Tag Archive: 1982


American Folk Blues Festival 1982 – Complete German TV Show

 

 

 

Published on Aug 11, 2012

” 0:00 Son’s Of The Blues – Juke Jam
4:52 Son’s Of The Blues – The Train I Ride
10:30 Harmonica Phil Wiggens & Bowling Green John Cephas – Careless Love
17:47 James “Son” Thomas – Beefsteak Blues
21:42 Archie Edwards – How Long Blues
24:56 Billy Branch, Carey Bell, Harmonica Phil Wiggens – Blues Harp Blues
31:45 Carey Bell & Son’s Of The Blues – Going On Main Street
37:16 Carey Bell & Son’s Of The Blues – Easy To Love
45:05 Margie Evans, Carey Bell & SOB – That Dirty Black Rat
49:00 Margie Evans, Carey bell & SOB – Worried Life Blues
53:18 John Cephas, Margie Evans, Phil Wiggens – You’re Still My Baby “

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

John Mayall: Jammin’ With The Blues Greats 1982

 

 

 

Published on Jun 30, 2013

” One hot night in June 1982 at New Jersey’s Capitol Theater, John Mayall and the Bluesbreakers, featuring Mick Taylor (Rolling Stones) on lead guitar, John McVie (Fleetwood Mac) on bass, and Colin Allen (of Rod Stewart’s band) on drums, paid homage to and were joined by five blues immortals: Albert King, Etta James, Buddy Guy, Junior Wells, and the 83-year-old Sippie Wallace. Each of the blues greats were backed by the Bluesbreakers, resulting in some amazing musical moments. Awesome is the only word to describe the guitar jams among Albert King, Buddy Guy, and Mick Taylor. “

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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John Mayall: Jammin’ With The Blues Greats 1982

 

 

 

 

Published on Jun 30, 2013

” One hot night in June 1982 at New Jersey’s Capitol Theater, John Mayall and the Bluesbreakers, featuring Mick Taylor (Rolling Stones) on lead guitar, John McVie (Fleetwood Mac) on bass, and Colin Allen (of Rod Stewart’s band) on drums, paid homage to and were joined by five blues immortals: Albert King, Etta James, Buddy Guy, Junior Wells, and the 83-year-old Sippie Wallace. Each of the blues greats were backed by the Bluesbreakers, resulting in some amazing musical moments. Awesome is the only word to describe the guitar jams among Albert King, Buddy Guy, and Mick Taylor.”