14 in '14: St. Louis Blues Society 2014 Compilation
Label: St. Louis Blues Society
Produced by: Jeremy Segel-Moss
The St. Louis Blues Society is proud to present 14 in ‘14 – a collection of 14 original songs by St. Louis musicians performing in 2014. This is a sample of contemporary St. Louis musicians who represent a wide range of blues in both style and performance and can be seen performing nightly around the city.
While this CD is not comprehensive—it would be impossible to include every St. Louis act on one CD—it is a good sampling of what is happening on the St. Louis scene. We hope that if one of the artist on the CD piques your interest, you choose to go see them live, purchase one of their full-length CDs and spread the word about the outstanding talent in St. Louis.
Midnight Blue – Arthur Williams
I’m 80 Years Old (I’m Worried About It) – Big George Brock
Knocking Boots – Eugene Johnson & Co.
Little Woman of Mine – Al Holliday
It Don’t Matter – Soulard Blues Band
Mojo Syndrome – Rough Grooves
Made Myself Lonesome – Brian Curran
Caught in the Act – Bob “Bumble Bee” Kamoske
Bucket Heat – Ground Floor Band
Usual Suspects – Miss Molly Sims
Who Do – Hudson and the Hoodoo Cats
Black and Blue – Jeremiah Johnson
South Broadway Blues – Bottoms Up Blues Gang
The Devil’s Taxi – Funky Butt Brass Band