Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by bjarmson, Mar 24, 2006.
Robben Ford - Into The Sun
2015 - Provogue - PRD 7454 1
European Union Pressing
Canned Heat - Kings of the Boogie
1985 - Platinum - PLP 20
West Germany Pressing
Was it you that posted this one before, or somebody else?
Either way, a Hollywood Fats sighting has happened, and needs to be pointed out.
Speaking of which, I planned on spinning his band's(sans Fats) Soul Sanctuary album today.
Yesterday had some Studebaker John on the stereo; Tremolux and Born To Win.
Jimmy Dawkins- All For Business
Another great Delmark recording with Otis Rush and Big Voice Odom
Otis Rush- Right Place, Wrong Time
Jimmy Dawkins- Fast Fingers
Earl Hooker - Two Bugs and a Roach
Jimi called him "the master of the wah-wah pedal " and disciple of Robert Nighthawk
Robert Nighthawk- Bricks in my Pillow
John Lee Hooker - The Legendary Modern Recordings 1948-1954
And cousin of Earl Hooker
I just picked up this CD at a local thrift. ($1)
I am spinning it now, I'm at the second to last song.
Sadly they didn't do much, if anything to remaster the songs.
Some have way to much noise.
Some sound like they just recorded off an old LP.
Modern software can easily fix this.
Even back in 1993 when this was released.
Then again maybe it is the best they could do, some of these songs were recorded in the 20's and 30's.
The ones recorded in the 60's sound mighty fine.
I need to read the insert. Perhaps I will get some insight.
Lately, Iv'e been really digging Jimmy Dawkins on You Tube, while at work.
I also found this CD this week at a local thrift. ($1)
I gave a spin a few hours ago.
Big Walter Horton- Live at the Knickerbocker
With Ronnie Earl and Sugar Ray
Good live set
Otis Rush- Cold Day in Hell
Muddy Waters- The Chess Box , disc 3
With Earl Hooker on "You Shook Me" and "You Need Love "
Albert King- Blues at Sunset (Live at Wattstax and Montreux")
If you're talking about the stuff like Charley Patton on that disc, not much is going to improve the sound of his recordings. Besides being really old recordings, Paramount was notorious for cheaping out.
Otis Blue - Otis Redding
-B/-A, mono press.
Excellent collection of early Gatemouth Brown songs on 2 CDs.
Many of these are covered in later recordings but this collection is more "raw".
Lots of super music getting posted on here.
I came across this one at PJ's, in Ann Arbor.
I hope you can read the back jacket notes.
In case you can't, it's about Chuck and Bo getting together
and turning out these spontaneous Blues.
The Bo Diddley track, When the Saints Go Marching In "Bo Diddley", is pretty cool.
The whole album is fine.
How could I resist?
They each play a solo track.
And they play together twice for extended improvised sessions, like 10:30 and 14:00 minutes, all unrehearsed.
... and meanwhile, over in Chicago... more Blues.
... just a lettin' the good times roll.
This was in 1966.
Johnny Young, Otis Spann, James Cotton, Jimmy Lee Morris, and S.P. Leary.
s/t - Taste
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