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Playlist of Gunsmoke blues

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    Gunsmoke blues - Muddy Waters, Big Mama Thornton, Big Joe Turner, George Harmonica Smith

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    During a production hiatus of the popular TV Show Gunsmoke, the film crew decided to take off and film a barnstorming blues revue making it’s way across the country and they ended up in Eugene, OR with cameras rolling to film Muddy Waters, Big Mama Thornton, Big Joe Turner and George Harmonica Smith as they performed in a music hall. Date: October 20, 1971.

    Setlist:
    1. Big Mama Thornton - Early One Morning
    2. Big Mama Thornton - Ball And Chain
    3. George Harmonica Smith - Juke
    4. George Harmonica Smith - Leaving Chicago
    5. Big Joe Turner - Hide And Seek
    6. Big Joe Turner - Shake, Rattle And Roll
    7. Muddy Waters - Mannish Boy
    8. Muddy Waters - Long Distance Call
    9. Muddy Waters - (I'm Your) Hoochie Coochie Man
    10. Muddy Waters - Got My Mojo Working
    11. Muddy Waters, Big Mama Thornton, Big Joe Turner, George Harmonica Smith - So Long

    12. Big Mama Thornton - Hound Dog
    13. Big Mama Thornton - Rock Me Baby
    14. Muddy Waters - She's Nineteen Years Old
    15. Muddy Waters - Walking Thru The Park

    Muddy Waters Band:
    Muddy Waters: guitar, vocals
    George Harmonica Smith: Harmonica
    Pinetop Perkins: Piano
    Sammy Lawhorn: guitar
    Pee Wee Madison: guitar
    Calvin Fuzz Jones: bass
    Willie Big Eyes Smith: drums

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    Big Mama Thornton, Muddy Waters, Big Joe Turner, George Harmonica Smith - LIVE IN CONCERT

    56:10

    Big Mama Thornton, Muddy Waters, Big Joe Turner, George Harmonica Smith - LIVE IN CONCERT - 1971 University of Oregon - from DVD Gunsmoke Blues

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    Churchman - Gunsmoke Blues

    2:18

    Réalisation : Mehdi Belghiti


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    Mezzo - Concert Milton Buckner Trio Big Joe Turner Swing and Blues - Paris 1971

    33:35

    Milton Buckner Trio & Big Joe Turner 'Swing and blues' - Jazz Archive

    Extrait du concert donné par le trio de Milton Buckner avec Big Joe Turner, un des précurseurs du rock'n'roll, en public au studio 104 de la maison de la radio en 1971.
    -'Sweet Georgia brown'-'Hamp's boogie woogie'-'Hey, Ba Ba Re Bop'-'Lady, be good'-'Big noise from Winetka''-'Caravan''-'Low down dog'
    -'I've got a pocket full of pencil'

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    Big Joe TURNER - voix
    Milton BUCKNER - piano
    Slam STEWART - contrebasse
    Jo JONES - batterie

    Enregistré le 11/10/1971, salle 104 de la Maison de la radio - réalisé par Marc Pavaux

    NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED. Clips and song belong to their respective owners. I don't own or claim to own it
    Can and will remove on request.

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    ‎ Blues by Big Mama Thornton - Hound Dog and Down Home Shakedown

    8:25

    Blues in a perfect way: 2 Parts of a life show in 1965:
    In the 1st part Big Mama Thornton is singing Hound Dog.
    2:35 In the 2nd part Big Mama Thornton, John Lee Hooker, Big Walter Horton &
    Dr Ross are playing on the harmonica Down Home Shakedown.
    For fair use only.
    Copyright @Visser&Co.

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    ‪Muddy Waters, Memphis Slim, Willy Dixon, Otis Spann et al - Bye Bye Blues‬‏

    8:05

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    T-Bone Walker, Big Joe Turner, Otis Spann & George Harmonica Smith - Blues Jam

    11:00

    From the Super Black Blues LP. Recorded in the USA, on October 17, 1969.

    Band:Big Joe Turner (vocals), T-Bone Walker (vocals, guitar), Otis Spann (piano), George 'Harmonica' Smith (harp), Ernie Watts (tenor sax), Ron Brown (bass), Arthur Right (guitar) and Paul Humphrey (drums).

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    Little Jr. Parker Blues Man 1969 Complete album

    28:45

    Little Jr. Parker Blues Man (1969) liner notes tell the story about when the Blues had a baby and named it Rock and Roll. See liner notes @

    RadioActiveVinyl productions and uploads for YouTube listeners and its viewers, vinyl content is provided and intended for the sole purpose of educational value keeping in line with RadioActiveVinyl mission statement Working towards the preservation of historical vinyl recordings for all generations — present and future.

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    Blues Divas at Ground Zero

    1:55:41

    In 2004, Film Maker Robert Mugge set up his cameras in Morgan Freemans club Ground Zero in Clarksdale Mississippi, to capture a few nights of some great Female Blues singers. Some Legendary some lesser known but all outstanding! I taped this from the cable channel STARZ way back around 2005 or so, and though some of this footage is available on youtube already (single songs and interview segments) to my knowledge this is the first time the film is available in it's entirety. I hope Mr. Mugge doesn't mind and if he does I will happily take it down, until then I hope you enjoy this great show.
    I also encourage you to visit Mr. Mugges website and buy what ever films he has for sale -

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    Gunsmoke

    3:13

    Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment

    Gunsmoke · Molly Hatchet

    Flirtin' With Disaster

    ℗ 1979 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

    Composer, Lyricist: D. Roland
    Composer, Lyricist: B. Crump
    Producer: Tom Werman
    Executive Producer: Pat Armstrong
    Mastering Engineer: George Marino
    Mastering Engineer: Darcy M. Proper

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    Carlos Del Junco - Blues at Café Campus - Live!

    1:7:06

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    JERRY PORTNOY AND BLUES BAND

    52:54

    JERRY PORTNOY AND BLUES BAND

    FROM THE BLUES - HARP VIRTUOSO
    BEHIND MUDDY WATERS & ERIC CLAPTON

    1. Home Run Hitter
    2. Poison Kisses
    3. Charge It
    4. Shoulda Coulda Woulda
    5. Misty
    6. One Chance
    7. I Realize
    8. She Makes Me
    9. Real Gone Guy
    10. Black Tear Drops
    11. Can't Remember To Forget
    12. You're So Smart
    13. Runnin' With The Blues
    14. Lookin' For My Baby
    15. Blues In A Dream

    Musicians
    Jerry Portnoy - (Harmonica /vocals)
    Charlie Baum - (guitar/vocals - all tracks except 1,6,10)
    Bobby Del Gizzo - (Bass- all tracks except 1,6,10 ) voc-12
    David Roy Kulik - (Drums - all tracks except 1,6,10)
    Brian Templeton - (voc - 1,6,10)
    Mike Dinallo - (Guitar - 1,6,10)
    Michael 'Mudcat' Ward - (Bass - 1,6,10)
    Jordan Steele Lash - (Drums - 1,6,10)
    Rick Harris - (Keyboards -10)
    Tommy Lepson - (Organ - 2,7)
    The Hoodoo Kings - (Backup vocals - 2)

    Special Guest:
    Duke Robillard - (guitars (all tracks except 1,2,5,6,10 - vocals - 2

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    Big Mama Thornton - Rock Me Baby

    6:45

    In 1971 Link Wyler, an actor on the classic TV series GUNSMOKE and an avid blues fan, took a break from Hollywood to record some of his favorite blues artists. He travelled the Pacific Northwest following the Blues legends who were performing there, and the best of those events are collected on GUNSMOKE BLUES.
    Producer: Toby Byron. Recorded one weekend in november, 1971.

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    Blues Jam with T-Bone Walker Joe Turner Otis Spann + George Smith

    11:09

    Philips 1969

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    Bluesjam

    10:57

    Blues Jam from Super Black Blues

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    Big Mama Thornton Early One Morning

    5:05

    Gunsmoke Blues

    Muddy Waters & friends

    Esta película Fué filmada, a partir de las grabaciones realizadas durante una Gira recorrida por los grandes bluesmen en 1971.

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    Big Mama Thornton - Muddy Waters Blues Band - Big Mamas Shuffle

    3:36

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    T-Bone Walker, Big Joe Turner, Otis Spann & George Harmonica Smith - Paris Blues

    14:00

    Big Joe Turner (vocals), T-Bone Walker (vocals, guitar), Otis Spann (piano), George 'Harmonica' Smith (harp), Ernie Watts (tenor sax), Ron Brown (bass), Arthur Right (guitar) and Paul Humphrey (drums).

    From the Super Black Blues LP.

    Recorded in the USA, on October 17, 1969

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    Gunsmoke - At The Control 1984

    38:25

    1 - Cold night
    2 - Move
    3 - Stop That Game (Chapter 1)
    4 - Stone Tears
    5 - Second Class Man
    6 - Tonight's The Night
    7 - More Fish In The Sea
    8 - Stop That Game (Chapter 2)

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    SUMMERTIME BLUES by Gunsmoke

    1:59

    This is our cover of the 1958 song written by Eddie Cochran & Jerry Neal Capehart which was a top twenty hit for Eddie Cochran on both sides of the Atlantic. The Gunsmoke studio recorded version was one of the tracks on the album We've Got You Covered released by Mr Benidorm Records in June 2011. Downloads are available on:-


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    Big Walter Shakey Horton - And Blues Band

    1:11:07

    Big Walter 'Shakey' Horton - April 6, 1918 (Horn Lake, Mississippi - December 8, 1981 ( Chicago, Illinois) - The Best Vinyl Live- - - 1) ---Walter's Swing - 2)---Blues With A Feeling - 3)---Kentucky Fried - 4)---Little Boy Blue - 5)---Going Back To Arkansas - 6)---Can't Hold Out Much Longer - 7)---Rockin' My Boogie - 8)---Have A Good Time - 9)---Lonely Avenue - 10)---That Ain't It - 11)---Easin' In slow - 12)---Medley: Not That Easy\Ain't That A Shame - 13)---Jukin' With Walter - 14)---Turkey Scratch - 15)---Hard Hearted Woman - 16)---La Cucharacha - 17)---Sweet Home Chicago ( Live 1971) I do not own the copyrights to this video, uploaded for entertainment purposes

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    T-Bone Walker, Big Joe Turner, Otis Spann & George Harmonica Smith - Jots Blues

    8:14

    Big Joe Turner (vocals), T-Bone Walker (vocals, guitar), Otis Spann (piano), George 'Harmonica' Smith (harp), Ernie Watts (tenor sax), Ron Brown (bass), Arthur Right (guitar) and Paul Humphrey (drums).

    From the Super Black Blues LP.

    Recorded in the USA, on October 17, 1969

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    Got My Mojo Workin - by Lucky Peterson at the 2016 KNON Blues Festival

    32:31

    Got My Mojo Workin' (Medley) - performed by Lucky Peterson at the 2016 KNON Blues Festival Day 1 01

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    Check out this stunning performance of Got My Mojo Workin' (Medley) performed by Lucky Peterson at the 2016 KNON Blues Festival - Poor David's Pub - Dallas, Texas. Enjoy!
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    Lucky Peterson - A Legend In His Own Time

    Judge Kenneth “Lucky” Peterson is a major force in the world of modern blues. Lucky’s searing guitar, keyboard virtuosity, outstanding vocals and captivating charisma combined with his extraordinary career and life odyssey are the stuff of legends.

    Lucky started performing at a very early age. He was steeped in the blues from the day he was born in 1964, quickly realized his calling and proceeded to fulfill his destiny; a child prodigy preordained for greatness.

    His father, James Peterson, was a well known bluesman and owner of a Buffalo, NY club, The Governor's Inn House of Blues, where Lucky was influenced and mentored by seminal blues legends, considered as family, such as Freddie King, Muddy Waters, Lowell Fulson, Howlin' Wolf, Big Joe Turner, Koko Taylor and Willie Dixon.

    Willie Dixon knew talent when he saw it and was amazed when he first saw 5 year old Lucky performing at The Governor’s Inn, instantly recognizing that Lucky was a very special soul and extraordinarily gifted. So Dixon decided to take Lucky “under his wing.”

    In 1969, Lucky released his first record titled, “Our Future: 5 Year Old Lucky Peterson.” In no time, millions of viewers saw Lucky perform on the Ed Sullivan Show, What's My Line?, the Tonight Show and the pioneer African American performance/variety television program, SOUL!. He is reckoned to be the first, if not the only, blues musician to have appeared on national television in short pants!

    Lucky attended the Buffalo Academy of Performing Arts during his teen years, where he studied formal music theory and played French Horn in the school orchestra. But after graduating he followed his heart, making a bee-line back to the blues and was soon playing backup guitar and keyboards for Etta James, Bobby Blue Bland, and Little Milton.

    During his career, spanning 5 decades, Lucky has released some 40 records of his own (one of which, “Double Dealin’”, received a Grammy Award nomination) and has appeared and/or collaborated on over 100 albums with artists including B.B. King, Albert Collins, Mavis Staples, Mahalia Jackson, James Peterson, Kim Wilson, Shemekia Copeland, Kenny Neal, Junior Wells, James Cotton, Carey Bell, Joe Louis Walker, Carl Weathersby, Tamara Peterson, Big Daddy Kinsey, Bernard Allison, Larry McCray and many others.

    Lucky currently lives in Dallas, Texas and continues to tour all over the world.

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    Gunsmoke

    2:45

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    Gunsmoke · Position 9

    The Position 9

    ℗ 2012 Position 9

    Released on: 2012-09-27

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    Gunsmoke and Rosepetals

    2:25

    Provided to YouTube by DistroKid

    Gunsmoke and Rosepetals (feat. Maino) · Papi LoMein

    THE Lover YOU Hate

    ℗ 1037240 Records DK

    Released on: 2019-06-13

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    Blues Masters 1 of 2

    22:28

    DVD Quality. Originally recorded in 1966 Some of North America's greatest Blues artists gathered together in one studio. Part 1 of 2.

    Got My Mojo Workin' ....................................... Muddy Waters & Band
    Blues Don't Like Nobody ................................. Otis Spann
    How Long This Train Been Gone .................... Mable Hillery
    Cornbread And Peas ....................................... Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee
    Hooray, Hooray, These Women Is Killin' Me ... Sonny Terry
    Born And Livin' With The Blues ....................... Brownie McGhee

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    Mississippi Blues - 1991 Trip to North Mississippi

    20:10

    Still photos and blues music combined together into a video. My personal road trip down Highway 61, through North Mississippi and Memphis,TN, looking for the roots of the delta blues. Clarksdale, MS, William Faulkner's home, Memphis, TN.
    And ending up finding blues history in Sharon Hill, PA. It was quite a trip!

    Note: Due to a copyright claim, I was forced to take a song out of the video at 9:22. Otherwise my video was entirely blocked from viewing. I appealed the claim, as I hadn't used any Naxos music in this video, but my appeal was denied. Please excuse the 2 minutes of missing audio.

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    GUNSMOKE/hamlin carnival 2018

    5:54

    HIGH ENERGY SOUTHERN ROCK

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    Muddy Waters / The Living Legends of Blues

    58:14

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    Big Mama Thornton-Big Mamas Bumble Bee Blues

    4:11

    Recorded April 25th, 1966
    Willie Mae Big Mama Thornton Vocals
    Muddy Waters Guitar
    Otis Spann Piano
    James Cotton Harmonica
    Sammy Lawhorn Guitar
    Luther Johnson Bass
    Francis Clay Drums

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    Big Mama Thornton - Big Mamas Blues

    4:09

    Big Mama Thornton With Muddy Waters Blues Band - Big Mama's Blues (My Love) 1966

    Willie Mae Big Mama Thornton Vocal & Harmonica
    Muddy Waters.. Guitar
    Ottis Span.. Piano
    James Cotton...Harmonica
    Francis Clay... Drums
    Luther Johnson Bass
    Samuel Lowhorn ... Guitar

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    Big Joe Turner / Juke Joint Blues

    7:11

    Later stages of his career.

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    Big Mama Thornton - Everything Gonna Be Alright

    5:06

    Big Mama Thornton & Muddy Waters Blues Band - Everything Gonna Be Alright

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    Luckys Cool Jam - by Lucky Peterson at the 2016 KNON Blues Festival

    36:41

    Lucky's Cool Jam - performed by Lucky Peterson at the 2016 KNON Blues Festival - Day 1

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    Check out this stunning performance of Lucky's Coolk Jam - performed by Lucky Peterson at the 2016 KNON Blues Festival - Poor David's Pub - Dallas, Texas. Enjoy!
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    Lucky Peterson - A Legend In His Own Time

    Judge Kenneth “Lucky” Peterson is a major force in the world of modern blues. Lucky’s searing guitar, keyboard virtuosity, outstanding vocals and captivating charisma combined with his extraordinary career and life odyssey are the stuff of legends.

    Lucky started performing at a very early age. He was steeped in the blues from the day he was born in 1964, quickly realized his calling and proceeded to fulfill his destiny; a child prodigy preordained for greatness.

    His father, James Peterson, was a well known bluesman and owner of a Buffalo, NY club, The Governor's Inn House of Blues, where Lucky was influenced and mentored by seminal blues legends, considered as family, such as Freddie King, Muddy Waters, Lowell Fulson, Howlin' Wolf, Big Joe Turner, Koko Taylor and Willie Dixon.

    Willie Dixon knew talent when he saw it and was amazed when he first saw 5 year old Lucky performing at The Governor’s Inn, instantly recognizing that Lucky was a very special soul and extraordinarily gifted. So Dixon decided to take Lucky “under his wing.”

    In 1969, Lucky released his first record titled, “Our Future: 5 Year Old Lucky Peterson.” In no time, millions of viewers saw Lucky perform on the Ed Sullivan Show, What's My Line?, the Tonight Show and the pioneer African American performance/variety television program, SOUL!. He is reckoned to be the first, if not the only, blues musician to have appeared on national television in short pants!

    Lucky attended the Buffalo Academy of Performing Arts during his teen years, where he studied formal music theory and played French Horn in the school orchestra. But after graduating he followed his heart, making a bee-line back to the blues and was soon playing backup guitar and keyboards for Etta James, Bobby Blue Bland, and Little Milton.

    During his career, spanning 5 decades, Lucky has released some 40 records of his own (one of which, “Double Dealin’”, received a Grammy Award nomination) and has appeared and/or collaborated on over 100 albums with artists including B.B. King, Albert Collins, Mavis Staples, Mahalia Jackson, James Peterson, Kim Wilson, Shemekia Copeland, Kenny Neal, Junior Wells, James Cotton, Carey Bell, Joe Louis Walker, Carl Weathersby, Tamara Peterson, Big Daddy Kinsey, Bernard Allison, Larry McCray and many others.

    Lucky currently lives in Dallas, Texas and continues to tour all over the world.

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    Big Mamas Blues

    4:09

    Provided to YouTube by Arhoolie Records

    Big Mama's Blues (My Love) · Big Mama Thornton

    With The Muddy Waters Blues Band

    ℗ 2004 Arhoolie Productions Inc.

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    Blues Masters at the Crossroads 2014 Concert: Bernard Allison

    1:10:59

    EnjoyTheMusic.com and EnjoyTheMusic.TV presents live concert footage from Blues Masters at the Crossroads 2014 by Acoustic Sounds and Chad Kassem. This video features Bernard Allison. The Blues Masters at the Crossroads event at Blue Heaven Studios, now in its 17th year as the preeminent authentic blues concert in the world, featured performances by Rip Lee Pryor, Moreland & Arbuckle, Marquise Knox, Big George Brock, Kim Wilson, Joe Beard, Lazy Lester, Mighty Sam McClain, Sonny Green, Kim Wilson with Billy Flynn, and Bernard Allison. The concert took place in Salina, Kansas, October 17th and 18th at a converted 1925 church sanctuary. The musical gospel continued to resonate within the walls of this very historic and wonderfully sounding building. To bring the 'good word to the streets', EnjoyTheMusic.com's sister site EnjoyTheMusic.TV live streamed Blues Masters at the Crossroads for the first time in recorded history, so the world could see and hear the live sound of true, authentic blues music during this momentous event. We are posting concert footage for the world to see here on YouTube and you can see all videos from this concert at



    Editor and Creative Director of EnjoyTheMusic.com and EnjoyTheMusic.TV, Steven R. Rochlin, painstakingly mastered the audio and video to deliver the very best experience. We want you to feel as though you are at this amazing live concert event! As always, in the end what really matters is that you.... Enjoy the music!

    Bernard Allison @



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    John lee hooker, james cotton, koko taylor..the living legends of blues - montreal

    58:41

    El maestro John Lee Hooker se luce con su presentacion en Montreal... excelente...

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    Kentucky Knife Fight, Gunsmoke, live at Hush Hush album release party

    4:18

    Kentucky Knife Fight performs Gunsmoke at their sold out release show for their newest album Hush Hush at Off Broadway, March 2nd, 2013. Video by Peter Wochniak and Brandon Sloan, editing by Jacob Berkowitz and Curt Brewer.

    Kentucky Knife Fight is a 5-piece punk-blues wrecking crew from St. Louis, MO. Find more info at: kentuckyknifefight.net

    Buy the new album, Hush Hush, on Bandcamp:


    The Bandcamp edition includes a few things that you can't find anywhere else. In addition to the original 10 songs in high quality download form, we are releasing an alternate mix of Bad Blood, our theatrical remix of Love the Lonely (which will be featured in the movie 23 Minutes to Sunrise, out now Red Box near you) and a bonus version of Paper Flowers Three. Also included are In-studio photos of Kentucky Knife Fight by Nate Burrell (beforetheblink.com).

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    MUDDY WATERS - Muddy Mississippi Waters Live

    39:21

    MUDDY WATERS - Muddy Mississippi Waters Live (1979)
    SIDE A
    00:00 Mannish Boy
    04:34 She's Nineteen Years Old
    09:37 Nine Below Zero
    15:00 Streamline Woman
    SIDE B
    19:35 Howlin' Wolf
    25:30 Baby Please Dont Go
    29:40 Deep Down In Florida

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    PAUL BUTTERFIELD BLUES BAND - fillmore west / paradiso, amsterdam

    1:14:54

    FILLMORE WEST 1.born in chicago 2.willow tree 3.my baby 4.kansas city 5.work song w/bill graham outro PARADISO 6. intro/one more heartache 7.i've got a mind to give up living 8.everything's gonna be alright 9.get out of my life woman 10.all your love/outro

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    Little Walter & Otis Rush Windy City Blues Live in Chicago Full Album, Summer 1967

    33:26

    Marion Jacobs '' Little Walter'' -(May 1, 1930) Marksville, Louisiana ( February 15, 1968) - Chicago, Illinois - Otis Rush - April 29, 1935 (Philadelphia,Mississippi ) - September 29, 2018 (Chicago) Windy City Blues Live in Chicago Full Album LiveI - do not own the copyrights to this video, uploaded for entertainment purposes -

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    Magic Slim and the Teardrops - Jazzfestival Bern 2001

    50:17

    ... many thanks !!! Very grateful to you, rillenheini (Dietrich Kraner), for this rare concert !!!

    00:00 - Do You Mean It (Magic Slim)
    07:06 - Talk To Me Baby (Elmo James)
    13:49 - Sun Go Down (Albert King)
    24:56 - Bad Boy (Eddie Taylor)
    31:04 - How Many More Years (H. Wolf)
    38:54 - Everything Be Allright (Little Walter)
    46:29 - The Blues Is Allright (Milton Campbell Wolf)
    49:56 - end credits

    Magic Slim - g, voc
    accompanied by (probably):
    Michael Dotson - g, voc
    Danny O'Connor - elb, voc
    Allen Kirk - dr, voc

    26. Jazzfestival Bern, Kursaal, Bern (Switzerland), May 2, 2001

    ! ! ! please pay attention ! ! !
    I Do Not Own The Rights To The Music.
    All Rights Belong To Their Respectful Owners.
    If you think it is violates your copyright and you wish the video to be removed immediately, please report...

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    Big Will & the Bluesmen; Same `ld Blues

    5:49

    Big Will & the Bluesmen
    Cd; Hard Times
    bigwill.nl, info@bigwill.nl

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    Bring On The Blues : Music Documentary

    21:15

    As a lead-in to the Mahindra Blues Festival we set out to explore the reach of blues music in India.

    This show is a product of those travels.

    One thing is for sure, the blues lives and breathes in India.

    Featuring exclusive performances by Warren Mendonsa, Peter Isaac of Chronic Blues Circus and By 2 Blues.

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    Mississippi Delta Blues Band - Chromatic Style

    35:26

    Mississippi Delta Blues Band - Chromatic Style (1986)

    All songs written by Sam Myers


    01 - Where Is My Woman 4:15
    02 - I've Laid My Habits Down 4:10
    03 - Sad. Sad Lonesome Day 4:29
    04 - Money Is My Downfall 3:00
    05 - Like The Devil 3:00
    06 - I Need Someone 2:42
    07 - The Slow One 3:48
    08 - Tell Me What You Want 3:16
    09 - My Love Is Here To Stay 2:14

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

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    Messin With The Blues live 74

    50:00

    Recorded live in 1974 at The Montreaux Jazz Festival in Switzerland.

    Songs:
    Messin' with the Kid
    Hoodoo man blues
    When You See the Tears from my Eyes
    Ten Years Ago
    Hoochie Coochie Man
    Mannish Boy
    The Same Thing
    Got my mojo working

    Artists:
    Muddy Waters, Buddy Guy, Junior Wells, Bill Wyman, Pinetop Perkins, Terry Taylor, Dallas Taylor

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    Buster Benton -- Blues & Trouble

    1:11:25

    01 -- You're My Lady [00:05:07]
    02 -- That's Your Thing [00:04:49]
    03 -- Can't Wait To See My Baby's Face [00:04:55]
    04 -- Blues And Trouble [00:06:17]
    05 -- It's Good In My Neighborhood [00:03:33]
    06 -- Lonesome For A Dime [00:07:20]
    07 -- I Wish't I Knew [00:04:34]
    08 -- From Missouri [00:03:44]
    09 -- Dangerous Woman [00:05:04]
    10 -- Honey Bee [00:04:36]
    11 -- Hard Luck Blues [00:05:45]
    12 -- I Must Have A Hole In My Head [00:03:28]
    13 -- Cold Man Ain't No Good [00:05:32]
    14 -- Money Is The Name Of The Game [00:06:00]

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    Ray Sharpe - Texas Boogie Blues 1980

    44:34

    Ray Sharpe - Texas Boogie Blues ( Full Album ) 1980
    A1 Boat Dock 00:00
    A2 In The Wee Wee Hours 04:18
    A3 Snap Your Fingers 09:39 A4 Alva 14:04
    A5 Don't Start Me To Talkin' 18:15
    B1 Linda Lu 22:13
    B2 You're Not The Only One 26:06
    B3 Talk To Your Daughter 30:15
    B4 Man Watch Your Woman 34:30
    B5 Alva's Baby's Blues 39:20
    Flying High Records ‎– FH 6502
    Style: Blues Rock, Rock & Roll, Rhythm & Blues
    see more :

    not own anything all rights reserved to Ray Sharpe , this video is for entertainment purposes only, i own nothing !

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    Sister Rosetta Tharpe - Greatest Hits

    1:08

    TRACKLIST
    01- Amazing Grace 00:11
    02- God is wonderful 03:32
    03- Let the Lower Lights Be Burning 05:44
    04- Silent Night 08:56
    05- As You Sow So Shall You Reap 11:35
    06- Blessed Assurance 14:01
    07- Everything to Me 16:59
    08- Faith in God 19:36
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    13- Thers a Hand Leading Me 34:55
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    15- What a Friend We Have in Jesus 42:44
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    Sister Rosetta Tharpe - GREATEST HITS (FULL ALBUM)
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    Sister Rosetta Tharpe (March 20, 1915 – October 9, 1973) was an American singer, songwriter, guitarist and recording artist. A pioneer of mid-20th-century music, she attained popularity in the 1930s and 1940s with her gospel recordings, characterized by a unique mixture of spiritual lyrics and rhythmic accompaniment that was a precursor of rock and roll. She was the first great recording star of gospel music and among the first gospel musicians to appeal to rhythm-and-blues and rock-and-roll audiences, later being referred to as the original soul sister and the godmother of rock and roll. She influenced early rock-and-roll musicians, including Little Richard, Johnny Cash, Chuck Berry, Elvis Presley and Jerry Lee Lewis.

    Willing to cross the line between sacred and secular by performing her music of light in the darkness of nightclubs and concert halls with big bands behind her, Tharpe pushed spiritual music into the mainstream and helped pioneer the rise of pop-gospel, beginning with her 1939 hit This Train. Her unique music left a lasting mark on more conventional gospel artists, such as Ira Tucker, Sr., of the Dixie Hummingbirds. While she offended some conservative churchgoers with her forays into the pop world, she never left gospel music.

    Tharpe's 1944 hit Down by the Riverside was selected for the National Recording Registry of the U.S. Library of Congress in 2004, which noted that it captures her spirited guitar playing and unique vocal style, demonstrating clearly her influence on early rhythm-and-blues performers and cited her influence on many gospel, jazz, and rock artists. (Down by the Riverside was recorded by Tharpe on December 2, 1948, in New York City, and issued as Decca single 48106.) Her 1945 hit Strange Things Happening Every Day, recorded in late 1944, featured Tharpe's vocals and electric guitar, with Sammy Price (piano), bass and drums. It was the first gospel record to cross over, hitting no. 2 on the Billboard race records chart, the term then used for what later became the R&B chart, in April 1945. The recording has been cited as precursor of rock and roll.

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