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"Ya'll ready for a little blues?" Beverly "Guitar" Watkins (https://youtu.be/8Rm-MwuZgqA), recently recovered from a bout of pneumonia, performing with the Rick Fowler Band at the Foundry in Athens, Ga. Grateful to be on stage, the energetic 78-year-old blues legend has been performing since the '50's when she was a member of Piano Red's band in Atlanta, Ga. The Rick Fowler Band also has a lifetime of experience and is a world class ensemble that skillfully supports Beverly whenever they play together. Rick Fowler - guitar, vocals. Michael Doke - slide guitar, vocals. Deane Quinter - drums, vocals. Greg Veale - bass, vocals. Tim White - Hammond organ.ニョロ(°°)
(Who takes the time to dislike music? Just move on)
Sadly, Ms. Beverly passed away Oct. 1, 2019 after complications from a stroke. Her energy, love, and spirit is sorely missed.
From the American Folk and Blues Festival, 1962-1969. Copyright, 2004 Reelin in the years, LLC and Experience Hendrix, LLC絶妙なタイトルやね〜ニョロ。
Intro by: T Bone Walker, Helen Humes (vocal), Sonny Terry (Harmonica), Brownie (Kazoo) McGhee (Vocal & Guitar), Willie Dixon (Vocal & Bass), T-Bone Walker (Vocal & Guitar), Memphis Slim (Vocal & Piano), Jump Jackson (Drums)
Blues Night: 1. Sonny Boy Williamson Sings往年のスター総出演(°°)
First transmitted in 1985, Blues Night presents rare footage of the harmonica blues player Sonny Boy Williamson, who gave B.B. King his big break in 1948. ‘He was on the radio doing live performances when I first came to Memphis. He put me on his show to do this one song – a lady saloon-keeper hired me that day and I’ve worked ever since,’ King explained to the Radio Times.
'Same Old Man' appears to be a variation of one of my favourite songs, 'Old Man At The Mill', done by various people such as Ian Matthews, the Dillards and Doc Watson. This is the slowest version, but I like it too, particularly Karen Dalton's unusual voice (some raise similarities with Billie Holiday's).今朝も懲りずにKaren Dalton。
A cult singer, 12-string guitarist, and banjo player of the New York 1960s folk revival, Karen Dalton is not widely known, despite counting the likes of Bob Dylan and Fred Neil among her acquaintances (see photo of them in the slideshow). She only recorded a few albums and her voice was not what you would call mainstream. The Band's "Katie's Been Gone," included on The Basement Tapes, is rumoured to be about Dalton.
Her albums are available at places such as Amazon. I have put together a slideshow video for this song.
Comments and ratings are welcome.
In the meantime, here is a version of Old Man at the Mill I did on my other channel: