zaterdag 5 maart 2016
Van Morrison - North Sea Jazz 6July 2012 from Aart van Hoften on Vimeo.
How Can A Poor Boy- Fever- Haunts Of Acient Peace- Unchaind Melody/Time Is Running Out-Moondance.
THANKS TO THE TAPER(S)
North Sea Jazz 2012
woensdag 2 maart 2016
Een van de hoogtepunten van het concertseizoen 2015.Met dit redelijk geslaagde filmpje een mooie herinnering aan een prachtig optreden..
Tedeschi Trucks Band - With A Little Help From My Friends (Tivoli/vredenburg Utrecht 17 Nov.2015) from Aart van Hoften on Vimeo.
film by Arthur
dinsdag 1 maart 2016
Willie & Lucas Nelson with Fiends an Family - Texas Flood from Aart van Hoften on Vimeo.
"Texas Flood" (sometimes called "Stormin' in Texas" or "Flood Down in Texas") is a blues song recorded by Larry Davis in 1958. It is considered a blues standard and has been recorded by several artists, including Stevie Ray Vaughan, who made it part of his repertoire.
Larry Davis (on guitar Fenton Robinson)
maandag 29 februari 2016
Channel 4 UK TV Broadcast
The band: Alec Dankworth(bass) -Bernie Holland(guitar) -Alan Skidmore(sax) -Mark Taylor(drums)
Van Morrison & Mose Allison - Baby Please Don,t Go (St. George's Hall Bristol, England ,1990) from Aart van Hoften on Vime
"Baby, Please Don't Go" is een echte bluesklassieker.het staat bekend als "one of the most played, arranged, and rearranged pieces in blues history"
Big Joe Williams, as "Joe Williams' Washboard Blues Singers", recorded "Baby, Please Don't Go" October 31, 1935 in Chicago during his first session for Lester Melrose and Bluebird Records. It is an ensemble piece with Williams (vocal and guitar) accompanied by Dad Tracy (one-string fiddle) and Chasey "Kokomo" Collins (washboard).(Wikipedia)
Van Morrison & Mose Allison - I Will Be There (St. George's Hall Bristol, England ,1990) from Aart van Hoften on Vimeo.
"I Will Be There" is a song featured on Northern Irish singer/songwriter Van Morrison's sixth album Saint Dominic's Preview (1972). The song is also the B-side to Morrison's single "Warm Love", released in 1973. It is one of few overtly jazz songs written by Morrison, and the first since the release of "Moondance" in 1970.
The song is led in by Tom Salisbury's piano, who also arranged the song. Featured in the song is a saxophone solo from long serving Jack Schroer. John Collis says, "A hero (of Van), is evoked by the piano-led blues "I Will Be There" -the spirit of Ray Charles looms large in the song." The Rolling Stone review of Saint Dominic's Preview remarks: "'I Will Be There' goes the furthest of any (of the songs in Saint Dominic's Preview) into R&B-jazz roots, as Van pays expert musical tribute to Count Basie and Joe Williams." (Wikipedia)
Van Morrison & Mose Allison - Moondance (St. George's Hall Bristol, England ,1990) from Aart van Hoften on Vimeo.
"Moondance" is a popular song written by Northern Irish singer-songwriter Van Morrison and is the title song on his 1970 album Moondance.
Morrison did not release the song as a single until November 1977, seven and a half years after the album was released. It reached the Billboard Hot 100, charting at #92.The single's B-side, "Cold Wind in August" had been released in the same year, on his latest album at the time, A Period of Transition.
"Moondance" is the most frequently played song by Morrison in concert, as it is the only song known to have been played over a thousand times.(Wikipedia)
Clifton area of Bristol, England, between 1821 and 1823 by the architect Sir Robert Smirke, who designed it in the Greek Revival style. It was a "Waterloo church", the only one in Bristol to receive government money from the first grant under the Church Building Act of 1818.
Van Morrison & Mose Allison - Everybody,s Crying Mercy (St. George's Hall Bristol, England ,1990) from Aart van Hoften on Vimeo.
zondag 28 februari 2016
Veel concertfragmenten en clips verzamelt voor mijn blog.Allemaal bewaart en leuk om ze weer eens tevoorschijn te halen. Dit is toch wel een van mijn favorieten.........
Dave Matthews Band feat.Warren Haynes - Cortez the Killer from Aart van Hoften on Vimeo.
"Cortez the Killer" is a song by Neil Young from his 1975 album, Zuma. It was recorded with Young's band Crazy Horse. It has since been ranked #39 on Guitar World's 100 Greatest Guitar Solos and #329 on Rolling Stone's list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.
Young has stated in concert that he wrote the song while studying history in high school in Winnipeg. According to Young's notes for the album Decade, the song was banned in Spain under Francisco Franco. According to El País and book author Xavier Valiño, the album Zuma was released in Spain in full following Franco's death, with the song renamed to the less inflammatory title "Cortez."