Chicken Legs Featuring Member Of Little Feat & Catfish Hodge Band - Warner Theater - Washington DC - November 18th 1980 - Wava FM - Flac) MP3/Flac

Catfish Hodge has been called an "American folk blues hero" and has been a mainstay on the American Blues music scene for three decades now! He has twenty four albums to his credit, comprised almost totally of original material. "Catfish Blues" and "Like A Big Dog Barkin’" on the Wildcat label, and "Eyewitness Blues" on Genes CD were released in 1994 and 1995. While growing up in Detroit, Hodge was sneaking into Motown Records Hitsville studio to catch the Four tops and the Supremes and grooving to R&B and Blues . He became a regular opener for Bonnie Raitt and Little Feat, who also started showing up on his recordings. When he formed the Chicken Legs Band in 1981, he was joined by Little Feat’s Paul Barrere, Richie Hayward, Kenny Gradney and Sam Clayton.[/b]

[b]Catfish Hodge [/b]
[b]Paul Barrere [/b]
[b]Kenny Gradney[/b]
[b]Sam Clayton [/b]
[b]Richie Hayward [/b]
[b]Mitch Collins [/b]
[b]Dixie C. Balin [/b]
[b]Pete Ragusa (On Old Folks Boogie) [/b]
[b]Jimmy Thackery (On Elmo's Blues)[/b]

[b]Chicken Legs[/b]
[b]01 - Holiday[/b]
[b]02 - Down Over The Border[/b]
[b]03 - I Got That Record Executive Blues Again[/b]
[b]04 - Drown In A Sea Of Love[/b]
[b]05 - Old Folks Boogie*[/b]
[b]06 - I Got a Mess of the Blues[/b]
[b]07 - A Apolitical Blues >[/b]
[b]08 - Boogie Man Blues >[/b]
[b]09 - A Apolitical Blues[/b]
[b]10 - Talking[/b]
[b]11 - High Roller[/b]
[b]12 - Stay All Night[/b]
[b]13 - Pump It Up[/b]
[b]14 - Band Intros[/b]
[b]15 - Elmo's Blues#[/b]
[b]16 - Down On The Farm[/b]
[b]Nighthawks (Opener)[/b]
[b]17 - Pretty Girls and Cadillacs[/b]
[b]18 - Little Sister[/b]
[b]19 - Tripe Face Boogie[/b]