Published on Mar 1, 2014
” Johnny Winter 70th Birthday at B B Kings Blues Club, NYC 2014 Video produced by Larry Blumenstein Video Productions. Contact: email@example.com, 917-817-2112. (Copyright 2014)) (c)
John Dawson Winter III — known as Johnny Winter — is an American blues guitarist, singer, and producer. Best known for his high-energy blues-rock albums and live performances in the late 1960s and ’70s, Winter also produced three Grammy Award-winning albums for blues legend Muddy Waters. Since his time with Waters, Winter has recorded several Grammy-nominated blues albums and continues to tour extensively. In 1988, he was inducted into the Blues Foundation Hall of Fame and in 2003, he was ranked 63rd in Rolling Stone magazine’s list of the “100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time”. “
Uploaded on Oct 19, 2011
” “Jumping at Shadows” (Bennett)
“Sandy Mary” (Green)
“If You Let Me Love You” (B. B. King)
“Loving Kind” (Kirwan)
“Coming Your Way” (Kirwan)
“Madison Blues” (James)
“Got to Move” (James)
“The Sun Is Shining” (James)
“Oh Baby” (James)
“Tiger” (Ollie Jones)
“Great Balls of Fire” (Jack Hammer, Otis Blackwell)
“Tutti Frutti” (Joe Lubin, Penniman, Dorothy LaBostrie)
“On We Jam” (Green, Kirwan, Spencer, John McVie, Mick Fleetwood) “
Published on May 15, 2013
” Albert Castiglia & his band return to Don Odells “Legends” on 5-1-13 while on his spring 2013 New England tour promoting songs for his soon to be released new albumAlbert and his band stopped by Don Odell’s Legends studio while on tour in New England. Please check out other shows by Ana Popovic, Jimmy Thackery, Joe Louis Walker, and many more and by subscribing you can be automatically notified of new videos when uploaded.Audio recorded and mixed by Jayce De Santis of Soundstream Media, Northampton, MA. “
Published on Sep 13, 2014
” Otis Rush – Live at San Francisco Blues Festival (1999)
01. I Wonder Why
02. All Your Love (I Miss Loving)
03. It’s My Own Fault
05. I Can’t Quit You Baby
06. I Got My Mojo Working
Line up :
Otis Rush – lead guitar, vocals
Willie Henderson – baritone sax
Carl Weathersby – tenor sax
Willie Woods – trombone
Marvin McFadden – trumpet
Lonely Fuller Jr. – bass
Lester Jordan – drums
Bobby Murry – guitar
Recorded 1999 at the San Franciso Blues Festival
Fuente : http://polloking2.blogspot.com.ar/ “
Published on May 29, 2014
” The Sad Sam Blues Jam, Jammin’ on some boogie at the Glass Eye Group Studios. “
Published on Sep 25, 2012
” Ronnie Earl and The Broadcasters – Hope Radio 2007
3.Blues for the Homeless
4.Eddie’s Gospel Groove
5.I Am with You
6.Kay My Dear
7.New Gospel Tune
8.Blues for Otis Rush
9.Blues for the West Side
10.Lightnin’ Hopkins Thing
12.I Shall Not Be Moved
Ronnie Earl: Guitars
Lorne Entress: Drums
Dave Limina: Piano, Hammond Organ
Jimmy Mouradian: Bass
Special Guests: Nick Adams: Guitar, Michael “Mudcat” Ward: Upright Bass, Electric Bass and Piano
Filmed and Recorded Live At: Wellspring Sound Acton, Massachusetts April 21 and 22, 2007 “
Published on Jan 12, 2014
” Duke Robillard Band “
Published on Dec 12, 2014
” Further On Down The Road
Albert Collins, Lonnie Mack and Roy Buchanan live at Carnegie Hall – December 5, 1985. “
Published on Jul 20, 2014
” 01.Introduction by Host Willie Dixon
02.’My Baby Done Changed The Lock On The Door’ – Mervyn ‘Harmonica’ Hinds (vcl,hca) ,William ‘Bom-Bay’ Carter (g)
03.’Billy’s Blues’ – Billy Branch
04.’I’m A King Bee’ – Johnny B. Moore
05.’How Long’ – Freddie Dixon
06.Unid. Instrumental – Mervyn ‘Harmonica’ Hinds
07.’I Am The Blues’ – Willie Dixon
08.’All Your Love’ – Vernon Harrington
09.’Don’t Start Me To Talkin’ ‘ – Billy Branch
10.’All Because Of Your Love’ (truncated) – James Kinds
11.Unid Instrumental – Mervyn ‘Harmonica’ Hinds
12.’Somebody Loan Me A Dime’ – Dead-Eye Norris
13.’I’m Ready’ – Lurrie Bell
14.’Going Back To Iuka’ – Johnny B. Moore
15.’Hoodoo Doctor’ – Freddie Dixon
16.’Berlin Wall’ – All Performers Grand Finale
17.’Got My Mojo Working’ – All Performers Grand Finale
Johnny B. Moore,
and Vernon Harrington.
Berliner Jazztage – Philharmonie Hall – Sunday 6 November 1977 “
Published on Dec 23, 2013
” Recorded at Criteria Studios, Miami, 1974. Freddie King-guitar & vocals, Eric Clapton & George Terry-guitar, Carl Radle-bass, Dick Sims-keyboards, Jamie Oldaker-drums. “
Published on June 30, 2013
” One of the most influential and charismatic in the history of rock guitarists, mainly for his seminal work with the Yardbirds and diversity of styles.
After passing through the Wimbledon School of Art Art in London, Jeff Beck (born June 24, 1944 Surrey) began professionally in the world of music with a band called The Tridents. His big break came when Eric Clapton left the Yardbirds in 1965 to understand that they moved away from blues and welcomed more commercial sounds.
Beck’s entry into the group opened new perspectives for English training with his imaginative style, making the band pioneers of psychedelic pop-rock and mirrors the American garage with his innovations in distortion and feedback.
Also Beck decided to quit the Yardbirds in 1966 to form a new group that called Jeff Beck Group, set in the future were Faces, Rod Stewart and Ron Wood, with keyboardist Nicky Hopkins and drummer Aynsley Dunbar, who was replaced by Mickey Waller.
Before that and Mickey Most as a producer, Jeff had recorded a simple pop that had been well received in the British charts, “Hi-Ho Silver Lining”.
With the Jeff Beck Group, Surrey guitarist adopted a rocky and powerful sound based on the blues-rock.
Their live performances were enthusiastically received. Alongside them, the band released two essential Lps, “Truth” (1968) and “Beck-Ola” (1969), both produced by Mickey Most. In 1970 the group ceased to exist.
After suffering a car accident which prevented the creation of supertrío Beck, Bogert and Appice with Vanilla Fudge members Tim Bogert and Carmine Appice, Jeff Jeff Beck Group reformed with new components, recruiting the singer Bobby Tench, bassist Clive Chapman, drummer Cozy Powell and keyboardist Max Middleton.
” Rough and Ready” (1971) was the first Lp of the new project, a job that failed to sell too in Britain despite its attractive mix of jazz, funk and rock.
“The Jeff Beck Group” (1972), an album produced by Steve Cropper, also failed to draw the attention of press and public, which led to the final Beck Appice and Bogert binding, who had begun prior experience with Cactus.
The trio also failed to reach valid conclusions and another interesting project of Jeff finished collapsing.
“Blow by blow” (1975), a large Lp blues-rock with jazz scraps produced by George Martin , like “Wired” (1976), were two important works of Jeff Beck fully recovered.
After a live album recorded in 1977 with Jan Hammer, Beck published works very occasionally, without returning to the studies to 80s.
His new album, co-produced with Ken Scot, took the title of “There and Back” (1980), an album continued by Lps as “Flash” (1985) album produced by Nile Rodgers and Arthur Baker he returned to associate with Rod Stewart on a version of “People get ready” and “Jeff Beck’s Guitar Shop” (1989), one of the best jobs in the last stage of his career that afforded him a Grammy Award.
In the years 90 published by Jed Leiber’s soundtrack telefilm “Frankie’s House” (1992), a tribute album to Gene Vincent called “Crazy Legs” (1992) and “Who else” (1999), Lp in which Beck showed his ability to accommodate current sound times.
Also the legendary guitar this great amateur automotive appeared in collaborations with various artists like Donovan, Tina Turner, Mick Jagger, Rod Stewart and Roger Waters, offering his expertise in the six strings Service of hard rock, blues, psychedelia, jazz or pop-rock. “
Published on Dec 7, 2013
” MEZZO Production and Armenian Blues Association present Toronzo Cannon’s Blues tour to Armenia (2013). “
Published on Apr 4, 2014
” Chris Duarte
Filmed by Arthur C. and Karl B. “
Published on Jan 6, 2013
” Opening act for the 14th annual Denton Blues Festival sponsored by the Denton Black Chamber of Commerce. “
Published on May 26, 2013
” Robben Ford & The Blue Line: Live in Concert – Ohne Filter (1993)
01. The Brother
02. You Cut Me To The Bone
03. Worried Life Blues
04. Start It Up
05. Step On It
06. Prison Of Love
07. Tell Me I’m Your Man
08. Talk To Your Daughter
Video Effects (Widescreen & photo effects) – Audio effects – EQ + Dolby Digital 5.1 By Rony Nerozzi *non-profit* “
Uploaded on Mar 18, 2009
” Orianthi with Chuck Kavooras performing “Going Down” at Cozy’s Blues Jam 3/16/09.”
Uploaded on Jul 15, 2007
” Popa Chubby, an artist from Dixiefrog records, performs “Back Door Man” at Le Plan in Paris. He has released an Hendrix tribute in april 2007 titled “Electric Chubbyland”. “