John The Revelator – Seven [Blue] Seas (1999)

 

Release Date: January 11, 1999
Genre:Blues, Blues-Rock,
Label: Tamalone Records
Netherlands

 

In the mid 60’s bassman Tom Huissen lived in London at the time that the blues scene there exploded.He became pals with Peter Green and witnessed the first rehearsals of Pete’s then new band Fleetwood Mac.Immediately after returning in Holland Tom started to form a blues band modelled after Fleetwood Mac. John the Revelator (after a song by the late great Son House) took off immediately and extensively started gigging the Dutch and European blues circuits that were thriving at the time.This album from 1999 was made (in too much of a hurry) to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Cafe The Seven Blue Seas in Velsen Noord.

Line up:

Sjoerd Bosma: piano, organ, saxophone, acoustic guitar, vocals
Paul Dammers: slide & rhythm guitar
Cor Dijkhuizen: drums
Tom Huissen: lead vocals, bass guitar
Frans ten Kleij: lead & rhythm guitar, harmonica

 

01 – Shake Your Moneymaker 03:08
02 – I’ve Got To Be With You Tonite 05:05
03 – Little Snake Drive 03:44
04 – Goin’ Down 06:04
05 – It Hurts Me Too 04:51
06 – Jumpin’ At Shadows 04:01
07 – Seven Blue Seas 09:29
08 – Brown Eyed Handsome Man 02:22

 

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Delaney & Bonnie & Friends – On Tour with Eric Clapton (2010 Deluxe)

 

Release Date: April 07, 1970
Genre: Blues, Blues Rock, Classic Rock, Folk, Country-Rock
Label: Rhino Handmade
USA

Delaney and Bonnie Bramlett assembled an all-star group of « friends » in 1969 for a weeklong tour of England, a legendary excursion that would produce On Tour With Eric Clapton, one of rock’s most powerful and enduring live albums. Clocking in at a mere 40 minutes, the original left fans wanting more for decades. THE WAIT IS OVER – Rhino Handmade delivers with a four-disc deluxe reissue expanded with more than three hours of unreleased roof-raising, hickory-smoked rock ‘n’ soul.

Line up:

Delaney Bramlett – rhythm guitar, vocals, producer
Bonnie Bramlett – vocals
Eric Clapton – lead guitar
Dave Mason – guitar
Carl Radle – bass
Jim Gordon – drums
Bobby Whitlock – organ, vocals
Jim Price – trumpet, trombone
Bobby Keys – saxophone
Tex Johnson – conga, bongo
Rita Coolidge – vocals

Disc 1 – London’s Royal Albert Hall 12.1.69

1. Intro / Tuning (00:41)
2. Opening Jam (04:48)
3. Gimme Some Lovin’ (03:49)
4. Band Introductions (01:36)
5. Only You Know And I Know (04:35)
6. Medley: Poor Elijah / Tribute To Johnson (05:18)
7. Get Ourselves Together (03:01)
8. I Don’t Know Why (04:51)
9. Where’s There’s A Will, There’s A Way (04:29)
10. That’s What My Man Is For (03:43)
11. Medley: Pour Your Love On Me / Just Plain Beautiful (09:16)
12. Everybody Loves A Winner (04:48)
13. Things Get Better (04:02)
14. Coming Home (04:48)
15. I Don’t Want To Discuss It (05:19)
16. Little Richard Medley: Tutti Frutti / The Girl Can’t Help It / Long Tall Sally / Jenny Jenny (07:31)
17. My Baby Specializes (04:18)

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Disc 2 – Colston Hall In Bristol 12.2.69

1. Intro / Tuning (00:38)
2. Opening Jam (04:39)
3. Gimme Some Lovin’ (03:51)
4. Things Get Better (03:32)
5. Medley: Poor Elijah / Tribute To Johnson (05:17)
6. I Don’t Know Why (05:11)
7. Medley: Pour Your Love On Me / Just Plain Beautiful (08:41)
8. Where There’s A Will, There’s A Way (04:12)
9. Coming Home (04:49)
10. Little Richard Medley: Tutti Frutti / The Girl Can’t Help It / Long Tall Sally / Jenny Jenny (06:29)
11. I Don’t Want To Discuss It (05:52)
12. Crowd / Announcement (02:55)

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Disc 3 – Fairfield Halls In Croydon 12.7.69 (Early Show)

This disc3 live album, cut at Croydon late in 1969, is not only the peak of Delaney & Bonnie’s output, but also the nexus in the recording and performing careers of Eric Clapton and George Harrison.

1. Intro / Tuning (00:50)
2. Gimme Some Lovin’ (03:55)
3. Introduction (00:44)
4. Things Get Better (04:27)
5. Medley: Poor Elijah / Tribute To Johnson (06:28)
6. I Don’t Know Why (05:09)
7. Where There’s A Will, There’s A Way (05:02)
8. That’s What My Man Is For (04:46)
9. I Don’t Want To Discuss It (04:36)
10. Coming Home (07:51)

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Disc 4 – Fairfield Halls In Croydon 12.7.69 (Late Show)

1. Intro / Tuning (01:24)
2. Gimme Some Lovin’ (04:20)
3. Pigmy (08:51)
4. Introductions (01:30)
5. Things Get Better (04:38)
6. Medley: Poor Elijah / Tribute To Johnson (05:11)
7. Only You Know And I Know (05:07)
8. Will The Circle Be Unbroken (03:11)
9. Where There’s A Will, There’s A Way (04:50)
10. I Don’t Know Why (05:10)
11. That’s What My Man Is For (04:30)
12. Coming Home (06:04)
13. Little Richard Medley: Tutti Frutti
i / The Girl Can’t Help It / Long Tall Sally / Jenny Jenny (06:17)

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The Chris Aaron Band – Freedom 5 Miles (1999)

 

Release Date: August 1, 1999
Genre: Blues, Blues Rock
Label:Hardknock Records
USA

 

« Freedom 5 Miles », the second studio disc by excellent blues/rock guitarist CHRIS AARON features 12 songs (58 minutes) of outstanding, amazingly solid blues/rock riffage that is way beyond the norm.Excellently recorded with a top-shelf production, the CHRIS AARON BAND have delivered a blues/rock masterpiece of classic proportions, a dynamic, diverse, mature blues/rock heavy guitar disc full of depth, soul and blues power.This disc really delivers the blues/rock « goods » in mighty fine fashion and will stand the test of time forever. This is a darn good recording for those who like Stevie Ray Vaughn type music…

Line up:

Chris Aaron – Lead guitar
Corey Sterling – Lead Vocals
Matt Miller – Bass
Bill Lordan – Drums
Adam Henry(Berzowski) – Keyboards

 

01. Blue Highway
02. Pick Em Up Truck
03. Heaven Help Me
04. Born With the Blues
05. Sweet Redemption
06. Falsely Accused Felony Blues
07. Rain Dance
08. Shake Your Soul
09. She Gone
10. Drunk On You
11. Soul Searching
12. Abigail

 

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The Derek Trucks Band – Already Free (2009)

 

Release Date: January 13, 2009
Genre: Blues, Blues Rock, Modern Electric Blues, Jam Rock, Southern Rock
Label: Victor Records
USA

 

Already Free is the ninth studio album by The Derek Trucks Band. For 12 years, the Derek Trucks Band have been issuing records (live and studio) that are long on fire, improvisation, and inspiration. Trucks’ own skillful leadership has seamlessly melded rock, blues, jazz, and Eastern Indian modal music in a brew that is uniquely his own. Already Free is not only an excellent entry in the Trucks catalog; it’s a stone killer.

Line up:

Doyle Bramhall II: Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar, Vocals, Vocals (bckgr),
Kofi Burbridge: Piano, Organ (Hammond), Vocals, Clavinet, Wurlitzer, Moog Bass,
Oteil Burbridge: Bass
Paul Garrett: Trumpet
Tyler Greenwell: Percussion, Drums
Mace Hibbard: Sax (Tenor)
Kevin Hyde: Trombone
Eric Krasno: Guitar
Mike Mattison: Guitar (Acoustic), Vocals, Vocals (bckgr),
Count Mbutu: Percussion, Vocals,
Ted Pecchio: Bass
Yonrico Scott: Percussion, Drums, Vocals,
Todd Smallie: Bass, Vocals,
Susan Tedeschi: Vocals
Derek Trucks: Guitar (Acoustic), Bass, Guitar, Drums, Guitar (Electric), Vocals,
Duane Trucks – Percussion

 


1. Down In The Flood (5:02)
2. Something To Make You Happy (5:01)
3. Maybe This Time (5:03)
4. Sweet Inspiration (4:38)
5. Don’t Miss Me (4:16)
6. Get What You Deserve (3:36)
7. Our Love (5:18)
8. Down Don’t Bother Me (5:07)
9. Days Is Almost Gone (5:13)
10. Back Where I Started (4:20)
11. I Know (4:45)
12. Already Free (2:46)

 

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John The Revelator – Bluesproof (1988)

 

Release Date:December 31, 1988
Genre:Blues, Blues Rock
Label: Universe Productions (physical album is no longer available)
Netherlands

 

Early in 1969 the band adopted the name “John the Revelator” after the A Capella blues traditional by the great Son House.John the Revelator took off immediately and extensively started gigging the Dutch and European blues circuits that were thriving at the time.In 2018 this blues band from Holland will celebrate its 50th anniversary!The band has played all over Europe and also toured Australia.
This CD contains highlights from gigs and jams over the first two decades (1969-1989).Two songs recorded at the Bunker studio in IJmuiden in 1989, are exclusive for this CD:’ It ain´t that I don´t love you’ and ‘ End game’ .

Line up:

Hans Kol: vocals
Erwin Aubroeck: keyboards
Cor Dijkhuizen: drums
Tom Huissen: bass
Frans ten Kleij: guitar

01 – Revelator Blues Intro [00:01:18]
02 – The Journey [00:04:14]
03 – Just A Little Bit [00:02:16]
04 – Worried Dreams [00:10:37]
05 – Holdin’ On To The Sky [00:02:59]
06 – It Ain’t That I Don’t Love You [00:05:11]
07 – End Game [00:05:03]
08 – Memories [00:05:29]
09 – Baby Please [00:03:02]
10 – Change My Life [00:04:44]
11 – Double Trouble [00:06:55]
12 – Revelator Blues Outro [00:00:52]
13 – Can’t Stop Lovin’ My Baby [00:03:30]
14 – Can’t Hold Out [00:05:21]
15 – I Held My Baby Last Night [00:08:34]

 

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John Lee Hooker – On Campus (1964)

 

Original Release Date: 1964
Remastered Release Reissue: 2000
Genre: Blues, Country Blues, Electric Blues, Delta Blues
Label: Vee-Jay/Collectables
USA

 

Vee Jay’s 1964 album John Lee Hooker on Campus is titled to sound like a live recording but it isn’t. As part of the Collectables Vee Jay reissue campaign, these 12 tracks originally tried to capitalize on Hooker’s emergence on the coffeehouse/college tours he was involved in at the time. This is an electric album that contains excellent material from Hooker, even though the occasional background singers get in the way, attempting to modernize his gritty blues with a smoother soul sound.

Line up:

Recorded in Chicago 1963 (two sessions)
first session featuring only Hooker´s guitar plus drums*
– second session with accomp. similar to above
incl. poss. Memphis Slim,pno
and possibly Martha Reeves & the Vandellas,vocals

 

2nd session

01. I’m Leaving [second session, no reeds, no grp] (02:12)
02. Love Is A Burning Thing (02:39)
03. Birmingham Blues [no vcl group] (02:54)
04. I Want To Shout (02:25)
05. Don’t Look Back (02:56)
06. I Want To Hug You (02:41)

1st session

07. Poor Me (03:11)
08. I Want To Ramble (02:29)*
09. Half A Stranger (04:24)*
10. My Grinding Mill (03:11)*
11. Bottle Up And Go (02:25)*
12. One Way Ticket (03:27)*

 

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Otis Rush – Any Place I’m Going (1998)

 

Release Date: August 11, 1998
Genre: Blues, Electric Chicago Blues
Label: House Of Blues
USA

 

Like fellow hot-shot Chicago blues guitarist Buddy Guy, Otis Rush has slowly made a comeback in the ’90s after influencing musicians from Eric Clapton and Peter Green to Led Zeppelin.This album on the House of Blues label is a bit smoother and more slickly produced than Rush’s classic, rough-edged Chess recordings, but there’s still plenty here to like. With a solid horn section backing him on most cuts, Rush gets ample room to show off his razor-sharp guitar chops. And his distinctive, emotionally charged voice remains a true blues treasure. Squeezing off vibrato-filled chords, it’s easy to hear how his style found its way into Slowhand’s bluesier moments. In addition to his own no-nonsense originals, Rush draws on some familiar tunes from classic soul and blues performers like Marvin Gaye, Sam Cooke, Nappy Brown, and Little Milton.

Line up:

Otis Rush: vocals, guitar
Lestes Snell: piano, organ
Thomas Bingham: rhythm guitar
Leroy Hodges: bass
Steve Potts: drums
James Mitchell: baritone sax
Scott Thompson: trumpet
Jim Spikes: tenor sax
Jack Hale: trombone

 

01. You Fired Yourself
02. Keep On Loving Me Baby
03. Part Time Love
04. I Got The Blues
05. The Right Time
06. Looking Back
07. Any Place I’m Going
08. Laughin’ And Clowin’
09. Pride and Joy
10. Have You Ever Had The Blues
11. Walking the Back Streets and Crying

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John the Revelator & Friends – Looking Back (2013)

 

Release Date: October 24, 2013
Genre: Blues, Blues-Rock
Label: Pop Bunker Studio
Netherlands

 

Live recording 23rd of March 2013 at the Thalia Theatre IJmuiden, Holland. Two hours concert, great sound!  This is  John the Revelator’s gig in the ever fabulous Thalia theatre, IJmuiden, they moved to the dim and distant past of the late sixties and early seventies.

Line up:

Erwin Aubroeck: lead vocals, piano, Hammond organ, synthesizers, magic sounds
Paul Dammers: slide-, rhythm- and acoustic guitar
Cor Dijkhuizen: drums
Tom Huissen: lead vocals, bass guitar
Frans ten Kleij: lead- and rhythm guitar, harmonica

Guests:

Henk Schippers: lead-, rhythm-, acoustic – and slide guitar
Bert Baars: tenor saxophone
Jolanda van Zeelt: backing vocals
Hetty Koopman: backing vocals
Dinah Licumahuwa: backing vocals
Special guest appearance:
Jacques Kloes: lead vocals (*)

 

01 White room 05:43
02 Loving kind 02:45
03 My dream 03:28
04 Without you 07:13
05 Tell the truth 06:01
06 Presence of the Lord 05:15
07 On the turning away 07:10
08 Got to move 03:38
09 Sweet Virginia 05:13
10 Crossroads 05:29
11 Black magic woman 08:14
12 One shot away 03:53
13 Stormy Monday 07:37
14 Maydell 04:42
15 Can’t find my way home 05:02
16 Had to cry today 05:48
17 Dear Mr. Fantasy 07:11
18 Shine on you crazy diamond 13:59
19 Substitute 03:54

 

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John the Revelator feat. The Alabama Horns & Frank Kraaijeveld – Bluestrain to Thalia (2012)

 

Release Date: May 8, 2012
Genre: Blues, Blues-Rock
Label: Bunker Studio IJmuiden
Netherlands

 

Live soundboard recording from the concert ‘Addicted to Greeny’ held at the Thalia Theatre, 24th of March 2012

Line up:

Cor Dijkhuizen: drums & percussion
Tom Huissen: vocals & bass guitar
Frans ten Kleij: lead & rhythm guitar

 

01 Worried dreams 12:24
02 Talk to me baby 08:19
03 Rattlesnake shake 04:15
04 Fighting for Madge 04:00
05 Jenny, Jenny 04:48

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John the Revelator – The Tamalone Blues Tapes (1996)

 

Release Date: May 1, 1996
Genre: Blues, Blues-Rock
Label: Tamalone Records
Netherlands (Harlem)

 

John the Revelator: 40 years of ramblin’, stringbending, slidin’ and wailing. After 27 years on the road John the Revelator finally recorded in 1996 a long overdue live album. Early in 1969 the band adopted the name “John the Revelator” after the A Capella blues traditional by the great Son House.John the Revelator took off immediately and extensively started gigging the Dutch and European blues circuits that were thriving at the time. In 1997 a long overdue live album named “The Tamalone Bluestapes” was released.This album without any overdubs whatsoever contained most of the songs that proved to be live favourites over the years and perfectly reproduces the sweaty stompin’ blues drive typical for a Revelator gig.The album, which came with a bonus CD, was very succesful and sold out almost immediately after release. But now you can download the songs, inlay and complete booklet.In recent years John the Revelator has jammed with Peter Green, Snowy White,Chris Farlowe and a bunch of legendary Dutch blues guys some of which are featured on the album “Down in the Mud”.

Line up:

Cor Dijkhuizen: drums & percussion
Paul Dammers: slide & rhythm guitar
Sjoerd Bosma: keyboards & tenor saxophone, vocals, voice-over on « Cahow »
Tom Huissen: bass & vocals
Frans ten Kleij: lead & rhythm guitar, harmonica
Mississippi Twins: backing vocals
(Hetty Koopman & Jolanda van Bezooijen)

 

01 Crossroads 04:41
02 Fool no more 12:07
03 Happy home 03:51
04 Yonder come the blues 05:32
05 Black cat moan 07:22
06 Pretty woman 10:09
07 Pack, fair & square 05:17
08 Worried dreams 10:17
09 Talk to me baby 09:02
10 Cahow (bonus CD) 08:02
11 Got to move (bonus CD) 03:48
12 Willie & the handjive (bonus CD) 03:47
13 Tamaloner (bonus CD) 03:18

 

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Vinegar Joe – Vinegar Joe (1972)

 

 

Original Release Date: 1972
Remastered Release Date: September 23, 2008
Genre: Blues, Classic Rock, Boogie Rock, Blues Rock
Label: Island Records/Lemon Rcds
UK

 

Vinegar Joe might very easily have been Island Records’ answer to the Allman Bros. or Wet Willie. A sextet formed out of a busted big-band rock outfit called Dada, they were brought together at the suggestion of Island founder Chris Blackwell. The album was originally released in 1972 on Island Records. The CD booklet features sleeve notes and UK discography, including images of the three albums that the band released before their split in 1973. Their live shows were well reviewed and attracted significant audiences in England, but this was never reflected in their record sales.

Line up:

Elkie* Brooks (vocals),
Robert Palmer (vocals, guitar),
Pete Gage (guitars, piano),
Steve York (bass, harmonica)
Conrad Isidore, Keef Hartley (drums)
Dave Thompson (keyboards)

Additional musicians

Drums, Percussion – Rob Tait
Fortepiano [Pianoforte], Organ – Tim Hinkley
Horns – Malcolm Duncan, Mike Rosen, Roger Ball
Percussion [Afro-Percussion] – Gasper Lawal
Tenor Saxophone, Flute – Dave Brooks
Vocals, Percussion – Elk*


01. Rusty Red Armour 4:58
02. Early Monday Morning 4:44
03. Ride Me Easy Rider 5:45
04. Circles 4:05
05. Leg Up 4:54
06. See The World (Through My Eyes) 6:15
07. Never Met A Dog 6:30
08. Avinu Malkenu 3:25
09. Gettin’ Out 5:10
10. Live A Little, Get Somewhere 5:21
Bonus Track
11. Speed Queen Of Ventura 4:11

 

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Jeff Beck Group – 7th National Jazz & Blues Festival, Windsor England (1967)

 

Release Date: May 15, 2016
Genre: Blues, Blues Rock, Rock
Label:Bootleg
UK

 

7th National Jazz & Blues Festival – Windsor, England
August 13, 1968

 

Line up:

Jeff Beck – guitar
Rod Stewart – vocals
Ron Wood – bass
Aynsley Dunbar – drums

 

01 Some Kind Of Wonderful
02 Talk To Me Baby
03 I Think I’ll Be Leaving In The Morning
04 Rock My Plimsoul
05 Hi Ho Silver Lining

 

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Matt ‘Guitar’ Murphy with Larry Thurston – Amsterdam Blues Festival (1988)

 

 

Release Date: May 31, 2016
Genre: Blues
Label: Bootleg
USA

 

 

Matt ‘Guitar’ Murphy with Larry Thurston, Amsterdam Blues Festival
March 19th, 1988

Line up:

Matt ‘Guitar’ Murphy (guitar)
Larry Thurston (vocals)
Geoge Whitty (keyboards)
Alex Brooks (drums)
Baron Raymonde (sax)
Eric Udel (bass)

 

01 Everyday I Have the Blues
02 Teenie Weenie Bit
03 Stormy Monday
04 Woke Up This Morning
05 Cissy Strut
06 Sweet Home Chicago
07 Sitting on the Dock of the Bay
08 Soul Man – band intros
09 Hey Bartender
10 The Thrill Is Gone

 

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Procol Harum – Atlanta Pop Festival, Atlanta GA (1970)

 

Release Date: 2016
Genre: Blues, Prog-Rock
Label: Bootleg
UK

Procol Harum at The Atlanta Pop Festival
July 4-5, 1970

Line up:

Gary Brooker – Piano, Vocals
Chris Cropping – Organ
Robin Trower – Guitar
David Knights – Bass
Barry Wilson – Drums

 

1. Wish Me Well
2. Shine On Brightly
3. Quite Rightly So
4. Cerdes (Outside The Gates Of)
5. Skip Softly (My Moonbeams)
6. A Salty Dog
7. Juicy John Pink
8. A Whiter Shade Of Pale
9. Repent Walpurgis

 

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The Rolling Stones ‎– Unreleased Decca Live Album (1972 )

 

Release Date: 1994
Type: Bootleg / Unauthorized/ Unofficial Release
Genre: Rock, Blues Rock
Label: STO 003 [Stonehenge]
UK

 

Recorded Live at Boston Gardens, Boston Massachusetts: 19th July 1972; The Spectrum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: 21st July 1972 & Tarrant County Convention Centre, Fort Worth, Texas: 24th June 1972.

Line up:

Mick Jagger: vocals, harmonica, percussion, guitar, piano, bass,
Keith Richards: guitar, vocals, bass, double bass,
Bill Wyman: bass, maracas, vocals, double bass,
Charlie Watts: drums, percussion, vocals,
Mick Taylor: guitar, bass.

 

1 All Down the Line 4:20
2 Brown Sugar 3:34
3 Bitch 4:10
4 Rocks Off 3:54
5 Gimme Shelter 5:52
6 Happy 3:55
7 Tumbling Dice 4:50
8 Love in Vain 6:12
9 Sweet Virginia 4:45
10 You Can’t Always Get What You Want 7:45
11 Midnight Rambler 11:14
12 Rip This Joint 2:16
13 Jumping Jack Flash 3:21
14 Street Fighting Man 4:16

 

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Allman Brothers Band – 1971.01.31 – Fillmore West, San Francisco CA

 

 

Release Date: 2016
Genre: Blues, Blues Rock
Label: VLN Prod.

USA

 

Bootleg The Allman Brothers Band –  Fillmore West –  San Francisco, California –  January 31st, 1971
Soundboard Recording  320 kbps

Line up:

Greg Allman – Organ, Vocals
Duane Allman – Guitar
Dicky Betts – Guitar
Berry Oakley – Bass
Butch Trucks – Drums
Jai Johanny Johanson – Percussion

 

01 Statesboro Blues
02 Trouble No More
03 Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’
04 In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed
05 Midnight Rider
06 Hoochie Coochie Man
07 Dreams
08 You Don’t Love Me
09 Hot ‘Lanta
10 Whipping Post

 

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Lowell Fulson – Reconsider Baby (1993)

 

Release Date: 1993
Album: Reconsider Baby – Charly Blues Masterworks – Vol. 48
Genre: Blues, West Coast Blues, Texas Blues
Label: Charly
USA

 

Lowell Fulson is renowned as an exceptional singer/guitarist; but among connoisseurs he is regarded above all as a great songwriter. Without doubt his most famous song is « Reconsider Baby », an out-and-out blues-standard that has been recorded by everybody from Bobby Bland to Elvis Presley. Lowell is later to respond to all this by writing the song « Im Glad You Reconsidered ».

Line up:

Lowell Fulson: guitar, vocals
(see inlay’s for more informations)

 

01 (3:12) Reconsider Baby
02 (2:51) Lonely Hours
03 (3:02) Loving You (Is All I Crave)
04 (2:53) Touble Trouble
05 (2:49) It’s A Long Time
06 (2:51) Rollin’ Blues (instrumental)
07 (2:38) (It) Took A Long Time
08 (2:38) Don’t Drive Me Baby
09 (3:18) I Want To Make Love To You – 2
10 (1:49) Rock This Morning
11 (2:42) That’s All Right
12 (2:24) Comin’ Home (Someday)
13 (3:07) Have You Changed Your Mind?
14 (2:50) I’m Glad You Reconsidered
15 (2:28) Blue Shadows
16 (4:30) I Want To Know. Part 1 & 2
17 (2:29) So Many Tears
18 (2:35) Why Don’t You Write Me
19 (2:59) Hung Down Head
20 (2:55) Pay Day Blues

 

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Band of Friends – Live’N’Kickin (2015)

 

Release Date: July 3, 2015
Genre: Blues, Blues Rock
Label: Band of Friends
USA

 

2015 proved to be another eventful and highly successful year for BAND OF FRIENDS. To acknowledge spending most of the year on the road, the Band released their live album “LIVE ‘N’ KICKIN”. As Winners of European Blues Awards “Band Of The Year” in 2013, and boasting rave reviews from every show, it’s clear to see why the band continues to be so popular.In the era of tribute acts who deliver note-perfect renditions of their heroes’ catalogues, the Band Of Friends is something different. They can do the notes played by electric blues icon Rory Gallagher. But they can also do the sound, energy and feel – because the band includes people who helped define those essential elements. When the Irish guitarist-vocalist passed away in 1995 he left behind an eleven album catalogue of inspired albums, and the memory of unforgettablyenergetic concerts.

Line up:

Gerry McAvoy: Bass Guitar
Ted McKenna: Drums
Marcel Scherpenzeel: Guitar, Vocals

 

01. Last Of The Independents (4:58)
02. Moonchild (5:19)
03. I Wonder Who (6:43)
04. Sing It With The Band (3:30)
05. Leap Of Faith (4:20)
06. Philby (3:14)
07. Calling Card (6:31)
08. Succubus (4:06)
09. Bullfrog Blues (8:28)

 

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The Allman Brothers Band – Live From A&R Studios (1971)

 

Release Date: April 1, 2016
Genre: Blues, Blues Rock
Label: Allman Brothers Band Recording Company
USA

 

2016 live archive release from the southern rockers. Live From A&R Studios: New York, August 26, 1971 was initially a radio broadcast that originally aired on WPLJ.The recording was widely bootlegged, but has been remixed from the original multi-track recording. The quality, dynamic performance and ambience encompassed herein all at once make for a quite staggering sonic experience, one that fans of this legendary act in it’s original line-up will relish alongside the groups other essential releases.

Line up:

Duane Allman: lead, slide guitar,
Gregg Allman: Hammond B-3 organ, piano, vocals,
Dickey Betts: lead guitar,
Berry Oakley: bass,
Butch Trucks: drums, timpani,
Jaimoe: drums, percussion.

 

01. Statesboro Blues (4:30)
02. Trouble No More (4:05)
03. Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’ (3:40)
04. Done Somebody Wrong (3:44)
05. One Way Out (4:48)
06. In Memory of Elizabeth Reed (11:24)
07. Stormy Monday (8:49)
08. You Don’t Love Me/Soul Serenade (19:32)
09. Hot ‘lanta (6:47)

 

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