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donderdag 26 mei 2016

Jason Ricci & Te Bad Kind - live at The Shack (22 May 2016 )

                                   Foto Bert Lek

Mooie opnames van Jason Ricci in The Shack.Hoewel ik nog nooit in deze club aanwezig ben geweest ,heb ik ,mede door de mooie filmpjes van Rene Brons,wel een idee hoe het er daar uit ziet.
De progammering is het in ieder geval in orde ,zeker als je Jason en zijn band op het podium hebt staan.Drie weken eerder zag ik hem op het grote podium van het Moulin Blues Festival in Ospel (zie  blogberichten).Het was een van de hoogtepunten ,en het is mooi om te zien dat hij ook in zo,n intiemere locatie volledig tot zin recht komt

The Band

Jason Ricci - Harmonica & Vocals; John Lisi - Guitar; Sam Hotchkiss - Guitar; Andy Kurz- Bass; Adam Baumol - Dums




                               Foto Bert Lek                         

                                                    The Shack

                 Jason Ricci & The Bad Kind Moulin Blues (May 7th 2016)

dinsdag 24 mei 2016

Happy Birthday Bob Dylan !! ( May 24, 1941)

                              Bob Dylan born Robert Allen Zimmerman, May 24, 1941)

                            Bob 75 jaar,muzikaal genie en meer 50 jaar plezier van deze man. Natuurlijk ook     op   mijn blog een regelmatige verschijning,Hiervoor veel filmpjes en foto,s  verzameld en mede naar aanleiding van zijn verjaardag er nog eens een paar tevoorschijn te halen.Een willekeurige keuze ....

                                           Song to Woody
 "Song to Woody" is one of the first ever songs written by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, released on his eponymous debut album Bob Dylan in 1962. The song conveys Dylan's appreciation of folk legend Woody Guthrie. The tune is based on Guthrie's song "1913 Massacre". The song also makes references to icons such as Cisco Houston, Sonny Terry and Lead Belly whose music Dylan appreciated. The line "that come with the dust and are gone with the wind" quotes the line "we come with the dust and we go with the wind" in Guthrie's song "Pastures of Plenty". (Wikipedia)


                                            I Believe inYou (Slow Train Comin)


                            "Mississippi" is the second song on Bob Dylan's 2001 album Love and Theft. The song was originally recorded during the Time Out of Mind sessions (demo sessions in Fall 1996; official album sessions in January 1997), but it was ultimately left off the album. Dylan rerecorded the song for Love and Theft in May 2001. Described as having beauty and gravitas, the song features a pop chord progression and with a riff and lyrical theme similar to "Stuck Inside of Mobile with the Memphis Blues Again".(wikipedia)       


                 "Like a Rolling Stone" is a 1965 song by the American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan. Its confrontational lyrics originated in an extended piece of verse Dylan wrote in June 1965, when he returned exhausted from a grueling tour of England. Dylan distilled this draft into four verses and a chorus. "Like a Rolling Stone" was recorded a few weeks later as part of the sessions for the forthcoming album Highway 61 Revisited. (wikipedia)


                                          Most of The Time (O Mercy)


                     "Shelter from the Storm" is a song by Bob Dylan, released on his 15th studio album, Blood on the Tracks, in 1975.

That Old Black Magic This song is by Bob Dylan and appears on the album Fallen Angels (2016).

zondag 22 mei 2016

The Isley Brothers - Ohio / Machine Gun (The Palace Theater Dec.17th 1980)

                                The Isley Brothers
Ronals Isley - lead and background vocals.O,Kelly Isley jr - vocals,Rudolf Isley -vocals
Erny Isley -guitar/drums.Marvin Isley -bass.Chris Jasper -keys/piano


  Givin' It Back is the ninth album released by The Isley Brothers on their T-Neck imprint on September 25, 1971.[1] After years of having white rock acts covering their most famed material, particularly, "Shout" and "Twist and Shout", the Isleys decided to do the same to music made famous by white artists such as Stephen Stills, Eric Burdon and Neil Young. Among the songs they covered were "Spill the Wine", "Love the One You're With", the social commentary medley of "Ohio" and "Machine Gun" (from Jimi Hendrix), "Fire and Rain" by James Taylor and Bob Dylan's "Lay Lady Lay". The Isleys' perseverance paid off when their covers of "Love the One You're With", "Lay Lady Lay" and "Spill the Wine" became charted hits.[2] Bill Withers plays guitar on the Isleys' version of his "Cold Bologna".[1]