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Playlist of Blues After Hours

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    Blues After Hours - Pee Wee Crayton

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    Blues After Hours

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    Blues After Hours · Pee Wee Crayton

    Early Hour Blues

    ℗ 1999 BLIND PIG RECORDS

    Released on: 1999-06-22

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    Pee Wee Crayton & his Guitar Blues After Hours

    2:31

    I do not own the copyright to this recording so if it needs to be removed, I will remove. This video is for educational purposes only

    Composed by Connie Crayton & Jules Taub (Based on After Hours composed by Avery Parrish)

    Connie Pee Wee Crayton:Guitar

    David Lee Johnson:Piano

    Bill Davis:Bass

    Candy Johnson:Drums

    Recorded in Los Angeles, CA. 1948

    Originally issued on the 1948 single (Modern 20-624) (78 RPM)

    This recording taken from the 1992 CD Blues Masters Volume One:Urban Blues

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    Pee Wee Crayton - Blues After Hours

    4:27

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    Eric Clapton - After Hours Blues

    3:59

    1974 - 461 Ocean Boulevard

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    Eric After Hours Blues

    4:22

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Eric After Hours Blues · Eric Clapton

    461 Ocean Blvd.

    ℗ 2004 Universal International Music B.V.

    Released on: 2004-01-01

    Composer Lyricist: Eric Clapton

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    Ronnie Earl, Blues after hours

    6:15

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    Pinetop Perkins - Blues After Hours

    7:35

    Artist Biography by Bill Dahl
    He admittedly wasn't the originator of the seminal piano piece Pinetop's Boogie Woogie, but it's a safe bet that more people associate it nowadays with Pinetop Perkins than with the man who devised it in the first place, Clarence Pinetop Smith. Although it seems as though he was around Chicago forever, the Mississippi native actually got a relatively late start on his path to Windy City immortality. It was only when Muddy Waters took him on to replace Otis Spann in 1969 that Perkins' rolling mastery of the ivories began to assume outsized proportions.

    Perkins began his blues existence primarily as a guitarist, but a mid-'40s encounter with an outraged chorus girl toting a knife at a Helena, Arkansas nightspot left him with severed tendons in his left arm. That dashed his guitar aspirations, but Joe Willie Perkins came back strong from the injury, concentrating solely on piano from that point on. Perkins had traveled to Helena with Robert Nighthawk in 1943, playing with the elegant slide guitarist on Nighthawk's KFFA radio program. Perkins soon switched over to rival Sonny Boy Williamson's beloved King Biscuit Time radio show in Helena, where he remained for an extended period. Perkins accompanied Nighthawk on a 1950 session for the Chess brothers that produced Jackson Town Gal, but Chicago couldn't hold him at the time.

    Nighthawk disciple Earl Hooker recruited Perkins during the early '50s. They hit the road, pausing at Sam Phillips' studios in Memphis long enough for Perkins to wax his first version of Pinetop's Boogie Woogie in 1953. He settled in downstate Illinois for a spell, then relocated to Chicago. Music gradually was relegated to the back burner until Hooker coaxed him into working on an LP for Arhoolie in 1968. When Spann split from Muddy Waters, the stage was set for Pinetop Perkins' re-emergence.

    Life of Ease After more than a decade with the Man, Perkins and his bandmates left en masse to form the Legendary Blues Band. Their early Rounder albums (Life of Ease, Red Hot 'n' Blue) prominently spotlighted Perkins' rippling 88s and rich vocals. He had previously waxed an album for the French Black & Blue logo in 1976 and four fine cuts for Alligator's Living Chicago Blues anthologies in 1978. Finally, in 1988, he cut his first domestic album for Blind Pig, After Hours. After that, Pinetop Perkins made up for precious lost time in the studio. Discs for Antone's, Omega (Portrait of a Delta Bluesman, a solo outing that includes fascinating interview segments), Deluge, Earwig, and several other firms ensured that his boogie legacy wouldn't be forgotten in the decades to come. In 2010 he collaborated with harmonica whiz Willie Big Eyes Smith for the album Joined at the Hip, which won a Grammy for Best Traditional Blues Album, giving Perkins the status of oldest Grammy winner ever. On March 21, 2011, just over a month after the award ceremony, the legendary bluesman died from a heart attack at his home in Austin, Texas. Pinetop Perkins was 97 years old.

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    Blues After Hours ~ Hollywood Fats Band

    7:43

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    The Hollywood Fats Band live at the Keystone Palo Alto, Ca 1979

    The Fats Band took 40's,'50's and 60's blues,jump blues,boogie woogie and jazz,combined these classic styles with an ' in the moment exciting modern edge to create some of the best, most creative and visionary music of it's kind. Their 1st album Hollywood Fats Band recorded in 1976 and released in 1979 is considered a seminal moment in modern blues.Tragically Hollywood Fats died at the young age of 32 in December 1986 cutting short a career that had he lived was destined for super stardom.Upon his death Guitar Player magazine wrote in a tribute to him, he was the greatest blues guitarist to come along in the last 25 years.Fat's playing on this track is amazing- just one example of so many.The truth is they are all amazing. The night this recording was made The Cobras out of Austin, Texas were also on the bill.On this tour, Stevie Ray Vaughan was their guitar player.He sat in the front row and never took his eyes off of Fats the entire set..At the end of the the show he repeatedly bowed to Hollywood calling him Sir Fats.In a tribute to Fats music writer and critic Jim Washburn wrote though a consummate backing musician,giving arrangements a spark without any ego flash to detract from a songs structure, Fats could always be counted on to step forward when it came time to solo and pour out chorus after chorus of incendiary playing.Along with a mastery of the breath of blues styles,he would also work into his solos modern jazz and Hendrix inspired touches.And through hundreds of gigs in unsung bars he was never repetitious,never uninspired,always pushing to make music that said something more.When Fats wason there wasn't a better blues player alive. No one has come along to fill Fat's place since he left this all too crazy, mixed up world . No one!!!
    David Mac--Blues Junction Productions

    Hollywood Fats,Guitar
    Al Blake, Vocals
    Richard Innes, Drums
    Freddy Kaplan, Piano
    Larry Taylor, Bass

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    West Road Blues Band

    4:46

    From LP Blues Power 1975 [ Bourbon Records ‎– BMC-3001 , Jpn]
    Backing Vocals – Mari Kaneko
    Bass – Tadashi Kobori
    Blues Harp – Ryuichiro Senoh
    Drums – Teruo Matsumoto
    Guitar – Junshi Yamagishi , Shinji Shiotsugu
    Organ – Hiroshi Sato
    Piano – Hiroshi Sato, Ryuichi Ide
    Vocals – Takashi Nagai

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    Matt Dwyer - Blues After Hours and Rawhide

    9:29

    Elwood Blues Club Jam , Prince Of Wales Hotel

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    After Hours - Erskine Hawkins & His Orchestra with Avery Parrish, piano

    3:21

    Blues instrumental written by pianist Avery Parrish, recorded June 10, 1940.

    -uploaded in HD at

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    Dizzy Gillespie/Sonny Rollins/Sonny Stitt-After Hours from Sonny Side Up

    12:22

    Sonny Side Up is an album by trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie, and the tenor saxophonists Sonny Stitt and Sonny Rollins, recorded in December 1957 in New York City. It was released the following year on producer Norman Granz' just launched Verve label.

    Pianist Ray Bryant, bassist Tommy Bryant, and drummer Charlie Persip provide the rhythm section.

    Source: Wikipedia

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    Pinetop Perkins - Blues After Hours

    5:04

    If you liked it, I suggest you to buy his albums.
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    Junior Watson - Blues After Hours

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    Junior Watson - Blues After Hours

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    Teddy Bunn - After Hours Blues

    4:12

    The Port of Harlem Seven

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    Elmore James - Blues After Hours - 1960 - No Love In My Heart - Dimitris Lesini Greece

    2:40

    Elmore James - Blues After Hours - 1960 - No Love In My Heart - Dimitris Lesini Greece

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    Lonnie Johnson - Blues after hours - 1962.

    3:28

    Blues after hours (Lonnie Johnson)

    Lonnie Johnson - Guitar.

    Recorded April 6, 1962.
    From the original Album :Another night to cry (Prestige/Bluesville)

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    Blues After Hours

    5:10

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    Blues After Hours · Pee Wee Crayton

    Blues Masters: Pee Wee Crayton

    ℗ Lionfish Music Group, Inc.

    Released on: 2014-06-24

    Composer: C. C. Crayton
    Composer: J. Taub
    Music Publisher: CAREERS-BMG MUSIC PUB INC

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    Blues After Hours

    4:38

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    Blues After Hours · Willie Dixon

    Live in Atlanta '73

    ℗ 2012 Vintage Masters Inc.

    Released on: 2012-09-01

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    Junior Watson - Blues After Hours

    7:19

    Junior Watson - Blues After Hours Live

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    Eric Clapton - After Hours Blues

    4:26

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    - If someone from the aforementioned wants this video to be removed, please contact me via a simple email and I will remove this video.
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    Blues After Hours

    6:35

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    Blues After Hours · Mel Brown

    The Wizard / Blues For We

    ℗ 1968 The Verve Music Group, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 2011-01-01

    Producer: Bob Thiele
    Producer, Assistant Producer: Jules Chaiken
    Composer Lyricist: Jules Taub
    Composer Lyricist: Pee Wee Crayton

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    Blues After Hours

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    Blues After Hours · Pinetop Perkins

    The Alligator Records 20th Anniversary Collection

    ℗ 1991 Alligator Records & Artist Management Inc.

    Released on: 2011-03-10

    Composer: Bruce
    Lyricist: Bruce
    Composer: Feyne
    Lyricist: Feyne
    Composer: Parrish
    Lyricist: Parrish

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    Pee Wee Crayton Guitar Lesson - Blues After Hours

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    Eric After Hours Blues with Guy Lee

    4:22

    This is an outake track from Eric Clapton's 461 Ocean Blvd album. I'm jamming along with Eric Clapton and his band. This was a first take and a lot of fun. I'm playing my '69 Tele through an Epiphone Valve Junior and a Line 6 Spider (if you can hear it). i just installed a Guitarheads Tele dual blade pickup in the lead position.

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    Franck Goldwasser - Blues After Hours

    4:28

    Live @ Bananapeel's (B) , Sept 2013

    w/ Mig Toquereau (Bass) ; Fabrice Bessouat (Drums)

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    Pee Wee Crayton-Blues After Hours

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    Blues After Hours

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    Pee Wee Crayton - Blues After Hours

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    Classic Blues from Pee Wee Crayton

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    Blues After Hours

    7:14

    Provided to YouTube by Redeye Worldwide

    Blues After Hours · Adrianna Marie and her Roomful of All-Stars

    Kingdom of Swing

    ℗ Popular Music Co.

    Released on: 2017-03-24

    Artist: Adrianna Marie and her Roomful of All-Stars

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    Blues After Hours - Hollywood Blue Flames - For Lynwood Slim - musicUcansee.com

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    Junior Watson had the distinct pleasure to share the stage with Pee Wee Crayton more than a hundred times back in the day, here he plays a Pee Wee Crayton song: Blues After Hours with the Hollywood Blue Flames for his fallen friend Lynwood Slim at the Slim Tribute in Long Beach, Ca.
    Hollywood Blue Flames:
    Fred Kaplan – Keys
    Larry ‘the mole’ Taylor – Bass
    Richard ‘bigfoot’ Innes – Drums
    Featuring:
    Junior Watson – Guitar
    Troy Jennings – Sax

    STAY TUNED!

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    Clifton Chenier --- Blues After Hours 1969

    3:36

    Recorded in Houston, Texas

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    Muddy Waters - After Hours / Stormy Monday Blues

    12:00

    From the album Muddy Mississippi Waters Live on Blue Sky/Epic, 2003

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    Junior Watson Band - Blues After Hours

    6:46

    Junior Watson- Guitar/vocals. Sax Gordon Beadle- Sax/vocals. Matt Stubbs- Bass. Chris Rivelli- Drums.
    Theodore's Blues Club Springfield Massachusetts. April 8 2011.

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    Blues After Hours

    7:33

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    Blues After Hours · Pinetop Perkins

    Blues Six Pack

    ℗ 1997 Telarc

    Released on: 2009-01-01

    Composer Lyricist: Unknown

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    Federico Verteramo - Blues After hours

    4:55

    Track N° 10 del disco 5 Guitarras de Blues editado en el año 2013.

    Blues After Hours (Pee Wee Crayton)

    Tavo Doreste Piano, Mauro Diana Bajo, Gabriel Cabiaglia Bateria, Federico Verteramo Guitarra


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    Blues After Hours

    2:45

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    Blues After Hours · Ernie Freeman

    Raunchy - The Best Of

    ℗ 2011 Master Classics Records

    Released on: 2011-03-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    Blues After Hours

    3:07

    Blues After Hours · Mickey Baker

    The Blues And Me (1973-1976) (Blues Reference)

    ℗ Disques Black & Blue

    Released on: 2008-06-16

    Music Publisher: Disques Black & Blue
    Composer: Pee Wee Crayton

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    Texas Johnny Brown - After Hours Blues

    3:10

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    Federico Verteramo - Blues After Hours

    4:33

    En vivo en la presentación del disco 5 Guitarras de Blues
    Makena Noviembre 2013.

    Blues After Hours (Pee Wee Crayton)

    Gabriel Cabiaglia Bateria
    Mauro Diana Bajo
    Anahi Fabiani Teclado
    Federico Verteramo Guitarra

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    Desafinados Blues- Blues After Hours - Pee Wee Crayton

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    Blues After Hours de Pee Wee Crayton. Los Desafinados Blues en la Piedra Roja. San Antonio de Ibarra. Julio 2015

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    BLUES AFTER HOURS

    5:05

    Les Papys Blues (cover Blues After Hours)
    Pinetop Perkins
    Théâtre de la Clarté 22/01/16

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    How Blue Can You Get - Blues After Hours @ Matsue Miz 13 Apr. 2019

    7:06

    Blues After Hours
    Spring Live 2019
    @ LIVE & BAR 松江Miz
    Blues After Hours
    Finale Stage take.10
    13 Apr. 2019

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    Jack Teagarden - Blues After Hours

    3:06

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    Blues After Hours

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    Blues After Hours · Pee Wee Crayton

    Blues After Hours

    ℗ RPM Records

    Released on: 1948-06-23

    Music Publisher: D.R.
    Author: Pee Wee Crayton
    Composer: Pee Wee Crayton

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    Blues After Hours - Pee Wee Crayton cover

    5:58

    Toronto guitar ace Pete Schmidt gives his take on Pee Wee Crayton's Blues After Hours.
    From the CD Blues Straight Ahead by Doctor Nick and the Rollercoasters.
    Bob Vespaziani on Drums, James Rasmussen on electric bass, Julian Fauth piano.

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    Blues After Hours played by Spotted Dog

    5:47

    Pee Wee Crayton's Blues After Hours as played by The Spotted Dog Rockin' Blues Revue

    Inspiration and arrangement from Junior Watson's If I Had a Genie album
    Recorded live on May 23 2009 at Lucille's Smokehouse Bar-B-Que in Rocklin California

    Dave Segal: Guitar
    Greg Gartrell: Guitar (offscreen)
    Michael Rosecrans: Harmonica
    MK Hansen: Bass
    Jim Campbell: Drums

    Come visit Sacramento's finest blues band at

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    Tale Of Us GTA V After Hours

    1:57:43

    Tale Of Us [GTA V After Hours]

    Playlist:
    0:00:00 Overture
    0:04:21 1911
    0:11:06 Trevor's Dream
    0:17:30 Vinewood Blues
    0:24:55 Anywhere
    0:30:38 Symphony of the Night
    0:37:30 Another World
    0:44:06 The Portal
    1:51:43 Solitude
    0:55:35 Morgan's Fate
    1:03:00 Fisherman's Horizon
    1:10:00 Myst
    1:18:15 Seeds
    1:25:50 Endless Journey
    1:31:59 Valkyr
    1:38:52 In Hyrule
    1:46:14 Disgracelands
    1:51:43 Heart of Darkness

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    Henry O & After Hours Blues: Blues after hours

    4:37

    Henry O and After Hours Blues plays Blues after Hours
    Henry Ojutkangas guitar
    Pentti Hänninen bass
    Jari Korpimäki drums

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