Bonus Show
Is Muddy Waters the most influential blues artist on Classic Rock bands? 
I would argue he is. With Robert Johnson or  Chuck Berry a close second and third. 
Anyway, here's a special, online-only, show for our podcast friends.
Thank-you for your support and your ears. 

33. Eric Clapton / Hoochie Coochie Man 
34. Jimmy Rodgers / Blow Wind Blow (feat: Jeff Healey) 
35. Etta James / You Shook Me 
36. Charlie Musselwhite / I Got a Rich Man's Woman
37. Keb Mo / I Can't Be Satisfied 
38. Johnny Iguana / Down in the Bottom 
39. The Rolling Stones / I Just Wanna Make Love to You (Foghat)
40. Melvin Taylor / I Ain't Superstitious 
41. Ian Moore / Champagne & Reefer
42. Jimi Hendrix / Mannish Boy
43. Jeff Beck Group / You Shook Me 
44. Joe Bonamassa / Double Trouble 
45. Gary Moore / Someday Baby 
46. Humble Pie / I'm Ready 
47. Beth Hart / Whole Lotta Love
48. Albert Cumming / Mannish Boy