viernes, 25 de marzo de 2011

DVD - Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown - In Cincert

Recorded November 9th 1995,Germany

The European music program Ohne Filter - Musik Pur prides itself on allowing performers from various genres to play the music that they are best known for. This video contains an appearance by gifted guitarist Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown. Songs performed during the show include "Take the A-Train", "Mojo Workin", "Bits and Pieces", and "Early in the Morning"

1. Bits and Pieces
2. There You Are
3. Early in the Morning
4. Take the "A" Train
5. Long Way Home
6. Honky Tonk
7. C Jam Blues
8. Stop Time
9. Born in Louisiana
10. Mojo Workin'

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miércoles, 23 de marzo de 2011

DVD - Mick Taylor & His British Allstar Band - Bern 2009

& His British Allstar Band
Muhle Hunziken,13 March 2009

1-Late At Night
3-Burying Ground
4-You Gotta Move
5-Goin South
7-People Get Ready
8-No Expectations
Can't You Hear Me Knocking?

Kirk Fletcher - Shades of Blue


Kirk "Eli" Fletcher is young African American man from Los Angeles who has embraced and thoroughly immersed himself in the music of his parents and grandparents: the electric blues sounds of the '50s and '60s. In an age when his contemporaries are immers.Classic electric Chicago, Delta, and West Coast blues played with passion and fire by one of the best blues guitarists in the business, with a little help from some high-profile friends. ”

Kirk Fletcher - Guitar
Finis Tasby,Janvia Magness - Vocals
Kenny Sara,Richard Innes - Drums
Kim Wilson - Vocals,Harmonica
Red Young - Piano,Organ

01. Blues For Boo Boo
02. Bad Boy
03. Welfare Blues
04. Don't Go No Further
05. Club Zanzibar [Instr]
06. That's Why I'm Cryin'
07. Worried Man Blues
08. Country Girl
09. Down Home Woman
10. Stranded In St. Louis
11. Little By Little
12. My Home Is A Prison
13. A River's Invitation
14. Hip Hug Her [Instr]
15. You Don't Know
16. Club Zanzibar
17. Don't Go No Further

lunes, 21 de marzo de 2011

sábado, 19 de marzo de 2011

DVD - Popa Chubby The Official DVD


The DVD made and produced by Popa Chubby. One hour and forty five minutes including images of recent gigs (from all over the world including France, Switzerland, Germany, Holland and New York City), backstage footages, interviews, five videos, The Black Coffee Blues Band live in New York and some nice DVD's extras selected especially for you (i.e the making of of a video, Popa's full discography and productions, 18 pages of biography, photo gallery including original and amazing pictures

The Players Are:

Popa Chubby - Guitar
Mike Lattrell - Keyboards
Kris Jefferson - Bass
Tom Curiano - Drums
Larry Crockett - Drums

Black Coffee Features:

Galea - Bass
Arthur Neilson - Guitar
Dimitri - Drums
Popa Chubby - Guitar


01-I Just Want To Make Love To You (Wilie Dixon/Intro)
02-No Comfort (Ted Horowitz)
03-It's A Sad Day In New York City When There Ain't No Room For The Blues
04-Caffeine & Nicotine (Ted Horowitz/Live in New York City)
05-Popa Chubby Drum Solo
06-Daddy Played The Guitar And Mama Was A Disco Queen (Ted Horowitz)
07-Freddie Shuffle (Ted Horowitz)
08-Slow Blues (Ted Horowitz)
09-New York City Blues (Ted Horowitz)
10-Lo Han Sway (Ted Horowitz)
11-How'd A White Boy Gets The Blues? (Ted Horowitz)
12-Wild Thing (Chip Taylor)
13-Purple Haze (Jimi Hendrix) Medley


01-Daddy Played The Guitar And Mama Was A Disco Queen (Ted Horowitz)
02-And The Beat Goes On (Sonny Bono)
03-Somebody Let The Devil Out (Ted Horowitz)
04-I Can't See The Light Of Day (Ted Horowitz)
05-I'll Be There For You (Ted Horowitz)

Eddie Boyd - The Complete Blue Horizon Sessions


Chicago blues pianist Eddie Boyd only released one album for Mike Vernon's Blue Horizon label (7936 South Rhodes), so in addition to those 12 tracks, this reissue scrapes together another four rarities from around the same period (1967-1968) and two from 1960 to expand the song listing to 18. The bulk of this recording was laid down in a single day, a situation that kept the energy flowing in the studio. This was producer Vernon's second session with Boyd -- two leftover tunes from his 1967 Decca album open the disc -- so he was acquainted with the bluesman's method of working. The project was originally credited to Eddie Boyd with Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac, and indeed three quarters of that band (Green, Fleetwood, and McVie) provide backing duties for the majority of these tracks. The Mac, which had started to experience their first shot of stardom in the U.K., are in typically fine form with Green's slashing, quicksilver leads a particular treat. There are also vocal similarities between Green (who doesn't sing here) and Boyd, showing that this session was a two-way street. The pianist sounds relaxed and comfortable, especially considering the rushed atmosphere in which the recording was held. While there is nothing as classic as "Five Long Years," there is plenty of quality music as the Mac push Boyd to spirited performances of straight Chicago blues. But arguably the most attractive aspect of this single-disc compilation is not audible. Vernon's extensive, detailed, and captivating liner notes, laid out over 11 pages of small type, explain how the sessions came about, and more specifically Boyd's history and status in the blues world. They are beautifully written, as Vernon shows himself to not only be a fan and friend of Boyd, but someone who understood his importance as a blues artist. Die-hard Eddie Boyd fans who already own the majority of this material (two previously unreleased tracks from 1960 close the disc and four others were only available on hard to find singles) will need this just for Vernon's story. The sound has also been cleaned up, which brings Green's guitar and Boyd's voice even further into the spotlight on this terrific set. ~ Hal Horowitz
Born in Mississippi in 1914, the blues pianist Eddie Boyd's career spanned several decades and labels, and included working and touring with various artists. This collection includes all Eddie's recordings for the Blue Horizon label, including two previously unreleased tracks.

01-It's So Miserable To Be Alone
02-Empty Arms
03-You Got To Reap
04-Just The Blues
05-She's Real
06-Back Slack
07-Be Careful
08-Ten To One
09-The Blues Is Here To Stay
10-You Are My Love
11-Third Degree
12-Thank You Baby
13-She's Gone
14-(I Can't Stop) Loving You
15-The Big Boat
16-Sent For You Yesterday And Here You Come Today
17-The Stroller
18-No Place Like Home

Scott Ellison - Don't Push Your Luck (2011)


Scott caught the music bug at an early age-February 13,1964 to be exact-and just like every other nine year old who was watching the Beatles on Ed Sullivan that night, he fell in love with the guitar. During the 70s Scott's home town of Tulsa was a hot bed of musical talent. Eric Clapton and Freddie King's bands were both based in Tulsa as was Leon Russel's Shelter Records. Influenced and electrified by the British Invasion bands, moved by the sounds of Motown, and touched by the soulfulness of the Rhythm and Blues music coming out of Memphis, it wasn't long before Scott started his own band. In 1977 he began touring with Jessica James (Conway Twitty's daughter) and by 1981 "Gatemouth" Brown had plucked up this emerging, energetic guitar player to play Rhythm. Ellison became acclimated to this life of a musician on the road and found that he loved it.

1-Don't Push Your Luck
2-I'm Ready Baby
3-Down Down Baby
4-Little Sweet Thang
5-Jesus Loves Me (Baby Why Don't You)