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TEN YEARS AFTER - Hear Them Calling (1976)

Ten Years After are an English blues-rock band, most popular in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Between 1968 and 1973, Ten Years After scored eight Top 40 albums on the UK Albums Chart. In addition they had twelve albums enter the US Billboard 200, and are best known for tracks such as "I'm Going Home", "Hear Me Calling", "I'd Love to Change the World" and "Love Like a Man". The accent of this release is on the more introverted cuts from the early Ten Years After catalog, but Lee’s raw-edged passion for the blues is still conveyed through the key tracks with vividness that would make any newcomer to the band sit up and listen. From the disquietingly ominous riff on opener “Hear Me Calling” to the infectious urgency of closer “I’m Going Home”, the album is an engrossing, and at privileged moments – hypnotizing – affair. Lee made tradition his own, deeply personal reality from the very start, so even among the earliest material from the band’s 1967 debut there nothing about his reading of the blues. His biting, self-assured guitar attack, his full-bodied, yet edgy tone, and his unique phrasing make his sound signature instantly distinguishable, along with his expressive, non-liner improvision which in the early Seventies earned him the reputation of one of the most formidable blues improvisers on both sides of the Atlantic.


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TASTE - The Best of Taste (1994)

Before becoming a solo star, Rory Gallagher fronted the blues-rock trio Taste, which experienced reasonable success in the U.K. in the late '60s and early '70s. Taste was molded very much on the model of Cream, adding some folk, pop, and jazz elements to a blues-rock base, and featuring a virtuosic guitarist. They weren't in the same league as Cream, particularly in the songwriting department, and were (like Cream) prone to occasional blues-rock bombast. But they weren't a bad band in their own right, exhibiting a lighter touch than most British blues boom outfits.

The focus of Taste was always upon Gallagher. In addition to playing accomplished and versatile lead guitar, he sang in a gentle but convincing fashion, and wrote the band's original material. Much of Taste's repertoire was more restrained and balanced than the territory Gallagher would explore on his '70s outings, which placed more emphasis upon him as guitar hero. Gallagher also played occasional saxophone and harmonica with the group.

Gallagher formed the first version of Taste in his native Ireland in 1966, with bassist Eric Kittringham and drummer Norman Damery. In May of 1968, he relocated to London and, still months shy of his 20th birthday, formed a new version of Taste with bassist Charlie McCracken (who had played bass with Spencer Davis, though not at the peak of Davis' hit-making days) and drummer John Wilson (who had been a drummer with Them, likewise not during one of their well-known incarnations). Two studio albums followed in 1969 and 1970, the second of which made the British Top 20. Taste was still virtually unknown in the States when they broke up shortly afterwards, although a couple of live albums were released in the early '70s to keep some product on the shelves.

TRACKS:
01. Blister On The Moon 02. Born On The Wrong Side Of Town 03. Leavin Blues 04. Hail 05. Same Old Story 06. Catfish 07. I'm Moving On 08. Whats Going On 09. Railway And Gun 10. Eat My Words 11. On The Boards 12. It's Happened Before, It'll Happen Again 13. If The Day Was Any Longer 14. I Feel So Good 15. Sugar Mama 16. Sinner Boy

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TONY ASHTON AND FRIENDS - Endangered Species - Live At Abbey Road (2009) thumbupthumbupthumbup

British keyboard player and singer Tony Ashton was born in Blackburn, Lancashire, and first gained notice when he replaced Don Andrews in The Remo Four, a Liverpool Mersey Beat group. They played on George Harrison's Wonderwall soundtrack, then Ashton and drummer Roy Dyke quit to form Ashton, Gardner & Dyke in 1968, and the trio scored a hit with "Resurrection Shuffle" in 1971, then split up in 1972. Ashton joined Family for a year, and in 1976 was a member of Paice, Ashton And Lord, after which he went into production.

The idea for this evening was sparked off by Jon Lord and Pete York in the honour of Tony Ashton. They booked the large and prestigious Abbey Road Studio for the special evening in 2000, and by the day of the show there was a huge list of people wanting to take part: John Entwistle, Zak Starkey, Chris Barber, Bernie Marsden and Mickey Moody [Whitesnake], Eddie Hardin, Ian Paice and of coursethe initiators Jon Lord & Pete York to name just a few. The show kicks off with Johnnie Johnson & Dave Williams, before Pete York takes over for a short set, enlivened by Zoot Money's unexpected appearance. John Entwistle follows with half a dozen rock & roll standards, backed up by Zak Starkey and John 'Rabbit' Bundrick. Comprising a 23-track digitally remastered 2-CD set featuring recordings of performances from the night; plus a DVD including a private filming that makes the whole experience complete).


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THORNETTA DAVIS - Sunday Morning Music (1996) & Covered Live at the Music Menu (2001)

Detroit-born blues diva Thornetta Davis reluctantly began her career at the age of 15 when, on the encouragement of friends, she made her debut at an area talent show. After forming the vocal group Chanteuse to cover R&B hits by the Pointer Sisters and the Emotions, Davis did not discover the blues until 1986, when she became the backing vocalist for the Motor City band Lamonte Zodiac & the Love Signs, later renamed the Chisel Brothers. In 1991, she was recruited to sing backup for the funk-metal outfit Big Chief, appearing on their Sub Pop label LPs Face and Mack Avenue Skull Game. When the group disbanded, Davis was signed to Sub Pop as a solo performer; after assembling the majority of Big Chief as a backing unit, she recorded her 1996 debut Sunday Morning Music.
TRACKS:
01. Cry 02. Helpless 03. Try To Remember 04. Sunset 05. Only One 06. You Haven't Done Nothin' 07. Box Of Memories 08. Sunday Morning 09. The Deal 10. And I Spin 11. Come Go With Me

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Thornetta performed on Wednesday nights for 7 years at one of Detroit's favorite live music venues "The Music Menu" located in Greektown in downtown Detroit until it's closing in 2003. Three years before that final Wednesday, Thornetta recorded a live performance on one magical night at the "Menu" and called it "Thornetta Davis covered Live at the Music Menu". This CD is a collection of Thornetta's most requested cover tunes. The magic comes through and touches you and makes you feel like you're right there watching her as she takes you on a spiritual journey to the depths of her soul.

"Thornetta Davis covered Live at the Music Menu" won "Best R&B/ Blues Recording" at the Detroit Music Awards 2002.

TRACKS:
01. I'd Rather Drink Muddy Water 02. That's a Pretty Good Love 03. C.C. Rider 04. Please Send Me Someone to Love 05. Wild Women Never Get the Blues 06. Hound Dog 07. Kissin' My Love 08. I Just Wanna Make Love to You 09. Meet Me With Your Black Drawers On 10. Damn Your Eyes 11. Rock Me a Little While

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KENNY NEAL - Bayou Blood (1992)

Kenny Neal is an American blues guitar player, singer and band member. Neal comes from a musical family and has often performed with his brothers in his band. Neal preserves the blues sound of his native south Louisiana, as befits someone who learned from Slim Harpo, Buddy Guy, and his father, harmonica player Raful Neal. In 1987, Neal cut his debut album for the Florida record producer Bob Greenlee — an updated swamp feast initially marketed on King Snake Records as Bio on the Bayou. Alligator Records picked it up the following year, retitling it Big News from Baton Rouge!! In 1991, he proved to be a talented actor in the Broadway production of the folk musical Mule Bone (by Langston Hughes and Zora Neale Hurston), singing numbers written by Taj Mahal. Neal has played with blues stars including Lucky Peterson and Lazy Lester, and was at one time a member of The Downchild Blues Band, during a period of relocation to Toronto. - wikipedia

TRACKS:
01. Howling At The Moon 02. Right Train, Wrong Track 03. Branded 04. Gonna Put You Out Of My Misery 05. Lightning's Gonna Strike 06. That Knife Don't Cut No More 07. Bayou Blood 08. Do I Have To Go That Far 09. Smoke Signals 10. Neal And Prey 11. Going To The Country 12. I Can Read Between The Lies 13. Big City Ways 14. You Ain't Foolin' Me

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TOMMY RIDGLEY - Since The Blues Began (1995)

Tommy Ridgley was on the Crescent City R&B scene when it first caught fire, and he remained a proud part of that same scene until his death in 1999. That was a lot of years behind a microphone, but Ridgley never sounded the slightest bit tired; his 1995 Black Top album Since the Blues Began rated as one of his liveliest outings. Ridgley cut his debut sides back in 1949 for Imperial under Dave Bartholomew's direction. His "Shrewsbury Blues" and "Boogie Woogie Mama" failed to break outside of his hometown, though. Sessions for Decca in 1950 and Imperial in 1952 (where he waxed the wild "Looped") preceded four 1953-1955 sessions for Atlantic that included a blistering instrumental, "Jam Up," that sported no actual Ridgley involvement but sold relatively well under his name (incomparable tenor saxist Lee Allen was prominent).

New York's Herald Records was Ridgley's home during the late '50s. The consistently solid singer waxed "When I Meet My Girl" for the firm in 1957, encoring with a catchy "Baby Do-Liddle." From there, it was on to his hometown-based Ric logo, where he laid down the stunning stroll-tempoed "Let's Try and Talk It Over" and a bluesy "Should I Ever Love Again" in 1960. He recorded intermittently after leaving Ric in 1963, waxing a soulful "I'm Not the Same Person" in 1969 for Ronn. Ridgley always remained a hometown favorite even when recording opportunities proved scarce. Happily, Since the Blues Began ranked with 1995's best albums, Ridgley sounding entirely contemporary but retaining his defining Crescent City R&B edge. Not long after the appearance of 1999's How Long, Ridgley passed away, on August 11th of that year.


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01. Pretty Lady
02. How Long (Must I Wait For You)
03. Running After You
04. About My Past
05. Since The Blues Began
06. I've Heard That Story Before
07. Heartbreak
08. Shack Up With Me
09. Let's Try And Talk It Over
10. Your Love Is All I Need
11. In The Same Old Way
12. The World Is Our Stage
13. You Mean Everything To Me

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THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - The United States of America (1968)

The United States of America was an American experimental rock and psychedelic band whose works are an example of early electronic music in rock and roll. Formed in 1967 by Joseph Byrd, the band membership consisted of Joseph Byrd (electronic music, electric harpsichord, organ, calliope, piano, and Durrett Electronic Music Synthesizer); Dorothy Moskowitz (lead vocals); Gordon Marron (electric violin, ring modulator); Rand Forbes (an early adopter of the fretless electric bass), and Craig Woodson (drums and percussion). Ed Bogas also performed on the record with occasional organ, piano, and calliope; he became a full member of the band on its first and only tour.

Their eponymous album was recorded in December 1967, produced by David Rubinson for Columbia Records, and released in 1968. Their sound blended a range of musical genres, including avant-garde, psychedelic, and art rock. One of the more notable points of the band was that it had no guitar player, which for its time was quite radical, as the electric guitar occupied a central position in rock music of the time. Instead, they used strings, keyboards and electronics, including primitive synthesizers, and various audio processors, including the ring modulator.

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01. The American Metaphysical Circus 02. Hard Coming Love 03. Cloud Song 04. The Garden Of Earthly Delights 05. I Won't Leave My Wooden Wife For You, Sugar 06. Where Is Yesterday 07. Coming Down 08. Love Song For The Dead Che 09. Stranded In Time 10. The American Way Of Love

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BLUE - Blue (1973) thumbup

Blue was a British pop/rock group formed in Glasgow, Scotland, in 1973 by Timmy Donald (b. 1946, Bristol, Avon, England) (drums), Ian MacMillan (b. 1947, Paisley, Strathclyde, Scotland) (bass, guitar, vocal), and Hugh Nicholson (b. 1949, Rutherglen, Strathclyde, Scotland) (guitar, vocal, keyboard). Signed to Elton John's Rocket Records label (John also produced them), they released their self-titled debut album, then added Robert "Smiggy" Smith (b. 1946, Kiel, Germany) (guitar) for their second, Life in the Navy. They were then reorganized, with MacMillan and Nicholson remaining and adding Charlie Smith (drums) and David Nicholson (guitar). This lineup scored a U.S. singles chart entry and U.K. Top 40 hit with "Gonna Capture Your Heart" and recorded the third album Another Night Time Flight (1977) and the fourth album Fool's Party (1979), after which Blue broke up.

TRACKS:
01. Red Light Song 02. Look Around 03. Someone 04. Sunset Regret 05. Timi's Black Arrow 06. Sitting On A Fence 07. Little Jody 08. Let Me Know 09. I Wish I Could Fly 10. Interlude 11. Skye Banana Boat Song 12. The Way Things Are 13. Sunshine Or Falling Rain 14. Heaven Avenue

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TANGERINE DREAM - The Essential Tangerine Dream (2006)

Edgar Froese, founding member of influential German electronic music band Tangerine Dream, died Tuesday in Vienna, Austria, of a pulmonary embolism at age 70, according to the band's official website.

Inspired by the boundary-pushing '60s music of the Doors, the Grateful Dead and other rock groups, Froese assembled Tangerine Dream in 1967, at a time when electronic synthesizers were first finding their way into popular music. Along with Kraftwerk in the 1970s, Tangerine Dream experimented with electronic rock and dance music using analog and later digital synthesizers that laid a template for a generation of musicians and bands to come.

Their music was part of a movement that came to be called "krautrock," a term Froese hated. "I personally think it is one of the most silly and stupid descriptions the music media ever came up with," he told an Australian writer in November. "No idea what it's supposed to be." "Although often criticized," states the Encyclopedia of Popular Music's entry on Tangerine Dream, "the band was pivotal in refining a soundthat effectively pioneered new-age ambient electronic music more than a decade later. Their importance in this field should not be underestimated." Froese was the only regular member of the band's ever-shifting lineup, and he also released a string of solo albums under the name Edgar W. Froese. He scored music for films that included "Risky Business," "Legend" and "Firestarter," and more recently the band contributed music to the soundtrack of the "Grand Theft Auto V" videogame.

TRACKS:
01. Movements Of A Visionary 02. Rubycon (Part 1) 03. Stratosfear 04. Cloudburst Flight 05. Tangram (Set 1) 06. Hyperborea

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PAUL KOSSOFF - The Band Plays On (1975), 2nd Street (1976), Back Street Crawler (1973) & Kossoff Kirke Tetsu Rabbit (1972) [2005]

Throughout the years, rock music has been littered with talented musicians whose lives were cut short due to drug-related deaths. Free/Back Street Crawler guitarist Paul Kossoff was one such casualty. Kossoff was born in London, England, on September 14, 1950, and early on studied classical guitar (before giving up on the instrument by his teenaged years). But upon discovering the British blues-rock movement of the '60s, Kossoff's interest in guitar perked up once again, especially after catching a John Mayall's Bluesbreakers live show with Eric Clapton. Kossoff soon purchased an electric guitar (a vintage Gibson Les Paul, which eventually become his trademark guitar) and began playing in local bands. Through one such band, Black Cat Bones, Kossoff became good friends with their drummer, Simon Kirke, who would serve a prominent part in Kossoff's musical future. Eventually feeling that the band had reached its zenith, the band broke up after the Black Cat Bones backed bluesman Champion Jack Dupree on a song called "When You Feel the Feeling." Kossoff and Kirke set out to form another group, hooking up with vocalist Paul Rodgers and bassist Andy Fraser, the quartet decided to go by the name Free (which was supposedly christened by British blues icon Alexis Korner). Just as the new band signed a deal with Island/A&M Records, Kossoff had fully blossomed into an outstanding guitarist, renowned for his fluid, slow, and melodic leads and bluesy riffs. Free issued a pair of albums in the late '60s that went largely unnoticed -- 1968's Tons of Sobs and 1969's self-titled release -- as Kossoff grew slightly disillusioned by the group's lack of commercial progress and tried out for guitar openings in such groups as the Rolling Stones and Jethro Tull. But big-time success would prove to be just around the corner for Free as their 1970 release Fire and Water spawned the massive hit single (and eventual classic rock standard) "All Right Now" and helped secure the group a spot at the esteemed 1970 Isle of Wight Festival (which also included performances by the Who and Sly & the Family Stone, as well as one of the final performances ever by both Jimi Hendrix and the Doors).


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DORIS TROY - I'll Do Anything: The Doris Troy Anthology (2011)

As the chronological range in the title confirms, this is a career-spanning, 26-track anthology of the underrated soul singer. Not to its detriment, it does focus very much on the first decade of that career, with just five songs post-dating 1970. Considering that her best recordings were those she made in the mid-'60s (principally for Atlantic) and those issued by Apple Records in the early '70s, you'd get a better, more consistent listen by picking up a pair of other releases first, those being the Ichiban compilation Just One Look: The Best of Doris Troy (which contains 1963-1965 recordings) and the expanded CD reissue of her self-titled 1970 Apple album. In its favor, however, this does include material, some of it quite rare, not included on those compilations, like pre-"Just One Look" singles from the early '60s; Chuck Jackson hits on which she sang ("Tell Him I'm Not Home" and "Beg Me"); and her obscure 1967 Capitol single "Face Up to the Truth"/"He's Qualified." Of more importance, it also has the bulk of her best Atlantic recordings, including her sole hit "Just One Look"; "What'cha Gonna Do About It," covered by the Hollies; the majestic, anguished, orchestrated ballad "Heartaches"; the enchantingly sweet "Please Little Angel"; and the girl group-style "Tomorrow Is Another Day." Also here is the title cut, a Northern soul staple, and a fine girl group-ish effort done for Cameo-Parkway, "But I Love Him." However, the Apple period is lightly represented with just a couple cuts; not every quality mid-'60s recording is here (the propulsive "You'd Better Stop" being a particularly notable omission); and, if you want to get really arcane, one of her greatest vocals, the torrential "Kill Them All!" (from an early-'70s Italian film soundtrack), would have made a great addition that even many Troy fans are not aware of. It's also true that for all her talent, it's an uneven listen, gems like the aforementioned Atlantic cuts mixing with relatively pedestrian soul and R&B efforts. These are, admittedly, complaints particular to passionate, collector-oriented fans. As an overview of Troy's work (especially if you can't get the Ichiban anthology or Apple album), it's decent, including detailed liner notes based around a lengthy 1995 interview she gave about a decade before her death.

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01. I'll Do Anything (He Wants Me To Do)
02. Face Up To The Truth
03. Just One Look
04. What'cha Gonna Do About It
05. Jay & Dee / What A Night, Night, Night
06. Doris Payne / You Better Mind
07. Doris Payne / What A Wonderful Lover
08. Chuck Jackson With Doris Troy / Tell Him I'm Not Home
09. Tomorrow Is Another Day
10. Lazy Days (When Are You Coming Home)
11. Time
12. But I Love Him
13. Please Little Angel
14. One More Chance
15. Chuck Jackson With Doris Troy / Beg Me
16. Hurry
17. He Don't Belong To Me
18. Heartaches
19. He's Qualified
20. Ain't That Cute
21. You Tore Me Up Inside
22. Don't Tell Your Mama
23. Can't Hold On
24. Smilin' / Let Me Make Love To You (Medley)
25. Hear Me Calling
26. Take My Hand, Precious Lord

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KING CRIMSON - Live at the Orpheum (2015)

Live at the Orpheum is a live album by the band King Crimson, released by Discipline Global Mobile records in 2015. The album was recorded on the 30th of September and 1st of October at the Orpheum Theatre in Los Angeles, California on the band's The Elements of King Crimson US tour of 2014. King Crimson's 2014 tour marked guitarist, founder and leader Robert Fripp's return to active service after a long legal battle with Universal Music Group. This line-up of King Crimson is notable for featuring three drummers, Pat Mastelloto, Gavin Harrison and Bill Rieflin. The other members of the band are long standing bass player Tony Levin, Mel Collins who was previously in the band from 1970 to 1972, also playing on Red in 1974, Jakko Jakszyk on guitar and vocals and Robert Fripp. All the shows on the tour were recorded on multitrack with Jakko Jakszyk sorting through the recordings. The two shows at the Orpheum Theatre in Los Angeles were chosen for release. The album features 41 minutes of selections from the set and released on the 13th of January, 2015 on CD/DVD-A and heavy-weight vinyl.

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01. Walk On: Monk Morph Chamber Music 02. One More Red Nightmare 03. Banshee Legs Bell Hassle 04. The ConstruKction of Light 05. The Letters 06. Sailor's Tale 07. Starless

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TOM PAXTON - Original Album Series (2010)

In many ways a bridge between the late-'50s generation of folksingers like Dave Van Ronk and the early-'60s version posed by innovative songwriters like Bob Dylan and Phil Ochs, Tom Paxton managed to keep his integrity intact through it all, and if he didn't exactly break new ground anywhere, he has always been a careful and thoughtful songwriter. This set brings together five of the six LPs Paxton recorded and released with Elektra Records between 1964 and 1972 (the sixth, New Songs Old Friends, released in 1972, was a retrospective live set), 1964's Ramblin' Boy, 1966's Outward Bound, 1968's Morning Again, 1969's The Things I Notice Now, and 1970's Tom Paxton 6. The end result is an almost complete collection from Paxton's peak middle years, the years when he wrote and recorded most of the songs on which his legacy rests.

A collection of five of the best albums from the career of folk singer-songwriter, Tom Paxton.


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CACTUS - Cactology - The Cactus Collection (1996)

Cactus was initially conceived in late 1969 by former Vanilla Fudge members bassist Tim Bogert and drummer Carmine Appice after plans to team up with guitarist Jeff Beck were scuppered when Beck had an automobile accident and was out of the music scene for over a year. In early 1970, Bogert and Appice brought in blues guitarist Jim McCarty from Mitch Ryder's Detroit Wheels and The Buddy Miles Express, and singer Rusty Day (born Russell Edward Davidson) from The Amboy Dukes. This line-up produced three albums (Cactus, One Way...Or Another, and Restrictions) before intraband troubles led to McCarty quitting at the end of 1971. Shortly afterwards Day was fired from the group. The fourth and last Cactus album ('Ot 'N' Sweaty) featured original rhythm section Bogert and Appice joined by Werner Fritzschings on guitar, Duane Hitchings on keyboards and Peter French (ex-Leaf Hound and Atomic Rooster) on vocals. The 2012 line up is Jim McCarty, Carmine Appice, Jimmy Kunes, Pete Bremy and Randy Pratt. - wikipedia

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01. Evil 02. Parchman Farm 03. You Can't Judge A Book By The Cover 04. One Way ... Or Another 05. Alaska 06. Long Tall Sally 07. Let Me Swim 08. Bro. Bill 09. Rock 'n' Roll Children 10. Song For Aries 11. Restrictions 12. Oleo 13. Feel So Good 14. Rumblin' Man 15. Bad Stuff 16. Parchman Farm (Live)

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BARRY GOLDBERG - Barry Goldberg & Friends (1968) [1991] & 1965-66 [Blowing My Mind Plus] (2003)

Barry Goldberg was a regular fixture in the white blues firmament of the mid-'60s that seemed to stretch from Chicago to New York. A keyboardist (organ seemed to be his specialty), Barry was an in-demand session man -- he appears with Michael Bloomfield on a Mitch Ryder album, for instance -- along with Al Kooper and his blues-playing contemporary from the original Butterfield band, Mark Naftalin.


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Goldberg was a member of Charlie Musselwhite's first band, contributing great piano and organ lines to the Stand Back! album (his work on "Cristo Redentor" is moody and introspective, with a strong jazz-inflected feel, while still retaining strong blues roots) and a handful of others throughout the decade. - allmusic.com

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FOGHAT - Road Cases (2001)

This collection of live cuts from two live shows in Oregon during 1996 starts off a little ominously, in terms of the beat that the group uses on "I Just Wanna Make Love to You," but Rod Price's guitar carries the day and the group does well enough on the old blues-rock standard, stretched out to nearly ten minutes. Unfortunately, there isn't a lot of variety in the sound of Lonesome Dave Peverett's singing, which is good, but not quite good enough to sustain interest across over an hour of largely original material. The material offers some variation -- the most attractive songs here are Chess-based material, which includes "Chevrolet," an undisguised Bo Diddley variation, but the group does better with originals like "Soakin' the Bone" itself a Jimmy Reed rip-off. The material is well-recorded, and fans of Rod Price's guitar will definitely not feel short-changed by the mix or the mastering. [The 2001 double-disc release by SPV includes two songs not found on the original -- "It's Too Late" and "Stone Blue" -- and two bonus tracks: "Angel of Mercy" and "Tear You Down."]


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THE AYNSLEY DUNBAR RETALIATION - To Mum From Aynsley And The Boys (1969) & Remains To Be Heard (1970) [Remastered Edition, 2006]

Of the numerous British blues-rock bands to spring up in the late '60s, the Aynsley Dunbar Retaliation was one of the better known, though solid reception on tours did not translate into heavy record sales. Musically, the group recalled John Mayall's Bluesbreakers during the 1966-1967 era that had produced that group's A Hard Road album, though with a somewhat more downbeat tone. The similarities were hardly coincidental, as the band's founder and leader, drummer Aynsley Dunbar, had been in the Bluesbreakers lineup that recorded the A Hard Road LP. Too, bassist Alex Dmochowski would go on to play with Mayall in the 1970s, and guitarist Jon Morshead was friendly with fellow axeman Peter Green (also in the Bluesbreakers' A Hard Road lineup), whom he had replaced in Shotgun Express.


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Dunbar had by far the most impressive career after the demise of the group, going on to play with Frank Zappa, Journey, and Whitesnake. In addition to playing with Mayall, Dmochowski subsequently worked with Morshead in Heavy Jelly, as well as doing sessions with Zappa, Graham Bond, and Peter Green.

DISC 1 - To Mum From Aynsley And The Boys: 01. Don't Take The Power Away 02. Run You Off The Hill 03. Let It Ride 04. Journey's End 05. Down,down And Down 06. Unheard 07. Sugar On The Line 08. Leaving Right Away

DISC 2 - Remains To Be Heard: 01. Invitation To A Lady 02. Blood On Your Wheels 03. Downhearted 04. Whistlin' Blues 05. Keep Your Hands Out 06. Sleepy Town Sister 07. Fortune City 08. Put Some Love On You 09. Bloody Souvenir 10. Toga

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STRIKER - Striker (1978) [2014]

Striker were a one-off hard rock/pop band out of Seattle. Formed as far back as 1971, they originally went under the monicker Randle-Rosburg, and were known about the city under that name, until 1974, where in their infinite wisdom they changed handles to the hard-hitting name of Striker. Scott Roseburg later played with Randy Hansen. Guitarist Rick Ramirez (who had recorded in the early 70's with Boomerang alongside ex Vanilla Fudge frontman Mark Stein) instigated the formation of Bruzer with Vinnie Appice and Mitchell Froom and was also a member of the Pamela Moore Band in the early 80's. Ramirez was also involved with ex Angel singer Frank Dimino and erstwhile UFO and Michael Schenker Group keyboard player Paul Raymond in the short-lived Ruffians prior to gaining a deal for Bruzer. In 1998 Ramirez was involved in the recording of an album by ex Vanilla Fudge guitarist Vince Martell.

TRACKS:
01. Think About It 02. Midnight Flyer 03. Wish 04. More Than Enough 05. On My Way 06. Hard On Me 07. Somebody Help Me 08. By Your Side 09. Running In The Wrong Lane 10. We Got The Power

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DELANEY & BONNIE - Accept No Substitute (1969)

While Delaney & Bonnie will be forever associated with Eric Clapton and Layla & Other Assorted Love Songs, the couple, along with a loose association of friends, recorded a number of classics in their own right. Released in 1969, Accept No Substitute contained the same blend of soul and rock & roll that would show up on Layla the following year. While the production, as Matthew Greenwald points out in the liner notes, has a "pop sheen," Delaney & Bonnie's earthy vocals, along with the band's rhythm & blues assault, nonetheless dictate the proceedings. The horn section and expressive guitar create a lovely mix on "Get Ourselves Together" and "Someday," giving the listener a taste of what gospel might sound like if performed by a good '60s rock band. This religious connection is even more predominate on "Soldiers of the Cross," a piece of lyrical fundamentalism that would fit quite comfortably into a Baptist choir's repertoire. This isn't to infer that Accept No Substitute is pious in any way; only that Delaney & Bonnie and their friends add a spiritual quality to the music they perform. One also shouldn't miss the imaginative "Ghetto," a song that cleverly combines soulful piano with strings. For those unfamiliar with Delaney & Bonnie's other work, Accept No Substitute is a good place to start.

TRACKS:
01. Get Ourselves Together 02. Someday 03. Ghetto 04. When The Battle Is Over 05. Dirty Old Man 06. Love Me A Little Bit Longer 07. I Can't Take It Much Longer 08. Do Right Woman 09. Soldiers Of The Cross 10. Gift Of Love

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BOB DYLAN & JOAN BAEZ - Voices of A Generation (2013)

This compilation brings together the first albums of Joan Baez and Bob Dylan. Released in 1960 and 1961 respectively and titled by their respective names, they were the first recorded statements by a pair of artists who were spokespeople for the folk and protest movement that had grown up in the late Fifties and was aligning itself with the US Civil Rights campaign. They were also, from 1961, romantically involved; but ultimately, as she looked for a partner to help her change the world, he told her 'It ain't me, babe'.

DISC 1 - Bob Dylan:
01. You're No Good 02. Talkin' New York 03. In My Time Of Dyin' 04. Man Of Constant Sorrow 05. Fixin' To Die 06. Pretty Peggy 07. Highway 51 08. Gospel Plow 09. Baby, Let Me Follow You Down 10. House Of The Risin' Sun 11. Freight Train Blues 12. Song To Woody 13. See That My Grave Is Kept Clean 14. Mixed-Up Confusion 15. Corrina, Corrina

DISC 2 - Joan Baez: 01. Silver Dagger 02. East Virginia 03. Fare Thee Well 04. House Of The Rising Sun 05. All My Trails 06. Wildwood Flower 07. Donna Donna 08. John Riley 09. Rake And Rambling Boy 10. Little Moses 11. Mary Hamilton 12. Henry Martin 13. El Preso Numero Nueve 14. Plaisir D'Amour 15. Pretty Boy Floyd 16. Geordie 17. Manha de Carnival/Te Ador 18. Hush Little Baby

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GEORG FAME & ALAN PRICE - Fame & Price, Price & Fame, Together. (1971) [2014, Digitally Remastered + Bonus Tracks]

A great reunion of two grown-up figures from the bluesier side of the British scene of the 60s – vocalist Georgie Fame and ex-Animal Alan Price, both of whom really sound great together! After leaving The Animals, Price worked strongly in the UK as a solo act – often hitting grooves that were similar to Fame's R&B-drenched material, and making him a great counterpart for an album like this. The partnership between Alan Price and Georgie Fame began on a November night in 1970 at the London Revolution Club. There was a positive atmosphere among the Georgie Fame fans attending one of his rare concerts. Few of them however, were prepared for the musical fireworks which were about to come. As Georgie Fame began to strike up the old Animals classic “Bring It on Home”, it was all over for the former Animals organist Alan Price. When Georgie - who recognized Alan Price in the audience- invited him to come onstage, he readily took up his offer. Both delivered a rock show to a stunning crowd, one that people seldom experience. Songs such as “Rave On,” “Great Balls of Fire,” and “Oh Boy “ were full of energy and the entire club was electrified with excitement.

TRACKS:
01. Rosetta 02. Yellow Man 03. The Dole Song 04. Time I Moved On 05. John And Mary 06. Here And Now 07. Home Is Where Your Heart Is 08. Ballad Of Billy Joe 09. That’s How Strong My Love Is 10. Blue Condition 11. I Can’t Take It Much Longer - Bonus Tracks: 12. Don’t Hit Me When I’m Down 13. Street Lights 14. Follow Me 15. Sergeant Jobsworth

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JACK BRUCE - Rockpalast: The 50th Birthday Concerts (2014) [DVDaudio rip + CD rip]

When Jack Bruce wanted to celebrate that he had turned 50, he decided to throw a party. A really big musical party. The shows put together by the legendary bassist were held over two days in Cologne, Germany on Nov. 2nd and 3rd, 1993. His former Cream bandmate, Ginger Baker played drums at the show, as did Simon Phillips. Parliament-Funkadelic keyboardist Bernie Worrell played keyboards, and guitarists Gary Moore and Clem Clempson hit the stage, too. For those keenly feeling the loss of Bruce earlier this year (he died on October 25), a new DVD/CD set of those birthday shows will bring back happy memories of Bruce’s playing.


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JIMMY BARNES - Hindsight (2014) thumbupthumbupthumbup

For thirty years Jimmy Barnes, the Scottish born, Australian rock singer-songwriter, has been impressing audiences world-wide with his powerful yet soulful voice. In celebration of such a lengthy career in one of the world’s most volatile and unforgiving industries, Jimmy has gathered together a list of guest stars so comprehensive it puts most charity events to shame and recorded ‘Hindsight’, a mix of fan favourites and personal selections that is surely one of the best rock albums of the year. Jimmy himself describes the music as “very modern takes on these songs. They sound fresh and they sound new and they sound alive. They sound aggressive, which I really like.” A veteran with more than his fair share of scars, Jimmy recently had seven operations on his back, Jimmy Barnes still successfully imbues his songs with a real sense of life and vitality and ‘Hindsight’ offers up fourteen blistering rock songs that perfectly show off his broad range.

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01. Lay Down Your Guns (feat. The Living End) 02. Time Will Tell (feat. Baby Animals) 03. Ride The Night Away (feat. Steven Van Zandt) 04. Stand Up (feat. Mahalia Barnes + Soul Mates) 05. I'd Die To Be With You Tonight (feat. Diesel) 06. Stone Cold (feat. Tina Arena and Joe Bonamassa) 07. Working Class Man (feat. Jonathan Cain and Ian Moss) 08. Going Down Alone (feat. Neal Schon and Jonathan Cain) 09. Love And Hate (feat. Shihad) 10. No Second Prize 11. I'd Rather Be Blind (feat. Jon Stevens) 12. When Your Love Is Gone 13. The Other Kind 14. Walk On (feat. David Campbell) 15. I'm Still On Your Side (feat. Bernard Fanning)

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UFO - On Air At The BBC 1974-1985 (2013)

UFO are an English heavy metal and hard rock band that was formed in 1969. UFO became a transitional group between early hard rock and heavy metal and the New Wave of British Heavy Metal. UFO were ranked No. 84 on VH1's "100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock".

Chrysalis/EMI have had a seriously good crack at remastering and reissuing their UFO’s back catalogue. The studio albums scrubbed up a treat and were relaunched a little while ago with rare material and live tracks. Then came the nicely researched and packaged collections with a bit more bonus material . Finally, last year came the excellent official bootleg live box set 75-82. So what can another collection of hidden gems really add to this burgeoning portfolio? Plenty. Whether you want to hear the many shades of ‘Doctor Doctor’ or ‘Rock Bottom’ captured here, or want to explore bucket loads of other worthy stuff.


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BLUES PILLS - Devil Man EP (2013) & Live At Rockpalast EP & Blues Pills (2014)

The young American-Swedish-French quartet create a very unique, intense and extraordinary rock atmosphere while at the same time having a major mainstream appeal that takes you right back to the time of BLUES PILLS’ ancestors Aretha Franklin, Fleetwood Mac, Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin and Cream. Driving bass lines, grooving drums and guitar solos from another planet by the only 18 year old Dorian Sorriaux, harmonized and tied together with such easiness, such delight, by Elin’s incredible voice.


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With the idea to take soul music, combined with blues and rock’n’roll and turn it into a new force of unimaginable energy, intensity and freshness, their blonde archangel & soul-saviour Elin Larsson will guide you gently into a new world, the band´s empire of soulful rock; her beautiful voice seems to be taking you beyond the stars to an infinite universe on a journey that appears endless in time, yet profound and revealing. Elin´s powerful lyrics are full of emotions, her jazzy-soulful voice never falls into the trap of an aestheticization of kitsch, but unfolds an outstanding beauty itself with a refreshing new take on the timeless and unquestionably noble art of rock `n` roll, touching your soul.

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IKE & TINA TURNER - The Hunter - Outta Season (2003)

As husband and wife, Ike & Tina Turner headed up one of the most potent live acts on the R&B circuit during the '60s and early '70s. Guitarist and bandleader Ike kept his ensemble tight and well-drilled while throwing in his own distinctively twangy plucking; lead vocalist Tina was a ferocious whirlwind of power and energy, a raw sexual dynamo who was impossible to contain when she hit the stage, leading some critics to call her the first female singer to embody the true spirit of rock & roll. In their prime, the Ike & Tina Turner Revue specialized in a hard-driving, funked-up hybrid of soul and rock that, in its best moments, rose to a visceral frenzy that few R&B acts of any era could hope to match. Effusively praised by white rock luminaries like the Rolling Stones and Janis Joplin, Tina was unquestionably the star of the show, with a hugely powerful, raspy voice that ranks among the all-time soul greats. For all their concert presence, the Turners sometimes had problems translating their strong points to record; they cut singles for an endless succession of large and small independent labels throughout their career, and suffered from a shortage of the strong original material that artists with more stable homes (Motown, Atlantic, Stax, etc.) often enjoyed. The couple's well-documented marital difficulties (a mild way of describing Ike's violent, drug-fueled cruelty) eventually dissolved their partnership in the mid-'70s. Tina, of course, went on to become an icon and a symbol of survival after the resurgence of her solo career in the '80s, but it was the years she spent with Ike that made the purely musical part of her legend.

The Hunter (1969):
01. The Hunter 02. You Don't Love Me 03. You Got Me Running 04. Bold Soul Sister 05. I Smell Trouble 06. The Things I Used To Do 07. Early In The Morning 08. You're Still My Baby 09. I Know

Outta Season (1969): 10. I've Been Loving You Too Long 11. Mean Old World 12. 3 O'clock In The Morning Blues 13. Five Long Years 14. Dust My Broom 15. Crumbling 16. I Am A Motherless Child 17. Crazy 'bout You Baby 18. Reconsider Baby 19. Honest I Do 20. Please Love Me 21. My Babe 22. Rock Me Baby

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GEORGE HARRISON - Awaiting On You All (1998)

This digipack bootleg release parallels the superb Beatles and Rolling Stones digipack bootleg series in both quality and scope. The first 18 tracks assemble the best-quality masters and performances from the ubiquitous All Things Must Pass outtakes in one place. The latter include not only such jewels as the instrumental track from "Awaiting on You All" (which offers beautifully exposed slide guitar) and acoustic guitar demos and early arrangements of songs such as "If Not for You" and "Apple Scruffs," but also the chronologically related, Harrison-sung demo of "It Don't Come Easy" (a song he gave Ringo Starr as a gift). There are also notable unissued excerpts from the "Apple Jam" sessions (including "Down By the River"), among oddities from off the radar screen. Not everything here is as interesting as "Awaiting on You All," but even "Wah-Wah" -- a somewhat repetitive track -- offers some insights into the way that the songs were constructed. The whole disc is sort of "All Things Must Pass -- The Planning Stages," with a lot more spontaneity and most of the melodic beauty of the finished album, and includes a distant preview of "You" from Extra Texture. - allmusic.com

TRACKS:
01. It Don' Come Easy 02. Run Of The Mill 03. I'll Still Love You 04. I Don't Want To Do It 05. The Art Of Dying 06. Apple Scruffs 07. If Not For You 08. What Is Life 09. Everybody Nobody 10. The Art Of Dying 11. You 12. Wah Wah 13. Let It Down 14. The Art Of Dying 15. Beware Of Darkness 16. All Things Must Pass 17. Awaiting On You All 18. Nowhere To Go 19. Medley: Mother Divine - Window, Window - Beautiful Girl - Cosmic Empire - Hear Me Lord 20. I'll Still Love You 21. Down To The River 22. Run Of The Mill

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BAD COMPANY - Collection Of The Best Songs 1974-1999 (2011)

Formed in 1973, the British hard rock outfit Bad Company was a supergroup comprised of ex-King Crimson bassist Boz Burrell, former Mott the Hoople guitarist Mick Ralphs, and singer Paul Rodgers and drummer Simon Kirke, both previous members of Free. Powered by Rodgers' muscular vocals and Ralphs' blues-based guitar work, Bad Company was the first group signed to Led Zeppelin's Swan Song vanity label. Bad Company's eponymous 1974 debut was an international hit, topping the U.S. album charts and scoring with the number one single "Can't Get Enough of Your Love." Straight Shooter, issued the following year, was another major success, notching the hit "Feel Like Makin' Love," while 1976's Run With the Pack was Bad Company's third consecutive million-selling record. After 1977's Burnin' Sky, Bad Company recorded 1979's Desolation Angels, which embellished the group's sound with synthesizers and strings; a three-year hiatus followed before the release of Rough Diamonds, the group's final LP in its original incarnation. In 1986, Ralphs and Kirke resurrected the Bad Company name, enlisting former Ted Nugent vocalist Brian Howe to replace Rodgers. The reconfigured unit's debut, Fame & Fortune, was a commercial failure, but 1988's Dangerous Age became a minor hit. Released in 1990, Holy Water fared even better, as the power ballad "If You Needed Somebody" became a Top 20 success. Here Comes Trouble, issued in 1992, achieved platinum status, and earned another Top 40 hit with "How About That." On their 20th anniversary, Bad Company expanded into a quintet with the addition of bassist Rick Wills and rhythm guitarist Dave Colwell, and released the live retrospective The Best of Bad Company Live...What You Hear Is What You Get. Two more LPs - 1995's The Company of Strangers and the next year's Stories Told and Untold - followed, and in 1998 the original lineup of Rodgers, Ralphs, Kirke, and Burrell reunited to record a handful of new tracks that surfaced alongside past material early the following year on The Original Bad Company Anthology. - allmusic.com


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THE BABYS - Anthology (2000) & I'll Have Some of That! (2014)

The Babys generated extensive hype upon formation in 1976 as one of mainstream pop/rock's brightest hopes for the future. While competent, their music never broke away from its Raspberries-meets-AOR style and developed its own distinctive sound. The group consisted of vocalist/bassist John Waite, guitarist Wally Stocker, former Spontaneous Combustion and Strider drummer Tony Brock, and keyboardist/guitarist Mike Corby, who was replaced by Jonathan Cain in 1978; bassist Ricky Phillips also joined later on. Overshadowed by the punk and new wave movement in their native U.K., the band concentrated on the American market and did score two Top 20 singles with "Isn't It Time" and "Every Time I Think of You." By 1981, The Babys' future didn't look so bright anymore and the group disbanded, with Stocker joining Air Supply's road band. Waite went solo and finally broke through on the charts in 1984 with the number one smash "Missing You," while Cain joined Journey; the two later reunited in the AOR supergroup Bad English.
TRACKS:
01. If You've Got The Time 02. Head Above The Waves 03. I Love How You Love Me 04. Looking For Love (Live) 05. Isn't It Time 06. Give Me Your Love 07. Silver Dreams 08. Money 09. Every Time I Think Of You 10. Head First 11. Love Don't Prove I'm Right 12. Back On My Feet Again 13. Midnight Rendezvous 14. Anytime 15. Turn And Walk Away 16. Sweet 17 17. Gonna Be Somebody

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The Babys – the popular ’70s and ’80s rock band that topped the charts with hits like “Every Time I Think of You,” “Back On My Feet Again” and “Isn’t It Time” – are back. The band released its first studio album since 1980's On The Edge. However, there’s been a change in personnel since the last time we heard from this iconic band. John Waite, Jonathan Cain and Ricky Phillips are not part of the current lineup. Waite is enjoying his solo career, Cain is selling out arenas with Journey and Ricky Phillips is rocking out as the bass player for Styx. The current lineup of The Babys includes original drummer, Tony Brock, and original guitarist, Wally Stocker. They’re joined by John Bisaha on lead vocals and bass, and guitarist Joe Sykes.
TRACKS:
01. Every Side Of You 02. All I Wanna Do 03. Sunrise & Goodbyes 04. After Midnight 05. I See You There 06. Grass Is Greener 07. These Days 08. Uncivil War 09. You Saved My Live 10. It's A Gas 11. Stay The Night 12. I'll Have Some Of That!

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THE ROLLING STONES - Original Master Recordings (1984) @ LP Rip thumbupthumbupthumbupthumbupthumbup

The Rolling Stones Collection was originally released in October 1984 (only 10,000 sets were pressed). This "Limited Edition Library of Original Master Recordings" transferred direct from the original 1963 to 1969 master recording tapes, includes a softcover book that reproduces The Rolling Stones original album cover graphics (front and back), a Geo-Disc cartridge alignment platter and a color, four page folded leaflet with band photo and information about the Collection. The LPs are in the original inner sleeves, the jackets are glossy red with black lettering.

Mobile Fidelity's 'Rolling Stones - The Collection' box set is arguably the greatest sounding release of the Rolling Stones albums ever; considerably better than the standard LP or CD releases. All 11 albums in this box set were mastered at half speed from the original master tapes, and pressed onto pure 180 gram high definition super vinyl by JVC, which has an extraordinarily quiet playing surface, extreme durability and a lifespan many times exceeding conventional pressings.

01. The Rolling Stones (1964)
02. 12x5 (1964)
03. Out Of Our Heads (1965)
04. Aftermath (1966)
05. Between The Buttons (1967)
06. Their Satanic Majesties Request (1967)
07. Beggars Banquet (1968)
08. Let It Bleed (1969)
09. Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out! (1970)
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BOB SEGER - Ride Out [Target Deluxe Edition] (2014)

On his 17th studio album, Ride Out finds Bob Segar holding true to his legendary sound, effortlessly marrying blues, country, and heartland soul into his trademark brand of Motor City rock n roll. Bob offers a collection of new songs that are a powerful and personal addition to the GRAMMY Award-winning rocker s extraordinary catalog, rich with character and passion, and the great American songwriter s always compelling take on the world around him. Bob also lends his signature style to several personal favorites written by other artists, including the driving first track, Detroit Made written by John Hiatt, California Stars featuring lyrics by Woody Guthrie and music by Wilco's Jeff Tweedy and Jay Bennett, Steve Earle's The Devil's Right Hand, and Adam and Eve penned by acclaimed Australian singer/songwriters Kasey Chambers and Shane Nicholson.

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MAGIC SLIM & THE TEARDROPS - Pure Magic (2014)

Magic Slim was one of the greatest living proponents of the intense, electrified, Mississippi-to-Chicago blues style that spawned much of the music played by modern blues artists and rockers. It's no wonder that Magic Slim and the Teardrops, considered by many to be "the last real Chicago blues band," became one of the busiest and best-loved blues bands around. As Blues Revue wrote, "Whoever the house band in blues heaven may be, even money says they're wearing out Magic Slim albums trying to get that Teardrops sound down cold." Slim's live performances became legendary. Standing well over six feet, Slim cut a commanding figure on stage, prowling the boards in his large cowboy hat, filling the room with his slash and burn guitar and booming vocals, commenting on the action throughout, slipping occasionally into a feral, Howlin' Wolf-like voice. Slim had an encyclopedic repertoire of hundreds of blues songs in his head, giving the live shows a charming impromptu quality.

Magic Slim died on the 21st of February 2013 but his spirit is still there! Slim got a lot of Awards during his lifetime his last award he got 2013 for the best Blues Traditional Blues Male Artist. On this CD you can listen to great life recordings never on CD before which will show you what great Blues Artist we lost. Also he was accompanied by his legendary band, the Teardrops: Mostly on the songs John Primer, Nick Holt (Slims brother) and Earl Howell. Liner notes written by Bob Corritore.

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01. Love Somebody 02. Going To California 03. I'm Ready 04. I Got The Blues 05. Lovin You (Is The Best Thing That Happened To Me) 06. Since I Met You Baby 07. See What You're Doin' To Me 08. Spider In My Stew 09. Slim Talkin' (Part 1) 10. Look Over Yonder's Wall 11. Jimmie 12. Do You Mean It 13. Call My Job 14. Slim Talkin' (Part 2)

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TEXAS SLIM – That’s Who I Am (2014)

It does not take a genius to identify Robert Sullivan’s home state by his stage name of Texas Slim. Equally, it only takes one listen to his new CD, That’s Who I Am, to have a pretty fair idea where he comes from. Roaring out of the speakers with the upbeat “Sweet Tooth Blues”, it is immediately obvious that this is an album of high energy, guitar-driven blues as Slim declares his love for his lady at the same time as he sings of his love for unhealthy food. “Bring me a strawberry shortcake, and a double banana split. Bring yourself and two spoons, I may let you have some of it. Well, I love your deserts, but you’re the sweet I want the most. I got a sweet tooth for you, baby.” One can only assume that his lady keeps him slim by working the calories off him at night.

Featuring 16 songs (all written by Slim himself, except for the sole cover of Frank Frost’s “Jelly Roll King”), That’s Who I Am features a wide variety of modern blues styles, from the funky, Albert Collins-esque “Every Time I Go To Houston” and the swing of “Lazy Girl” to the slow minor key blues of “Coyote Moon Blues”. It includes three instrumentals: the Freddie King-influenced “Rock Hauler”; “Attack Of The Mosquitoes”, which has a hint of Dick Dale’s version of “Miserlou”; and “Lightning Boogie” which recalls some of Stevie Ray Vaughan’s wilder instrumentals. Texas Slim may not be saying anything new on this release, but what he says is energetic, exciting and just downright fun.

TRACKS:
01. Sweet Tooth Blues 02. Love Somebody 03. Built to Last 04. That’s Who I Am 05. Wailing the Blues 06. Rock Hauler 07. Stop Doggin Me Baby 08. Everytime I Go to Houston 09. Coyote Moon Blues 10. Have Coffee With Me 11. Lazy Girl 12. Trouble Knockin 13. Jelly Roll King 14. Attack of the Mosquitos 15. Too Wild to Tame 16. Lightning Boogie

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From houses of worship to houses of blues, Ruthie Foster has always been a rafter-rattler. And with a soul-filled voice honed in Texas churches, she can move audiences to tears or ecstasy sometimes in a single song. Her last two albums, 2009's ''The Truth According to Ruthie Foster'' and 2012's ''Let It Burn,'' moved the Recording Academy to deliver Best Blues Album Grammy nominations; her latest, ''Promise of a Brand New Day,'' could make her a contender once more. For this effort, Foster put Meshell Ndegeocello in charge as her producer and then got out of the way, letting the lauded singer and bassist call the shots regarding players, takes, and mixing. Foster says by the time she stepped into the Los Angeles studio they used, all she had to do was sing. Ndegeocello played bass, and enlisted her regular guitarist Chris Bruce (Sheryl Crow) and keyboardist Jebin Bruni (Aimee Mann), plus drummer Ivan Edwards and backing vocalist Nayanna Holley. Foster did request two special guests: guitarist Doyle Bramhall II and singer Toshi Reagon. ''Ruthie's voice is such a singular, powerful instrument, and she has such mastery of it,'' Ndegeocello notes. ''She can turn it on, belt it out and bring you to your knees, all in an instant. I wanted this album to highlight her voice and also communicate her vibe, give a fuller picture of her artistry and ability,'' Ndegeocello continues. ''She really trusted me with the music and I think we've made something that compliments and holds its own alongside the power of her voice.'' Amen, sister. - amazon.com

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01. Singing The Blues 02. Let Me Know (feat. Doyle Bramhall II) 03. My Kind Of Lover 04. The Ghetto 05. Outlaw 06. Second Coming 07. It Might Not Be Right 08. Learning To How Fly 09. Believe 10. Brand New Day 11. Complicated Love 12. New (feat. Toshi Reagon)

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FREE - Songs Of Yesterday (2000)

SONGS OF YESTERDAY features five discs worth of Free tracks originally recorded between 1968 and 1972. The release contains 80 tracks in all and includes many rarities featuring Paul Kossoff, Paul Rogers, Simon Kirke, and John "Rabbit" Bundrick. It's strange that a band with a song as immediate as "All Right Now" is a bit of an acquired taste, but it's the truth. Free was a powerful, majestic hard rock band at their peak, but they were also a little obtuse; a lot of their power came from their playing, and their songwriting was epic, but often elliptical. As such, they're for hard rock connoisseurs -- a band who gained a spirited, dedicated following largely because they took devotion to unlock their treasures, especially in the years following their breakup. For those fans, the five-disc Songs of Yesterday is a godsend. This is not a box for listeners with less than a consuming interest in the band (even if you think you want total immersion in Free, this will not be as effective as purchasing each of their albums) since this contains a wealth of unreleased material. Very few of the tracks are actual album tracks, most are alternate mixes or alternate versions, plus there are a lot of live tracks in the mix, as well. As long as you know what you're getting into, this isn't bad, especially since it refurbishes the band's canon for the dedicated, giving them fresh insights to familiar songs (even if the new mixes aren't necessarily better than the originals -- they just sound a bit brighter and more modern). For anyone else, it's a bit much, and it doesn't quite tell the story in the right fashion, since it really offers a mirror image, alternate version rather than the real thing. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine UK box on Island Records for blues rock act featuringPaul Rodgers, Paul Kossoff, Simon Kirke & Andy Fraser & best known for their perennial 'All Right Now'. 80 remastered tracks on 5 CDs including alternate takes and mixes, singles masters, stereo mixes, unreleased recordings, live recordings not used for the album 'Free Live', associated recordings from Paul Rodgers & The Maytals, Peace, Sharks, Kossoff/Kirke/Tetsu/Rabbit, John Martyn and rabbit (John Bundrick). 60 page color booklet.


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TIM BUCKLEY - Discography: Studio Albums - Tim Buckley (1966), Goodbye And Hello (1967), Happy Sad (1969), Blue Afternoon (1969), Lorca (1970), Starsailor (1970), Greetings from L.A (1972), Sefronia (1973) & Look At The Fool (1974)

Timothy Charles "Tim" Buckley III (1947 – 1975) was an American singer and musician. One of the great rock vocalists of the 1960s, Tim Buckley drew from folk, psychedelic rock, and progressive jazz to create a considerable body of adventurous work in his brief lifetime.


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His multi-octave range was capable of not just astonishing power, but great emotional expressiveness, swooping from sorrowful tenderness to anguished wailing. His restless quest for new territory worked against him commercially: By the time his fans had hooked into his latest album, he was onto something else entirely, both live and in the studio. In this sense he recalled artists such as Miles Davis and David Bowie, who were so eager to look forward and change that they confused and even angered listeners who wanted more stylistic consistency.

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However, his eclecticism has also ensured a durable fascination with his work that has engendered a growing posthumous cult for his music, often with listeners who were too young (or not around) to appreciate his music while he was active.

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DAVID CLAYTON-THOMAS - David Clayton-Thomas (1972)

David Clayton-Thomas is a Grammy Award-winning Canadian musician, singer and songwriter, best known as the lead vocalist for the American band Blood, Sweat & Tears. Clayton-Thomas has been inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame and in 2007 his jazz/rock composition “Spinning Wheel" was enshrined in the Canadian Songwriter's Hall Of Fame. In 2010 Clayton-Thomas received his star on Canada's Walk Of Fame.

By the early '70s, Canadian David Clayton-Thomas had decided that enough was enough and split with Blood, Sweat & Tears to go the solo route with 1972's David Clayton-Thomas. Aided and abetted by wide ranges of studio help, including some of his former bandmates, much of what lies within these grooves sounds very much like his old band. It includes "Magnificent Sanctuary Band" and "Sing a Song," and with it sounding so similar to BS&T, one might wonder why Thomas chose the solo route, but by doing so, he is in charge and doesn't have to rely on others to choose which songs he sings. A competent addition to the big-band rock sound so popular in the early and mid-'70s.

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01. Magnificent Sanctuary Band 02. We're All Meat From The Same Bone 03. Stealin' In The Name Of The Lord 04. Dying To Live 05. Sing A Song 06. She 07. Don't Let It Bring You Down 08. Once Burned 09. North Beach Racetrack 10. Caress Me Pretty Music

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COLOSSEUM - Time On Our Side (2014)

As well as giving label space to a considerable quotient of promising and energetic youthful bluesers, Ruf Records, less-frequently but admirably, gives encouragement to more mature pioneers who remain key to the development of the complex polygon that is modern blues. With Jon Hiseman, the late Dick Heckstall-Smith and Hammond pilot Dave Greenslade aboard, the first Colosseum tip-toed around ‘the blues’ at the jazzier end of its spectrum, the experimental and improvisational nature of recordings and gigs earning them the respect of prog fans into the bargain. The 2014 incarnation of the band sees Hiseman, Greenslade and fellow original member Clem Clempson aboard. They are supplemented by Hiseman’s wife, saxophonist Barbara Thompson, an occasional uncredited contributor to early Colosseum releases, bassman Mark Clarke and Chris Farlowe, both of whose history with Colosseum goes back to 1970. And it’s that same willingness to elbow their way out of genre straitjackets that defines Time On Our Side, where Colosseum are content to pick and mix licks and tricks from the rock n roll smorgasbord and beyond as their strong, well-structured songs demand.

TRACKS:
01. Safe As Houses 02. Blues To Music 03. The Way You Waved Goodbye 04. Dick's Licks 05. City Of Love 06. Nowhere To Be Found 07. You Just Don't Get It 08. New Day 09. Anno Domini 10. Morning Story

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WILD HORSES - Wild Horses (1980) & Stand Your Ground (1981) [with bonus tracks]

Wild Horses was formed in the summer of 1978 by ex-Thin Lizzy guitarist Brian Robertson and ex-Rainbow bassist Jimmy Bain. At an early stage, the line-up featured former Stone the Crows and Wings guitarist Jimmy McCulloch and former Small Faces drummer Kenney Jones, but eventually stabilized with the addition of drummer Clive Edwards (ex-Pat Travers, Uli Roth) and guitarist/keyboardist Neil Carter (ex-Wilder, Gilbert O'Sullivan). This line-up recorded the Trevor Rabin-produced eponymous album in 1980, released by EMI who signed the band after their 1979 Reading Festival appearance. Carter left the band in August 1980 after the band's UK tour with Ted Nugent in order to join UFO and later Gary Moore. His replacement was guitarist John Lockton (ex-The Next Band, Red Alert) whose first appearance was on the band's Japanese tour in the autumn of 1980 followed by the release of the Stand Your Ground album in the spring of 1981.


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Wild Horses is the debut album by the British rock band, Wild Horses, co-produced with Trevor Rabin at Konk Studios in London, and released on 14 April 1980 on EMI Records. It peaked at No. 38, and spent four weeks in the UK Albums Chart. It was subsequently issued on CD in Japan in 1993 on Toshiba-EMI, and by the now defunct UK labels Zoom Club in 1999 and Krescendo Records in 2009, respectively, both with the title The First Album. The most recent re-issue came in February 2013, courtesy of UK-based Rock Candy Records, and includes a host of unreleased studios demos as bonus tracks not found on previous re-issues.

Stand Your Ground is the second album by British rock band Wild Horses, co-produced with Kit Woolven at Good Earth and Maison Rouge Studios in London and released in May 1981 on EMI Records. It was subsequently issued on CD in Japan in 1993 on Toshiba-EMI, and by the now defunct UK labels Zoom Club in 1999 and Krescendo Records in 2009, respectively. The most recent re-issue came in February 2013, courtesy of UK-based Rock Candy Records, and includes several bonus tracks not found on previous re-issues.

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DEREK & THE DOMINOS - Layla And Other Assorted Love Songs (1970) [Deluxe Edition 2011]

In 1970, Eric Clapton was known as ‘God’ for his guitar virtuosity in a succession of groups. One thing for which he was not renowned was songs, either in quantity or quality. The epic, anguished title-track of the debut album of his new band project Derek and the Dominos changed that forever.Those who only know the signature song may be surprised by the Layla album, which is largely mad e up of mid-tempo and sometimes even slightly soporific blues work-outs, albeit adorned by almost impossibly brilliant instrumentation. Highlights are the quietly worshipful I Am Yours, the funky, fast-rapping Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad?, an unexpectedly fine version of Jimi Hendrix’s ostensibly unimprovable Little Wing and Thorn Tree in the Garden, even if ending the album with the latter fragile Bobby Whitlock composition is overegging the pudding following the mellow piano outro of the title-track.

Layla stands not just head and shoulders above anything else here but much else in the rock canon, sounding as moving and anguished as a song that’s rooted in the agony of falling in unrequited love with the wife of a best friend should. The flashing dagger of a riff is one of the finest in history and Clapton duels magnificently with both his overdubbed self and Allman before an exhausted piano-based second act. It almost makes us forget that it constitutes a rather narrow foundation stone for an increasingly massive edifice.


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IRON BUTTERFLY - In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida (1968) [Deluxe Edition, 1995 Rhino Remaster]

With its endless, droning minor-key riff and mumbled vocals, "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida" is arguably the most notorious song of the acid rock era. According to legend, the group was so stoned when they recorded the track that they could neither pronounce the title "In the Garden of Eden" or end the track, so it rambles on for a full 17 minutes, which to some listeners sounds like eternity. But that's the essence of its appeal - it's the epitome of heavy psychedelic excess, encapsulating the most indulgent tendencies of the era. Iron Butterfly never matched the warped excesses of "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida," either on their debut album of the same name or the rest of their catalog, yet they occasionally made some enjoyable fuzz guitar-driven psychedelia that works as a period piece. The five tracks that share space with their magnum opus on In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida qualify as good artifacts, and the entire record still stands as the group's definitive album, especially since this is the only place the full-length title track is available. Rhino Records reissued In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida as a Deluxe Edition containing two bonus tracks - a live version and a single edit of the title cut, plus a booklet filled with interviews, liner notes, and photographs. - allmusic.com


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V.A. - The Big E - A Salute to Steel Guitarist Buddy Emmons (2013)

Rodney Crowell, and others acknowledge Buddy Emmons as one of the “World’s Foremost Steel Guitarist”, as he used to be billed. Emmons helped create (as an inventor) and popularize (as a player) the steel sound most people think of when they think of classic country music. The 16 newly recorded tracks on this tribute disc, The Big E: A Salute to Steel Guitarist Buddy Emmons, reveal Emmons profound influence. The 16-page booklet, full of photos and minuscule detailed texts and diagrams, explains Emmons’ seminal contributions. While this may matter to the country music historians among us, for the rest of us—who cares? As one might imagine, the disc is rich in pedal steel guitar music. This is not for the casual fan who would soon grow bored with the sound of so much picking. The disc is for the discerning listener who cares about how different instrumental maestros, including Greg Leisz, Jaydee Maness, and Dan Dugmore, deal with (the still alive) Emmons’ rich legacy. The material includes a diverse range of music associated with Emmons, including his work with Gram Parsons, Judy Collins, and John B. Sebastian, as well as more traditional country folk such as Roger Miller, Little Jimmy Dickens, and Ray Price.


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JOOLS HOLLAND & HIS RHYTHM & BLUES ORCHESTRA - Sirens Of Song (2014)

Jools Holland is back with a brand new album and an elite gathering of world-class female artists, with big band support from his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra. Sirens Of Song highlights Jools' talent for amazing collaborations and features duets with some of the most iconic female voices in contemporary and classic music. Jools Holland said: "It's a privilege and honour to celebrate and bring together, for the first time ever, some of the greatest female vocalists and writers of our time on this new record.

"I'm so grateful to have had the support of these incredibly gifted women in music who bring that magical female perspective to every track... Collaborating and working with this diverse and dazzling array of talent, who hail from all sorts of genres spanning from today and back to the jazz age, has been an inspiration and something rather special... Enjoy." Sirens Of Song is a true showcase in musicianship and combines an array of wonderful performers with Jools' talent and big band support from his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra. The 14-track album features a selection of originals and reworked classics.


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JOE COCKER - Mad Dogs & Englishmen (1970) [Deluxe Edition, 2005]

In the pantheon of classic live albums as well as concert films, Joe Cocker's Mad Dogs & Englishmen is near the top, alongside Woodstock and The Last Waltz in defining the spirit of a generation. The tour, album and film catapulted Cocker, Leon Russell, and Rita Coolidge to stardom. Now, for the first time, the album, originally issued in 1970, is heard with previously unreleased tracks and studio cuts. The two-CD Mad Dogs & Englishmen: 35th Anniversary Deluxe Edition reveals in full for the first time the repertoire of the craziest, loudest, longest rock 'n' roll circus to have ever hit America. Along with already-legendary performances of "She Came in Through the Bathroom Window," "The Letter," "Delta Lady," "Bird on a Wire," "Cry Me a River," "Feelin' Alright," "Let's Go Get Stoned," and "Space Captain" are seven previously unreleased live performances (whose inclusion now reflects the actual sequence of the show's set list) and four rare studio recordings.


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JOE COCKER - The Ultimate Collection 1968-2003 (2003)

John Robert "Joe" Cocker (20 May 1944 – 22 December 2014) was an English rock and blues singer, who came to popularity in the 1960s, and was known for his gritty voice, his spasmodic body movement in performance and his cover versions of popular songs, particularly those of the Beatles. His cover of the Beatles' "With a Little Help from My Friends" reached number one in the UK in 1968, and he performed the song live at Woodstock in 1969. His version also became the theme song for the TV series The Wonder Years. His 1975 hit single, "You Are So Beautiful", reached number five in the US. Cocker is the recipient of several awards, including a 1983 Grammy Award for his US number one "Up Where We Belong", a duet with Jennifer Warnes. In 1993 he was nominated for the Brit Award for Best British Male, and in 2008 he received an OBE at Buckingham Palace for services to music. Cocker was ranked #97 on Rolling Stone's 100 greatest singers list.

Last year he broke all his own records in arenas across Europe, with a number one album in Germany and what was to be his final concert in Hammersmith, London, in June. Marshall said "he was without the doubt the greatest rock/soul voice ever to come out of Britain- and remained the same man throughout his life.

"Hugely talented, a true star, but a kind and humble man who loved to perform. Anyone who ever saw him live will never forget him."

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JERRY LEE LEWIS - Rock & Roll Time (2014)

For his follow-up to 2006's Last Man Standing and 2010's Mean Old Man, Jerry Lee Lewis once again invites his famous friends to play on some old favorites. This time, though, he's not in a duetting mood. Lewis relegates the likes of Keith Richards, Robbie Robertson, Neil Young and Nils Lofgren to guitar and backing vocals – making this less a star-studded spectacle than a personal statement, with the 79-year-old singer bringing his voice and piano to several blues standards, a couple of Chuck Berry tunes and an unexpected Dylan deep cut ("Stepchild").

Lewis' tortured heart is still a primary concern – see his version of Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Mississippi Kid" and his update of Johnny Cash's "Folsom Prison Blues." But the singer, who has scored dozens of country Top 10s in his six-decade career, shines most brightly on the downtempo laments of the Kris Kristofferson-penned title track and the lonely barroom plea "Keep Me in Mind." The latter in particular – an obscure, previously unpublished song from longtime collaborator Mack Vickery – recalls the best of the Nashville ballads the Killer cut in the late Sixties. Despite its title, Rock & Roll Time actually ends up making a better case for revisiting Lewis' oft-ignored legacy as a country hitmaker.


01. Rock & Roll Time (with Doyle Bramhall II and Jon Brion)
02. Little Queenie (with Keith Richards and Ron Wood)
03. Stepchild (with Daniel Lanois and Doyle Bramhall II)
04. Sick And Tired (with Jon Brion)
05. Bright Lights, Big City (with Neil Young and Ivan Neville)
06. Folsom Prison Blues (with Robbie Robertson and Nils Lofgren)
07. Keep Me In Mind (with Jon Brion)
08. Mississippi Kid (with Derek Trucks and Doyle Bramhall II)
09. Blues Like Midnight (with Robbie Robertson)
10. Here Comes That Rainbow Again (with Shelby Lynne)
11. Promised Land (with Doyle Bramhall II)

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B.B. KING & FRIENDS - Night of Blistering Blues (2005)

It's an all-star blues extravaganza as legendary guitarist B.B. King brings a whole host of popular performers to the stage for a magical night of music captured live at the Ebony Showcase Theater on April 15, 1987. In addition to such classics as "The Thrill Is Gone" and "In the Midnight Hour," King is joined by such talented contemporaries as Eric Clapton, Etta James, Dr. John, Phil Collins, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Albert King, Billy Ocean, and Chaka Kahn in performing nine more songs including "Ain't Nobody's Business," "The Sky Is Crying," and "Let the Good Times Roll."

Recorded live at the Ebony Showcase Theater in Los Angeles 15 April 1987.


01. Why I Sing the Blues (Intro) - B.B. King
02. Please Send Me Someone to Love - B.B. King feat: Gladys Knight
03. The Thrill Is Gone - B.B. King feat: Eric Clapton / Phil Collins
04. I'd Rather Go Blind - B.B. King feat: Etta James / Dr. John
05. When Something Is Wrong with My Baby - B.B. King feat: Chaka Khan / Billy Ocean
06. The Sky Is Crying - B.B. King feat: Paul Butterfield / Albert King / Stevie Ray Vaughan
07. Something's Got a Hold on Me - B.B. King feat: Etta James
08. In the Midnight Hour - B.B. King feat: Paul Butterfield / Etta James / Chaka Khan / Gladys Knight / Billy Ocean / Stevie Ray Vaughan
09. Ain't Nobody's Business - B.B. King feat: Etta James / Chaka Khan / Gladys Knight
10. Let the Good Times Roll - B.B. King and guests
11. Take My Hand, Precious Lord - B.B. King feat: Etta James / Chaka Khan / Gladys Knight
12. Closing - B.B. King


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The shows are part of the "Baloise Sessions" indoor concert series and happen at the Event Halle in Basel. In front of 1500 people, Eric and his band peformed a 20 song set on 13 & 14 November , including five songs in memory of JJ Cale: "Don't Go To Strangers" (the opening number), "Since You Said Goodbye," After Midnight," "Call Me The Breeze" and "Cocaine." "After Midnight," rarely seen in a Clapton set list, was performed in the style of JJ Cale, rather than the way it has been recorded in the studio by Eric (in 1970 and 1987). The seated acoustic portion of the evening was limited to four songs, a bit shorter than the May / June concerts. The acoustic songs at this concert were "Driftin'," "Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out," "Goodnight Irene," and "Layla".

TRACKS:
01. Don't Go to Strangers (JJ Cale) - 14th Nov. 02. Key to the Highway (Big Bill Broonzy) - 13th Nov. 03. I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man (Willie Dixon) - 14th Nov. 04. Got My Mojo Workin' (Muddy Waters) - 13th Nov. 05. Since You Said Goodbye (JJ Cale) - 14th Nov. 06. After Midnight (JJ Cale) - 13th Nov. 07. Call Me the Breeze (JJ Cale) - 13th Nov. 08. Gin House (Harry Burke) [Andy Fairweather Low on vocals] - 14th Nov. 09. How Long (Paul Carrack) [Paul Carrack on vocals] - 14th Nov. 10. Driftin' Blues (Johnny Moore's Three Blazers) - 14th Nov. 11. Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out (Jimmy Cox) - 14th Nov. 12. Layla (Eric Clapton/Jim Gordon) - 13th Nov. 13. Pretending (Jerry Lynn Williams) - 13th Nov. 14. Wonderful Tonight (Eric Clapton) - 13th Nov. 15. Crossroads (Robert Johnson) - 14th Nov. 16. Queen of Spades (Robert Johnson) - 13th Nov. 17. Cocaine (JJ Cale) - 14th Nov. 18. High Time We Went (Joe Cocker/Chris Stainton) - 14th Nov.

The Band: Eric Clapton - Guitar / Vocals, Andy Fairweather Low - Guitar / Vocals, Chris Stainton - Keyboards, Paul Carrack - Keyboards / Vocals, Dave Bronze - Bass, Henry Spinetti - Drums, Michelle John - Backing Vocals ,Sharon White - Backing Vocal

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