woensdag 1 februari 2017

John Mayall - Jazz Blues Fusion (1972) live!

                                Olympia Parijs May 19th May  1972

   California /The Laws Must Change,

 Freddy Robinson - lead guitar,Larry Taylor - bass guitar,John Mayall - vocals, piano, guitar, harmonica,Ron Selico - percussion,Blue Mitchell - trumpet,Clifford Solomon - alto & tenor saxophone




Randy Newman (feat.Ry Cooder) - Lets Burn Down The Cornfield

12 Songs is the second studio album by American singer-songwriter Randy Newman, released in April 1970 by Reprise Records. It features a swampy style of roots music with introspective, satirical songwriting. "Have You Seen My Baby?", the album's only single, was released in May.
When 12 Songs was first released, it was well received and has since garnered retrospective acclaim from critics such as Robert Christgau and Rolling Stone, both of whom cite it as one of the best albums of all time.

                 Lets Burn Down The Cornfield

This album has none of the insecurity of Newman's first release "Randy Newman." On that album, Newman relied heavily on walls of orchestra for backing. On this album, Newman abandons the orchestra almost with a vengence. This album is made up mostly of songs with a small band. There is heavy slide guitar on some tracks thanks to Ry Cooder, and some of Newman's best songs are here.

Ry Cooder - gitaar,Ron Elliott - gitaar,Jim Gordon - drums,Roy Harte - percussie,Milt Holland - percussie,Al McKibbon - basgitaar,Randy Newman - piano, zang,Gene Parsons - drums,Lyle Ritz- basgitaar,Clarence White - gitaar

dinsdag 31 januari 2017

Roy Buchanan - Roy,s Blues (Bluz)

                           Live at Jonathan,s Swift - Cambridge 26 Dec. 1986


Roy Buchanan - Roy,s Blues door  morrisanddylan


                                                           from the Album "Live Stock"



maandag 30 januari 2017

Steve Marriot & Alexis Corner - Music Laden (1975)

 
Jam-Sessie Jazz Bilzen 1968 van L. naar R. Chris Farlow ,Cuby,Alexis Corner,Steve Marriot.

Bij het zien van deze heren gaan mijn gedachten terug naar het jaar 1968 en ons eerste grote festival Jazz Bilzen. Ook toen stonden allebei op podium tijdens een geweldige jam- sessie als afsluiting van de Zaterdagavond. Samen met Cuby & The Blizzards ,in die tijd onze favoriete bluesband,The Small Faces (de band van Steve) en Chris Farlow.


One Scotch,One Wiskey,One Beer

 "One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer" (or "One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer" as it was originally titled) is a blues song written by Rudy Toombs and recorded by Amos Milburn in 1953. It is one of several drinking songs recorded by Milburn in the early 1950s that placed in the top ten of the Billboard R&B chart.Other artists have popularized the song, including John Lee Hooker in 1966 and George Thorogood in 1977.




Slow Down

 "Slow Down" is a 24-bar blues written and performed by Larry Williams. Released as a single in 1958, it was a rhythm and blues hit that influenced the growing Rock & Roll movement of the time. It was released as a 7" single (45RPM). The A-Side was "Dizzy Miss Lizzy" and the B-Side was "Slow Down", which were both covered by The Beatles in 1964 and 1965, respectively.



Get Off Of My Cloud

  "Get Off of My Cloud" is a song by the English rock band The Rolling Stones.It was written as a follow-up single to the successful "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction". The song topped the charts in the United States and the United Kingdom in the weeks following its release in November 1965.


Alexis Korner (19 April 1928 – 1 January 1984) was a blues musician and radio broadcaster, who has sometimes been referred to as "a founding father of British Blues".A major influence on the sound of the British music scene in the 1960s,[2] Korner was instrumental in bringing together various English blues musicians.


Stephen Peter "Steve" Marriott (30 January 1947 – 20 April 1991) was an English musician, songwriter and frontman of two notable rock and roll bands, spanning over two decades. Marriott is remembered for his powerful singing voice which belied his small stature, and for his aggressive approach as a guitarist in mod rock bands Small Faces (1965–1969) and Humble Pie (1969–1975 and 1980–1981). Marriott was inducted posthumously into the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame in 2012 as a member of Small Faces.