Beetje "vergeten" filmpje op mijn een van mijn externe discs .Muddy Waters met een prachtige uitvoering van "Got My Mojo Working" Het jaar moet 1973 geweest zijn maar geen idee waar dit is opgenomen.Een hoofdrol in de band voor mondharmonicaspeler George "Mojo" Buford en ook opvallend drummer Willy "Big Eyes" Smith,wat een kanjer!
Verder op gitaar Hollywood Fats en Bob Margolin.
Got My Mojo Working
"Got My Mojo Working" geschreven door Preston Foster (1956)en voor het eerst opgenomen door
Foto Robert Cooper Robin Leonard Trower (Catford, 9 maart 1945) is en Britsgitarist, in eerste instantie succesvol met Procol Harum en daarna met zijn eigen trio, de Robin Trower Band.
Trower bespeelt van jongs af aan de Fender Stratocaster, en Fender heeft een signature Robin Trower gitaar gefabriceerd
Robin Trower – guitar
James Dewar – bass, vocals
Bill Lordan – drums
In 1975 Bill Lordan joined Robin Trower's band debuting on the album For Earth Below. He stayed with Trower until 1981, his last recording during his stint being the B.L.T. album with Jack Bruce.
He played with the Darrell Mansfield Band and the Dave Steffen Band
before starting his own band, The Bill Lordan Experiment, in 2000
At Dykebar Hospital in Paisley, Scotland, Dewar died in May 2002 of a stroke
after years of disability reportedly resulting from a medical error
which damaged his brain in 1987. His funeral was held at Paisley's
Warren Haynes has split so much of his career between the Allman Brothers Band and Gov’t Mule that he hasn’t devoted much time to his solo work. That’s about to change on July 24 with the release of Ashes and Dust, only the third record issued under his own name. On Neil McCormick's Needle Time Warren perfomed 3 songs of that album
Warren Haynes (born April 6, 1960) is an American musician,
singer and songwriter. A Grammy Award-winning artist, Haynes has been
recognized as a cornerstone of the American music landscape and revered
as one of the finest guitar players in the world. Throughout his
prolific career as part of three of the greatest live groups in rock
history – The Allman Brothers Band, Gov't Mule[ and The Dead– his virtuosic artistry has led to thousands of unforgettable performances and millions of album and track sales.
Ashes & Dust was met with generally positive reviews from music critics. Thom Jurek of AllMusic said, "While Ashes & Dust
doesn't really add anything "new" to Haynes' musical profile—fans
already knew this was here—there are some fine benchmarks: his singing
has never used such a range of dynamics before; for once he lets the
song dictate his expression.
Others are tight songwriting and arranging craft—especially when fleshed
out by the almost limitless creativity of Railroad Earth. Ashes & Dust is a worthy and welcome addition to Haynes' catalog." Jonathan Frahm of PopMatters
said, "Someone most widely known by a wide margin for his work as a
rocker, Haynes shows off his Americana side in just as seamlessly great a
manner as he had any other performance in the past. In doing so, he
simultaneously proves his prowess as a competent musician given any
platform to toy with, and that labels in the first place might just be