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Playlist of Albert Collins & Clarence Gatemouth Brown

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    Albert Collins & Clarence Gatemouth Brown - Frosty

    11:29

    Montreux Jazz Festival 1979. * A.C. Reed on Sax.

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    Caldonia

    3:53

    Albert Collins
    Frozen Alive! (1981)

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    Canned Heat - Clarence Gatemouth Brown - Live at Montreux

    5:18

    Canned Heat & Clarence Gatemouth Brown - Live At Montreux 1973

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    Albert Collins - The Highway Is Like A Woman!

    6:05

    Live at Ohne Filter, Baden-Baden, Germany on January 31, 1985.
    The Icebreakers are: Abb Locke (tenor saxophone), Robb Noll (guitar), Johnny B. Gayden (bass), Casey Jones (drums)

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    Snowed In

    9:12

    Provided to YouTube by The state51 Conspiracy

    Snowed In · Albert Collins

    Frostbite

    ℗ 1980 Alligator Records & Artist Mgmt., Inc

    Released on: 2009-06-18

    Composer: Collins
    Lyricist: Collins

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    Snowed In - Albert Collins

    9:10

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    Snowed In
    Albert Collins
    Frostbite
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    Albert Collins
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Albert Collins (October 1, 1932 — November 24, 1993[1]) was an electric blues guitarist and singer (and occasional harmonica player) whose recording career began in the 1960s in Houston and whose fame eventually took him to stages across the U.S.A., Europe, Japan and Australia. He had many nicknames, such as The Ice Man, The Master of the Telecaster and The Razor Blade. [1]

    [edit] Career
    Born in Leona, Texas[1], Collins was a distant relative of Lightnin' Hopkins and grew up learning about music and playing guitar. His family moved to Houston, Texas when he was seven.[1] Throughout the 1940s and 1950s, he absorbed the blues sounds and styles from Texas, Mississippi and Chicago. His style would soon envelop these sounds. He regularly named John Lee Hooker and organist Jimmy McGriff, along with Hopkins, Guitar Slim and Clarence Gatemouth Brown as major influences on his playing.





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    Last winter I was in Chicago and the weather was awfully bad
    Last winter I was in Chicago, and the weather was awfully bad
    They say I was stuck in China Town, for the worst winter they ever had

    I'm gonna go on right here
    And see if I can get this truck started right quick

    These old shoes ain't ready for the winter

    Oh, I'm 'bout to fall an' break my neck here in a minute, buddy

    See if I can get this key in this door here
    I know it don't lock it, lock, it done froze up on me an'
    Lock it won't act right, it already half-tore up anyhow

    Yeah, I got it now, I'm gon get here an' try to crank this old thing
    An' pat the accelerator a little bit

    Yeah, I almost got it
    Pat the accelerator a little bit more
    It's cold, that wind just whistlin' out there

    Oh it sure cold weather out here
    You get frostbite out here

    Try it one more time

    Ya'all, it ain't gonna start

    Yeah, I don't mind a little snow, an' I can handle rain
    I say, I don't mind a little snow, an' I can handle a little rain
    Now I don't mind bein' cold but this winter, man it's sure insane

    If I go now hit this old gas station,
    I think I can get me somebody to
    Walk on down the street here, 'bout a block
    See if I can, get somebody to give me a boost off here an' get my battery charged

    Oh man, this stuff is in a mess here!

    I'm gonna fall, break my neck

    Oh get on by man, I'm gonna get out your way, I'm in the street
    I'm tryin' to walk here, ya'all runnin' these damn trucks an' cars an' goin' on

    Come on by man

    Oh man, the station is done closed!

    Now the gas station was closed, and the snow was eight feet tall
    Now the gas station had closed, hm, and the snow was eight feet tall
    The telephone cable was down, an' you couldn't even make a call

    You couldn't go out for groceries, hm, nobody would deliver to you
    I said, you couldn't go out for groceries, nobody would deliver to you
    In a bad situation like that, what in the hell, ya'all, what-a I'm suppose to do?

    Yeah, it's a tough winter, I tell ya

    I go back out here one more time an' see if I get this, thing started right here

    Old battery might be done be at the level, I might get it started now
    Besides, I'm about to fall
    Man, I'm gonna tell ya, I'm a, whew!
    Rough, rough here in Chicago!

    Wanna get on back across that desert in Los Angeles, somewhere
    Florida somewhere
    If I can get outta here, I know I'm snowed in

    Try to crank this damn thing one more time
    I think I can get it to crank, I hope so

    Let me see if I can get it cranked
    Pat the accelerator a little bit
    Might get it started, now

    Oh yes, I got that thing together now, boy
    She's kickin' now!

    Yeah
    Yeah, will let her get warmed up

    Hey!
    Hey!
    Hey!
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    Cause of death: Lung cancer
    ouch!
    RIP Albert.

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    Albert Collins - When A Guitar Plays The Blues

    5:12

    Album: Don't Lose Your Cool (1983)

    Born: 1 October 1932 Leona, TX
    Died: 24 November 1993 Las Vegas, NV

    I do not own the rights. No copyright intended. Only for entertainment. All rights belong to the producers.

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    Young Jake Andrews with Gatemouth Brown

    5:10

    I used to play with Gatemouth quite a bit. Here I am joining Gatemouth onstage on the Texas Connection in 1991. The Texas Connection was an offshoot of Austin City Limits that profiled Texas artists, and was hosted by Jerry Jeff Walker. Gate and I rehearsed earlier that day with the band, and worked up this song. My father owns the 1951 Fender Esquire that Gatemouth used to record his 1954 hit, Okie Dokie Stomp. We brought it to the studio that day, and he signed it to me on the back of the headstock. The guitar still sounds amazing! I'm playing my 1960 Fender Duo-sonic through a vintage tweed Fender Bassman. Enjoy that rad guitar solo of mine!!!

    I have a passion for music and a passion for teaching and I have been immersed in music my whole life. My father was the guitarist with the 60's & 70's roots-rock band Mother Earth. I was so fortunate to grow up in the rich musical scene here in Austin, Texas.

    Starting when I was a young kid, I was able to sit in with, and open the shows for, many blues legends-guys like Albert Collins, Buddy Guy, Albert King, Jimmie Vaughan, Johnny Winter, Ottis Rush and B.B. King. I was able to learn first hand from these players how to really be a great blues guitarist!

    At you can learn the licks, riffs, progressions and entire songs of many blues and rock legends, the way they played them. Benefit from my years of experience by watching, learning and playing with me online!

    Website:
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    Canned Heat & Clarence Gatemouth Brown - Please Mr. Nixon

    9:42

    Canned Heat Live At Montreux 1973

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    Talkin Blues Clarence Gatemouth Brown interview

    36:15

    The raw footage of an interview I did with Clarence Gatemouth Brown after his performance at the Ottawa Blues Festival around 2002.

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    Clarence Gatemouth Brown - Frosty official HQ video

    5:53

    For more blues and jazz:

    Clarence Gatemouth Brown and band stretching out on this Albert Collins tune.

    As you can see here, he was a masterful bandleader, with an unique approach to the electric guitar. He was not only a very influential guitarist, but also very proficient on the fiddle.

    Besides the legendary 50s recordings on Peacock, he made a string of very, very good lps. Especially his his collaboration with Roy Clark on Makin' Music from 1979, and Alright
    Again! from 1981 is recommended.

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    Clarence Gatemouth Brown - Sometimes I Slip

    6:10

    San Francisco Blues Festival. 1983.

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    Snowed In Albert Collins

    9:10

    Blues Music Magazine shares America's National Music, The Blues...
    Visit Blues Music Magazine for free downloads, contest, print, and digital editions at:

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    Albert Collins & A.C. Reed - Instrumental Jam

    6:29

    Live at Westenfallenhalle, Dortmund, Germany. Nov 26th, 1980.
    Marvin Jackson - Guitar
    A.C. Reed - Tenor Sax
    Allen Batts - Organ
    Johnny B. Gayden - Bass
    Casey Jones - Drums

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    All About My Girl -- Albert Collins Live in Japan

    6:41

    Albert Collins live in Japan.

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    The Highway Is Like A Woman

    5:03

    Provided to YouTube by The state51 Conspiracy

    The Highway Is Like A Woman · Albert Collins

    Frostbite

    ℗ 1980 Alligator Records & Artist Mgmt., Inc

    Released on: 2009-06-18

    Music Publisher: Harvard Music
    Composer: Mayfield P
    Lyricist: Mayfield P
    Music Publisher: Ninandy Music c/o Harry Fox Agency, 711 3rd Ave. NY, NY 10017

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    Albert Collins - 03 Lights Are On HD

    11:24

    Live At Montreux 1992

    TRACK LISTING:
    1) Iceman
    2) Honey Hush
    3) Lights Are On (But Nobody's Home)
    4) If You Love Me Like You Say
    5) Too Many Dirty Dishes
    6) Put The Shoe On The Other Foot
    7) Frosty

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    Canned Heat with Clarence Gatemouth Brown - Worried Life Blues

    6:26

    Canned Heat with Clarence Gatemouth Brown at Montreux 1973

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    albert collins - live

    3:31

    Albert Collins - live

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    Albert Collins - Iceman!

    5:59

    Live performance!

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    Albert Collins - Listen Here!

    5:52

    Live in Germany, 1985.

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    The Drifter - Clarence Gatemouth Brown with Carlos Santana at the Montreux 2004

    15:25

    Great blues! Each one doing his bit beautifully. Fine musical experience!

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    A Master Class with Clarence Gatemouth Brown, Part 1: Concert

    56:08

    In this clip from - Legendary blues guitarist Clarence Gatemouth Brown visits Loyola University, New Orleans to play a concert showcasing his unique blend of blues, country and Louisiana funk and Cajun, as part of a master class in playing music. He also takes some time to explain his approach to writing and playing music to the student audience.

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    Albert Collins & Etta James - Sweet Little Angel

    6:03

    Recorded Live At Wiltern Theatre, Los Angeles. CA. 1988. The Band are: Josh Sklair & Joe Walsh (guitar), Ed Sanford (organ), Mickey Raphael (harmonica), Jerry Peterson (sax), Gip Noble (piano), Rick Rosas (bass), Michael Huey (drums).

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    Albert Collins & The Ice Breakers - Dyin Flu

    10:35

    The Master Of The Telecaster!!!!!!!!! (Live at the Union Bar Mineapolis, March 8, 1981)

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    Trouble Was Money

    10:54

    Provided to YouTube by The-Source

    Trouble Was Money · Albert Collins

    Albert Collins

    ℗ 2009 Charly Records

    Released on: 2009-09-29

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    Clarence Gatemouth Brown - One more mile

    5:31

    Live from New Orleans 1984.....

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    Jimmie Vaughan Playing Gatemouth Browns 1951 Esquire!

    5:28

    Full lessons at Here's a recent video of Jimmie Vaughan at C-Boys' in Austin, TX. Jimmie is playing the 1952 Fender Esquire originally given to Clarence Gatemouth Brown by Leo Fender in 1951, and used in 1954 to record his signature song Okie Dokie Stomp. My father has owned the guitar since the late 60's and brought it down for Jimmie to use for a set. That tone though! I used to play with Gatemouth when I was young, and he signed the headstock to me one night way back when. Lots of music history there!

    I have a passion for music and a passion for teaching and I have been immersed in music my whole life. My father was the guitarist with the 60's & 70's roots-rock band Mother Earth. I was so fortunate to grow up in the rich musical scene here in Austin, Texas.

    Starting when I was a young kid, I was able to sit in with, and open the shows for, many blues legends-guys like Albert Collins, Buddy Guy, Albert King, Jimmie Vaughan, Johnny Winter, Ottis Rush and B.B. King. I was able to learn first hand from these players how to really be a great blues guitarist!

    At you can learn the licks, riffs, progressions and entire songs of many blues and rock legends, the way they played them. Benefit from my years of experience by watching, learning and playing with me online!

    Website:
    Facebook:
    Twitter:
    Google +:

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    Clarence Gatemouth Brown-Okie Dokie Stomp

    3:08

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    Albert Collins - Dyin Flu

    3:18

    Truckin' With Albert Collins - Recorded in Houston, Texas, 1962-'63 Released in 1965. Originally released as The Cool Sound Of Albert Collins

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    Clarence Gatemouth Brown - Deep deep water

    10:06

    Artist Biography by Bill Dahl
    Whatever you do, don't refer to multi-instrumentalist Clarence Gatemouth Brown as a bluesman, although his imprimatur on the development of Texas blues is enormous. You're liable to get him riled. If you must pigeonhole the legend, just call him an eclectic Texas musical master whose interests encompass virtually every roots genre imaginable.
    Brown learned the value of versatility while growing up in Orange, TX. His dad was a locally popular musician who specialized in country, Cajun, and bluegrass -- but not blues. Later, Gate was entranced by the big bands of Count Basie, Lionel Hampton, and Duke Ellington (a torrid arrangement of Take the 'A' Train remains a centerpiece of Brown's repertoire). Tagged with the Gatemouth handle by a high school instructor who accused Brown of having a voice like a gate, Brown has used it to his advantage throughout his illustrious career. (His guitar-wielding brother, James Widemouth Brown, recorded Boogie Woogie Nighthawk for Jax in 1951.)
    In 1947, Gate's impromptu fill-in for an ailing T-Bone Walker at Houston entrepreneur Don Robey's Bronze Peacock nightclub convinced Robey to assume control of Brown's career. After two singles for Aladdin stiffed, Robey inaugurated his own Peacock label in 1949 to showcase Brown's blistering riffs, which proved influential to a legion of Houston string-benders (Albert Collins, Johnny Copeland, Johnny Guitar Watson, Cal Green, and many more have pledged allegiance to Brown's riffs). Peacock and its sister label Duke prospered through the '50s and '60s.
    Gate stayed with Peacock through 1960. The R&B charts didn't reflect Brown's importance (he hit only once nationwide with 1949's two-sided smash Mary Is Fine/My Time Is Expensive). But his blazing instrumentals (Boogie Uproar, Gate Walks to Board, 1954's seminal Okie Dokie Stomp), horn-enriched rockers (She Walked Right In, Rock My Blues Away), and lowdown Lone Star blues (Dirty Work at the Crossroads) are a major component of the rich Texas postwar blues legacy. Brown broke new ground often -- even in the '50s, he insisted on sawing his fiddle at live performances, although Robey wasn't interested in capturing Gate's violin talent until Just Before Dawn (his final Peacock platter in 1959).
    The '60s weren't all that kind to Brown. His cover of Little Jimmy Dickens' country novelty May the Bird of Paradise Fly Up Your Nose for tiny Hermitage Records made a little noise in 1965 (and presaged things to come stylistically). But the decade was chiefly memorable for Brown's 1966 stint as house bandleader for The!!!!Beat, a groundbreaking syndicated R&B television program out of Dallas hosted by WLAC DJ Bill Hoss Allen.
    When Gate began to rebuild his career in the '70s, he was determined to do things his way. Country, jazz, even calypso now played a prominent role in his concerts; he became as likely to launch into an old-time fiddle hoedown as a swinging guitar blues. He turned up on Hee Haw with pickin' and grinnin' pal Roy Clark after they cut a sizzling 1979 duet album for MCA, Makin' Music. Acclaimed discs for Rounder, Alligator, Verve, and Blue Thumb in the '80s, '90s, and 2000s have proven that Gatemouth Brown is a steadfastly unclassifiable American original. Gatemouth Brown passed away on September 10, 2005 in Orange, TX.

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    Same Old Blues - Clarence Gatemouth Brown

    4:12

    Blues

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    Clarence Gatemouth Brown at Home

    30:10

    In this clip from - Legendary blues guitarist Clarence Gatemouth Brown invites Loyola University, New Orleans students into his home for an interview about his life, music, and business. He discusses how he learned to play guitar, how he manages his affairs, where he gets his inspiration, and what he values in band members, and also shares some advice for beginning musicians.

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    CLARENCE Gatemouth BROWN

    4:56

    From LP ''Cold Strange'' 1977 [Black And Blue ‎– 33 096, France]
    Guitar, Vocals – Clarence Gatemouth Brown
    Bass – Roland Lobligeois
    Organ – Milt Buckner
    Piano – Jay McShann
    Tenor Saxophone – Arnett Cobb
    Drums – Michael Silva, Paul Gunther
    All tracks were recorded 1973 in Toulouse (track A4) and Paris, France.

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    Albert Collins - Cold, Cold Feeling ~Frosty

    3:47

    San Francisco Blues Festival, 1983.

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    30- Robert Cray & Albert Collins - The Dream - Live At Sevilla 1991

    6:26

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    Albert Collins - 04 If You Love Me Like You Say HD

    4:02

    Live At Montreux 1992

    TRACK LISTING:
    1) Iceman
    2) Honey Hush
    3) Lights Are On (But Nobody's Home)
    4) If You Love Me Like You Say
    5) Too Many Dirty Dishes
    6) Put The Shoe On The Other Foot
    7) Frosty

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    Albert Collins - Chicago ´80

    5:12

    From documentary called Chicago Melodie.

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    British guitarist reacts to Clarence Gatemouth Browns TIGHT blues chops!

    8:21

    Tonight I'm taking a look at some old school blues from Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown!
    Original video -

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    Albert Collins-Master Charge

    5:11

    Album: Deluxe Edition

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    Clarence Gatemouth Brown - Leftover Blues Live from Austin, TX

    11:29

    From the Clarence Gatemouth Brown album 'Live from Austin, TX available now:


    Also available at Amazon:
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    ALBERT COLLINS

    2:55

    From Vinyl, 7, 45 RPM, Single, Promo , 1964 [Hall-Way Records - ‎S-1831 , USA]

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    ALBERT COLLINS FROSTY

    6:08

    ALBERT COLLINS

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    Okie Dokie Stomp

    1:51

    Charles Després & the Midnight Creepers playing Okie Dokie Stomp, a great guitar instrumental by Clarence Gatemouth Brown, at the Bar des Seigneurs in Nancy, France, on March 26, 2017.

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    Clarence Gatemouth Brown - Early In The Mornin Live from Austin, TX

    5:27

    From the Clarence Gatemouth Brown album 'Live from Austin, TX available now:


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    Albert Collins - Frosty Live from Austin, TX

    14:09

    From the Albert Collins album 'Live from Austin, TX' available now on CD and DVD:


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    Albert Collins - Frosty!

    2:01

    San Francisco Blues Festival 1983.

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    Gatemouth Brown w/CANNED HEAT WORRIED LIFE BLUES.

    7:35

    All songs are copyright of their respective composers

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    Clarence Gatemouth Brown - Dollar got the blues

    4:40

    Another great song

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    Clarence Gatemouth Brown - Okie Dokie Stomp

    2:34

    Okie Dokie Stomp by Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown from the album A Stack of Blues
    Released 2016-07-01 on Not Now Music
    Download on iTunes:
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    This opulent compilationt offers 60 classic tracks, all of which have been covered by or, at the least, influenced later performers. Some of the artists – B.B. King, Buddy Guy, Muddy Waters, the Kings – will be more familiar than others, but the music is uniformly potent. Enjoy!
    © 2016 Not Now Music
    ℗ 2016 Not Now Music

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