Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by bjarmson, Mar 24, 2006.
Bob Smith- The Visit (1970)
That's great! I'm suprised about Jimmy but I love his work also. I've actually seen Jimmy a few times and meet him at the merch table. Never saw SRV live
John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers
Eagle Records, 2002.
I've been coming back to this one a lot recently.
I met Jimmie after a show once, too. Seemed like a cool guy.
Great show. He had Lou Ann Barton with him.
I never got to see SRV. Came close right before he died, but the travel time and a work commitment nixed it.
The closest I got was seeing Double Trouble back up Susan Tedeschi in her earlier years.
In the beginning.... 2/22/34
1998 Classic (DVD-A) DAD 1020
My CD/LP/TAPE Collection
As far as the lady singers, Barbara is right up there with Ella and Billie IMHO
What's the deal with this one?
I'm not too up on Dane.
I think the only thing I have is Livin' With The Blues. It's part of a Benny Carter Swingin' The 20s CD reissue. I think those guys were a part of the Dane album.
Most of Barbara Dane's stuff is more folk but when she sings blues or jazz it's awesome. She did a lot of socialist-protest stuff in the 60's & 70's and while I don't really like mixing the music with politics, I still listen to and enjoy it. She did an album with the Chambers Brothers that I think is quite good. There is a CD she put out around 2000 called "What Are you Gonna Do When There Ain't No Jazz"
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