September 30, 2010

Albert King - Soquel, California 1989 (September Blues)

To close September Blues on Soundaboard we have Albert King, one of the three kings of the blues guitar.
Hope everybody enjoyed it this month, some of you have expressed it with comments and of course the Blues will always be present aboard.


Sound Quality: 9

Source: Soundboard

Track List:

01 - backing band intro 1
02 - backing band intro 2
03 - Albert intro > Them Changes instrumental vamp
04 - You're So Mean to Me
05 - talk
06 - Blues at Sunrise
07 - Ask Me No Questions
08 - As The Years Go By
09 - California Flood
10 - Sky is Crying
11 - Matchbox Blues
12 - talk
13 - Born Under a Bad Sign
14 - set closing instrumental

Files:
MP3 pt1
MP3 pt2
FLAC pt1
FLAC pt2

September 26, 2010

Mike Bloomfield - Swing Auditorium, San Bernardino 1971 (September Blues)

The extraordinary Michael Bloomfield, regarded by many as one of the best guitar players ever, here with a set around 50 minutes long recorded at the Swing Auditorium, San Bernardino.
This was part of a triple bill that included also Fleetwood Mac and Quicksilver Messenger Service.




Sound Quality: 9

Source: Soundboard

Track List:

01 - If You See My Baby (cut)
02 - Poor Kelly
03 - Statesboro Blues
04 - You Won't See Me
05 - She's Mine
06 - Come Back Baby
07 - Driftin' and Driftin'
08 - Drinkin´Wine

Files:

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FLAC

September 23, 2010

Buddy Guy - Warner Theatre, Washington DC 1993 (September Blues)

From the same night of the previous post with Albert Collins comes this one with Buddy Guy, another blues legend, with a little more rocking groove, great quality too.



Sound Quality: 9.5

Source: Soundboard

Track List:

01 - Mary Had A Little Lamb
02 - Sweet Little Angel
03 - I Just Want To Make Love To You (Medley)
04 - Stormy Monday
05 - Someone Else Is Slippin' In
06 - Sweet Home Chicago
07 - Hoochie Coochie Man (Medley)
08 - Mustang Sally
09 - Knock On Wood

Files:

MP3

FLAC

September 20, 2010

Albert Collins - Warner Theatre, Washington DC 1993 (September Blues)

First part of two shows at the Warner Theatre, Washington DC on the night of 9th of April 1993.
This is the set with Albert "The Iceman" Collins and band, featuring brass, wonderful guitar work on a funk and soul styled based blues.



Sound Quality: 9.5

Source: Soundboard

Track List:

01 - Trying to Work My Way Back Home
02 - If Trouble Was Money
03 - Put Your Shoe On The Wrong Foot
04 - Same Old Thing
05 - Things I Used To Do
06 - Head Rag
07 - I Ain't Drunk
08 - You Talk Too Much

FLAC

September 17, 2010

Johnny Winter with Muddy Waters - Live at the Tower Theatre 1977 (September Blues)

Probably one of the best shows to be shared here this month, Johnny Winter and band on the first disc and Johnny with Muddy Waters on disc two, both accompanied with fantastic musicians as James Cotton on harp for example.
Caught live at the Tower Theater, Philadelphia, on March 6, 1977.




Sound Quality: 9

Source: Soundboard (?)

Track List:

Disc 1:
01 - Hideway
02 - Cotton Gin
03 - Last Night
04 - See See Baby
05 - Rocket
06 - How Long
07 - Slow Blues
08 - Done Got Over it
09 - Crosscut Saw
10 - Talk to Your Daughter
11 - Band Intros

Disc 2:
01 - Muddy Intro
02 - Hoochie Coochie Man
03 - Blow Wind Blow
04 - Walkin' Through the Park
05 - Deep Down in Florida
06 - Blues Had a Baby
07 - I Can't Be Satisfied
08 - Trouble No More
09 - Howlin' Wolf
10 - Mannish Boy
11 - Got My Mojo Workin'
12 - Oh Baby

Files:
MP3 pt1 - mirror
MP3 pt2 - mirror

FLAC pt1 - mirror
FLAC pt2 - mirror

September 14, 2010

John Mayall - Fillmore Auditorium 1968 (September Blues)

John Mayall and his band which by this time included a 19 years old Mick Taylor doing a fabulous work on guitar.
This was recorded live at the Fillmore, San Francisco, on a bill shared with Albert King and the Jimi Hendrix Experience.



Sound Quality: 9

Source: Soundboard

Track List:

1 - Dust My Broom
2 - So Many Roads
3 - I Can't Sleep
4 - It's My Own Fault
5 - Soul Of A Short Fat Man

Files:

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September 11, 2010

Muddy Waters - Paul's Mall, Boston 1976 (September Blues)

This is certainly one of the highlights of this September blues month on Soundaboard.
Played on June 15, 1976, it was the occasion of the proclamation of the Muddy Waters Day in Boston.



Sound Quality: 9

Source: FM broadcast

Track List:

01 - dj intro
02 - Instrumental #1 (cut in)
03 - Instrumental #2
04 - Instrumental #3
05 - "Muddy Waters Day Proclamation"
06 - Caldonia
07 - Kansas City
08 - Hoochie Coochie Man
09 - I Want You To Love Me
10 - Baby Please Don't Go
11 - Long Distance Call
12 - Mannish Boy
13 - Got My Mojo Working
14 - You Don't Have To Go
15 - Exit Music
16 - dj outro


FLAC pt1
FLAC pt2

September 8, 2010

John Lee Hooker - Salzberg, Germany 1976 (September Blues)

John Lee Hooker, an highly influential musician on several generations, had a long and prolific career, from the first half of the 20th century until the beginning of the 21st with literally dozens of records released.
This particular blues lesson was captured at Aula Der Universitat, probably in Salzberg, Germany.



Sound Quality: 9.5

Source: FM Broadcast (?)

Track List:

01 - Intro
02 - Goin' to california
03 - Crawlin' king snake
04 - You're so fine
05 - It serves me right to suffer
06 - As the years go passing by
07 - Black night is falling
08 - Can't stop groovin'


MP3
FLAC

September 6, 2010

Taj Mahal - 2003-04-21 Berlin (September Blues)

Grammy winner Taj Mahal plays this set with Bill Rich on bass and Kester Smith on drums.
Magnificent sound recorded at the Quasimodo, an historic music club in Berlin, Germany.



Sound Quality: 9.5

Source: FM Broadcast

Track List:

Disc 1
01 - Linda Lou
02 - Betty & Dupree
03 - Sittin on top of the world
04 - Love me more than I love myself
05 - My creole belle
06 - Honey Bee
07 - Good morning Miss Brown

Disc 2
01 - Instrumental
02 - Countryman's blues
03 - Stagger Lee
04 - Instrumental
05 - Destiny
06 - Freight Train/ Fishin' Blues
07 - Corrina
08 - Annie Mae
09 - The Blues ain't nothing
10 - Prison Blues (Encore)

Files:
MP3 pt1
MP3 pt2

September 3, 2010

John Campbelljohn - Bremen, Germany 2001 (September Blues)

John Campbelljohn is a Canadian bluesman with a solid career build both with great records and powerful live performances, as this shared here demonstrates.
He started discographically in 1993 with How Does It Feel? and has received several blues awards since '92, mostly as Guitarist Of The Year.


Sound Quality: 9.5

Source: FM Broadcast

Track List:

01 - Rollin' & Tumblin'
02 - Heart Like A Stone
03 - Honky Tonk Woman
04 - Guilt Trips
05 - I Wanna Get Up
06 - Mean Old Lady
07 - Johnny Rock 'n' Roll
08 - Love The One You're With
09 - Slow Down
10 - The World Is Crazy
11 - Martha Mae
12 - Pretty Paula Doy
13 - Let's Get Twisted
14 - Highway Star
15 - Don't You Get Your Fingers Dirty
16 - Wife & Family
17 - Put Your Breaks On

Files:

MP3 pt1
MP3 pt2

FLAC pt1
FLAC pt2

September 1, 2010

Freddie King - Nancy, France 1975 (September Blues)

Welcome to September Blues, this month there is nothing but the Blues on Soundaboard, hope you like it.
And to start here's one of the kings...Freddie King with a show from 1975 in Nancy, France.



Sound Quality: 10

Source: Pre-FM

Track List:

01 intro jam
02 messin' with the kid
03 that's all right
04 going down
05 stormy monday blues
06 sen-sa-shun
07 looking good
08 boogie chillun
09 sweet little angel
10 got my mojo working
11 sweet home chicago
12 wee baby blues
13 the danger zone
14 feeling alright
15 you're the one

MP3
FLAC pt1
FLAC pt2