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This week's playlist:

• You Can Have The Tail (3:01) by The Kilborn Alley Blues Band, from Better Off Now (2010); available from CDUniverse and iTunes. Visit KilbornAlley.com for more information.

• I Don't Understand (3:57) by Jennifer Marriott & Odd Sheep Out, from Baa Baa Blue Sheep (2008); available from CD Baby and iTunes. Visit JenniferMarriott.com for more information.

• Blues Party (5:04) by Charles "Big Daddy" Stallings, from Blues Party (2010); available from and iTunes. Visit for more information.

• Leaving Your Town (3:15) by Charlie Musselwhite, from Ace of Harps (1990); available from Alligator Records and iTunes. Visit CharlieMusselwhite.com for more information.

• Country Boy (4:11) by the Cash Box Kings, from I-94 Blues (2010); available from CD Baby and iTunes. Visit CashBoxKings.com, their Facebook page and their MySpace page for more information.

• Mm Hmm (3:23) by Peter Karp & Sue Foley, from He Said She Said (2010); available from Blind Pig Records and iTunes. Visit Blind Pig Records for more information.

• Big Big Love (4:45) by The Snake Charmers, from Been Gone Too Long (2008), available from CD Baby and the iTMS. Visit TheSnakeCharmers.net and The Snake Charmers' MySpace page for more information.

• Medford & Main (2:41) by Matthew Stubbs, from Medford & Main (2009); available from the store at his site and iTunes. Visit MatthewStubbs.net for more information.

• Ride a Painted Pony (3:06) by Eddie Turner, from Miracle & Demons (2010); available from Amazon and iTunes. Visit EddieDevilBoy.com for more information.

• Midlife Crisis Midnight Flight (3:05) by Smokin' Joe Kubek & Bnois King, from Have Blues, Will Travel (2010); available from Alligator Records and iTunes. Visit SmokinJoeKubek.com and this page at the Alligator Records site for more information.

Mentioned during this episode: Contributions for Robin Rogers can be sent to Robin Rogers c/o Piedmont Talent, PO Box 680006, Charlotte NC 28216; the Lincolnton (NC) Benefit for Robin Rogers.

The music you hear on Murphy's Saloon comes to you courtesy of the artists and their labels. In addition, one of the following fine organizations may have provided assistance as an intermediary: IODA PROMONET, AirplayDirect, RadioSubmit or Music Alley.