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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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  • Clarence Gatemouth Brown - Live 19.Jazzfestival Bern

    43:14

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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.

  • 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!
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  • Clarence Gatemouth Brown with Maria Muldaur - Dont Think Twice

    4:51

    Clarence Gatemouth Brown and Maria Muldaur do a bluesy version of Bob Dylan's Don't Think Twice on the album Long Way Home from 1996. Eric Clapton on guitar. Enjoy!
    Album Personnel:
    George Bitzer Organ (Hammond), Piano
    Clarence Gatemouth Brown - Guitar, Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric), Primary Artist, Viola, Violin, Vocals
    Bobby Campo - Cabassa, Cowbell, Guiro, Trumpet
    Bobby Charles - Guest Artist, Vocals
    Eric Clapton - Guest Artist, Guitar, Guitar (Acoustic)
    Ry Cooder - Guest Artist, Mandolin, Slide Guitar
    Eric Demmer - Sax (Alto)
    Teddy Jack Eddy - Gourd
    Grady Gaines - Sax (Tenor)
    Amos Garrett - Guest Artist, Guitar, Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Rhythm)
    Gene Gunulfsen - Vocals
    Jim Keltner - Drums, Maracas, Tambourine
    Sonny Landreth - Guest Artist, National Steel Guitar
    John D. Loudermilk - Guest Artist, Guitar (Acoustic), Vocals
    Peter McEachern - Trombone
    Maria Muldaur - Guest Artist, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
    Leon Russell - Guest Artist, Piano (Electric), Vocals
    Willie Weeks - Guitar (Bass)

  • Clarence Gatemouth Brown - Leftover Blues Live from Austin, TX

    11:29

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


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  • Canned Heat & Clarence Gatemouth Brown - Please Mr. Nixon

    9:42

    Canned Heat Live At Montreux 1973

  • 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!

  • Clarence Gatemouth Brown-Okie Dokie Stomp

    3:08

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  • Freddie King & Gatemouth Brown - Funky Mama

    1:28

    Music video by Freddie King & Gatemouth Brown performing Funky Mama.

  • 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.

  • Albert Collins - Lights Are On Nobody Home

    6:45

  • Albert Collins & Buddy Guy - Guitar Duel

    5:02

    Blues Alive

    1990

  • Albert Collins - Lights Are On But Nobodys Home Live from Austin, TX

    9:59

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


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  • Canned Heat with Clarence Gatemouth Brown - Worried Life Blues

    6:26

    Canned Heat with Clarence Gatemouth Brown at Montreux 1973

  • Clarence Gatemouth Browns Vintage Texas Blues & Boogie

    40:18

    Clarence Gatemouth Brown’s Vintage Texas Blues & Boogie


    00:00 - Gatemouth Brown Boogie
    02:31 - I Live My Life
    05:11 - Boogie Rambler
    08:00 - It Can Never Be That Way
    10:46 - Guitar In My Hand
    13:32 - Two O Clock In the Morning
    16:13 - Have You Ever Been Mistreated?
    19:03 - Justice Blues
    21:54 - After Sunset
    24:28 - Without My Baby
    27:00 - My Time Is Expensive
    29:48 - I Didn't Reach My Goal
    32:32 - Mercy On Me
    34:58 - Atomic Energy
    37:25 - Just Got Lucky

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  • Albert Collins & The Icebreakers - Same old thing

    11:01

  • ALBERT COLLINS WITH BARRELHOUSE - LIVE - FULL ALBUM 1978 BLUES

    45:11

    ALBERT COLLINS - GUITAR - VOCALS
    TINEKE SCHOEMAKER - VOCALS
    JOHNNY LAPORTE - GUITAR
    GUUS LAPORTE - GUITAR
    HAN VAN DAM - PIANO
    TONY VOS - ALTO SAX
    BOB DROS - DRUMS
    JAN WILHELM - SLIGTING BASS

    RECORDED 1978

  • I Got My Mojo Working

    4:47

    Provided to YouTube by The state51 Conspiracy

    I Got My Mojo Working · Clarence Gatemouth Brown

    Standing My Ground

    ℗ 1989 Alligator Records & Artist Mgmt., Inc

    Released on: 2009-06-18

    Music Publisher: Dare Music c/o Harry Fox Agency, 711 3rd Ave. NY, NY 11017
    Composer: Foster
    Lyricist: Foster

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • AlBert Collins & The Icebreakers 1985 1.Listen Here 2.If Trouble Was Money

    14:34

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  • Albert Collins - The Moon is Full

    6:43

    The Iceman is back ! The Master of Telecaster is kickin' again !

  • Albert Collins and The Icebreakers - Cold Cuts Part1 - Live 1980 Nr7.mkv

    10:32

    A bit slow starting, like a locomotive, split-up due to the total lenght.

  • Albert Collins, talked about his riffs

    5:38

  • Kenny Wayne Shepherd Feat. Clarence Gatemouth Brown - Born In Louisiana - USA 2006

    3:19

    From the DVD 10 Days Out

    These video uploads are completely nonprofit, no copyright infringement intended. The intention is rather to encourage those among the audience who enjoy the clips to buy the artists' CDs and DVDs and thus support them or their legal heirs. All DVDs shown here are available at the usual online shops. Greetings from the Black Forest!

  • Frosty

    4:59

    Provided to YouTube by The state51 Conspiracy

    Frosty · Albert Collins

    Frozen Alive!

    ℗ 1981 Alligator Records & Artist Mgmt., Inc

    Released on: 2009-06-18

    Composer: Collins
    Lyricist: Collins
    Music Publisher: Hall-Clement Music c/o Harry Fox Agency, 711 3rd Ave. NY, NY 10017

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Albert Collins & Rory Gallagher - Funk Jam

    25:45

    From The Album Albert Collins - Jammin' With Albert (1986)

  • JOHN LEE HOOKER, ROBERT CRAY, ALBERT COLLINS - The Boogie

    12:49

    John Lee Hooker & friends - live 1984-1992.

  • CLARENCE GATEMOUTH BROWN OKIE DOKIE STOMP

    2:36

  • Albert Collins - When the welfare turns its back on you

    5:28

    Albert Collins - When the welfare turns its back on you

  • Albert Collins, Conversation with...

    6:20

    You have to see this! Albert Collins talking to his lady, who's answering in a very typical way. Being a fan of Barrelhouse, I'm always looking for something relevant. And look what I've found today!
    Albert Collins playing with Barrelhouse on Febr. 2nd 1978. Recorded by Sesjun / TROS, Dutch television. At the time, recording was released on the album Albert Collins & Barrelhouse Live and nowadays available on CD too. However, the actual camera-recording is a bit harder to find. More info (and music) can be found at Have fun!!

  • Clarence Gatemouth Brown - Dollar got the blues

    4:40

    Another great song

  • Albert Collins, Robert Cray and Johnny Copeland - T-Bone Shuffle

    4:59

    Artist - Albert Collins, Robert Cray and Johnny Copeland
    Album - Showdown! (2011 Remaster)
    Song - T-Bone Shuffle
    Release Date - 1985

    I do not own any copyrights over this artist, song or album, demonstration purposes only. If you like it, please buy it

  • Frosty

    3:49

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Frosty · Clarence Gatemouth Brown

    Alright Again!

    ℗ 1981 Rounder Records., Distributed by Concord.

    Released on: 1981-01-01

    Producer, Recording Producer: Jim Bateman
    Producer, Recording Producer: Scott Billington
    Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: John Nagy
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer, Mixer: David Farrell
    Studio Personnel, Assistant Mixer, Asst. Recording Engineer: Eugene Foster
    Associated Performer, Vocals, Guitar: Clarence Gatemouth Brown
    Associated Performer, Piano: David Fingers Fender
    Associated Performer, Piano: Larry Sieberth
    Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: Red Lane
    Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: Myron Dove
    Associated Performer, Drums: Lloyd Herrman
    Associated Performer, Tenor Saxophone, Alto Saxophone: Bill Foots Samuel
    Associated Performer, Tenor Saxophone: Alvin Red Tyler
    Associated Performer, Baritone Saxophone: Joe Champagnski Sunseri
    Associated Performer, Trumpet: Stanton Davis, Jr.
    Associated Performer, Trombone: Jim McMillen
    Composer Lyricist: Albert Collins

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  • Clarence Gatemouth Brown - Deep deep water

    10:06

    Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown Deep deep water

  • 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.

  • Clarence Gatemouth Brown - Dark End Of The Hallway Live from Austin, TX

    5:20

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


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  • Clarence Gatemouth Brown - Sometimes I Slip

    6:10

    San Francisco Blues Festival. 1983.

  • Clarence Gatemouth Brown- Louisiana Zydeco

    3:17

    Clarence Gatemouth Brown's Louisiana Zydeco from his Standing My Ground album for Alligator Records.

    Please Enjoy.

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  • ALBERT COLLINS - BRICK

    4:36

    ALBUM Frostbite (1980)

  • 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

  • Albert Collins - Angel of Mercy Aupa Mallabia

    8:12

    Very good song by Albert Collins
    Disc: Frozen alive - Recorded live at The Union Bar in Minneapolis, Minnesota on March 5-8, 1981 IF YOU LIKE THE BLUES LISTENING THIS SONG
    Lyrics:

    -I went to work this mo'nin'
    My foreman looked me in the eye
    He said, Fella I don't know what's wrong with ya
    But you look sick enough to die
    -He sent me to the company doctor
    And he examined from head to toe
    Whatever's wrong with ya, young man
    My x-rays just won't show
    -I say, angel of mercy
    Won't you please look down on me?
    Angel of mercy
    A little mercy is all I need
    -The finance company
    They just can't recieve my check
    They say they want a payment by Friday
    Or they want all-a the furniture back
    -I went to the credit union
    To try to get myself a loan
    They said, I would let ya have it young man
    But we hear that you won't be workin' here much longer
    -Angel of mercy
    Won't you please look down on me?
    Oh, angel of mercy
    A little mercy is all I need
    -Lord have mercy
    Oh angel
    Oh
    Oh
    -Cut my lights off this mo'nin'
    They set my furniture out doors
    I was listenin' to the weatherman 'while ago
    An' he's says it's gonna rain an' snow
    -My daughter's got pneumonia
    An' my son is down with the flu
    My whole family's sufferin' from malnutrition
    And I can't even 'fford them soup
    -I say, angel of mercy
    Won't you please look down on me?
    Oh, angel of mercy
    A little mercy is all I need

  • Albert Collins and The Icebreakers - Ice Pick - Live 1980 Nr3

    6:19

    Master of the Telecaster as they called him those days. Guitar hero history, it swings without any doubt.

  • Clarence Gatemouth Brown - Have You Ever Been Mistreated?

    3:32

    Live from Nashville, Tennessee on February 14, 1966.

  • Clarence Gatemouth Brown - Christmas

    3:14

    From the album The Alligator Records Christmas Collection released in 1992.

  • ALBERT COLLINS

    2:34

    From LP '' The Cool Sound Of Albert Collins'' 1965 [TCF Hall ‎– TCF-8002, USA]
    Guitar, Vocals – Albert Collins
    Bass – Bill Johnson
    Organ – Walter McNeil
    Tenor Saxophone – Big Tiny
    Alto Saxophone – Henry Hayes
    Trumpet – Frank Mitchell
    Drums – Herbert Henderson

    The album was released after 8 years in 1973 and in France by Blue Thumb Records (BT 10017, 1973, France), with the same songs but a different cover and title (Truckin 'With Albert Collins)

  • Clarence Gatemouth Brown - Okie Dokee Stomp Instrumental

    5:17

  • Clarence Gatemouth Brown Ive Been Mistreated

    2:50

    I do not own the copyright to this recording. This video is for historical and educational purposes only.

    Clarence Gatemouth Brown:Vocals & Guitar

    Wilmer Shakesnider:Alto & Tenor Saxes

    George Alexander:Trumpet

    Clarence Green:Piano

    Unknown:Bass

    Harold Easton:Drums

    Recorded at the ACA studios 612 Westheimer, Houston, TX. late 1949

    Originally issued on the 1950 single (Peacock 1508) (78 & 45 RPM)

    This recording taken from the 2014 2-album set Boogie Uproar:Gems From The Peacock Vaults (One Day Music 2CD 241) (CD) (U.K.)

  • Clarence Gatemouth Brown Dont Start Me Talking

    2:03

    I do not own the copyright to this recording. This video is for historical and educational purposes only.

    Composed by Alex Miller (Sonny Boy Williamson II)

    Clarence Gatemouth Brown:Vocals & Guitar

    Other musicians unknown

    Recorded in Nashville, TN. 1965

    Originally issued on the 1983 album Clarence Gatemouth Brown:The Nashville Sessions 1965 (Chess PLP 6012) (LP) (Japan)

    This recording taken from the 1992 album Clarence Gatemouth Brown:San Antonio Ballbuster (CD) (U.K.)

  • Albert Collins - Mr. Collins, Mr. Collins Live from Austin, TX

    4:51

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


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  • Clarence Gatemouth Brown- Blues Power

    3:40

    very energetic version
    (No copyright infringement intended, all content belongs to its rightful owners- uploaded for viewing purposes only.)

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