I must apologize, I have meant Matt Schofield from Manchester (GB). He has been described as being talked of as the finest Blues guitarist to have emerged in Europe for several generations, perhaps even in the World.Could it have been your mentioned John Scofield?
[Finally I have retrieved my memo - isn't Scofield /Schofield the same as Meier / Mayer? ]
Jim, I must admit that I do not know all your names and titles, not everything swashes over the Atlantic. Blues, for me it is mainly the rythm, some (more or less senseless) text and not too depressiv. Chuck Berry did it:
Good Lovin' Woman
Goodnight It's Time To Go
My heart will always belong to you
I do really love you
Have mercy, Judge
NP: Sam Mcclain "Joy and Pain" live in Germany 1997 (Soul Blues) .
[quote=Hoerninger;161141]I must apologize, I have meant Matt Schofield from Manchester (GB). He has been described as being talked of as the finest Blues guitarist to have emerged in Europe for several generations, perhaps even in the World.
[Finally I have retrieved my memo - isn't Scofield /Schofield the same as Meier / Mayer? [/quote ]
Jim, I must admit that I do not know all your names and titles, not everything swashes over the Atlantic. john scofield is a new york based guitarist that spent time with miles davis.at one time the blues was not popular in north america until clapton,mayall et all repackaged it and sold it over here.after a time folks started to ask who this muddy waters or willie dixon is as the names kept turning up on led zep and other records.it led to a treasure trove of stuff which is along with jazz a truly american artform.if you get sat radio its well worth the time to explore.here most everyone likes the chicago up tempo blues style but i am more into the
more traditional forms.there are many regional styles and when blues and country met gospel i believe rock and roll was born.now i gotta go find out about this guy from manchester
Janis Ian - Folk is the new Black
Jeffrey Foucault - Ghost Repeater
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neil young................live at the fillmore
Clapton - Just 1 Night
His best, IMHO - before he got lazy
This was recommended By Ken some time ago and I finally bagged it. Instantly one of my favorite recordings of all time. The quality holds up really well, too. Sort of an "in the room" feel to it, spatially. It is the Mobile Fidelity SL version.
I have been a fan of Muddy nearly all my life, even sneaking into a club underage to hear him live. This CD is my new favorite.
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Clark, my Cogent Loudspeakers partner and I have used an LP of Folk Singer as demo material at several shows and it is a crowd pleaser. People pile into the room to hear Muddy in this super real sounding recording... just dynamite!
Yep, it's a winner.
and now for something completely different............steve tibbetts........exploded view...................traffic................john barleycorn
No Quarter - Page & Plant
ripped to my pod and listened last night -
"Brittan meets the middle East"
Later on, 1967 live in Stockholm
(P) 1997 Heartbeat Productions, made in South Korea
purchased last year (eBay)
The Electric PrunesPeter
You never had it better
I had too much to dream
Try me on for size
I happen to love you
I got my mojo workin'
Long day's flight
Get me to the world on time
Around and Around - Rolling Stones
kinda bubble gummy (dum ditty ?) - not what you expect from Mick & crew
cant find this title listed, it was a p2p dl.
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