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Adrian Cox in Session

Clarinettist Adrian Cox plays some live music and chats to Cerys about all things blues.

Clarinettist Adrian Cox plays some live music and chats to Cerys about all things blues. Known for his work with the Kansas Smitty's House Band among others, Adrian has a strong love of the music and is accompanied in session by guitar and double bass.

Plus, Cerys digs into her collection to play blues of all hues. From cutting edge contemporary sounds to scratchy old vinyl from the past, whether it's from Memphis, Mali, or Manchester, no stone is left unturned in the search for the best of the blues.

57 minutes

Music Played

  • Stephen Stills & Al Kooper

    It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry

    • Super Session.
    • Sony Music Entertainment UK Ltd.
  • Jessie Mae Hemphill

    Streamline Train

    • Feelin' Good.
    • HMG/ High Water Recording Company.
  • The Blues Band

    Even Better

    • The Rooster Crowed.
    • Repertoire Records.
    • 12.
  • The Gutter Twins

    St. James Infirmary

    • Adorata.
    • Sub Pop Records.
  • Eric Clapton

    San Francisco Bay Blues

    • Unplugged.
  • In Session

    • Adrian Cox

      Born Blind (Radio 2 Session, 2nd July 2018)

    • Adrian Cox

      Burgundy Street Blues (Radio 2 Session, 2nd July 2018)

  • Little Walter & Willie Dixon

    It's Too Late Brother

    • 100 Blues Harmonica Classics.
    • Classic Music International.
  • Bobby “Blue” Bland


    • The Soulful Sound of Bobby Bland: Ask Me 'Bout Nothing (But the Blues).
    • Half Moon.
  • Songhoy Blues


    • Africa Express Presents Maison Des Jeunes.
    • Transgressive Records.
  • Gwenifer Raymond

    Bleeding Finger Blues

    • Deep Sea Diver / Bleeding Finger Blues.
    • Tompkins Square.
  • Lou Johnson

    Frisco Here I Come

    • Frisco Here I Come/ Who Am I.
    • Volt.
  • Roy Buchanan

    You Can't Judge A Book By The Cover

    • Alligator Records 40th Anniversary Collection.
    • Alligator Records.