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beljum:
I stumbled on three epiodes of an online stream named "John Heneghan?s Old Time Radio Show"  that were entertaining. Don Kent is the guest and relates a few of his experiences as a record collector. The shows are interviews with records played. All music is acoustic and 78 RPM.


Don Kent ? Early Country Blues Records Pt.1
http://www.eastriverstringband.com/radioshow/?p=455

Don Kent ? Early Country Blues Records Pt.2
http://www.eastriverstringband.com/radioshow/?p=498

Don Kent ? Early Country Blues Records Pt. 3
http://www.eastriverstringband.com/radioshow/?p=526


bel

PS: Thanks much Uncle Bud. Good thinkin' moving this thread over to the Juke forum.

uncle bud:
John Heneghan has a bunch of those "old-time radio shows" - very entertaining. In addition to Don Kent, he's got a lot with R. Crumb, as well as Rich Nevins, Pat Conte, and shows that just spin records from his collection. You can download from his website http://www.eastriverstringband.com/radioshow/  or get them as podcasts on the iTunes store.

beljum:
Ran across this excellent site/stream out of Poland;

http://radioderf.info/
Select "Delta"

It still amazes me how far reaching the genre of country blues is. I used to enjoy checking out the listener map on the juke.

bel

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