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2) Love for Sale (late 50′s): An outtake from the sextet period, sitting right on the border between the post-bop hit “Milestones” and the seminal cool-jazz “Kind of Blue.” An album called “’58 sessions” now includes this performance. 3) Blues No. …
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themonk: Miles DAVIS – Circle In The Round 1979
Tarrytown hometown hero David Bromberg and Hot Tuna founder Jorma Kaukonen on the same bill. How much closer to guitar-nirvana can you get? Tarrytown Music Hall is located at 13 Main Street in Tarrytown
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Tarrytown Music Hall David Bromberg & Jorma Kaukonen January 22 …
During his career he recorded with John Lee Hooker, Jack Bruce, B.B. King , John Mayall , and Robert Cray.
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themonk: Albert COLLINS – Live at Montreux 1992
When Charlie Haden tells the audience at Montreal’s tenth Festival: “I’m in heaven…every night…,” you can’t help remembering that the trio on that particular day was also a fragment of a dream, actually three-quarters of the Old And …
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themonk: Charlie HADEN – The Montreal Tapes, Live (with Don Cherry …
It actually doesn’t matter at all, because the other album’s that accompany this album, A Man & the Blues, This is Buddy Guy -Live, are exceptionally good. Some real rare Buddy Guy renditions of his classics. One of Guy’s best works till …
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themonk: Buddy GUY – Hold That Plane 1972
As close as Buddy Guy’s ever likely to come to recapturing the long-lost Chess sound. Cut live at his popular Chicago nightspot, Buddy Guy’s Legends, with guitarist G.E.
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themonk: Buddy GUY – The Real Deal (LIVE) 1996
Chris Duarte’s debut album, Texas Sugar/Strat Magik, promised great things, and his second album, Tailspin Headwhack, doesn’t fail to deliver. Like its predecessor, it’s a dynamic collection of hot Texas blues-rock powered by Duarte’s …
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puck's place: Chris Duarte Group – Tailspin Headwhack (1997)
The idiom is blues-rock, the headliner is the once and future Eagles star Joe Walsh, and his co-partners are electric bluesman Albert Collins and the indestructible singer Etta James .
The Dave BRUBECK Quartet feat. Paul Desmond – Portland OR, April 1959. Portland, OR (USA) April 1959.
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themonk: The Dave BRUBECK Quartet feat. Paul Desmond – Portland OR …
GuitarOne magazine calls guitarist/vocalist Coco Montoya “the hottest southpaw in the blues” and raves about his “master touch and killer tone.” The Boston Globe succinctly states that Montoya’s music is “hot, blistering soul. …
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themonk: Coco MONTOYA – Dirty Deal 2007