Blues in the Night (Music)
Fri Dec 6th 2013 4.00pm–7.00pm
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Time zone: central
The Four Sonics “It Takes Two”
from Looking For My Baby Soul Treasures From The Vaults Of Amy Mala Bell (Sundazed 2003) —originally released as Sport 110 (out of Detroit) way back in 1967.
Bill Jennings and Jack McDuff “Alexandria, Virginia”
from Glide On Legends of Acid Jazz (Bill Jennings and Jack McDuff) (Prestige 1999) —Jennings was one of the swingingest guitarists from the 50s and 60s, working that area where blues and jazz blend and blur.
Ramsey Lewis and His Gentle Men of Jazz “Dee's New Blues”
from Ramsey Lewis And His Gentle-Men Of Jazz (Fresh Sound Records 2008) —I really dig Ramsey Lewis' music...the blues root is strong. This cut was originally recorded for "Ramsey Lewis and His Gentlemen of Swing" LP for Argo in 1957. This cut was written by bass player Eldee Young.
Billy Watson And His International Silverstring Submarine Band “Big Black Train”
from 9 Lives (Lil' Snick 2013) N —subtitled "Madcap Blues Harmonica". Yep, that pretty accurate...but all the same Watson is a talented player (he just likes to yuck it up a little bit.)
Bobby Womack “Come L'Amore”
from Everything's Gonna Be Alright The American Singles 1967-76 (Charly Acquistions Ltd 2013) N —a 1972 released recorded for the United Artists label.
Jr. Walker & The All Stars “Walk In The Night”
from The Ultimate Collection: Junior Walker & The All Stars (Motown 1997) —released on Walker's 1972 LP "Moody Junior".
Anson Funderburgh & The Rockets Featuring Sam Myers “I Want A Wife”
from Tell Me What I want To Hear (Black Top 1991) —Sam's head is hard as a GOAT...yes, a goat.
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