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An excellent cover by Chris Thile and Brad Mehldau from their newly released collaboration album put out by Nonesuch Records Inc. on Jan. 20, 2017.
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Chris Thile & Brad Mehldau perform "Scarlet Town," from their self-titled debut duo album, due January 27, 2017. The song, written by David Rawlings & Gillian Welch, was performed at Bowery Ballroom in NYC in December 2015. Video by Alex Chaloff.エエ感じ♪
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John Lee Williamson, better known as 'Sonny Boy 1' revolutionized the role of the blues harmonica. He is joined on Bluebird Blues (1937) by Big Joe Williams and Robert Lee McCoy. Sonny Boy 1 was a first rate song writer and effective vocalist. His most successful tunes include 'Shake the Boogie' 'You'd Better Cut That Out' 'Sloppy Drunk' 'Early in the Morning' 'Good Morning Little School Girl and Hoodoo Hoodoo'. He has influenced other blues harmonica players from Sonny Boy Arnold, Sonny Terry, Junior Wells, Little Walter, Snooky Pryor and many others. Tragically, Sonny Boy was murdered on the streets of Chicago in 1948, whilst returning home from a gig at the Plantation Club. He was 34 years old. Visuals made using Power Director, a piece of papier mache that i made and the video was lit by candlelight to get that flickering ole time feeling...バックの映像は、なんじゃ??
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Composed by Leroy Carr & Francis "Scrapper" Blackwell.
Jed Davenport:Harmonica solo
Recorded at the Peabody Hotel Memphis, TN. c. September 23, 1929
Originally issued on the 1929 singles (Vocalion 1440) &( Supertone S2229) (78 RPM)
This recording taken from the CD "Harmonica Blues (1929-1940)"
越えきし山 佐藤龍一 西荻窪ロック食堂 2012年6月24日
The waterpump blues duo - Live by the lakeside!!ポンプ、立派なリズム隊や(^O^)
Water splashing and rhythm swinging - I dig it, folks. This pump is simply awesome, so I HAD to go back and jam some more with it! Here's another clip featuring my National Duolian and this old, very old invention called a hydraulic ram pump!! It's just freakin' cool how steady and laidback it can provide this groovy beat!!!!! The lyrics are from Son House's song: Preaching the blues.
Filmed at Arvemuséet, Sweden by Christer Ljungeaus.