CD - Got the Blues So Bad - Theo “Boogieman” Dasbach
Boogie on down with Theo “Boogieman” Dasbach and his latest CD! Ten brand new songs written and performed by Theo D on keyboard, vocals and a specal drum session! Brad Webb plays an awsome electric and slide guitar. Cool harp by David “Hurricane” Nelson.
- I Got the Blues Y’all (4:14)
- Out Last Night (4:06)
- Let’s Boogie Some More (4:03)
- I Want It All (2:06)
- The Chicken is Dead (5:02)
- Blues So Bad (4:34)
- Blues So Bad (Dance) (3:31)
- Boogie Woogie Woman (3:44)
- Here We Go Again (3:34)
- My Car Won’t Start (2:33)
CD - Blue Boogie, Theo D “The Boogieman"
The Boogieman’s latest CD with all new original songs, featuring:
Binder Full of Blues, a "Muddy Waters" blues feel, inspired by politics.
It is Funny, slow blues with a lot of soul featuring Daddy RIch on harmonica
God Bless The USA, a blues hip-hop fusion from the movie Cheesehead Blues
Two Kinds of Blues, we are all get the blues one way or another
A Good Man is Hard to Find,a rocker with a bit Jerry Lee Lewis for all the women
Come on Down to Clarksdale, country song about Clarksdale,Mississippi
The Grass is Always Greener, a fast boogie woogie,a favorite at live performances
I Tried So Hard, up-tempo "metal" inspired featured in the film Cheesehead Blues
Good Looking Woman, sometimes very hard to find though
Brownsville Boogie, composed in honor of the Exit 56 Blues Fest
Blues for Mr.Tater, a dedication to the late blues musician Mr.Tater
CD - Dutch Delta Blues, Theo D “The Boogieman"
“DUTCH DELTA BLUES” is Theo second cd after his debut cd release ”Rockin and Bluesin” (Sold Out), and features the following songs:
Blues for Dennis, Theo’s blues for all our loved ones we’ve lost
Going To Clarksdale, a medium blues about moving to the Delta!
The Blues Knocked on my Door, uptempo and a happy blues song.
Howlin’, Theo’s tribute to Delta blues musician the late T-Model Ford.
Serve Your Country, dedicated to our soldiers fighting overseas!
She Sold Her Soul to the Devil, inspired by the crossroads & Robert Johnson.
Clarksdale Boogie,Theo’s signature boogie with a bit of Jerry Lee.
Leave My Money Alone, blues, organ & the text speaks for its self!
Down Without You, uptempo with Jerri (guitarist) going a bit heavy metal
Theo’s Boogie, an uptempo boogie featured on all Theo’s live gigs
CD - NEW UNOPENED - Tales of the Blues - a compliation of blues originals
Rollin Stone - Muddy Waters
Dust My Broom - Howlin Wolf
Don’t Start Me to Talkin’ - Sonny Boy Williamson II
Three Woman Blues - Memphis Slim
Rambler’s Blues - Lonnie Johnson
My Home is in the Delta - Otis Spann
Goin’ Back Home - Lightnin’ Hopkins
Third Degree Blues - Roosevelt Sykes
Chewin’ Mama Blues - Dinah Washington
Jazzbo Brown From Memphis Town - Bessie Smith
Stagger Lee (Live) - Mississippi John Hurt
Black, White and Brown (Live) - Big Bill Broonzy
CD - NEW UNOPENED - Breakin’ My Heart Blues - a compliation of heart breaking blues originals
Love In Vain - Robert Johnson
Roberta - Leadbelly
I Used to be Your Sweet Mama - Bessie Smith
Baby, What’s Wrong With You - Mississippi John Hurt
Baby, Please Don’t Go - Big Bill Broonzy
All or Nothin’ Blues - Dinah Washington
Don’t Go Baby - John Lee Hooker
Forty Days and Forty Nights - Muddy Waters
Little Low Woman Blues - Sonny Boy Williamson
Where Can You Be - Jimmy Reed
Just Let Me Be - Memphis Slim
Evil Ways - Otis Spann
DVD - Cheesehead Blues , Adventures Of A Dutchman In The Mississippi Delta (2015 Film Events, 86 minutes plus 50 minutes of bonus features)
Cheesehead Blues, a film by Jan Doense - This documentary is a day in the life of Theo Dasbach, a native of the Netherlands, who founded the Rock & Blues Museum in 1997 and moved it to Clarksdale, Mississippi in 2006. The film is about the revitalization of Clarksdale and features local business owners and musicians, who are keeping the blues alive in Clarksdale today, including the late T-Model Ford; the late Frank “Rat” Ratliff, owner of the historic Riverside Hotel, Red Paden, owner of Red’s Blues Club, Bill Luckett and Morgan Freeman, co-owners of the world famous Ground Zero Blues Club. The film gives you an in-your-face view of all of the music venues and businesses and performances by many artists, ranging from Watermelon Slim and Deak Harp, to Minnesota-based Davina And The Vagabonds, Selwyn Cooper from Louisiana, Liz Mandeville from Chicago and many local artists Super Chikan, Sean “Bad” Apple, Terry “Harmonica” Bean, Bill “Howl-n-Madd” Perry, Rosalind Wilcox, Theo "the Boogieman" Dasbach and others.