Brian Blain With George Koller - New Folk Blues FLAC album
Songs: Bye Bye Bird, My Younger Days (Sonny Boy Williamson), Come On Home Baby (Sunnyland Slim), Nervous (Willie Dixon), Mojo Hand (Lightnin' Hopkins).
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Bass – George Koller. Guitar, Vocals – Brian Blain. Mastered By – John Cameron (4). Photography By – Larry "Dawk" McCarthy. Recorded By, Mixed By – Leonardo Valvassori. Technician – Don Richardson (4). Written-By, Producer – Brian Blain.
com Tracklist: 01 – The Day Coke Saved The Blues 02 – The Old Whaler’s Confession 03 – Treasure Beach 04 – Forgotten 05 – Another Song About Alice . 00 2.
The Real Folk Blues is a series of blues albums released between 1965 and 1967 by Chess Records, later reissued MCA Records. Each album in the series highlighted the music of one major Chess artist, including John Lee Hooker, Howlin' Wolf, Muddy Waters, and Sonny Boy Williamson II. The series, overseen by Marshall Chess, was a reaction to the increasing audience for the blues following the British Invasion. Companion discs, titled More Real Folk Blues, were released for many of the artists.
Brian stopped by our mobile studio at the 2016 Folk Music Ontario conference for an immensely enjoyable conversation and a couple of live songs. We also take a look at the nominees for Vocal Group Of The Year at the 2016 Canadian Folk Music Awards.
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Blues Rock John Lee Hooker. Liste der Bands Blues Rock John Lee Hooker The Real Folk Blues. Bearbeite die Lyrics. Erscheinungsdatum 1966. Labels Chess Records.
King’s first album for the Stax label combines his hard, unflashy guitar playing with the sleek sound of the label’s house band, Booker T. and the MG’s. Hits such as Crosscut Saw and Laundromat Blues earned King a new rock & roll audience. The Bunnymen refresh psychedelia for the New Wave era with an arena of foggy guitars and doomy drums, while Ian McCulloch updates the aura of Jim Morrison. Melody meets melodrama on the title track and on "A Promise," where McCulloch sing-sobs a story of love gone wrong. Prine was a singer, and his debut is unique in how it views American life with generosity, tolerance and wit. Prine sang about smoking dope ("Illegal Smile"), but his empathy for the old folks with "Hello in There" made most hippie songwriters sound smug.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|1||The Day Coke Saved The Blues||4:17|
|2||The Old Whaler's Confession||3:36|
|5||Another Song About Alice||3:45|
|6||Ramene Moi Demain
Written-By – Daniel Racine
|7||Don't Blame The Bass Player||4:30|
|8||Last Time I Saw Lenny||4:09|
|9||Ghost Of Clinton's Tavern||4:11|
- Copyright (c) – Blainco Music
- Recorded At – Reba's Cafe And Gallery, Toronto
- Mastered At – John Cameron Audio
- Mixed At – Backroom Recording Studio
- Bass – George Koller
- Guitar, Vocals – Brian Blain
- Mastered By – John Cameron
- Photography By – Larry "Dawk" McCarthy
- Recorded By, Mixed By – Leonardo Valvassori*
- Technician [Assistance] – Don Richardson
- Written-By, Producer – Brian Blain
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 8 29982 12313 8
- Matrix / Runout: RFD80M-78023 80 1B
- Rights Society: SOCAN
- Other (Inner plastic ring): fgA812202945B11