Angebote zu "Blues" (12 Treffer)

Cracker - Gentleman´S Blues
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Stand: 20.07.2019
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Cracker - Gentleman´S Blues
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Stand: 19.07.2019
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Big Golden Wheeler - Jump In
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(1997 ´Delmark´) (70:11/12) Sehr traditionelles Harmonicablues-Album, das nicht von ausgefeilter Technik, Lautstärke und Geschwindigkeit lebt. Höhepunkte sind die intensiven, eher ruhigen Momente in Wheelers Blues, bei denen der Großvater Songs mit viel Tiefgang vorträgt. Für Bluesfreunde mit Ohren zum Hören / very traditional style harmonica blues. No high-speed gimmicks, no volume turned up. Intense songs. This grandfather´s got something to tell. For fans with ears! BIG WHEELER - hca/voc, JAMES WHEELER - gtr, BOB STROGER - bass, BALDHEAD PETE - drums. Golden ´Big´ Wheeler was a young man when he left Beaconton, Georgia. He ended up in Chicago in July ´54 where he heard Little Walter playing at 38th and State. They soon became friends but Walter taught him more about the streets than about music. By ´56 Wheeler had his own band but was in and out of music for the next 35 years, working to feed his family. Now he´s into music full-time and the result, Jump In , is full of vibrant traditional blues. One listen to Wheeler´s swooping and soaring harmonica, new compositions, uique voice and wonderful accompaniment will make you feel what a groovy date this was. Whereas Wheeler´s first album, Bone Orchard (Delmark 661), featured a ´50s-styled two-guitars-and-drums setting Jump In features Golden ´Big´ Wheeler, vocals and harmonica; James Wheeler, guitar; Allen Batts, piano; Bob Stroger, bass; and Baldhead Pete, drums. This is a personal album from a personable blues gentleman so jump in!

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Stand: 06.04.2019
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Various - Chicago Ain´t Nothin´ But A Blues Band
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(1950s ´Atomic H´) (62:18/23) Eddy Clearwaters Onkel, Pfarrer H.H. Harrington, betrieb in den 50ern in seiner Kirche ein Aufnahmestudio und Label. Spannendes Album mit teils wildem Zeug, vieles davon unveröffentlicht With Eddy Clearwater, Sunnyland Slim, Morris Pejoe, Henry Gray, Jo Jo Williams, Little Mack Simmons and others. An explosion of nuclear-powered Chicago blues from 1958-´60 Atomic-H masters including many previously unissued recordings! A full hour containing 23 songs, most of which are not on the LP version. Atomic-H Records was a tiny label that recorded blues and gospel but only issued a few 45s. It was owned and operated by Rev. Houston H. Harrington who was also Eddy Clearwater´s uncle and was responsible for Eddy making his way to Chicago from Alabama. The CD of Chicago Ain´t Nothin´ But A Blues Band features new descriptive notes containing additional information about Atomic-H and personnels. ATOMIC-H RECORDS Let´s Us Do The Recording So stated the sign adorning the window of Rev. Houston H. Harrington´s church at 4314 W. 16th St on Chicago´s West Side. The reverend issued his share of gospel material during his long tenure as owner of Atomic-H. but the label´s fame resides in its blues activ-ities of the late 1950s. Rev. Harrington. you see. was a gentleman of wide-ranging musical interests. Born in Macon, Mississippi on March 3. 1924. Harrington dabbled in home recording down south but never issued anything on wax until well after he arrived in Chicago during the mid-1940s. The first Atomic sin-gle (the H came later), cut in late 1953 in Harrington´s basement studio at 1651 S. Trumbull and likely issued sometime in ´55. was credited to *lick & His Trio´´ (act-ually Homesick James). Harrington made countless demos for aspiring artists during the ´50s: legend has it that Chuck Berry, Magic Sam (it´s been suggested that the previously unissued and unidentified ´´Why Did We Have To Part?´´ on this album just may be Magic Sam), and the Staple Singers all utilized his facilities. Around 1958. Harrington grew more serious about his enterprise, releasing singles over the next few years by Jo Jo Williams, Eddy Clearwater. Morris Pejoe, Mighty Joe Young. Johnny Rogers. Tall Paul Hankins, and other Windy City blues artists on Atomic-H. He also issued a few of his own sermons, sometimes billing himself as ´´Rev. H.H. Harrington, God´s Star:´ The versatile preach-er also played violin and dreamed up unusual inven-tions—he drew up blueprints for a ´´Vertical Rising Jet Air Craft´´ and held a patent on ´´The World´s First Flying Submarine.´´ Delmark compiled an anthology of Atomic-H materi-al in 1972, but even if you own Chicago Ain´t Nothin´ But a Blues Band in its vinyl incarnation, this digital ver sion boasts more than its share of revelations—its pro-gramming has been changed and expanded. Many tracks are previously unissued: others haven´t seen light of day since Harrington pressed up his standard run of 500 copies on each single (ensuring instant collector´s item status for all). Rev. Harrington was a musical inspiration to his nephew Eddy even before the lean and lanky teen moved to Chicago in 1950. He bought Eddy an acoustic guitar when the youth was still living in Birmingham, Alabama. Billed initially on the West Side as Guitar Eddy, the southpaw adopted a new handle in 1957 when drummer Jump Jackson officially dubbed him Clear Waters as a takeoff on Muddy´s distinctive moniker. ´´My uncle was a big encouragement,´´ says Clear-water, long a Windy City blues mainstay. ´´He was the cause of me coming to Chicago, as a matter of fact. He was here already, and he had met people like Howlin´ Wolf. Elmore James. Little Walter. Little Mack Simmons. Muddy Waters. So he wrote me a letter saying, ´If you come to Chicago. you´ll get a chance to meet these peo-ple, and you could possibly broaden your horizons: I said. ´Send me a ticket!´ So he did. Sent me a ticket on a Greyhound bus, and I was on my way.´´ Eddy´s first two Atomic-H singles were credited to Clear Waters. In ´58 he entered Balkan Studios in suburban Berwyn to cut the jumping ´´Boogie Woogie Baby´´ (Lazy Bill Lucas pounds out some storming piano) and the rollicking Chuck Berry-tinged rocker ´´Hillbilly Blues.´´ His 1959 encore coupled the slashing West Side minor-key instrumental -A-Minor Cha-Cha´´ with a bouncy ´´I Don´t Know Why:´ They´re joined by two unissued Clearwater outings: ´´Neck-bones Everyday´´ salutes a downhome culinary delight,

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Stand: 20.06.2019
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That´s When The Blues Begins
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(2013 ´Vizztone´)(55:40/14) ZAC Harmon - gtr/voc, Finis Tasby - voc, Anson Fdunderburgh - gtr, James Goode - bass. Gentleman John Street - kbds, WES Starr - drums, RON Jones - sax, Steven Richardson - voc, Eric Przygocki - upright bass.

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Stand: 25.06.2019
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Ruff Kutt Blues Band - That´s When The Blues Be...
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(2013 ´Vizztone´)(55:40/14) ZAC HARMON - gtr/voc, FINIS TASBY - voc, ANSON FDUNDERBURGH - gtr, JAMES GOODE - bass. GENTLEMAN JOHN STREET - kbds, WES STARR - drums, RON JONES - sax, STEVEN RICHARDSON - voc, ERIC PRZYGOCKI - upright bass.

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Stand: 25.04.2019
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Robillard - Geils - Beaudoin - New Guitar Summi...
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(2004 ´Stony Plain´) (80:15/07) ´Recorded live at the Stoneham Theatre, New England´ - Live-Konzert plus Interviews (23 Min.) - Die drei Gitarristen spielen Material von ihrer Studio-CD sowie drei Nummern, die noch nicht veröffentlicht waren. Ein schönes jazziges Konzert dreier älterer Herren / Live concert (57 mins) plus interviews. The three gentleman perform material from their studio album, plus three cuts they had not previously recorded. Nice bluesy jazz concert. JAY GEILS - gtr, DUKE ROBILLARD - gtr/voc, GERRY BEAUDOIN - gtr/voc, JOHN TURNER - bass, GORDON GROTTENTHALER - drums. - - (Farbe/color, Regional code: O, 16:9 picture format, NTSC, Stereo).

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And now... Ladies & Gentlemen
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Beide leiden unter Blackouts. Beide wollen ihre Vergangenheit hinter sich lassen: Der Gangster Valentin - mehr Gentleman als Räuber - inszeniert seine Coups mit Eleganz und Raffinesse. Er setzt Segel in ein neues Leben und träumt davon, seine Opfer zu entschädigen. Jane singt ihren Blues über verschmähte Liebe in marokkanischen Hotels. Ein Juwelendiebstahl verbindet den Betrüger und die Sängerin, ihr Alibi schweißt sie zusammen.

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And now... Ladies & Gentlemen
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Beide leiden unter Blackouts. Beide wollen ihre Vergangenheit hinter sich lassen: Der Gangster Valentin - mehr Gentleman als Räuber - inszeniert seine Coups mit Eleganz und Raffinesse. Er setzt Segel in ein neues Leben und träumt davon, seine Opfer zu entschädigen. Jane singt ihren Blues über verschmähte Liebe in marokkanischen Hotels. Ein Juwelendiebstahl verbindet den Betrüger und die Sängerin, ihr Alibi schweißt sie zusammen.

Anbieter: reBuy.de
Stand: 05.07.2019
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