Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by bjarmson, Mar 24, 2006.
I don't really love that album but I do think he plays a mean slide
Various artists - “Deep Blue: 25 Years of Blues on Rounder Records” (disc 2)
Yeah, I find it a bit hit/miss, personally.
Alligator has put out a ton of great blues, but many of the 90s/2000s stuff has that going on.
A bit of a too slick house sound so to speak, IMO.
He’s definitely a guy to see live if you get the chance.
Quite the sight seeing someone slide up storm playing upside down on the fret hand.
I still think his take on Dark Was The Night is a classic.
Tinsley Ellis~Georga Blue
Alligator CD, 1988
Robert Jr. Lockwood- Steady Rollin' Man
Another great Delmark recording
R. L. Burnside~Too Bad Jim
Capricorn/Fat Possum, 1994
This one rocks north Mississippi style
Louisiana Red - Midnight Rambler
Rockwell Avenue Blues Band "Back to Chicago" on Delmark. The band is all veteran Blues road warriors and session players of the highest caliber as are the producers and engineers. More than well worth a listen.
Went digging through the ROIO pile in the garage this weekend, and ended up with an accidental Colorado blues playlist for the rest of today.
Albert Collins - 1992-08-16 at Red Rocks (says it’s a sbd recording on the disc, but it’s sounding like FM to me)
William Clarke - 1991-05-31 in Denver (audience recording)
Stevie Ray Vaughan - Live At Montreux 1982 & 1985
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