Genre Station Of Blues


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    Naomi Shelton & the Gospel Queens What Have You Done

    3:49

    Directed by Philip Di Fiore one rainy afternoon in April, 2009, in the backyard of Daptone Records Bushwick studios. What Have You Done can be found on Naomi Shelton and the Gospel Queens' debut album out now on Daptone Records. Purchase CD/LP here:

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    Billy Davis-----stanky get funky.wmv

    3:15

    northern soul

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    Jordu / Duke Jordan Trio

    5:20

    Two Loves / Duke Jordan Trio(originally SteepleChase SCS 1024)
    This album is not so popular than Flight To Denmark.
    But from the same recordings and the same quality.

    9/9 Jordu (Jordan)

    ripped from Two Loves(SCCD 31024)

    Duke Jordan Trio
    Duke Jordan(p), Mads Vinding(b), Ed Thigpen (ds).

    Recording Engineer: Ole Hansen
    Produced by Nils Winther

    Copenhagen, Denmark, November 25, 1973.

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    John Mayall with Albert King - Stormy Monday

    7:31

    The classic T-Bone Walker's tune by John Mayall & The Original Bluesbreakers ft. Albert King.
    This was recorded in June, 1982 at the New Jersey's Capitol Theatre.

    Albert King: vocals, guitar
    John Mayall: Keybords
    Mick Taylor: guitar
    Frank Dunbar: bass
    Collin Allen: drums

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    Ray Charles with BB King - Sinners Prayer

    7:09

    :)

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    Paul Butterfield - Woodstock Live

    4:39

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    Elmore James - Goodbye Baby

    2:58

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    Ry Cooder, Terry Evans - Down In Mississippi

    7:42

    From Ry Cooder & The Moula Banda Rhythm Aces: Let's Have A Ball, a film by Les Blank taped at The Catalyst, Santa Cruz, CA on March 25'th 1987.

    Look out for Delta Time by Terry Evans & Hans Thessink out Sept. 21- a new version of this song will be on that record. Terry and Hans is joined by Ry Cooder, Bobby King and Arnold McCuller - all from this concert. See The making of Delta Time here:

    Comment from MrBillindallas:
    Concert was from a two night run - the last of nine total dates on the NorCal tour. Shot on 16mm film with an audio remote truck in the alley. Movie was released in Europe but not in the US. Great band, at one of the best venues in the 'States, the last two nights of the mini-tour they were truly on fire. One venue was so small the band filled the stage and the dance floor.

    Setlist for the two nights in Santa Cruz:

    3-24-87 Santa Cruz, CA (the Catalyst):

    Showtime
    Little Sister
    Smack Dab In The Middle
    Lets Have A Ball
    Me and Frank
    unknown title [Spanish lyrics]
    Hell Have To Go
    If Walls Could Talk
    Jesus on The Mainline
    How Can A Poor Man Stand Such Times & Live?
    One Meatball
    Atom Bomb
    Teeny Weeny Bit of Your Love
    Why Dont You Try Me?
    Down In The Boondocks
    The Things That Make You Rich Make Me Poor
    Crazy Bout An Automobile (Every Woman I Know)
    encores:
    Chain Gang
    Down In Hollywood
    Goodnight Irene

    3-25-87 Santa Cruz, CA (the Catalyst):

    Smack Dab In The Middle
    Lets Have A Ball
    unknown title [Spanish lyrics]
    Hell Have To Go
    If Walls Could Talk
    Jesus On The Mainline
    How Can A Poor Man Stand Such Times & Live?
    One Meatball
    Atom Bomb
    Teeny Weeny Bit of Your Love
    Down In Mississippi
    instrumental
    The Things That Make You Rich Make Me Poor
    Crazy Bout An Automobile (Every Woman I Know)
    Chain Gang
    Down In Hollywood
    Goodnight Irene

    Band:
    Ry Cooder: guitar, vox
    Jim Keltner: drums
    Van Dyke Parks: keys
    Jorge Calderon: bass
    Flaco Jimenez: accordion
    Miguel Cruiz: percussion
    Steve Douglas: sax
    George Bohannon: trombone

    Singers:
    Bobby King: tenor
    Terry Evans: baritone
    Arnold McCuller: tenor
    Willie Green Jr: bass

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    Stevie Ray Vaughan - Little Wing

    6:49

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    Stevie Ray Vaughan's tribute to Jimi Hendrix....Little Wing

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    Hoochie Coochie Man - The Allman Brothers Band

    4:54

    The Allman Brothers Band singing Hoochie Coochie Man.This song was originally from the Idlewood South album, the Allman Bros second release.

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    Otis Redding- Thats how strong my love is

    2:22

    That's How Strong My Love Is

    If I was the Sun way up there
    I'd go with love most everywhere
    I'll be the moon when the sun goes down
    Just to let you know that I'm still around.

    That's how strong my love is, woh
    that's how strong my love is.
    Thats how strong my love is baby. baby
    that's how strong my love is.

    I'll be the weeping willow drowning in my tears
    And you can go swimming when you are here
    I'll be the rainbow after the tears are gone 
    Wrap you in my colors and keep you warm.

    That's how strong my love is, darling
    That's how strong my love is, baby
    That's how strong my love is, woh
    That's how strong my love is.

    I'll be the ocean so deep and wide 
    And catch all the tears whenever you cry
    I'll be the breeze after the storm is gone 
    To dry your eyes and love you all warm.

    That's how strong my love is, baby
    That's how strong my love is now
    That's how strong my love is, darling
    That's how strong my love is, again now.

    That's how strong my love is, so deep and wide
    thats how strong my love 
    So much to love, yes so much to love, woh
    there's so much love, there's so much love 
    Anything the sun can do I will do it for you
    Any kind of love you want, I'll be with you

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    Janis Joplin - Ball And Chain

    5:46

    With Big Brother and the Holding Company, she performed the song at the Monterey Pop Festival in 1967 to an enthusiastic audience and critical reception. The first performance on June 17 was not filmed, so the band was persuaded to perform the song again on the next day. This shorter version (without James Gurley's extended guitar solo) was released in the 1968 film Monterey Pop, while the longer June 17 version was released in 1995 on the Joplin compilation 18 Essential Songs.

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    Wes Montgomery Besame Mucho

    6:32

    Recorded: New York, April 22, 1963
    Musicians:
    Wes Montgomery (guitar), Jimmy Cobb (drums),
    Melvin Rhyne (organ)
    .

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    Stevie Ray Vaughan - Texas Flood - Live At Montreux85

    7:17

    Stevie Ray Vaughan and The Double Trouble - Texas Flood - Live At Montreux85

    RIP STEVIE

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    Ella Fitzgerald - If I Were a Bell

    2:25

    Talk about a rara avis -- for four decades, Ella Sings Broadway has been the most obscure and hard to find of Ella Fitzgerald's classic Verve albums. Those who did invest the time and money in unearthing it were amply rewarded: The set is a perfect complement to Fitzgerald's classic series of Song Book albums. Unlike the Song Books, however, Ella Sings Broadway concentrates not on the time-honored history of The Great White Way and its stellar songwriters, but on songs and shows by writers that were part of Broadway's recent past: Rodgers and Hammerstein (South Pacific, Me and Juliet) Adler and Ross (Damn Yankees, The Pajama Game), Frank Loesser (Guys and Dolls), and Lerner and Loewe (Brigadoon, My Fair Lady).

    This overlooked gem of an album was arranged and conducted by Marty Paich, the man responsible for such other Fitzgerald triumphs as Ella Swings Brightly and Whisper Not -- which places Ella Sings Broadway in most excellent company.

    vervemusicgroup.com

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    The Doors and John Lee Hooker - Roadhouse Blues

    6:40

    Lyrics:
    Hey gentlemens, gentlemens

    Now the subject of this song is, uh,
    something all of you have seen
    one time or another, it's an old roadhouse

    ahh we're down in the south, or in the midwest,
    or maybe on the way to Bakersfield

    and we're, we're drivin' in a '57 chevy
    to an old roadhouse, can you dig it?

    You know, it's about uhh 1:30
    and we're not driving too fast,
    but we're not driving too slow either

    We've got a six pack of beer in the car,
    a few joints, and we're just ahh listening
    to the radio and driving to the old
    roadhouse, through nature, dig it?

    Well, I want to tell you people about
    something I know . . .
    Money beats soul, every time . . . C'mon

    ======================

    Yeah!

    Keep your eyes on the road, your hands upon the wheel
    keep your eyes on the road, your hands upon the wheel
    yeah, we're goin' to the roadhouse
    we're gonna have a real
    good time

    Yeah, back at the roadhouse we've got some bungalows
    yeah, back at the roadhouse we've got some bungalows
    and that's for the people
    who like to go down slow

    Let it roll, baby, roll
    let it roll, baby, roll
    let it roll, baby, roll
    let it roll, all night long

    Do it, honey, do it

    You gotta roll, roll, roll
    you gotta thrill my soul, all right
    roll, roll, roll, roll
    thrill my soul
    You gotta beep a gunk a chucha
    Honk konk konk
    You gotta each you puna
    Each ya bop a luba
    Each yall bump a kechonk
    Ease sum konk
    Ya, ride

    Ashen lady, Ashen lady
    give up your vows, give up your vows
    save our city, save our city
    right now

    Well, i woke up this morning, i got myself a beer
    well, i woke up this morning, and i got myself a beer
    the future's uncertain, and the end is always near

    Let it roll, baby, roll
    let it roll, baby, roll
    let it roll, baby, roll
    let it roll, all night long

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    The Dave Brubeck Quartet St Louis Blues

    6:04

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    Otis Redding-Sitting on the dock of the bay

    2:42

    DISCLAIMER: The music belongs to its respective owners and is not owned by me in any way.
    Edit: Over 7,000 views?! How the hell did it jump that high?!?!

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    Charles Bradley - Why Is It So Hard

    4:31

    Charles Bradley, backed by The Menahan Street Band, performs Why Is It So Hard live from Mellow Johnny's Bike Shop in Austin, TX, during KEXP's broadcast at SXSW. Recorded 3/17/2011.

    host: Cheryl Waters
    engineer: Kevin Suggs
    Cameras: Jim Beckmann, Shelly Corbett, Scott Holpainen and Christopher Meister
    editing: Jim Beckmann

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    Albert King - 1981 - Born Under A Bad Sign

    5:55

    Albert King - 1981 - Born Under A Bad Sign

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    Dave Brubeck Quartet - Three To Get Ready

    4:17

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    BB King, Albert King & Stevie Ray Vaughan- The Sky is Crying

    6:59

    amazing live version of this song with BB King, Albert King, Stevie Ray Vaughan and Paul Butterfield

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    Nancy Sinatra Bang Bang

    2:42

    Exelente melodia, recordaran que aparece en la pelicula Kill Bill Vol.I.
    Que la diasfruten y saludos

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    Sweet Home Chicago

    7:11

    Sweet Home Chicago is a popular blues standard in the twelve bar form. It was first recorded and is credited to have been written by Robert Johnson. Over the years the song has become one of the most popular anthems for the city of Chicago despite ambiguity in Johnson's original lyrics.

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    STEVIE RAY VAUGHAN - IM LEAVING YOU

    7:14

    DEDICATE TO STEVIE RAY VAUGHAN
    From LIVE ALIVE
    Good video!
    So cooool!!!
    Love this so much!!!
    ☆DOUBLE TROUBLE☆
    Guitar・Vocal:STEVIE RAY VAUGHAN
    Bass:TOMMY SHANNON
    Drums:CHRIS LAYTON

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    John Lee Hooker - Boom Boom HQ

    4:20

    Nice song...
    also in the movie blues brothers

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    Chet Bakers Autumn Leaves

    4:38

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