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Fri, 17 Dec 2010 01:38:00 +0000

Allman BrothersWishbone AshJeff BeckPeter Green - Fleetwood MacFleetwood Mac Live at Carousel Ballroom 1968Fleetwood Mac Chicago/Blues JamFleetwood MacJohn Mayall and The BluesbreakersSavoy Brown- Foghat Traffic - Steve WinwoodBlind Faith - Steve WinwoodCream 2005 Reunion ConcertDerek and The Dominos In ConcertDerek and The Dominos at the FillmoreEric ClaptonJethro TullJimi HendrixClimax Blues BandButterfield Blues BandMike BloomfieldQuicksilver Messenger ServiceMichael McDonaldBobby CaldwellIt's a Beautiful DayFreddie KingAlbert KingKing Curtis at Fillmore West 1971Elmore JamesRobert JohnsonT-Bone WalkerMississippi Fred McDowellCharley PattonSister Rosetta TharpeHumble Pie at Fillmore East 1971Mountain at Fillmore East 1970The Yes AlbumYes: FragileYes: Close to the EdgeAmerica: HomecomingJesse Colin YoungGrateful Dead Live at Carousel Ballroom 1968Grateful Dead Live at The Matrix 1968Dead perform "New Speedway Boogie" (a rarity)Grateful Dead Live at The Matrix 1970Grateful Dead, Allman Bros. & Peter Green at The Fillmore 1970Grateful Dead Live at Veneta, Or. 1972 (Sunshine Daydream movie soundtrack)Grateful Dead at Watkins Glen 1973Grateful Dead Live at Roosevelt Stadium 1974Grateful Dead Movie Soundtrack 1974:Grateful Dead Live at Barton Hall, Cornell 1977: Grateful Dead Live at Boston Garden 1977Grateful Dead Live at Boston Garden 1977 (2nd set)Grateful Dead Live at War Memorial 1977Grateful Dead The Closing of Winterland 1978Grateful Dead Live at Radio City October 31, 1980 Grateful Dead Hampton Coliseum October 8, 1989Grateful Dead Hampton Coliseum October 9, 1989More Grateful Dead shows HERETop 30 Grateful Dead Shows HERE Last Days of the Fillmore 1971:[...]



Cream - Reunion (2005) Live At Royal Albert Hall

Thu, 30 Sep 2010 03:23:00 +0000

Cream Biography HERE

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Mountain at Fillmore East 12-31-70

Thu, 17 Dec 2009 03:47:00 +0000

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Humble Pie at Fillmore East 1971

Thu, 17 Dec 2009 03:42:00 +0000

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Quicksilver Messenger Service

Thu, 17 Dec 2009 03:38:00 +0000

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Mike Bloomfield

Thu, 17 Dec 2009 03:37:00 +0000

"He didn't get a chance to expand the mission of his soul, but those few albums he played on – those are enough," says Carlos Santana, referring to Mike Bloomfield's death in 1981, of a drug overdose at age 37, and the key recordings Bloomfield left behind. Bloomfield helped Bob Dylan go electric with his work on Highway 61 Revisited (those are Bloomfield's skyward spirals on "Like a Rolling Stone") and two albums with the Paul Butterfield Blues Band, including 1966's raga-blues monster, East-West. (Check out Bloomfield's winding, epic solo on the title track.) A native of Chicago, Bloomfield studied the local electric-blues legends like Muddy Waters and Howlin' Wolf up close while he was growing up, and he packed those lessons into a piercing clean-treble tone and solos that took off with fluid, modal-jazz ecstasy. "Michael always sounded like a salmon going against the current," Santana says. "He comes from B.B. King. But he went somewhere else."[...]



Butterfield Blues Band

Thu, 17 Dec 2009 03:35:00 +0000

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Paul Butterfield was born and raised in Chicago's Hyde Park neighborhood. After studying classical flute as a teenager, he developed a love for the blues harmonica, and hooked up with white, blues-loving, U of Chicago physics student Elvin Bishop. The pair started hanging around black blues musicians such as Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, and Junior Wells. Butterfield and Bishop soon formed a band with Jerome Arnold and Sam Lay (both of Howlin' Wolf's band). In 1963, a watershed event in introducing blues to a white audience in Chicago occurred when this racially mixed ensemble was made the house band at Big John's, a folk music club in the Old Town district on Chicago's north side. Butterfield was still underage (as was guitarist Mike Bloomfield, who was already working there in his own band).

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Classic Climax Blues Band

Thu, 17 Dec 2009 03:33:00 +0000

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It's a Beautiful Day

Thu, 17 Dec 2009 03:09:00 +0000

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Michael McDonald

Thu, 17 Dec 2009 03:07:00 +0000

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Jimi Hendrix

Thu, 17 Dec 2009 03:01:00 +0000

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Classic Jethro Tull

Thu, 17 Dec 2009 02:59:00 +0000

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Blind Faith

Thu, 17 Dec 2009 02:32:00 +0000

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Steve Winwood - Classic Traffic

Thu, 17 Dec 2009 02:31:00 +0000

Traffic Biography HERE

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BONUS: Live at the Fillmore East 1970

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John Mayall and the Bluesbreakers

Thu, 17 Dec 2009 02:29:00 +0000

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Classic Savoy Brown

Thu, 17 Dec 2009 02:28:00 +0000

Today I present Savoy Brown. Savoy Brown was founded by Kim Simmonds; with Guitarist "Lonesome" Dave Peverett, bassist Tony Stevens, and drummer Roger Earl. After leaving Simmonds in December 1970, the 3 added Rod Price on slide guitar and formed Foghat.Chicken Shack was a band founded in the late 1960s by Andy Silvester (bass guitar) and Stan Webb (guitar and vocals), with Alan Morley (drums) and later joined by Christine Perfect (vocals and keyboards). Perfect left the band in 1969 when she married John McVie of Fleetwood Mac. Pianist Paul Raymond, bassist Andy Silvester, and drummer Dave Bidwell all left in 1971 to join Simmonds and his Savoy Brown. Confused?BONUS MUSIC:I'd rather go blind - Chicken ShackLong Way To Go - FoghatSlow Ride - FoghatRide, Ride, Ride - FoghatFeel So Bad - FoghatLost and Lonely Child and The Boogie Part 1 & Part 2[...]



Fleetwood Mac's Founder: Peter Green

Thu, 17 Dec 2009 02:26:00 +0000

In late 1966, Peter Green had the job of replacing Eric Clapton in John Mayall's Bluesbreakers. Mayall told his producer, "He might not be better [than Clapton] now. But you wait... he's going to be the best." Soon, with the original Fleetwood Mac, he was Britain's most progressive blues guitarist, with a Chicago-informed aggression heightened by the melodic adventure on albums like 1969's Then Play On. Green soon entered a dark age of mental and health problems, returning in the Nineties with more subdued but recognizable gifts.The Incredible Peter Green Story: Man of the WorldThe demo HEREThe film trailer HEREJam Session HEREOriginal Man of the World HERE (with words) and HERE allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="345" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/gnyPYRJ5-JU" title="YouTube video player" width="405">PETER GREEN BONUS: SUPERNATURAL & MY DREAM[...]



Classic Fleetwood Mac

Thu, 17 Dec 2009 02:24:00 +0000

Band's history: story: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5Listen to Dust HERE Sentimental Lady HEREDragon Fly HERE Sands of Time HERE Bare Trees album HEREMystery To Me album HEREFuture Games album HERE  BONUS MAC: Spare Me a Little, Say You Love Me, Morning Rain, Over My Head, Homeward Bound, Future Games , Woman of 1000 Years & Sometimes[...]



Jeff Beck

Thu, 17 Dec 2009 02:22:00 +0000

Jeff Beck Biography HERE Jeff Beck with the incredible Tal Wilkenfeld: [...]



Wishbone Ash: Argus

Thu, 17 Dec 2009 02:19:00 +0000


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Sometime World:  HERE

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And: Phoenix, Blind Eye, Handy, Valediction, Alone, Sorrel, Lullaby

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THE BEST BAND EVER: The Allman Brothers Band

Thu, 17 Dec 2009 02:12:00 +0000

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HOF INDUCTEES

"The group's marathon concerts, best captured on the classic The Allman Brothers Band At Fillmore East (1971), are the stuff of rock legend." I saw them 7 times, twice with the original lineup.

Eat A Peach 1972



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The Allman Brothers 40th Anniversary Tour Ends

Thu, 17 Dec 2009 02:09:00 +0000

click to enlargeIn 1970 and 1971, 38+ years ago, I had the good fortune of seeing two concerts that shaped my love of rock music: Derek and the Dominos (Eric Clapton) in London and the Allman Brothers Band in Boston. I later learned that the late great Duane Allman held a link (Jam 4) & (Jam 5) between the two. The Allman Brothers remain the best band ever in my mind. Click photos below for full view:Last night I was treated to a wonderful night of dancing and music with Widespread Panic and The Allman Brothers Band at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavillion outside of Houston.Before Sunset"Dreams" (live from 2003)"In Memory of Elizabeth Reed" (live from 1970)"Whipping Post" (live from 1970)Additional Classics:Going Down SlowLoan Me A DimeDimples & Every Hungry Woman LiveBlack Hearted WomanNot My Cross to BearMidnight RiderLes Brers in A MinorStatesboro Blues 3/12/71Blue Sky LiveBlue Sky LiveDone Somebody WrongHoochie Coochie ManStormy MondayTrouble No MoreHot 'LantaOne Way OutIn Memory of Elizabeth ReedStonybrook 9/19/71Soul Serenade 8/26/71The Final Fillmore East Concert 6/27/71Whipping Post Fillmore East: HEREMountain Jam: HERE (27 minutes)You Don't Love MeAin't Wastin' Time No MoreMelissaLittle MarthaWipe the Windows, Check the Oil, Dollar GasPeakin' At the Beacon High Falls [...]



Albert King

Fri, 27 Nov 2009 03:29:00 +0000

When Rolling Stone reporter Jon Landau asked Albert King in 1968 who his guitar influences were, King replied, "Nobody. Everything I do is wrong." A pioneer of electric blues, King (who was left-handed) played a right-handed 1959 Gibson Flying V upside down, with the bass strings unconventionally facing the floor. He used an indecipherable secret tuning, hitting notes with his thumb. The six-foot-four, 300-pound King was able to bend notes farther and more powerfully than almost any other guitarist, and his records influenced a generation: Eric Clapton lifted the "Strange Brew" solo from King, and Duane Allman turned the melody of King's "As the Years Go Passing By" into the main riff of "Layla." Jimi Hendrix was star-struck when his hero opened for him at the Fillmore in 1967. "I taught [Hendrix] a lesson about the blues," said King. "I could have easily played his songs, but he couldn't play mine."[...]



Freddie King

Fri, 27 Nov 2009 03:14:00 +0000

In a 1985 interview, Eric Clapton cited Freddy King's 1961 B side "I Love the Woman" as "the first time I heard that electric lead-guitar style, with the bent notes... [it] started me on my path." Clapton shared his love of King with fellow British guitar heroes Peter Green, Jeff Beck and Mick Taylor, all of whom were profoundly influenced by King's sharpened-treble tone and curt melodic hooks on iconic singles such as "The Stumble," "I'm Tore Down" and "Someday, After Awhile." Nicknamed "The Texas Cannonball" for his imposing build and incendiary live shows, King had a unique guitar attack. "Steel on steel is an unforgettable sound," says Derek Trucks, referring to King's use of metal banjo picks. "But it's gotta be in the right hands. The way he used it – man, you were going to hear that guitar." Trucks can still hear King's huge impact on Clapton. "When I played with Eric," Trucks said recently, "there were times when he would take solos and I would get that Freddy vibe."[...]



Eric Clapton

Fri, 06 Nov 2009 17:17:00 +0000

Eric Clapton Biography HERE

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