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

    1:16:52

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

    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. Muddy Waters - She's Nineteen Years Old
    14. 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


  • Sippie Wallace, Big Mama Thornton, Jeannie Cheatham: Three Generations Of The Blues

    57:43

    Blues Legends Sippie Wallace, Big Mama Thornton, Jeannie Cheatham live in a TV feature. Please also visit my blog:

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  • Big Mama Thornton - Hound Dog

    1:03

    Big Mama Thornton performing Hound Dog (1971) - from DVD Gunsmoke Blues

  • Blue Ridge Mountian Sky

    3:38

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Blue Ridge Mountian Sky · The Marshall Tucker Band

    A New Life

    ℗ 2011 MT Industries Inc

    Released on: 1974-08-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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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

  • Muddy Waters & Jimmy Rushing - Mean Mistreater/Going to Chicago

    8:30

    Muddy Waters, Otis Spann, Jimmy Rushing, Johnny Lee Hooker, Betty Jeanette, Butch Cage and Willie Thomas, plus Al Minns & Leon James (dancers). Newport Jazz Festival, 07/03/1960.

  • Well All Right

    2:30

    Provided to YouTube by Rhino Atlantic

    Well All Right · Joe Turner

    Greatest Hits

    ℗ 1954 Atlantic Recording Corporation

    Producer: Ahmet Ertegun
    Drums: Connie Kay
    Saxophone: Frank Heywood Henry
    Producer: Jerry Wexler
    Piano: Jesse Stone
    Vocals: Joe Turner
    Bass Guitar: Mickey Baker
    Tenor Saxophone: Sam Taylor
    Trombone: Wilbur DeParis
    Writer: Ahmet Ertegun
    Writer: Charles Calhoun
    Writer: Charles Singleton
    Writer: Jerry Wexler
    Writer: Rosemarie McCoy

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • Gunsmoke

    4:19

    Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment

    Gunsmoke · The Outlaws

    Hurry Sundown

    ℗ 1977 Arista Records LLC

    Producer: Bill Szymczyk
    Composer, Lyricist: Henry Paul
    Composer, Lyricist: Monte Yoho

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Country Blues

    3:34

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Country Blues (No. 2) · Muddy Waters

    Muddy Waters 1941 - 1946

    ℗ 2001 Document Records Ltd

    Released on: 2005-03-22

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Gunsmoke

    4:18

    Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment

    Gunsmoke (Digitally Remastered, 1996) · The Outlaws

    Best Of... Green Grass & High Tides

    ℗ 1977 Arista Records LLC

    Engineer, Producer: Bill Szymczyk
    Composer, Lyricist: H. Paul
    Composer, Lyricist: M. Yoho
    Engineer: Ed Mashal
    Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Vocal: Billy Jones
    Guitar, Vocal: Henry Paul
    Acoustic Guitar, Banjo, Electric Guitar, Steel Guitar, Vocal: Hughie Thomasson
    Drums: Monte Yoho
    Bass Guitar, Vocal: Harvey Dalton Arnold
    Percussion: Manual Labour
    Synthesizer: Joe Vitale

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Heavenly Blues

    3:48

    Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment

    Heavenly Blues (Digitally Remastered 2001) · The Outlaws

    Hurry Sundown

    ℗ 1977 Arista Records LLC

    Producer: Bill Szymczyk
    Composer, Lyricist: Henry Paul

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • ‎ 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.

  • Gunsmoke

    3:57

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Gunsmoke (Demo) · The Outlaws

    Anthology - Live & Rare

    ℗ 2018 Purple Pyramid Records

    Released on: 2012-09-11

    Music Publisher: BMG Bumblebee

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Still a Fool

    3:18

    Provided to YouTube by Xelon Entertainment

    Still a Fool · Muddy Waters

    Dynamic Blues - Muddy Waters: 50 Essential Tracks

    ℗ 2019 SM Digital

    Released on: 2019-07-20

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Baby Blue

    2:37

    Provided to YouTube by Rhino/Elektra

    Baby Blue · Blackfoot

    Strikes

    ℗ 1979 Atlantic Recording Corp.

    Producer: Al Nalli
    Guitar: Charlie Hargrett
    Bass Guitar: Greg T. Walker
    Drums: Jackson Spires
    Vocals: Rick Medlocke
    Writer: Jackson Spires
    Writer: Rick Medlocke

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Two Time Blues

    2:39

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Two Time Blues (Demo) · The Outlaws

    Anthology - Live & Rare

    ℗ 2018 Purple Pyramid Records

    Released on: 2012-09-11

    Music Publisher: Copyright Control

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Lovesick Blues

    2:49

    Provided to YouTube by IIP-DDS

    Lovesick Blues · Hank Williams

    Old Country Favourites

    ℗ Gunsmoke Music

    Released on: 2017-05-31

    Artist: Hank Williams

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Joe Turner with The Otis Rush Blues Band - Come On, Baby

    4:18

    Joe Turner with The Otis Rush Blues Band - Come On, Baby (actually Hide & Seek)
    rec. October 16, 1966 at the Friedrichstadt-Palast, East-Berlin, GDR (American Folk Blues Festival 1966); prod. by Siegfried E. Loch; Big Joe Turner, voc; Little Brother Montgomery, p; Otis Rush g; Jack Myers, b; Freddie Below, dr
    ... this recording first published on and taken from Scout LP Sc-2 (Germany 1969) Look out, Sam ! --- never re-released anywhere, neither on LP nor on CD!

    source of photo: Screen capture from Reelin' in the Years /
    Hip-O DVD 0008353-09 (US 2007) The American Folk-Blues Festival - The British Tours 1963-1966 (Volume Four)

    Scout Records discography at
    American Folk Blues Festival discography at
    Otis Rush discography at

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  • Big Mama Thornton - Big Mama Thornton Sings Hound Dog and other Rhythm & Blues Hits

    46:23

    Big Mama Thornton - Big Mama Thornton Sings “Hound Dog“ and other Rhythm & Blues Hits

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    Tracklist :

    00:00 - Hound Dog
    02:48 - They Call Me Big Mama
    04:51 - Rock A Bye Baby
    07:25 - I Ain't No Fool Either
    09:45 - Walking Blues
    12:43 - Mischievous Boogie
    15:15 - Nightmare
    18:06 - Let Your Tears Fall Babe
    20:51 - My Man Called Me
    23:27 - Smell a Rat
    25:08 - How Come
    27:40 - Cotton Picking Blues
    30:27 - Laugh Laugh Laugh
    33:10 - The Big Change
    35:52 - I've Searched the World Over
    38:27 - Stop a Hoppin On Me
    40:54 - The Fish
    43:34 - Just Like a dog

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  • Muddy Waters Live Geary Theatre San Francisco 5:14:77 KSAN broadcast

    1:6:01

    This is from my personal collection of KSAN Live Tapes.Muddy Waters at the Geary Theatre ( sometimes called Theatre 1839).

    Set List: Instrumental // Instrumental //Instrumental & Introduction // The Blues Had A Baby (And They Named It Rock'N'Roll) // Hoochie Coochie Man // Down By The Bay // Everything's Gonna Be Alright // Howlin' Wolf // Kansas City // Got My Mojo Working // Got My Mojo Working (Reprise) // Got My Mojo Working ( 2nd Reprise with Charlie Musselwhite)

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Muddy Waters - Mannish Boy - 1971 Oregon

    5:25

    Muddy Waters - In Concert at Univ. of Oregon - 1971
    In this clip from a 1971 performance, Muddy Waters and his band perform Mannish Boy From the DVD Muddy Waters In Concert 1971 produced by TopCat Records.
    More info at -

  • Heavenly Blues

    3:24

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Heavenly Blues (Demo) · The Outlaws

    Anthology - Live & Rare

    ℗ 2018 Purple Pyramid Records

    Released on: 2012-09-11

    Music Publisher: BMG Bumblebee

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Heavenly Blues

    4:50

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Heavenly Blues · The Outlaws

    Dixie Highway

    ℗ 2020 Steamhammer

    Released on: 2020-02-28

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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

    32:32

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

    --------------------------------------------------------------------
    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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  • Me and My Guitar - Eric Gales at the 2016 Dallas International Guitar Show

    6:05

    Check out this stunning performance of “Me And My Guitar” by Eric Gales at the 2016 Dallas International Guitar Show. Enjoy!
    01 Day 1 4-30-16

    Patrick Smith (Bass), Landis Chisenhall (Drums)
    ---------------------------------------------------------------
    Eric Gales -

    Eric Gales is a force to be reckoned with in the contemporary Rock-Blues scene. mesmerizing fans around the world with his outstanding vocal ability and his amazing, incomparable guitar virtuosity.

    Gales was considered a child prodigy He started playing guitar at the age of 4 and was taught how to play by his older brothers, Eugene and Manuel (pka Little Jimmy King).
    He released his first record, “The Eric Gales Band” (Electra), in 1991 at the age of 16.
    That same year, Guitar World Magazine’s Reader’s Poll voted Eric as” “Best New Talent.”

    In 1993, Eric released his second CDs, “Picture Of A Thousand Faces” (Electra), as well as his self titled third album, “Eric Gales” (Asylum).

    In 1996 Eric and two of his brothers teamed up to form The Gales Brothers and recorded “Left Hand Brand,” which was recorded for the House of Blues label.

    In 2001 Eric signed on with the Hendrix family affiliated label, Nightbird Records, and recorded the critically acclaimed CD, “That’s What I Am.”

    In 2006 Eric recorded another critically acclaimed CD, “Crystal Vision” and his incredible follow-up, “The Psychedelic Underground” for the Blues Bureau Label.

    In 2008 released The Story of my Life”, in 2010 he released Relentless”, followed in 2011 with his release Transformation”, in 2012 he released his Double “Live” Album/DVD.

    In 2013 he released his 12th album, “Pinnick Gales Pridgen” (Magna Carta).

    Also in 2013 he released “Ghost Notes” (Tone Center)

    In 2014 he released “Good for Sumthin’” (Cleopatra)

    His latest release (#15), “A Night on the Sunset Strip” is due out in 2016.

    Through the years, Gales garnered dedicated fans world-wide, including A-List Blues and Rock artist celebrities like Carlos Santana, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, B. B. King, and Eric Clapton.

    Eric has often been compared to Jimi Hendrix, and even plays guitar left-handed, like Hendrix, with a right-handed guitar turned upside down, but remarkably, he is right-handed, taught to play guitar left-haned by his left handed brother!

    Comparisons to Hendrix notwithstanding, he is no Hendrix clone! Gales has developed his own distinctive blues/rock sound and a unique playing style that embodies and exemplifies his various influences, as diverse as Albert King and Eric Johnson.


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  • Hitman Blues

    8:44

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Hitman Blues (Live) · Outlaws

    Hittin' the Road Live!

    ℗ 1993 Blues Bureau International

    Released on: 1993-11-09

    Music Publisher: Hustlers Music Inc. BMI

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Muddy Waters plays Manish Boy

    5:14

    In this clip from a 1971 performance, Muddy Waters and his band perform Manish Boy. From the DVD Muddy Waters In Concert 1971 produced by TopCat Records. More info at

  • Chris Stapleton - Death Row

    4:04

    Listen to the official audio for Death Row by Chris Stapleton

    Download the album From A Room: Volume 1 -
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    Music video by Chris Stapleton performing Death Row. (C) 2017 Mercury Records, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.



    #ChrisStapleton #DeathRow #Vevo

  • 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:-


  • Big Mama Thornton - Sometimes I Have A Heartache

    3:45

  • BIG MAMA THORNTON IN CONCERT Eugene Oregon 1971

    28:24

    Songs: Blues Walk, Early In The Morning, Ball And Chain, Hound Dog, Rock Me Baby, and So Long.

  • 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

    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    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!
    —————————————

    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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  • Joe Turner-Paris Blues

    14:03

    Joe Turner-Paris Blues

  • Big Mama Thornton - Session Blues

    4:44

    Big Mama Thornton playing drums on Session Blues from her In Europe album. She plays drums like she sings...all out! Enjoy! Personnel: Big Mama Thornton on vocals & drums. Buddy Guy on electric lead guitar; '50s Chess sessioneer Fred Below behind the drums; Eddie Boyd on piano and organ; Jimmie Lee Robinson on bass; and Big Walter Horton on harmonica. In addition, Thornton plays drums and harmonica on a couple tracks, and a pair are straight acoustic blues accompanied only by guitarist Fred McDowell.

  • Good For Sumthin - Eric Gales at the 2016 Dallas International Guitar Show.

    7:59

    Check out this stunning performance of “Good For Sumthin’” by Eric Gales at the 2016 Dallas International Guitar Show. Enjoy!
    clip 04 Day 1 4-30-16

    Patrick Smith (Bass), Landis Chisenhall (Drums)
    ——————————————————————————————————

    Eric Gales -

    Eric Gales is a force to be reckoned with in the contemporary Rock-Blues scene. mesmerizing fans around the world with his outstanding vocal ability and his amazing, incomparable guitar virtuosity.

    Gales was considered a child prodigy He started playing guitar at the age of 4 and was taught how to play by his older brothers, Eugene and Manuel (pka Little Jimmy King).
    He released his first record, “The Eric Gales Band” (Electra), in 1991 at the age of 16.
    That same year, Guitar World Magazine’s Reader’s Poll voted Eric as” “Best New Talent.”

    In 1993, Eric released his second CDs, “Picture Of A Thousand Faces” (Electra), as well as his self titled third album, “Eric Gales” (Asylum).

    In 1996 Eric and two of his brothers teamed up to form The Gales Brothers and recorded “Left Hand Brand,” which was recorded for the House of Blues label.

    Through the years, Gales garnered dedicated fans world-wide, including A-List Blues and Rock artist celebrities like Carlos Santana, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, B. B. King, and Eric Clapton.

    In 2001 Eric signed on with the Hendrix family affiliated label, Nightbird Records, and recorded the critically acclaimed CD, “That’s What I Am.”

    In 2006 Eric recorded another critically acclaimed CD, “Crystal Vision” and his incredible follow-up, “The Psychedelic Underground” for the Blues Bureau Label.

    In 2008 released The Story of my Life”, in 2010 he released Relentless”, followed in 2011 with his release Transformation”, in 2012 he released his Double “Live” Album/DVD.

    In 2013 he released his 12th album, “Pinnick Gales Pridgen” (Magna Carta).

    Also in 2013 he released “Ghost Notes” (Tone Center)

    In 2014 he released “Good for Sumthin’” (Cleopatra)

    His latest release (#15), “A Night on the Sunset Strip” is due out in 2016.

    Eric has often been compared to Jimi Hendrix, and even plays guitar left-handed, like Hendrix, with a right-handed guitar turned upside down, but remarkably, he is right-handed, taught to play guitar left-haned by his left handed brother!

    Comparisons to Hendrix notwithstanding, he is no Hendrix clone! Gales has developed his own distinctive blues/rock sound and a unique playing style that embodies and exemplifies his various influences, as diverse as Albert King and Eric Johnson.

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  • The Living Legends of Blues

    46:39

    Blues legends live
    Muddy Waters, John Lee Hooker, B.B. King

  • Big Mama Thornton 1984: Rooster Blues / Ball & Chain - Hound Dog

    11:08

    1984/4/14 L.A., Big Mama Thornton (v,harm) & Band:
    3:30 Rooster Blues / 7:21 Ball And Chain - Hound Dog /
    L.A., Legends Of Rhythm & Blues (34min excerpt-item-1), also the below items are from this fine documentary:
    1984 Lloyd Glenn (p): 1:25 How Long Blues /
    1984 Joe Liggins & his Honeydrippers: 2:40 Honeydrippers Theme - Pink Champagne /
    1984 Charles Brown (p,v): 3:05 Merry Christmas, Baby /
    1984 Joe Liggins: 2:00 Little Joe´s Boogie /
    & Margie Evans (v): 2:30 Mistreatin´ Woman /
    1984 Lowell Fulson (g,v) & Lloyd Glenn (p) & band: 4:00 Reconsider Baby /
    1984 Big Jay McNeely (ts,v) & Band: 1:50 unident.title / 4:30 unident.title /
    details are welcomed

  • Joe Turner - Blues Full Vinyl 1985 Spain. Compila. Kansas

    39:00

    A1 Honey hush
    a2 Chains of Love
    a3 Roll Em hawk
    a4 Piney Brown Blues
    a5 Cherry Red
    a6 Nothin' From Nothin' Blues
    b1 Shake, Rattle and Roll
    b2 Corrina Corrina
    b3 Tv Mama
    b4 Wee Baby Blues
    b5 Squeeze Me, Baby

  • Little Anna Mae

    2:31

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Little Anna Mae · Muddy Waters · Sunnyland Slim

    Rare And Unissued

    ℗ 1948 Geffen Records

    Released on: 1984-01-01

    Producer: Leonard Chess
    Producer: Phil Chess
    Composer Lyricist: McKinley Morganfield
    Composer Lyricist: Muddy Waters

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • big mama thornton - .flv

    5:38

    Jan Session de gaita (harmônica) realizada no festival americano de blues de 1960.

  • Big Mama Thornton - Hound Dog

    2:12

    Before Elvis sang Hound Dog there was Big Mama Thornton, in 1952, she recorded Hound Dog while working with another Peacock artist, Johnny Otis. Songwriters Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller were present at the recording, with Leiber demonstrating the song in the vocal style they had envisioned. The record was produced by Leiber and Stoller as Otis had to play drums after it was found that the original drummer couldn't play an adequate part. It was the first time Leiber and Stoller produced a recording, which went to number one on the R&B chart. Although the record made her a star, she saw little of the profits. watch Elvis here

  • Gunsmoke - The Outlaws

    4:19

    Song from 1977's Hurry Sundown

    ***All Rights to this music belong to Arista Records***

  • The Outlaws - Heavenly Blues

    3:48

    Off 1977's Hurry Sundown.

    Mornin' brings the sunlight
    Risin' in my heart
    It's only us together on the phone
    Through the magic line I find
    It's only us apart
    Never hurts to know you're not alone

    But if you must know the reason
    Heavenly skies are blue
    And why it breaks my heart
    To say goodbye
    It's only that I love you
    You know I always will
    You and your heavenly blues

    Racing through the timeless days
    While I'm so alone
    Laughter in my dreams
    Stay for awhile
    When I wake to find you're gone
    I'm never far from home
    Never too far gone to feel your smile

    But if you must know the reason
    Heavenly skies are blue
    And why it breaks my heart
    To say goodbye
    It's only that I love you
    You know I always will
    You and your heavenly blues

    You and your heavenly blues

    I love the captured sorrow
    Beyond tommorow's blues
    Hear the caged bird
    Sing her lonely song
    She's singing that for you and me
    And all the world to see
    Her tender strength remains for every song

    But if you must know the reason
    Heavenly skies are blue
    And why it breaks my heart
    To say goodbye
    It's only that I love you
    You know I always will
    You and your heavenly blues

    You and your heavenly
    You and your heavenly
    You and your heavenly blues

  • Repercussions 3 - Legends of Rhythm and Blues

    1:1:29

    Legends of rhythm and blues talks about the generation of blues in the West Coast. Breaking away from the well-traveled blues trail connecting the Mississippi Delta with Chicago, this program searches for fresh insights about R & B in an entirely different direction: the migratory route that runs from the South to the California coast, where work opportunities abounded during World War II. With its jazzy instrumentation and strong gospel flavor, R & B spread like wildfire, eventually becoming a fundamental element of rock 'n' roll. Performers include Big Mama Thornton, Joe Liggins, Lowell Fulson, Lloyd Glenn, Charles Brown, Big Jay McNeely, and Margie Evans.

    Shared for historical purposes. I do not own the rights.

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  • Big Mama Thornton - Ball n Chain

    4:23

    April 14, 1984...(*) Thornton was found dead at age 57 by medical personnel in a Los Angeles boarding house, on July 25, 1984.

  • GUNSMOKE/hamlin carnival 2018

    5:54

    HIGH ENERGY SOUTHERN ROCK

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