Freddie King Ain’t nobody’s Business

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Freddie King Ain’t nobody’s Business

I guess it one of the best perfomance of this cool blues standart. Freddie singing from the deep of his heart

Official Bio :

Freddie was born in Gilmer Texas on September 3 1934 with the given name of Freddy King to Ella May King and J.T. Christian. My father’s mother told him that her grandfather ( who was a full-blooded Choctaw Indian) prophesied to her that she would have a child that will stir the souls of millions and inspire and influence generations. My grandmother and her brother Leon played the guitar. Freddie’s mother recognized early her first born interest in music. She and her brother Leon began teaching him to play rural country blues at the age of six. His early music heroes were Sam Lightnin Hopkins (who he credits his proficiency of the down home thumb-finger picken style) and Louis Jordan (the jump blues saxophonist). He told me that he would play Jordan’s record over and over again until he could match his horn, note for note. This discipline would have a major impact on his phrasing. 

His first guitar was a silvertone acoustic. His most prized guitar at that time was his Roy Roger acoustic. In a interview years later he recalled going to the general store to order it. The store owner asked him if his mother knew he was trying to order a guitar on her store account. Freddie replied ” no”. The store owner told him to get permission. His mother said “no”. She told him, “if you want a new guitar you will have to work for it.” He stated that he picked cotton just long enough to earn the money to purchase a Roger’s guitar. 

Freddie-King

Woodoo Child Girl’s Awesome Cover of Hendrix on a Gayageum

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Woodoo Child Girl’s Awesome Cover of Hendrix on a Gayageum

The gayageum or kayagum is a traditional Korean zither-like string instrument, with 12 strings.

 

ERIC SARDINAS TRIBUTE TO STEVIE RAY

BLUES

ERIC Sardinas OMAGGIO A STEVIE RAY

alla vigilia della ricorrenza della morte di Stevie Ray Vaughan, Eric Sardinas gioca un tributo commovente.

2014 Tour
 

Luglio ’14
04/07/14 Mont-Tremblant, QC, Tremblant Festival Internazionale del Blues
06/07/14 Toronto, ON, di Hugh Camera
11/07/14 Getafe, Spagna, Cultura Inquieta Festival
12/07/14 Dax, Francia, Motori n ‘Blues
19/07/14 Saint-Julien-en-Genevois, FR, Guitare en Scene

Ottobre ’14
09/10/14 Las Vegas, NV, Boulder Station Casino

ERIC Sardinas OMAGGIO A STEVIE RAY

 

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Eric Sardinas diapositive Blues Forza

Eric Sardinas per Young Guitar Magazine
. Aperto G e Open D con un capo al 2 ° Fret.

Raul Midon & India Arie – Jealous Guy nsj 2007

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Raul Midon & India Arie – Jealous Guy nsj 2007

About Raul Midon:

Singer-songwriter and guitarist Raul Midón has earned renown as one of music’s most distinctive and searching voices. He is “a one-man band who turns a guitar into an orchestra and his voice into a chorus,” according to The New York Times. Midón has collaborated with such heroes as Herbie Hancock and Stevie Wonder, along with contributing to recordings by Jason Mraz, Queen Latifah and Snoop Dogg and the soundtrack to Spike Lee’s She Hate Me. The New Mexico native, blind since birth, has released seven albums since 1999, including the hit studio productions State of Mind (Manhattan/EMI, 2005), A World Within a World (Manhattan/EMI, 2007) and Synthesis (Decca/Universal, 2009). Midón’s most recent release is the captivating CD/DVD Invisible Chains – Live from NYC. Attuned listeners can hear the inspirations of Donny Hathaway and Richie Havens in his work, as well as Sting and Paul Simon. But Midón’s questing musicality makes him, as the Huffington Post put it, “a free man beyond category.”

About India Arie 

Sometimes you have to step back to move forward. Coming to that realization—let alone taking that crucial first step—can be a daunting endeavor. Now on the other side of a self-imposed four-year hiatus, India.Arie returns with the most illuminating album of her career.

SongVersation (Soulbird/Motown, June 25) reunites the Grammy-winning singer/songwriter/producer with longtime writing partner/co-producer Shannon Sanders. Recorded in Atlanta and Los Angeles, India.Arie’s fifth studio album features additional production from singer/songwriter David Ryan Harris and songwriter Michael Ruff. The result is a compelling snapshot of her hard-won breakthrough to simultaneous personal and artistic growth.

“This is where I’ve been for the last four years,” reflects the singer. “I’ve struggled most of my career to feel comfortable with how things were, how I was treated, the politics of the music industry. I needed to pull back from the public eye to ground myself and rebuild my life and career. It’s a process many of us go through: spiritual maturation, spiritual awakening, clearing out the old and starting anew.”

Raul Midon and India Arie at North Sea Jazz

The Thrill Is Gone / Ben Poole (UK)

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The Thrill Is Gone / Ben Poole (UK)

feat.Layla Zoe @ Blue Notez Club Dortmund / Germany 2014-02-14

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Layla Zoe Bio :

Named “Canada’s Darling of the Blues” by the press and often compared to Janis Joplin for her raw and emotional performances on stage, Layla Zoe was born in British Columbia, Canada in the late 70’s. Raised on her father’s love of the blues and a diverse record collection, she started singing at an early age and had her first experiences on stage with her father’s band at age fourteen. Now after releasing seven albums (You Will, Shades of Blue, Live at Errington Hall, Hoochie Coochie Woman, The Firegirl, Sleep Little Girl and The Lily), penning a self-published book of poetry (Diary of a Firegirl), and moving from BC to Toronto to Montreal in the past 7 years, Layla has gained a reputation as one of the hardest working young blues women in Canada.

Tour

Tour

Bio Ben Poole

F***ing amazing! I loved his playing…I really loved his playing!” – JEFF BECK

“A Really great player!” – GARY MOORE

“This is a young man to look out for as he is no doubt a rising talent and should be supported when he comes to a local venue.” – ‘BLUES MATTERS’ MAGAZINE

“Unbelievable! It’s very refreshing to hear someone in today’s time who reminds me of the guys who inspired me when I was young. He’ll be a household name someday for sure…Amazing!” – RICHIE KOTZEN

“Great tracks, great guitar and vocal live…one great special player!” – BERNIE TORME (Ozzy Osbourne, Ian Gillan/Deep Purple)

Jean-Jacques MILTEAU Shake your money maker

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Jean-Jacques MILTEAU Shake your money maker

Official Bio

Listening to one of Sonny Terry’s albums touched Jean-Jacques Milteau to the core, although he did confess, “I’d already heard a bit of harmonica…”. So we can just imagine this young Parisian born in 1950 and living in the 13th arrondissement, not far from the Porte d’Italie, and how his childhood and youth must have been lulled by one of the chromatic instruments of someone like Albert Raisner. The latter, once past the golden age of his second trio (i.e. 1947 – 1953) had now become a radio and TV star, and had been broadcasting bravura pieces such as Le Canari since 1959. Or maybe Milteau, like most of his fellow-countrymen, didn’t even know Jean Wetzel’s name but been nourished, perhaps even to excess, on his mouth organ – Jean was that enigmatic performer (1954) of Jean Wiener’s theme specially composed for the film Touchez Pas Au Grisbi. Here indeed was stuff to render the ears of a young man more sensitive, forge them even, but from there to inspiring a true vocation, there’s a whole world ! And that world is the Blues.

Discography

Consideration – 2011 “Galvin, Milteau, Robinson, Smyth” GMRS

- Harmonicas – 2009 The Best of JJM Harmonica Work

- Bastille Blues – 1999 JJM Instrumental
- Merci d’être venus – 1996 JJM invites “La crème de la chanson française”
- Routes – 1994 Instrumental souvenirs
- Live – 1992 @ the Utopia Club & @ the Zenith
- Explorer – 1991 Instrumental, Victoires de la Musique

Larry Carlton and Robben Ford

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Larry Carlton and Robben Ford

Larry Carlton’s own musical story began in Southern California. He picked up his first guitar when he was only six years old. He was introduced to jazz in junior high school after hearing The Gerald Wilson Big Band album, Moment of Truth, with guitarist Joe Pass. Larry then became interested in Barney Kessel, Wes Montgornery and the legendary blues guitarist B.B. King. Saxophonist John Coltrane was also a major influence on Carlton, beginning with Coltrane’s 1962 classic Ballads.

Robben Ford is one of the premier electric guitarists today, particularly known for his blues playing, as well as his ability to be comfortable in a variety of musical contexts. A five-time Grammy nominee, he has played with artists as diverse as Joni Mitchell, Jimmy Witherspoon, Miles Davis, George Harrison, Phil Lesh, Bonnie Raitt, Michael McDonald, Bob Dylan, John Mayall, Greg Allman, John Scofield, Susan Tedeschi, Keb Mo, Larry Carlton, Mavis Staples, Brad Paisley, and many others. (See Discography)

Born in 1951 in Woodlake, California, and raised in Ukiah, Robben was the third of four sons in a musical family. His father Charles was a country and western singer and guitarist before entering the army and marrying Kathryn, who played piano and had a lovely singing voice. Robben’s first chosen instrument was the saxophone, which he began to play at age ten and continued to play into his early twenties. He began to teach himself guitar at age thirteen upon hearing the two guitarists fromThe Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Michael Bloomfield and Elvin Bishop. In the late 1960’s, Ford frequented the Fillmore and Winterland auditoriums in San Francisco to see Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Cream, Led Zeppelin, Albert King, B.B. King and all of the progenitors of blues. “It was an incredible time for electric guitar,” Robben recalls.

Larry Carlton and Robben Ford

 

 

Little Red Rooster – Savoy Brown – LIVE

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Little Red Rooster – Savoy Brown – LIVE

Kim Simmonds rocked our world at San Juan Capistrano’s CoachHouse Concert Hall. A night to remember indeed, the crowd was barkin’ and howlin’ all night long!! Special thanks and shout out to Gary and Clyde at the Coachhouse for making this video possible.
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Savoy Brown 2011:
Kim Simmonds – Guitar
Joe Whiting – Vocals
Garnet Grimm – Drums
Pat DeSalvo – Bass

Little Red Rooster - Savoy Brown - LIVE

 

History of Savoy Brown​

Originally called the Savoy Brown Blues Band, this group can rightly take credit for cutting the farewell anthem of the 1960s British blues boom, in the form of a modern blues aptly titled “Train to Nowhere.” Historically as well as musically, this song remains a sad reminder that by the time of its 1969 release as a single, most original blues were no longer commercially viable in Britain, as more and more blues clubs closed their doors for good.

Within four years of the bands formation, however, they had become a major league live act in America. At home in Britain, they weren’t so lucky, and never really broke out of the club scene despite founder/guitarist Kim Simmonds’s (b. December 5, 1947; Newbridge, South Wales) persistence as the band’s only continuous member.

​Today, critics believe that one reason for Savoy Brown’s inability to gain a foothold in Britain was its high personnel turnover, but these frequent lineup changes also led to some noteworthy ensembles. Many consider that the recordings featuring Chris Youlden’s rich vocals and songwriting augmented by Kim Simmonds’s jazz-tinged, fluent blues guitar, were Savoy Brown’s finest work; this being especially so on such late-1960s cuts as “She’s Got a Ring in His Nose and a Ring on Her Hand” (a classy swing-blues) and the completely different and desolate groove of “Mr. Downchild.” The early-1970s also saw some interesting personnel changes including a collaboration with Chicken Shack’s Stan Webb (when the band also was known as the Boogie Brothers).

Robert Cray Cookin’ in Mobile 2010

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Robert Cray: Cookin’ in Mobile 2010

Cookin’ In Mobile is a live CD/DVD released by five-time Grammy award winner Robert Cray. It was released on July 27, 2010, through Vanguard Records. It is his first live concert released on DVD to date, and his third live album. The concert was recorded February 21, 2010 at the historic Saenger Theatre in Mobile Alabama.

Songwriters: PUGH, JAMES R. / HANES, JOHN D.

Robert Cray – Our Last Time Lyrics

Robert Cray Band Official Site

 

As soon as the sweat begins to dry
And you begin to forget why you came
You can’t even look me in the eye
When you remember your good nameAnd by the time that you step out of shower
And start to dry your hair
You have long since ceased to care about
Our last timeWhile you put your make up on
I watch you yawn and check your watch
It’s all reflected in the mirror
You’re already miles away from hereAnd as you watch me watch you slip into your dress
And your high heels you know just how I feel
To be the last to ever know about
Our last time, our last timeThe you put your perfume on
Your string of pearls and your diamond rings
And take one last look around the room
To see if you’ve left anything

And as you leave you turn and blow a kiss
And tell me that it sure was fun
And what I thought had just begun
Has just become our last time
And what I thought had just begun
Has just become our last time, our last time

 

Anytime Lyrics

I could be the one
That you talk to
Anytime

I could you make you coffee
Cream and sugar
Anytime

Come to my house
Sit by the window
You’ll always have someone to talk to
Anytime

You can drop by
Late at night
Anytime

Come around here
Early in the morning
Anytime

I’m available today for you to see
It’s easy to forget the way???
Love used to be

Some days I fold the towels
Maybe I’ll watch a game
I’m not lonely, I’m doing ok, ya see
I almost forgot her name

If you want to talk lost love
I’m here
Anytime

(Solo)

I read the paper on Sunday
That takes about a week right there
I never answer the telephone, see
That way I’m never here

If you want to talk lost love I’m here
Anytime

Mmmmmm
Mmmmmm

If you want to talk lost love I’m here

I could be the one

Any???
Anytime

We can sit by the window
Yes we can

Talk about lost love

Love???

(Guitar outro)

LOVE 2009 Lyrics

Wasting away my life, going through emotions
Everyday is the same, go out and play the game
All my life I’ve been searching for someone new
Not sure what to do, then I found you

Love comes and goes
Don’t you agree?
This time it stays with you and me
Well, that’s how it’s gonna be, love

(Incomprehensible) before, can always walk out
Always ends the same, all my love’s in vain
So I keep my head up and look the other way, yes
Never really knowing, no, no, if it can happen someday

You know that love comes and goes
Don’t you agree?
This time it stays with you and me
Well, that’s how it’s gonna be

If you let me love you, baby
Oh yeah, yeah, yeah

Love comes and goes
Don’t you agree?
But this time it stays with you and me
Oh, that’s how it’s gonna be, love

Don’t you know that love comes and goes?
Don’t you agree?
This time it stays with you and me
Oh, that’s how it’s gonna be, baby

If you let me love you, baby
Oh, oh, yes, yeah
Oh, that’s how it’s gonna be, love
Oh, that’s how it’s gonna be, be, yeah

I keep my head up, look the other way
Till I find, yes, till I find myself somebody to love
To love, to love, yeah, yeah, yeah
Till I find, I just gotta keep looking, man

Till I find, oh yeah
Till I find love, love, love 2009