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Playlist of Alexis Korner

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    Alexis Korner Documentary

    49:45

    ***If this video is blocked in your country, you can watch it here:
    BBC Radio 2 documentary I made in 1999 about my friend and mentor Alexis Korner. Alexis was a gifted, charming, and sometimes troubled man who influened many - but whose own life and work were shot through with paradoxes. How do you pack a whole lifetime into a fifty minute radio programme? You can't. But hopefully this programme will serve as a short introduction to Alexis and his work. Nearly 30 years after his tragically early death, he's still remembered widely with love, warmth and gratitude.
    (Tom Robinson)

    Alexis Korner has had a great influence on the British Blues Scene. If only for helping bring the Rolling Stones together, Alexis should becarried round London on a sedan chair for the rest of his life.
    (Pete Townshend, The Who)

    For his full life story see official biography by Harry Shapiro:

    Website
    Wikipedia:

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    Alexis Korner & Steve Marriott - Slow down 1975

    3:24

    Alexis Korner & Steve Marriott (Small Faces) - Slow down 1975

    (Original by Larry Williams 1958)

    Come on pretty baby, won't you walk with me?
    pretty baby, won't you talk with me?
    pretty baby, give me one more chance.
    Try to save our romance!

    Slow down, baby, now you're movin' way too fast.
    You gotta gimme little lovin', gimme little lovin',
    Ow! if you want our love to last.

    I used to walk you home, baby, after school,
    Carry your books home, too.
    Now you .. my ..,
    Baby what you're tryin' to do?

    You better slow down!
    Now you're movin' way too fast.
    You gotta gimme little lovin', gimme little lovin',
    Bbbbb! if you want our love to last.

    (Instrumental)

    Come on, pretty baby, wont you walk with me?
    Pretty baby, wont you talk with me?
    Pretty baby, give me one more chance
    I'll try things to our romance.

    Slow down, baby, now you're movin' way too fast.
    You gotta gimme little lovin', gimme little lovin',
    Ow!

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    Alexis Korner- Get Off My Cloud

    5:31

    1974 recording featuring -
    Alexis Korner : vocals, Tipple, percussion
    Peter Frampton: electric guitar
    Nicky Hopkins: piano
    Steve Marriott: electric guitar
    Keith Richards: vocals/electric guitar
    Rick Wills: bass guitar
    Terry Stannard: drums

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    Alexis Korner - Honky Tonk Woman

    6:28

    Alexis Korner im Duo mit Colin Hodgkinson bei einem Konzert in Graz zu Anfang der 1980er Jahre mit einem Interview über Blues Incorporated.

    Alexis Korner: Gitarre/Vocals
    Colin Hodgkinson: Bass/Vocals

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    Alexis Korner And Steve Marriott - Get Off Of My Cloud 0815007

    4:46

    HQ-Video. Alexis Korner And Steve Marriott - Get Off Of My Cloud (live 1975)

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    Alexis Korner - One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer

    3:05

    Alexis Andrew Nicholas Koerner (19 April 1928 – 1 January 1984), known professionally as Alexis Korner, was a British blues musician and radio broadcaster, who has sometimes been referred to as a founding father of British blues. A major influence on the sound of the British music scene in the 1960s, Korner was instrumental in bringing together various British blues musicians.

    Korner was born in Paris, to an Austrian Jewish father and a Greek mother. He spent his childhood in France, Switzerland and North Africa and arrived in London in 1940 at the start of World War II. One memory of his youth was listening to a record by black pianist Jimmy Yancey during a German air raid. Korner said, From then on all I wanted to do was play the blues.

    After the war, Korner played piano and guitar (his first guitar was built by friend and author Sydney Hopkins, who wrote Mister God, This Is Anna) and in 1949 joined Chris Barber's Jazz Band[7] where he met blues harmonica player Cyril Davies. They started playing together as a duo, started the influential London Blues and Barrelhouse Club in 1955 and made their first record together in 1957. Korner made his first official record on Decca Records DFE 6286 in the company of Ken Colyer's Skiffle Group. His talent extended to playing mandolin on one of the tracks of this rare British EP, recorded in London on 28 July 1955. Korner brought many American blues artists, previously virtually unknown in Britain, to perform.

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    C.C.S. - Whole Lotta Love Alexis Korner

    3:38

    C.C.S. - Whole Lotta Love Alexis Korner ;-)

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    Alexis Korners Blues Incorporated - Chicken Shack

    2:28

    This is a classic, that was originally written by Jimmy Smith and appeared on his album Back at the Chicken Shack. This is my first video of Father of the British Blues. This song comes from an album Red Hot From Alex, which was released in 1964. The whole album is really interesting.
    Dave Castle - Alto Saxophone
    Danny Thompson - Bass
    Barry Howten - Drums
    Alexis Korner - Guitar
    Ron Edgeworth - Organ
    Art Theman, Dick Heckstall-Smith - Tenor Saxophone
    I do not own this song or the copyrights for it!

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    1967-I Wonder Who

    36:03

    Side 1
    1. Watermelon Man (Herbie Hancock) 2:29
    2. Streamline Train (R.Nelson) 2:33
    3. Rock Me (Alexis Korner) 3:25
    4. Come Back (Alexis Korner) 1:48
    5. Going Down Slow (J.Oden) 2:16
    6. 2.19 Blues (arr.Jelly Roll Morton) 4:22
    7. Rivers Invitation (Percy Mayfield) 2:23
    Side 2
    8. I Wonder Who? (Alexis Korner) 4:18
    9. Chicken Shack Back Home (Jimmy Smith) 2:39
    10. County Jail Blues (Merriweather) 3:00
    11. Roll 'Em Pete (Turner/Johnson) 1:46
    12. Betty & Dupree (arr.Korner) 3:06
    13. See See Rider (Ma Rainey) 2:33

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    Alexis Korner with Rolling Stones members

    10:24

    The Marquee 1958-1983 Silver Jubilee Gig. April 29, 1983 with Stones members Stu, Bill and Charlie (Stu plays the whole gig but not in this song). Buy the DVD at

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    Alexis Korner talking about Mick Jagger.wmv

    1:22

    BBC docu. clip from 1982

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    Alexis Korner & Robert Plant - Steal Away

    4:44

    Alexis Korner (el padre del blues británico) junto a Robert Plant grabaron este Steal Away del propio Korner en 1968, antes de que Plant entrara en Led Zeppelin. Disfruta de la música de guitarras, explora las playlists del canal y suscríbete!!!

    This video was made as a tool for cultural dissemination, nonprofit. No Copyright Infringement Intended.

    Este vídeo ha sido realizado como herramienta de difusión cultural, sin ánimo de lucro. Todos los derechos son de sus propietarios. Apoya a los artistas y compra su música.
    Si siente que sus derechos han sido vulnerados, comuniquemelo y en 48 horas será solucionado. Gracias.

    If someone believes that their rights are violated copyright, please do me know and corresponding video will be removed within 48 hours.

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    Alexis Korner - The Story of the British Blues guitarist Part 1/3 - Radio Broadcast 31/01/2008

    21:53

    Alexis Korner story from his childhood, Skiffle scene, playing with the American Blues masters, hearing Muddy Waters, turning electric and the Ealing Club.

    With contribution from Mick Jagger, Alexis Corner, Bobby Korner, Harry Shapiro, Chris Barber, Charlie Watts and Big Jim Sullivan.

    Narrated by Chris Jagger.

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    BLUES INCORPORATED - ALEXIS KORNER AND CYRIL DAVIES

    3:55

    (Hoochie Coochie man - Live London 1962)

    BLUES INCORPORATED - (Alexis Andrew Nicholas Koerne) ALEXIS KORNER (voc,gt) - April 19, 1928 (paris) - January 1, 1984 (London) - CYRIL DAVIES (voc,ha) - January 23, 1932 ((Denham,England) - January 7, 1964 ( London) FEAT, Jack Bruce (bass) - Charlie Watts (dm) Live 1962 London -- (The Blues Incorporated became the first white band of Blues electrified the world, qualifying it as a source of ideas and experience to the nascent Rock Blues English)

    ALEXIS KORNER A NEW GENERATION OF BLUES

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    Alexis Korner ft Chris Farlowe, Zoot Money, Paul Jones and Eric Clapton - Stormy Monday Blues

    9:03

    Taken from the video Eat A Little Rhythm And Blues which was recorded at April 19th, 1978, at the 50th birthday of Alexis Korner.
    Also known as the Party Album.
    Recorded in the Gatsby Room, Pinewood Studios, London for Rockpalast and the BBC.
    (See

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    Alexis Korner ft Chris Farlowe and Eric Clapton - Got to get you off of my mind

    6:29

    Chris Farlowe (Vocals)
    Alexis Korner (Guitar)
    Zoot Money (Electric piano,vocals)
    Paul Jones (Harmonica)
    Duffy Power (Harmonica)
    Eric Clapton (Guitar)
    Neil Ford (Guitar)
    Colin Hodgkinson (Bass)
    Stu Speer (Drums)
    Mel Collins (Tenor saxophone, Soprano saxophone)
    Dick Heckstall-Smith (Tenor saxophone)
    John Surman (Baritone saxophone, Soprano saxophone)
    Dick Morrisey (Tenor saxophone)
    Art Themen (Tenor saxophone)
    Mike Zwerin (Trombone)
    Sappho Gillet (Tambourine/backing vocals)

    Taken from the video Eat A Little Rhythm And Blues.

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    ALEXIS KORNER - GET OFF OF MY CLOUD - FULL ALBUM 1975 - PETER FRAMPTON - KEITH RICHARD

    34:52

    SONGS:

    1. I GOT CHA NUMBER
    2. THE WASP (TEXAS RADIO)
    3. BROTHER JOHNSON
    4. TREE TOP FEVER
    5. YOU ARE MY SUNSHINE
    6. STRANGE N' DERANGED
    7. SLOW DOWN
    8. SONG FOR JIMI
    9. AIN'T THAT PECULIAR
    10. GET OFF OF MY CLOUD

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    Alexis Korner - Pretty Mama

    5:39

    Alexis Korner's 50th Birthday Party, erschienen als The Party Album gefilmt in den Pynewood Studios in London für den Rockpalast am 19.04.1978, leider nie auf DVD erschienen und auch seit 1984 nie wieder gesendet, die CD ist auch vergriffen...

    Dabei ist dies ein wirklich denkwürdiges Konzert gewesen, da Alexis viele seiner Schützlinge dabei hatte, wie Dick Heckstall-Smith, Eric Clapton, Chris Farlowe oder Paul Jones um nur wenige zu nennen.

    Alexis Korner: Gitarre
    Paul Jones: Harp/Vocals
    Duffy Power: Harp/Vocals
    Chris Farlowe: Vocals
    Eric Clapton: Gitarre
    Dick Morrisey: Tenor Saxophon
    Art Themen: Tenor/Sopran Saxophon
    John Surmann: Bariton/Sopran Saxophon
    Dick Heckstall-Smith: Tenor/Sopran Saxophon
    Mel Colins: Tenor/Bariton/Sopran Saxophon
    Mike Zwerin: Posaune/Bass Trompete
    Zoot Money: Keyboards
    Colin Hodgkinson: Bass/Vocals
    Stu Peer: Drums

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    ALEXIS KORNER - I Wonder Who

    36:27

    ALEXIS KORNER - I Wonder Who (Full Album) (1967)
    SIDE A
    00:00 Watermelon Man
    02:30 Streamline Train
    05:02 Rock Me
    08:26 Come Back
    10:13 Going Down Slow
    12:19 2.19 Blues
    16:50 River's Invitation
    SIDE B
    19:12 I Wonder Who
    23:30 Chicken Shack Back Home
    26:08 County Jail Blues
    29:06 Roll 'em Pete
    30:50 Betty & Dupree
    33:55 See See Rider
    Recorded in a mere two sessions, this had the potential to be a decent, if hardly innovative, effort. At this point, Korner's group was in one its most stripped-down phases, featuring just Alexis on guitar, Danny Thompson on bass, and Terry Cox on drums. Very shortly after this disc, Thompson and Cox would form the rhythm section of Pentangle, so these cuts are somewhat akin to hearing the bare bones of Pentangle in a much more blues/jazz-based context. The musical backing is not the problem, nor is the material, divided between Korner originals and blues standards by the likes of Jimmy Smith, Percy Mayfield, Ma Rainey, and Jelly Roll Morton. The problem is that Korner elected to sing these himself in his gruff, scraggly croak. It's not like listening to Dylan or Buffy Sainte-Marie, who take some getting used to, but have considerable, idiosyncratic talent -- Korner simply cannot, objectively speaking, sing. (His butchering of Herbie Hancock's Watermelon Man has to be heard to be believed.) And that makes this album downright difficult to bear, despite the fine, spare musical arrangements (the instrumental cover of Jimmy Smith's Chicken Shack Back Home is a major standout in this context). If Korner had the wisdom to employ even a minor-league British bluesman like, say, Duffy Power (who guested with him occasionally during this time) as his singer for these sessions, the results would have been immeasurably better.

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    Alexis Korner - Lining Track

    3:29

    Alexis Korner mit seinem langjährigen Weggefährten Colin Hodgkinson im Duo. Sie veröffentlichten als Duo die Album Live In Paris und White & Blue.

    Die Aufnahme stammt vermutlich aus dem Londoner Roundhouse Anfang der 80er Jahre. Bitte wieder um infos zu den Aufnahmen, falls jmd. mehr weiß.

    Alexis Korner: Tambourine/Vocals
    Colin Hodgkinson: Bass/Vocals

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    Alexis Korner - Sweet Sympathy

    4:11

    This also recorded by Alexis' band 'Snape'. This version includes Jim Diamond.

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    Alexis Korner - Wade In The Water

    7:00

    Live in Frankfurt am Main am 27. September 1974 auf dem 14. Deutschen Jazz Festival.

    Alexis Korner: Gitarre/Vocals
    Klaus Doldinger: Tenorsaxophon
    Johnny Griffin: Tenorsaxophon
    Kristian Schulze: Keyboard
    Brian Auger: Hammond Orgel
    Volker Kriegel: Gitarre
    Wolfgang Schmid: Bass
    Curt Cress: Schlagzeug
    Pete York: Schlagzeug

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    Wyman, Watts and Stu with Alexis Korner

    3:39

    If the copyright owner of this video wants I will delete it or give proper credits or whatever you want, save your time and doing directly with me.

    Bill Wyman playing with Alexis Korner, Ian Stewart and Charlie Watts live 1983 from the DVD Alexis Korner and friends

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    MEMPHIS SLIM WITH ALEXIS KORNER

    13:59

    MEMPHIS SLIM WITH ALEXIS KORNER



    Wizard of the keyboard, Memphis Slim knew, like no other, to perpetuate the tradition of the Boogie-Woogie, this piano-Blues formed in the Barrelhouses of the Deep South. A prolific composer, before embarking on a fabulous career in Europe, he established himself as a of the most brilliant exponents of the Chicago Blues and as an excellent conductor.




    John Lee Chatman ''Memphis Slim''

    B. September 3, 1915 - Memphis, Tennessee
    D. February 24, 1988 - Paris, France

    1. Slow Blues
    2. Beer Drinkin' Woman
    3. In The Evening

    Memphis Slim (pn/voc)
    Alexis Korner (gt)
    S. Grieg (dm)
    London 1960

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    Keith Richards on father of British blues: Alexis Korner

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    Keith Richards answers a fan question about Alexis Korner, a founding father of British blues who helped the Stones with gigs during their very early days. Posted on Keith's website (Ask Keith) around 2003:

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    Alexis Korner - One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer

    6:23

    Alexis Korner mit Steve Marriott in der deutschen TV Sendung Musikladen, 1975.

    Alexis Korner: Gitarre/Vocals
    Steve Marriott: Gitarre Vocals
    Nick South: Bass
    Ian Wallace: Drums

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    Alexis Korner - Rock Me

    5:09

    Alexis Korner in der englischen TV Sendung Anatomy Of Pop im Jahre 1970 mit einem Interview über Blues Musik und einigen Videoausschnitten der Stones.

    Alexis Korner: Vocals/Gitarre

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    Early In the Morning

    3:02

    Provided to YouTube by Sanctuary Records

    Early In the Morning (2006 Remastered Version) · Alexis Korner's Blues Incorporated

    Alexis Korner's Blues Incorporated

    ℗ 1965 2006 Alexis Korner Enterprises Ltd. under exclusive licence to Sanctuary Records Group Ltd., a BMG Company

    Guitar: Alexis Korner

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    ALEXIS KORNER - SPOONFUL

    6:40

    A classic and all time favorite...

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    Alexis Korner - How Long Blues & Hoochie Coochie Man

    10:44

    Alexis Korner - How Long Blues & Hoochie Coochie Man

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    Alexis Korner - 1973 - One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer - Dimitris Lesini Greece

    3:19

    Alexis Korner - 1973 - One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer - Dimitris Lesini Greece

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    Ottilie Patterson Blues Roll On With Alexis Korner

    10:31

    Ottilie Patterson sings 'Me And Chauffeur' & 'Ottilie's Blues' from the BBC radio programme 'Blues Roll On' with Alexis Korner broadcast in July 1968.

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    Alexis Korner - Sweet Home Chicago

    4:40

    Alexis Korner mit seinem langjährigen Weggefährten Colin Hodgkinson im Duo. Sie veröffentlichten als Duo die Album Live In Paris und White & Blue.

    Die Aufnahme stammt vermutlich aus dem Londoner Roundhouse Anfang der 80er Jahre. Bitte wieder um infos zu den Aufnahmen, falls jmd. mehr weiß.

    Zwischendurch erklärt Alexis warum er gerade jetzt wieder mit Colin als Duo auftritt.

    Alexis Korner: Gitarre/Vocals
    Colin Hodgkinson: Bass/Vocals

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    Alexis Korner - The story of the British Blues Guitarist Part 2/3 - Radio Broadcast 07/02/2008

    21:45

    Alexis Korner and the begginings of the Ealing Club and his band Blues Incorporated and when Mick Jagger was dropped from Alexi's BBC session.

    With contribution from Alexis Korner, Bobby Korner, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Paul Jones, Eric Burdon, Ronnie Jones, Charlie Watts and Harry Shapiro.

    Narrated by Chris Jagger.

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    Alexis Korner 1978 + Pirates + Dr Feelgood + Chicken Shack

    13:25

    This video is not owned by me, but in the name of good music I share. May your ear smiles!

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    Alexis Korner - Id Rather Go Blind

    9:57

    Considered the father of British rhythm and blues, Alexis Korner’s influence on a generation of musicians should never be underestimated. Robert Palmer, Eric Burden, Paul Jones and Eric Clapton are just a few of the names who can thank Korner for a leg-up on the musical ladder. This superb concert performance celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Marquee Club in London and recorded as part of the “Live From London” series, is testament to Korner’s talents and pulling power as he is joined on stage by some famous friends including Bill Wyman, Charlie Watts, Ruby Turner to name but a few. Tracks include How Long Blues, Blue Monday, Hoochie Coochie Man and many more.!

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    Alexis Korner - Diamonds In The Rough

    4:54

    Alexis Korner mit Steve Marriott in der deutschen TV Sendung Musikladen, 1975.

    Alexis Korner: Vocals
    Steve Marriott: Vocals

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    Alexis Korner - Stormy Monday Blues

    9:25

    Alexis Korner's 50th Birthday Party, erschienen als The Party Album gefilmt in den Pynewood Studios in London für den Rockpalast am 19.04.1978, leider nie auf DVD erschienen und auch seit 1984 nie wieder gesendet, die CD ist auch vergriffen...

    Dabei ist dies ein wirklich denkwürdiges Konzert gewesen, da Alexis viele seiner Schützlinge dabei hatte, wie Dick Heckstall-Smith, Eric Clapton, Chris Farlowe oder Paul Jones um nur wenige zu nennen.

    Alexis Korner: Gitarre
    Chris Farlowe: Vocals
    Duffy Power: Harp
    Neil Ford: Gitarre
    Eric Clapton: Gitarre
    Dick Morrisey: Tenor Saxophon
    Art Themen: Tenor/Sopran Saxophon
    John Surmann: Bariton/Sopran Saxophon
    Dick Heckstall-Smith: Tenor/Sopran Saxophon
    Mel Colins: Tenor/Bariton/Sopran Saxophon
    Mike Zwerin: Posaune/Bass Trompete
    Zoot Money: Keyboards
    Colin Hodgkinson: Bass/Vocals
    Stu Peer: Drums

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    Alexis Korner - Get off My Cloud

    5:13

    Alexis Korner mit Steve Marriott in der deutschen TV Sendung Musikladen, 1975.

    Alexis Korner: Gitarre/Vocals
    Steve Marriott: Gitarre/Vocals
    Nick South: Bass
    Ian Wallace: Drums

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    Alexis Korner And Friends Stormy Monday Blues

    5:54

    Alexis Korner was born in Paris to an Austrian father and Greek mother, and spent his childhood in France, Switzerland, and North Africa. He arrived in London in 1940 at the start of the Second World War. One memory of his youth was listening to a record by Jimmy Yancey during a German air raid. He said, From then on all I wanted to do was play the blues.

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    ALEXIS KORNER - CLAY HOUSE INN

    2:51

    ALEXIS KORNER - CLAY HOUSE INN
    ALBUM Alexis (1971)

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    Alexis Korner - My momma told me

    5:08

    Alexis Korner

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    Alexis Korners Blues Incorporated - Hoochie Coochie Man

    3:08

    Alexis Korner (19 April 1928 1 January 1984), born Alexis Andrew Nicholas Koerner, was a pioneering blues musician and broadcaster who has sometimes been referred to as the Founding Father of British Blues. A major influence on the sound of the British music scene in the 1960s, Korner was instrumental in bringing together various English blues musicians.

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    Alexis Korner - I Aint Gonna Worry No More

    2:38

    I Ain't Gonna Worry No More by Alexis Korner from the album Easy Rider
    Released 2011-06-24 on Not Now Music
    Download on iTunes:
    Download on Google Play:

    Featuring classics such as 'Boll Weevil', 'Leaving Blues' and title track 'Easy Rider', this is essential listening for any blues fan from the 'Founding Father Of British Blues' himself, Alexis Korner. If proof is needed of the influence Korner had on British music, listen to these 40 digitally remastered tracks to the sounds that would shape future stars such as The Rolling Stones and Led Zeppelin and see for yourself!
    © Not Now Music Ltd 2011
    ℗ Not Now Music Ltd 2011 .

    This is officially licensed content, not a copyright infringement. For any issues, please get in touch with finetunes first.

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    Alexis Korner - Slow Down

    3:50

    Alexis Korner mit Steve Marriott in der deutschen TV Sendung Musikladen, 1975.

    Alexis Korner: Gitarre/Vocals
    Steve Marriott: Gitarre/Vocals
    Nick South: Bass
    Ian Wallace: Drums

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    Stephen Dale Petit - Alexis Korner Says

    5:32

    Amazing blues from Stephen Dale Petit album Guitararama (2008)

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    alexis korner and the stones the marquee club london

    3:14

    alexis korner and the stones at the marquee

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    Alexis Korner - Sail On

    2:54

    Sail On by Alexis Korner from the album Easy Rider
    Released 2011-06-24 on Not Now Music
    Download on iTunes:
    Download on Google Play:

    Featuring classics such as 'Boll Weevil', 'Leaving Blues' and title track 'Easy Rider', this is essential listening for any blues fan from the 'Founding Father Of British Blues' himself, Alexis Korner. If proof is needed of the influence Korner had on British music, listen to these 40 digitally remastered tracks to the sounds that would shape future stars such as The Rolling Stones and Led Zeppelin and see for yourself!
    © Not Now Music Ltd 2011
    ℗ Not Now Music Ltd 2011 .

    This is officially licensed content, not a copyright infringement. For any issues, please get in touch with finetunes first.

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    Alexis Korner -Corina corina.

    3:09

    Best sound=HD720.

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    Alexis Korner - Spoonful

    7:06

    Die Aufnahme stammt aus der Rheingoldhalle in Mainz vom 24.04.1975.
    Die Aufnahmen bildeten die B-Seite des Alexis Korner Albums Meets Jack Daniels.
    Dies ist aus dem Tributprogramm das der WDR am 13.01.1984 anstatt des Rockpalastauftritts von Jack Bruce sendete. Zwischendruch ein kurzes Interview mit Alexis.

    Alexis Korner: Gitarre/Vocals

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