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Little Joe Washington
The Unlikely Renaissance Of Little Joe Washington
By Roger Wood
The story of the untamed wildness of a unique bluesman. Little Joe Washington1s journey from being Albert Collins1 drummer, to playing in Juarez, Mexico, to recording in California, to being homeless on the streets of Houston before finally ending up back on stage playing the blues.

Earl Gilliam
Livin' At The Doghouse
By Roger Wood
Keyboardist and proprietor of Tomball, Texas1 local hangout, the Doghouse, tells of his life in the Houston blues scene.

I.J. Gosey
Master Guitarist
By Roger Wood
Houston guitar legend talks of his days with Duke/Peacock Records and working in the contemporary scene.

Diunna Greennleaf
Rising Star
By Roger Wood
A bright, new voice in the Houston blues scene.

Tutu Jones
Getting Down In The Flush!
By Edwin Gallaher
A Dallas blues player gets back on track.

A Tribute To Little Milton
Compiled by Mark Camarigg and Mark Coltrane

Record Reviews‹
New CDs from Floyd Dixon, Otis Taylor, Johnny Rawls, and Big George Brock. Reissues from B.B. King, Taj Mahal, and Johnny "Guitar" Watson.

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