Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by bjarmson, Mar 24, 2006.
Los Fabulocos featuring Kid Ramos
Instead of St Patties Day im celebrating James Cotton Day R.I.P Heavens got another great harp player now.
North Mississippi Allstars
not so much a blues record but it sounds good so far
Various - American Folk Blues Festival '69
Albert Collins - The Complete Imperial Recordings
That's a great change of pace album for a blues fan, IMO.
Have you checked out any of The Mannish Boys' stuff? Some tasty Ramos there, too.
Great group, with or without him.
Delta Groove is(or is it was?) a great label.
I have at least a couple of their CD's but only played one so far. Did not know Ramos played with them. I'll need to dig into them again.
I got his first on Imperial way back when. It took me a while to get into it, it sounded a lot like funk to me. But it is innovative for its day and I appreciate it much more now. The story about Canned Heat taking him on tour which gave him exposure is worth checking out.
Derek And The Dominos
New York City, NY
19 October 1970
I don't think he's on all them, their lineup is always changing.
The good news is if he's not, you'll most likely get Kirk 'Eli' Fletcher, or Frank 'Paris Slim' Goldwasser on guitar.
The second time I saw TMB all three of them were up on stage! Crazy.
Will do. I seem to recall that story, but forget the details. I'll give it a re-read.
Yeah, a lot of Collins stuff is funky. I like it, but the blues+funk thing gets into picky territory for me.
getting in touch with my softer side
Lou Ann Barton
American Beat Records
Blue Corn Music
Fleetwood Mac – Fleetwood Mac In Chicago. Featuring: Otis Spaan / Willie Dixon / Shaket Horton / J.T. Brown / Guitar Buddy / Honeyboy Edwards / S.P. Leary. 2x LP, 1969
1975 Reissue. Previously titled “Blues Jam At Chess.” Freakin' awesome.
Since I've Been Loving You
Led Zep III
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