Jimmy Patton And Band - Make Room For The Blues FLAC album
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Jimmy Patton And Band – Make Room For The Blues. Label: Moon Records (13) – LP 101. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album.
Screamin' and Hollerin' the Blues: The Worlds of Charley Patton is a boxed set collecting remastered versions of the recorded works of blues singer Charley Patton, with recordings by many of his associates, supplementary interviews and historical data.
No Blues collection is complete without some BB King, and if you plan to own just one live Blues album, this IS the one. Recorded with a wild Chicago audience in 1964, this record was hugely influential. There can only be only one choice for the definitive Stevie Ray Vaughan album, as it had such a huge world-wide impact. Texas Flood stayed in the charts for six months, an astonishing feat at the time, and the band were so tight from months of playing these songs, it comes over like a club set on a night when they were smokin'.
The Grammy Award for Best Traditional Blues Album was awarded from 1983 to 2011 and from 2017 onwards. Until 1992 the award was known as Best Traditional Blues Performance and was twice awarded to individual tracks rather than albums. The award was discontinued after the 2011 Grammy season in a major overhaul of Grammy categories. From 2012 onwards, the category was merged with the Best Contemporary Blues Album category to form the new Best Blues Album category.
Blackmailers Blues Band - Paradise Fanfare Blues, 2007. Blind Arvella Gray - The Singing Drifter, 2005, Conjuroo Recordings. Charley Patton - Screamin' and Hollerin' the Blues: The Worlds of Charley Patton, 2001, Revenant Records. Charlie Rich - Silver Linings, 1976. Charlie Sayles - Raw Harmonica Blues, 1976. Microwave Dave & The Nukes - Atomic Electric, 2003. Mike Andersen Band - My Love For The Blues, 2002, Black and Tan Records. Mishouris Blues Trio - Stolen Blues, 2008. Mississippi Joe Callicott - Ain't a Gonna Lie to You, 2003, Fat Possum.
The expansive, emotionally weathered Integrity Blues is perhaps Jimmy Eat World's best record since Bleed American, and even serves as its unlikely spiritual sequel.
British blues: Direct from the Delta to Dartford and beyond, the Blues turned British rock on its head. And there’s still room for some solid blues on So Many Roads and the rip-roaring Twenty Past Two/Temptation Ra. iew Deal. 18. Savoy Brown - Blue Matter (Decca, 1969). By the time he was assembling the band for Truth (only later dubbed ‘The Jeff Beck Group’) he determined to make an album for himself. With Ronnie Wood on bass, Rod Stewart on vocals and guests like Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones and Keith Moon popping up for guest spots on Beck’s Bolero, it was an album that not only helped establish the British blues rock sound, but featured many of its best exponents. Audacious and experimental, it smashes genre conventions at every turn.
From the birth of Jimmy Eat World in Mesa, Arizona over two decades ago to their latest release, 2016’s Integrity Blues, a lot has happened. It seems that the four piece band consisting of Jim Adkins (guitar, vocals), Tom Linton (guitarist, backing vocals), Rick Burch (bassist), and Zach Lind (drums), with nine albums, eight of which are with the current lineup, are here to throw down a deeper level of Rock that bleeds into the disregard of maturity. That in mind, it has been said the band became self conscious of their age in an industry that is always after the next best new thing. Happiness is one of those fleeting finish lines, he writes in a letter accompanying the album, a rare explanatory gesture for the band. Integrity matters because if you let the answer of ‘Who do I need to be?’ inform your question ‘What should I do?,’ there just isn’t room for that negative cycle to get traction.
|A1||Make Room For The Blues||1:35|
|A2||Blue Side Of Lonesome||2:19|
|A3||I'm Not Crazy Yet||2:40|
|A4||Long Tall Texan||2:38|
|A5||Rose Of Old Pawnee||2:14|
|A6||All For The Love Of A Girl||2:33|
|B1||Apartment No. 9||2:19|
|B2||For Pete's Sake||1:25|
|B3||Eye For An Eye||3:00|
|B4||Blue Moon Of Kentucky||1:25|
|B5||Sing Sad Song||2:25|
|B6||Green Grass Of Home||2:35|
- Drums, Vocals – Butch Simington
- Guitar, Vocals – Jimmy Patton
- Lead Guitar, Vocals – Lou Crenshaw
- Steel Guitar – Donnie Marvin