The Black Keys & The Soul Rebels


May 1st, 2013 ~ We're sitting down this week with two bands who make their hometowns proud. The Black Keys, Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney, from Akron, Ohio, have roots in the blues and rock but construct a sound all their own. We chat with them backstage at a performance in the Crescent City. Then New Orleans brass band innovators the Soul Rebels talk about bringing the sounds of the streets to clubs around the world.

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Hour One   Hour Two  
  • Open Bed: Ten Cent Pistol The Black Keys
    Brothers, Nonesuch
  • Lonesome Train (On a Lonesome Track) Johnny Burnette & Rock n Roll Trio
    Johnny Burnette Trio: Rockabilly Boogie, Bear Family
  • Two Trains Runnin' James Cotton
    Deep in the Blues, Verve
  • Clear Spot Captain Beefheart & the Magic Band
    Clear Spot, Warner Brothers
  • Sugar Farm T-Model Ford
    Pee-Wee Get My Gun, Fat Possum
  • Instrumental: Fatback Link Wray
    The Roots of the Cramps, Garage Masters
  • Old Black Mattie Junior Kimbrough
    Sad Days, Lonely Nights, Fat Possum
  • (You're So Square) Baby Don't Care Buddy Holly
    The Buddy Holly Collection, MCA
  • Dearest The Black Keys
    Rave On: Songs of the Buddy Holly, MPL Communications
  • SEGMENT: The Black Keys
  • Instrumental: Act Nice and Gentle The Black Keys
    Rubber Factory, Fat Possum
  • Drive My Car The Beatles
    Rubber Soul, Capitol
  • I Want to Be Your Driver Chuck Berry
    The Great Twenty-Eight, MCA
  • Hang On St. Christopher Tom Waits
    Beautiful Maladies, Island
  • Dayton, Ohio 1903 Randy Newman
    Sail Away, Reprise
  • Small Town Talk Bobby Charles
    Bobby Charles, Bearsville
  • Detroit City Arthur Alexander
    From Where I Stand: The Black Experience in Country Music, Warner Brothers
  • End Bed: Tipitina Allen Toussaint
    American Routes original recording,
  • Open Bed: Say Na Hey Soul Rebels
    Unlock Your Mind, Rounder
  • I Gotta Right to Sing the Blues Louis Armstrong
    Greatest Hits, RCA
  • Bluer Than Blue Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys
    Legends of Country Music: Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys, Columbia
  • Tu Peut Cogner Lost Bayou Ramblers
    PIlette Breakdown, Swallow
  • Keep A-Knockin' (But You Can’t Come In) Louis Jordan
    Let the Good Times Roll, Bear Family
  • I Hear You Knocking Smiley Lewis
    The Cosimo Matassa Story, Proper
  • Offbeat Personality Jason Marsalis
    Music Update, Elm
  • Instrumental: Basin Street Blues Henry Butler
    American Routes original recording,
  • Basin Street Blues Ray Charles
    The Genius Hits the Road, Rhino
  • Old Kidney Stew Is Fine Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson
    Old Kidney Stew Is Fine, Delmark
  • Feel So Good Cookie and the Cupcakes
    Kings of Swamp Pop, Ace
  • Better Things Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings
    I Learned the Hard Way, Daptone
  • Show Me Joe Tex
    The Love You Save/ I've Got to Do a Little Bit Better, Connoisseur
  • Instrumental: Olde Wine Alvin 'Red' Tyler and AFO Executives
    Gumbo Stew: New Orleans R&B, Ace
  • SEGMENT: The Soul Rebels
  • Everybody's a Star Sly and the Family Stone
    Anthology, CBS
  • Under the Sun, Moon and Stars Jimmy Cliff
    Unlimited, Trojan
  • End Bed: Soul Limbo Booker T. Jones
    Soul Limbo, Stax