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zaterdag 13 februari 2016

Roy Buchanan - When A Guitar Plays The Blues

Roy Buchanan (September 23, 1939 – August 14, 1988) was an American guitarist and blues musician. A pioneer of the Telecaster sound,[1] Buchanan worked as both a sideman and solo artist, with two gold albums early in his career,[2] and two later solo albums that made it on to the Billboard chart. Despite never having achieved stardom, he is still considered a highly influential guitar player.


When a Guitar Plays the Blues is a 1985 album by American guitarist and Blues musician Roy Buchanan. This was his first record for Alligator Records. It was recorded and mixed by Justin Niebank, mastered by Tom Coyne and produced by Roy Buchanan, Dick Shurman and Bruce Iglauer. All songs were written by Buchanan.

vrijdag 12 februari 2016

Neil Young - Looking Forward


Looking Forward is the fourteenth album by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, and the third studio album by the quartet. It was released on Reprise Records in 1999

                 Album Looking Forward  CSN & Y

donderdag 11 februari 2016

Tupelo Honey with Hal Ketchum,Albert Lee,Emmylou Harris,Rodney Crowell and Carlene Carter

     Hal Michael Ketchum (born April 9, 1953) is an American country music artist. He has released 11 studio albums since 1986, including nine for the Curb and Asylum-Curb labels.

Tupelo Honey with Hal Ketchum,Albert Lee,Emmylou Harris ,RodneyCrowell and Carlene Carter from Aart van Hoften on Vimeo.


 Tupelo Honey is from the fifth studio album by Northern Irish singer-songwriter Van Morrison. It was released in October 1971 by Warner Bros. Records. Morrison had written all of the songs on the album in Woodstock, New York, before his move to Marin County, California, except for "You're My Woman", which he wrote during the recording sessions. Recording began at the beginning of the second quarter of 1971 at the Wally Heider Studios, San Francisco. Morrison moved to the Columbia Studios in May 1971 to complete the album.

                                                 Van Morrison

dinsdag 9 februari 2016

Gillian Welch & David Rawlings - Mr. Tambourin Man

                                                Gillian Welch & David Rawlings
                            Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival,Banjo Stage,Golden Gate Park
                                          San Francisco, California,October 3, 2015

Gillian Welch & David Rawlings  - Mr.Tambourin Man from Aart van Hoften on Vimeo.
  Mr. Tambourin Man (Bob Dylan)

"Mr. Tambourine Man" was written and composed by Dylan in early 1964, at the same approximate time as "Chimes of Freedom," which Dylan recorded later that spring for his album Another Side of Bob Dylan.[1][2] Dylan began writing and composing "Mr. Tambourine Man" in February 1964, after attending Mardi Gras in New Orleans during a cross-country road trip with several friends, and completed it sometime between the middle of March and late April of that year after he had returned to New York.[1] Nigel Williamson has suggested in The Rough Guide to Bob Dylan that the influence of Mardi Gras can be heard in the swirling and fanciful imagery of the song's lyrics. Journalist Al Aronowitz has claimed that Dylan completed the song at his home, but folk singer Judy Collins, who later covered the song, has stated that Dylan completed the song at her home.Dylan premiered the song the following month at a May 17 concert at London's Royal Festival Hall.(Wikipedia)

zondag 7 februari 2016