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Playlist of Louisiana Red

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    Louisiana Red - Driftin Full Album

    1:29

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    Louisiana Red - Sweet Blood Call

    3:03

    Tired of hearing all the rip-off's. Thought I woulod upload the original.

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    Louisiana Red plays Let Me Be Your Electrician

    5:10

    Louisiana Red plays some inspired slide guitar at BB King's in NYC in this clip from the TV show BluesNYC. Red, who passed away in Germany 0n 2/25/12, was around during the birth of electric blues and has shared the stage and/or recorded with all the greats. His winning of the WC Handy (now called BMA) award for Best Traditional Blues Artist back in 1983 is a testament to his contributions to the blues.

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    Louisiana Red - Alabama Train

    3:21

    Louisiana Red with Bill Dicey - Alabama Train
    Album: Blues Harp Boogie - 25yrs of Blues Harmonica

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    LOUISIANA RED ~ Bring It On Home To Me

    3:35

    The one and only ! ! ! Written by Sam Cooke


    Louisiana Red. March 23rd, 1932- to February 25, 2012.
    Here's part of Bob Corritore's tribute:
    It is with a heavy heart that we report the passing of one of the greatest and most beloved traditional blues artists. Louisiana Red died this afternoon at a hospital in Germany (Note Europe is 9 hours ahead) after a few days in a coma brought on by thyroid imbalance. He was 79. Louisiana Red was a powerful downhome blues artist who could channel his teachers (among them Muddy Waters, Elmore James, Robert Nighthawk, Lightnin' Hopkins and John Lee Hooker) into his own heartfelt musical conversation, delivered with such moving passion and honesty that it would leave his audiences indelibly touched. He was fine singer with a distinctive voice, and an amazing guitarist who could play all of the traditional blues styles and excelled as one of the world's greatest slide guitarists. He could create moods and textures, both musically and spiritually, and had the ability of falling so deep into his own songs that he would go to tears, making his audience cry with him. That was the gift of this great artist.

    Another blues great gone... for the complete tribute, see link below.

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    The Story Of Louisiana Red

    3:25

    Provided to YouTube by Rhino/Elektra

    The Story Of Louisiana Red · Louisiana Red

    Louisiana Red Sings The Blues

    ℗ 1972 Atlantic Records

    Writer: I. Minter

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    Louisiana Red - Reds New Dream

    5:12

    Live in Germany 1977

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    Louisiana Red - 11 novembre 1989 - live concert @Spaziomusica Pavia

    1:59:56

    Chitarrista, armonicista, cantante: un Maestro, una leggenda del Blues, scomparso nel 2012.

    Una vita blues, in simbiosi giorno e notte con la sua chitarra, senza soluzione di continuità tra il palco di Spazio e casa nostra.

    Ce lo ricordiamo bene. E se lo ricordano bene Plinio e Vincenzo dei Long Horns e anche Gnola e Tix: una grande emozione per loro suonare al fianco di uno dei loro miti.

    Nel libro trovate il suo capitolo a pagina 341:

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    Thirty Dirty Women – Louisiana Red

    3:38

    A clip from a performance given by Louisiana Red at the Nyon Festival, Switzerland, in 1986.
    Born in Alabama, USA, Louisiana Red had a long stage and recording career beginning in the late1950s. In 1981 he moved to Germany and subsequently made frequent appearances at many festivals and clubs throughout Europe.
    Sorry about the poor picture quality of this clip that was salvaged off an old VHS cassette.

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    Louisiana Red - I Been Down So Long

    2:59

    Louisiana Red - guitar, vocals

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    LOUISIANA RED The Story Of Louisiana Red

    3:00

    Louisiana Red the story of louisiana red

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    Louisiana Red - Reds Dream

    2:47

    Red's Dream: Louisiana Red [1962]

    It was a dream, dream I had last night
    I dreamed I went to the UN
    And set the whole nation right

    I dreamed of callin' old Castro
    To the morning flo'
    Looked him right in the eye and said, Boy,
    You got to go!
    I'm tired of your foolishness
    And if you don't behave,
    I'm goin' grab you by your beard,
    Give you a Georgia shave!

    It was a dream, a dream I had last night
    I dreamed I went to the UN
    And set the whole nation right

    Then I told old Khrushchev
    Sittin' there looking bad,
    Get that junk outta Cuba
    'Fore you make me mad.
    Dig up them missile bases
    Take them planes and all
    Or I'll grab me a bat
    With your head for the ball!

    It was a dream, dream I had last night
    I dreamed I went to the UN
    And set the whole nation right

    Then into Washington they call me
    An' I went
    Hadda be the guest
    Of the President
    He said, Red, I'm glad to see you,
    So glad you come down here
    To help me run the Russians
    From the western hemisphere!

    I said, You can run the country
    I'm goin' to run the Senate
    Oughtta make a few changes
    With a few soul brothers in it.
    Ray Charles and Lightnin' Hopkins
    And a guy like Jimmy Reed
    Bo Diddley and Big Mabel
    Be all I need!

    It was a dream, a dream I had last night
    I dreamed I went to the UN
    And set the whole nation right

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    Louisiana Red-Pretty Woman

    5:38

    Pretty Woman
    Louisiana Red v/g
    Sugar Blue harmonica
    100 Club, London
    24 April 1978

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    LOUISIANA RED ~ Going Home

    3:17

    The one and only, Louisiana Red
    Real Name: Iverson Minter
    Born: Bessemer, AL, March 23, 1932.
    Passed away in Germany, February 25, 2012
    He recorded under various pseudonyms including Rocky Fuller, Playboy Fuller, Cryin' Red, Rockin' Red and Walkin' Slim before settling on Louisiana Red, a nickname derived from his love of Louisiana hot sauce. The Rocky Fuller moniker came from Muddy Waters, who took Red under his wing during his first recording session in 1952.

    Here's part of Bob Corritore's tribute:
    It is with a heavy heart that we report the passing of one of the greatest and most beloved traditional blues artists. Louisiana Red died this afternoon at a hospital in Germany (Note Europe is 9 hours ahead) after a few days in a coma brought on by thyroid imbalance. He was 79. Louisiana Red was a powerful downhome blues artist who could channel his teachers (among them Muddy Waters, Elmore James, Robert Nighthawk, Lightnin' Hopkins and John Lee Hooker) into his own heartfelt musical conversation, delivered with such moving passion and honesty that it would leave his audiences indelibly touched. He was fine singer with a distinctive voice, and an amazing guitarist who could play all of the traditional blues styles and excelled as one of the world's greatest slide guitarists. He could create moods and textures, both musically and spiritually, and had the ability of falling so deep into his own songs that he would go to tears, making his audience cry with him. That was the gift of this great artist.

    Another blues great gone. for complete tribute, see link below

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    Louisiana Red - Alabama train

    3:25

    Louisiana Red & Little Victor's Juke Joint playing Alabama Train at Mönsterås Blues Fest, 2011.

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    Louisiana Red - Midnight Rambler

    3:34

    Midnight Rambler 1975 - Louisiana Red

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    Louisiana Red ~ Sugar hips

    2:13

    Harmonica blues
    Glover GP-3002

    Lousiana Red, born Iverson Minter (1932, Alabama)

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    LOUISIANA RED - LITTLE GIRL, TAKE YOUR TIME

    2:22

    Great cover of the Sugar Boy Williams original.

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    Louisiana Red & Carey Bell AEWTB 1991 Tiel, The Netherlands

    1:1:01

    MORE GOLD!!! Another insanely good line up that night, with Johnny Copeland Blues Band, Mike Sanchez & Ian Jennings in The Big Town Playboys and..... Carey Bell & Louisiana Red in the Third Edition Of An Evening With The Blues on March 9, 1991
    at Agnietenhof Theatre, Tiel, The Netherlands.

    Digitized June 10, 2016 from Bert Lek's
    Blues Cassette Tapes Collection

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    American Folk Blues Festival 1983 feat. Louisiana Red

    5:07

    Louisiana Red-voc/git
    Carey Bell-harmonica
    Jimmy Rogers-git
    Lovie Lee-piano
    Queen Sylvia Embry-bass
    CharlesHoney BoyOtis-drums
    rec-live in germany 1983

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    Louisiana Red - Im Too Poor To Die - 1964

    2:26

    Louisiana Red was a powerful downhome blues artist who could channel his teachers (among them Muddy Waters, Elmore James, Robert Nighthawk, Lightnin' Hopkins and John Lee Hooker) into his own heartfelt musical conversation, delivered with such moving passion and honesty that it would leave his audiences indelibly touched.

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    Louisiana Red - Ride On, Ride On

    2:55

    Civil Rights/Freedom Riders lyrics - excellent, steady tempo harp and guitar blues bopper

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    Louisiana Red featuring Norman Beaker - Reds New Dream - Old Grey Whistle Test 1977

    5:13

    Live performance of Red's New Dream by Blues singer and guitarist, Louisiana Red. Old Grey Whistle Test 1977.
    Featuring Louisiana Red on vocals, guitar. Norman Beaker on guitar with Dave Lunt and Mike Smith.

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    LOUISIANA RED - I DONE WOKE UP Atlas 1246 1960

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    I DONE WOKE UP - Louisiana Red [Atlas #1246] 1960(Iversin Bay)

    Mac-Avery Music (BMI)
    Hand Writing Matrix: 12461-1-R / 1246-2-R

    My Records Blog...

    (Sorry, Japanese text only)

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    Louisiana Red-Alabama Train

    3:01

    Take me Home.....

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    Rory Gallagher - Louisiana Red

    3:26

    Rory Gallagher
    Rory Gallagher 1982.jpg
    Gallagher, at the Manchester Apollo in 1982
    Background information
    Birth name William Rory Gallagher
    Also known as Liam Rory Gallagher
    Born 2 March 1948
    Ballyshannon, County Donegal, Ireland
    Origin Cork, Ireland
    Died 14 June 1995 (aged 47)
    London, United Kingdom
    Genres
    Rock blues folk jazz
    Occupation(s) Musician, songwriter, bandleader, producer
    Instruments Vocals, guitar, bass, mandolin, saxophone, sitar, harmonica, banjo, dulcimer, dobro
    Years active 1963–1995
    Labels Polydor, Chrysalis, Buddah, Castle
    Associated acts Taste
    Website rorygallagher.com
    William Rory Gallagher (/ˈrɔːri ˈɡæləhər/ GAL-ə-hər; 2 March 1948 – 14 June 1995)[1][2] was an Irish blues and rock multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and producer. Born in Ballyshannon, County Donegal,[3] and brought up in Cork, Gallagher recorded solo albums throughout the 1970s and 1980s, after forming the band Taste during the late 1960s. His albums have sold over 30 million copies worldwide.
    (Wiki)

    Here is an acoustic performance of a killer guitarist from back in the 60's Rory Gallagher. You have to check out his stuff!

    Cheers!

    #BOMBEATSISBACK
    #RoryGallagher

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    Louisiana Red & Baums Bluesbenders - Valerie

    5:00

    Live Recording November 2007 at the Harmonie Bonn Germany. First time we play together without any rehearsal. Bluesbenders :Olaf Groß bass, Francis Holzapfel drums, Uwe Placke harp, Bill Baum guitar

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    Louisiana Blues , Louisiana Red

    4:22

    Blues

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    Louisiana Red It hurts me to by Elmore James

    5:56

    Louisiana Red It hurts me to by Elmore James.
    One of 15 songs on the DVD Louisiana Red & The Blue Masters
    Complete DVD download at:
    Only US$ 9.95

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    Louisiana Red - Blue Evening

    4:32

    Recorded at Levon Helm's studio in Woodstock, NY, 2002. with: Garth Hudson (keyboards & sax) , Jimmy Vivino (second guitar) and Levon Helm (drums)
    (*) A Different Shade of Red: The Woodstock Sessions - 2002

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    Louisiana Red - Valerie!

    4:55

    Live at Harmonie Bonn Germany. Nov 2007. With Bill Baum (guitar), Olaf Grob (bass) and Francis Holzapfel (drums).

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    Louisiana Red - Too Poor To Die

    6:34

    Amazing Bluesman !!! Amazing Song !!!

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    Walk All Over Georgia , Louisiana Red

    4:55

    Blues

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    Louisiana Red - Driftin

    5:45

    Blues from the heart...Μα τι είναι επιτέλους το Blues ; Το εξηγεί πολύ καλά ο εξαίρετος Louisiana Red (γεννημένος το 1932), o ζωντανός θρύλος του Blues!

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    Louisiana Red Orphanage Home Blues

    4:17

    I took this with a Flip Video Minot at the Augusta Heritage blues Week in July of 2009. It was a rare opportunity for me to hang out with Red and get the story along with the song, We are extremely lucky to have such a great man in our midst who is not only a legend himself but also an uncommon link to the legends we all worship. He knew them, he lived with them, can tell you what tuning they used, what slide they used, and then rip into their music with great skill. He blends all these influences into his own music which is delivered from the heart in only a way that a man that has walked his path can.
    BTW, he put down his Gibson J40 to play my Rogue Triolian Resonator.

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    Louisiana Red I Done Woke Up

    2:17

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    LITTLE VICTORS JUKE JOINT w/LOUISIANA RED-Blues Music Awards

    5:02

    Louisiana Red & Little Victor's Juke Joint @ Blues Music Awards 2010, Memphis, TN performing the Muddy Waters-ish Black Bayou from their multi-award winner album Back to the Black Bayou had two nominations at the 31st BMA (the Blues GRAMMIES). The Blues Foundation asked them to play at the cerimony in Memphis with the whole band featured on the record. A full DVD with more music from that memorable night is now available on the Blues Foundation website.

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    Louisiana Red - Country Playboy

    3:01

    from the album Louisiana Red Sings the Blues (1972)

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    Antiseen - Sweet Blood Call originally by Louisiana Red on 7 Vinyl Record

    3:10

    Brand new 7 from the the Destructo Punks, featuring the almighty Joe Buck. These two tracks are absolute barn burners with Sweet Blood Call originally being recorded by Louisiana Red and Black Eyed Susie, which came over with the Pilgrims. Leave it the Boys from Brutalsville for the American History lesson and to revive a classic Americana song. The 7 also comes with digital download card so you get the best of both worlds with vinyl and instant downloading to your digital media player.

    Recorded at Dead Deer Studios, Lenoir, NC - Mixed & Mastered by : Jon Bowman
    Joe Buck's part recorded at Snug Harbor by : Jon Bowman

    ANTiSEEN :
    Jeff Clayton - Vocals
    Joe Young - Guitar
    Jon Bowman - Bass & Vocals
    Phil Keller - Drums & Vocals
    w/ Special Guest : Joe Buck - Guitar & Banjo

    Cover Art and Design : Rusty Knuckles
    Band Photos : Russ Ward

    Side A - Sweet Blood Call

    Side B - Black Eyed Susie - Featuring Joe Buck

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    Louisiana Red - Sweet Blood Call

    3:44

    Pretty Woman (The Blues Collection Vol. 81). I do not own the rights to this song.

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    Louisiana Red - Goodbye Jack Dupree!

    5:03

    Live from Oslo, Norway. 90's with: Sven Zetterberg (harmonica), Johnny Augland (drums), Tor Einar Jacobsen (bass).

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    Louisiana Red - Sweet Blood Call

    7:39

    Louisiana Red live in Hard Rock Cafe Bucharest, 22.03.2008

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    ***Blueslegend LOUISIANA RED live at the Banana Peel***

    5:39

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    Louisiana Red-Blues For Ida B.

    7:58

    Blues For Ida B.

    Louisiana Red v/g
    Chicago, May 1982

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    Louisiana Red featuring Norman Beaker - Instrumental - Old Grey Whistle Test 1977

    4:10

    Live performance by Blues singer and guitarist, Louisiana Red. Old Grey Whistle Test 1977.
    Featuring Louisiana Red on vocals, guitar. Norman Beaker on guitar with Dave Lunt and Mike Smith.

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    Louisiana Red & Tota Blues, BCN 2005

    5:06

    Louisiana Red acompañado por Tota Blues Band, interpretando el clásico de Willie Dixon, Hoochie Coochie Man. Show organizado por la Societat de Blues de Barcelona, en diciembre de 2005.

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    Louisiana Red - Driftin´

    8:34

    Fragmento de la actuación que realizó Louisiana Red con ocasión del 18 Festival de Blues de Reus

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    Youre Gonna Need Me Baby : Louisiana Red

    3:20

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    Too Poor To Die , Louisiana Red

    3:51

    Blues

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    Louisiana Red & The Dynamite Daze Alabama Train

    3:42

    Louisiana Red & The Dynamite Daze at Finkenbach Festival 2010.
    Louisiana Red: Vocs, Git.
    Colin Jamieson: Drums
    Dirty Didi: Harps
    Andrea Luigi Tognoli: Bass
    Martin Czemmel: Git.

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