viernes, 31 de diciembre de 2010

DVD - Mick Taylor Warsaw,Poland 1997

Warsaw,Poland 1997


The Paradise,Boston 1989

(pro - shot)
1-I Wonder Why
2-Boogie Man
3-You Shook Me

1-I Wonder Why
2-Laundromat Blues
3-Leather Jacket
4-Little Red Rooster
5-Red House
6-Goin'South / Band Introduction
7-Stranger In This Town/Boogie Man

Sonny Moorman Group - Live As Hell

Live As Hell

Butler County’s hard-working bluesman Sonny Moorman celebrates the next chapter of his career on Friday, Jan. 23, with the release of “Live as Hell,” a CD with 14 new recordings — live, of course.
Released by the Macon, Ga.,-based Atlas records, the set was co-produced by Moorman and noted producer-engineer-mixer Erwin Musper whose diverse credits include working with such artists as Van Halen, David Bowie, Elton John, Jeff Beck, Mick Jagger and Yngwie Malmsteen.
The recordings were originally made for a live DVD project, Moorman said, but securing the rights to the cover material proved too expensive and laborious, so Moorman chose a selection of the sessions’ material for this audio disc.
“I wanted a CD that would have songs we’ve never released before, but songs that go over well when we play live,” he said. “I didn’t want people saying that we’re just recycling songs that were on my previous albums.”
So he album contains a blend of blues and rock classics including “Key to the Highway,” “Rattlesnake Shake,” “Cincinnati Jail,” “Highway 61 Revisited,” “Wham” and “Oh Well.” “Even though they are cover tunes, they’re not things that have been done to death,” he said.
Fans may notice a lack of original material. But Moorman said that they took the original songs recorded at the sessions with the video and posted them on where fans can watch for free (see below).
Moorman was the runner-up at the 2007 International Blues Challenge in Memphis, Blues Festival Guides’s 2008 Blues Artist on the Rise and has garnered numerous other awards and accolades in recent years.

1 - Chitlins Con Carne
2 - Highway 61 Revisited
3 - Everybody's Blues
4 - Tired of Trying
5 - Whiter Shade Of Pale
6 - Wham
7 - If You Have To Know
8 - Cincinnati Jail
9 - Harlem Nocturne
10 - Key To The Highway
11 - Early In The Morning
12 - Rattlesnake Shake
13 - Green Manalishi
14 - Oh Well

jueves, 30 de diciembre de 2010

DVD - Chris Duarte / Luther Allison,Double Concert


Chris Duarte
Extrapat In Concert
Liederhalle Stuttgart,1995

Big Legged Woman
Catch The Next Line
My Way Down
People get Ready
Are You Experiences?

Luther Allison
Schosspark,Bad Kreznach 06 Mai 1995

Midnight Creeper
Bad Love
Middle Of The Road
In The Hood
Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is

R.J.Mischo - Knowledge You Can't Get in College

Knowledge You Can't Get in College

The Minneapolis-born R.J. Mischo – one of the current blues scenes finest harmonica practitioners – with a string of strong releases behind him, has come up trumps with his latest, “Knowledge You Can’t Get In College” – co-produced by Kid Andersen, who also features on guitar, as a member of a crack band. The songs being a mix of hand-picked covers and several Mischo originals. R.J. Mischo first came to prominence with a band featuring Teddy Morgan, he later recorded for the prestigious German label, CrossCut, and he eventually relocated to San Francisco where he became popular on the live scene – he now resides in Fayetteville, Arkansas – however this album was recorded back in California, at Greaseland in San Jose, in a mere two days! Apart from the afore-mentioned Kid Andersen, the rest of the band include the great Rusty Zinn sharing the guitar duties, Sid Morris (keyboards), and the rhythm section of Kedar Roy (upright and electric bass) and June Core (drums). Mischo’s superb harmonica work is on top form here, with his chromatic work being of the highest order, as evident on the opening road tale, “Two Hours From Tulsa”, a driving funky blues, also featuring the sparkling guitar work of Kid Andersen. The 14 tracks here span many different styles, all laced with R.J. Mischo’s dry humour and his passionate voice – from the jazzy chromatic-led shuffle, “Too Cool For School”, where Kedar Roy’s thumping bassline and some June Core’s drums standout, with tasty solo on organ from Sid Morris; the lengthy title cut, with Andersen showing his versatility by playing organ; and the jungle rumba of “Little Joe”, with Lisa Leu on backing vocals.
Rusty Zinn’s guitar growls on the tough “Ain’t Nothin’ New”, with Sid Morris’s tinkling ivories leading the charge on the rockin’ “Ruthie Lee”, from the pen of Roosevelt Sykes. Morris switches to organ on “Please Don’t Leave”, a Big Lucky Carter song, with an eerie echo on the vocal and standout solo from Zinn. Elsewhere “Teacher’s Pet” is a harmonica showcase for Mischo, a tour-de-force of styles in under three minutes, with plenty of space again given to the band for solos; “Rich Cat” is a marvellous swing number, with typical dry Mischo lyrics. The band get downhome on “Devil’s Love Sin/The Wrong Man”, penned by Walter Vinson and Mojo Buford, with Kid Andersen’s guitar on fire here. The cover of “Down To The Bottom” comes with ‘vinyl LP simulation’ as the cd cover puts it, advising listeners that there is nothing wrong with their sound system, with Sid Morris’s piano to the fore. This great album closes with a trip down to ‘N’Awlins’ for the late, great Snooks Eaglin’s “Mama Don’t Tear My Clothes”, complete with some really sweet harmonica, and another Zinn solo . . . perfection in just two minutes!
Heartily recommended not to just harmonica fans, but all lovers of honest, straight-forward blues . . . nuthin’ fancy, just great players who seem to be having a ball, and great songs!

R.J.MISCHO - Vocals and Harmonica
SID MORRIS - Piano,Organ
HANS BOSSE - Drums,Tambourine
LISA LEU - Vocal

01- Two Hours From Tulsa
02- Too Cool For School
03- Knowledge You Can't Get In College
04- Little Joe
05- Ain't Nothing New
06- Ruthie Lee
07- Please Don't Leave
08- Teacher's Pet
09- Big Plans
10- Don't Look Twice
11- Rich Cat
12- Devil's Love Sin
13- Down to the Bottom
14- Don't Tear My Clothes

miércoles, 29 de diciembre de 2010

DVD - Muddy Waters - Live At Chicago Fest,1981

Live At Chicago Fest

By 1981, Muddy Waters' musical legacy was cemented in stone in letters writ large by three decades of amazing music. Born McKinley Morganfield in the Mississippi Delta, Waters moved north to Chicago during the 1940s, where he proceeded to revolutionize the blues with an electric, urban edge. As a performer, musician, and bandleader who discovered talents like guitarist Jimmy Rogers and Little Walter Jacobs, Waters left an indelible imprint on the history of the blues. Invited to perform at the annual ChicagoFest outdoor festival in August 1981, Waters was the undisputed mack daddy of the city's blues scene. After a long dry spell during the 1960s and into the mid-70s, Winter had enjoyed a satisfying final chapter with a trio of fine albums produced by blues-rock guitarist Johnny Winter during the latter part of the decade. Still, he had no band until long-time friend and harmonica player Mojo Buford put one together specifically for this festival.
The concert performance begins with Waters' classic "Mannish Boy," the song's stomp-n-stammer beat losing none of its power through the years regardless of its familiarity. With Waters' best blues growl in front, the band grinds out its bragging, boasting rhythms as the elder bluesman jumps-n-jives across the stage. Muddy delivers a down-n-dirty reading of Big Joe Williams' rock-n-roller favorite, "Baby Please Don't Go." Combining gruff, soulful vocals with bandmember Mojo Buford's raging harpwork and a sturdy, shuffling beat, the performance transcends the song's blues roots in becoming a blues-rock standard.

1-Mannish Boy
2-You'Don't Have To Gi\o
3-Baby Please Don't Go
4-I M A King Bee
5-Trouble No More
6-They Call Me Muddy Waters
7-Walking Thru The Park
8-Going Down Slow
9-She's Ninetten Years Old
10-You've Got To Love Her With A Feeling
11-Five Long Years
12-Got My Mojo Working

Johnny B.Moore - Live At Blue Chicago

Live At Blue Chicago

Johnny B. Moore is steeped in the full and rich legacy of a delta bluesman. The biting aggression Muddy Waters, the powerful attacks reminiscent of Howlin' Wolf, slide guitar techniques such as he had-edged whine of Elmore James and the careful melodic drone of Robert Nighthawk are all embedded into Johnny B.'s style. It is a rare moment whenan actual Chicago blues club performance is captured on tape. Johnny B.'s Live At Blue Chicago will rank amongst the very best of them.

Johnny B. Moore - Vocals,Guitar
Ken Saydak - Keyboards
Baldhead Pete - Drums
Johnny B.Gayden - Bass
Bob Levis - Rhythm Guitar

With Guests
Melvina Allen - Vocal
Karen Carroll - Vocal
Willie Kent - Vocal

1-Rollin' and Tumblin'
2-Turn on Your Love Light
3-Same Thing
4-Sweet Little Angel
5-All My Whole Life
6-Back Door Friend
7-All of Your Love
8-Mean Mistreater
9-You Can't Lose What You Never Had
10-If You Don't Put Nothin' in It (Country Girl Returns)
11-Straight from the Shoulder
12-Boogie Chillen'

lunes, 27 de diciembre de 2010

DVD - Johnny Winter & Dr. John - Live Studio "In Sesion",1983

Live Studio "In Sessions"
Recorded November 23,1983

Johnny Winter - Guitar,Vocal
Dr.John - Piano,Vocal
Brian Russell - Gutar
John Paris - Bass,Harmonica
Terry Clark - Drums

1-A Right Place At The Wrong Time
2-Johnny Be Good
3-Junior Parker's Song
4-Talk To Your Daughter
5-You Lie Too Much
6-She Doesn't Mean Mistreated
8-Such aA Night

Johnny Winter - Live,Bootleg Series Vol.4

Live,Bootleg Series Vol.1

2-Okie Dokie Stomp
3-Looking For Trouble
4-Serious As A Heart Attack
5-Blue Mood
7-Ain't That Just Like a Woman
8-Shake That Money Maker
9-Mad Dog
10 Rollon'And Tumblin (Acustic)

domingo, 26 de diciembre de 2010

DVD - Roy Buchanan - Rockpalast 1985 & Austin TX 1977

Rockpalast Hamburg,Germany 1985
Austin City Limits Texas 1977

1-Thing In G
2-Green Onions
3-Roys Bluz
4-Walk Dont Run
5-Sweet dreams
6-Peter Gunn
7-Blues In D
8-Hey Joe
9-Foxy Lady
10-The Messlah will Come Again
11-Night train
12-Linda Lu
13-Wayfairing Pilgrin

1-Woman You Must Be Crazy
2-Roys Bluz
3-Hey Joe
4-Foxt Lady
5-The Messlah Will Come Again