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Playlist of Milburn (band)

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  • Annie Minogue Band featuring Mystic Bowie - JET

    3:48

    This is a video for the re-make of Paul McCartney's song Jet by The Annie Minogue Band featuring Mystic Bowie.
    *Used with permission from MPL Communications
    Personnel:
    Video Director: Devereux Milburn
    Video Producer: Annie Minogue
    Arrangement: Nunzio Signore & Annie Minogue
    Annie Minogue: Lead and Background Vocals
    Mystic Bowie: Lead Vocals
    Nick Saya: Drums and Percussion
    Nunzio Signore: Guitar and Background Vocals
    Peter Williamson: Bass
    Craig Dreyer: B3 Organ
    Produced by: Nick Saya and Nunzio Signore
    Engineered by: Nick Saya and Nunzio Signore
    Mixed by: Peter Moshay
    Mastered by: Chris Gehringer

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  • Richard Bargel LIVE w/ Major Heuser & Band | Bad Bad Whiskey

    7:39

    Bad Bad Whiskey (Maxwell & Adelina Davis)

    Richard Bargel: vocals, dobro, acoustic guitar
    Klaus 'Major' Heuser: electric guitars
    Sascha Delbrouck: electric & acoustic bass
    Marcus Rieck: drums

    Recorded live at the THEATER DER KELLER, Cologne, February 22 + 23 2010
    Recording Engineer: Wolfgang Feder
    FOH mix: Sebastian Schreyer
    Stage light: Bettina Montazem
    Mixed and mastered by Wolfgang Feder at Tonstudio Feder, Cologne
    Video by Carasana Videoproduktion
    Produced by Werner Meyer for MEYER RECORDS
    Photography and design by MEYER ORIGINALS
    ©MEYER RECORDS 2010

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  • Ken Curtis Tumbling Tumbleweeds Festus Country

    2:41

    Ken Curtis sings Tumbling Tumbleweeds
    Live From Germany 1986

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    4:25

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  • Paris Jazz Café - 150 minutes of wonderful easy listening Jazz, Be Bop & Swing

    2:30:37

    All of the following played on the Jazz Café series:

    Clifford Brown, Bud Powell, Ahmad Jamal, Louis Armstrong, Blossom Dearie, Lambert Hendricks & Ross, Johnny Griffin, Chris Connor, Dexter Gordon, Carmen McRae, Coleman Hawkins, The Hi Lo's, The Ink Spots, James Moody, Frank Foster, Thelonious Monk, Johnny Guitar Watson, Amos Milburn, Joe Turner, Chet Baker, Helen Merill, Art Farmer, Gigi Gryce, The Boswell Sisters, The Mel Tones, Bobby Jaspar, Rene Thomas, The Sportsmen, Joe Liggins, Lalo Schiffrin, Don Byas, Guitar Slim, Dinah Washington, The Cats & the Fiddle, Django Reinhardt, Stephane Grappelli, Mezz Mezzrow, Sidney Bechet, Johnny Moore, Blue Lu Barker

    Artwork by Arthur Plaud








    00:00 – Clifford Brown – “Venez Donc Chez Moi”
    07:48 - Bud Powell – “Crossin' the Channel“
    12:08 - Ahmad Jamal – “Poinciana”
    20:19 - Louis Armstrong – “Mack the Knife”
    23:43 - Blossom Dearie – “They Say It’s Spring”
    27:24 - Lambert Hendricks & Ross – “One O Clock Jump”
    30:27 - Johnny Griffin – “Cherokee”
    37:12 - Chris Connor – “The Night We Called It a Day”
    40:36 - Dexter Gordon – “Confirmation”
    48:27 - Carmen McRae – “I Was Doing Allright”
    51:16 - Coleman Hawkins – “April In Paris”
    55:12 - The Hi Lo's – “You and the Night and the Music”
    57:13 - The Ink Spots – “That Cat Is High”
    01:00:05 - James Moody – “Si Jolie”
    01:02:34 - Frank Foster – “Fat Shoes”
    01:07:26 - Thelonious Monk – “Evidence”
    01:10:34 - Johnny Guitar Watson – “Highway 60”
    01:13:00 - Amos Milburn – “One Scotch One Bourbon One Beer”
    01:16:00 - Joe Turner – “Wedding Boogie”
    01:19:11 - Chet Baker – “Blue Bossa”
    01:24:50 - Helen Merill – “Smog”
    01:27:44 - Art Farmer – “Strike Up the Band”
    01:31:42 - Gigi Gryce – “Paris the Beautiful”
    01:36:01 - The Boswell Sisters – “Cheek to Cheek”
    01:38:59 - The Mel Tones – “What Is This Thing Called Love?”
    01:41:56 - Bobby Jaspar – “There Is a Small Hotel”
    01:45:19 - Rene Thomas – “Autobuzz”
    01:48:19 - Bud Powell – “Buttercup”
    01:53:44 - The Sportsmen – “If This Isn’t Love”
    01:55:40 - Joe Liggins – “Pink Champagne”
    01:58:41 - Lalo Schiffrin – “Mambop”
    02:01:34 - Don Byas – “Burt’s Pad”
    02:04:20 - Guitar Slim – “Well I Done Got Over It”
    02:06:48 - Django Reinhardt – “Minor Swing”
    02:09:39 - Dinah Washington – “Juice Head Man of Mine”
    02:12:22 - The Cats & the Fiddle – “Killin’ Jive”
    02:15:12 - Django Reinhardt, Stephane Grappelli – “Swanee River”
    02:18:16 - Mezz Mezzrow – “Careless Love”
    02:22:00 - Sidney Bechet – “Petite Fleur”
    02:25:18 - Johnny Moore – “Snuff Dippin’ Mama”
    02:28:02 - Blue Lu Barker – “Buy Me Some Juice”

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  • Amos Milburn - Thinking and Drinking

    2:25

    Boogie Woogie star Amos was big in the 40s and early 50s. He is sometimes mentioned as an influence on rock and roll. His speciality was songs about getting drunk, like this one.

  • Along Comes Mary

    2:47

    Provided to YouTube by Rhino

    Along Comes Mary (Remastered Version) · The Association

    The Assocation: The Essentials

    ℗ 1967 Warner Records Inc.

    Additional Musicians: Ben Benay
    Band Member: Brian Cole
    Additional Musicians: Butch Parker
    Additional Musicians: Curt Boettcher
    Producer: Curt Boettcher
    Engineer: Gary Paxton
    Additional Musicians: Jerry Scheff
    Additional Musicians: Jim Troxel
    Band Member: Jim Yester
    Band Member: Jules Gary Alexander
    Additional Musicians: Lee Mallory
    Additional Musicians: Mike Deasy
    Engineer: Pete Romano
    Band Member: Russ Giguere
    Band Member: Ted Bluechel
    Band Member: Terry Kirkman
    Additional Musicians: Toxey French
    Composer, Lyricist, Writer: Tandyn Almer
    Composer: Tandyr Almer

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  • Amos Milburn Sax Shack Boogie

    2:48

    Born in Houston, one of thirteen children, by the age of five years Milburn was playing tunes by piano. He enlisted in the United States Navy when he was fifteen and earned thirteen battle stars in the Philippines, before returning to Houston and organizing a sixteen-piece band playing in Houston clubs and was Managed by William & Geneva Church. Milburn participated with the Houston jazz and blues musicians. He was a polished pianist and performer and during 1946 attracted the attention of a woman who arranged a recording session with Aladdin Records in Los Angeles, California. Milburn's relationship with Aladdin lasted eight years during which he produced more than 75 sides. His cover version of Down the Road a Piece (1946) was a blues song with a Texas boogie beat that was similar in many respects to rock music. However, none became popular until 1949 when seven of his singles got the attention of the R&B audience. Hold Me Baby and Chicken Shack Boogie landed numbers eight and nine on Billboard's survey of 1949's R&B Bestsellers. He became one of the main performers associated with the Central Avenue music scene in Los Angeles. He was also a popular touring artist, and won awards from both Down Beat magazine (Best Blues and Jazz Star) and Billboard magazine (Top R&B Artist). Among his best-known songs was One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer. During 1950 Milburn's Bad, Bad, Whiskey scored the top of the R&B record chart and began a series of drinking songs (none written by Milburn, but several composed by Rudy Toombs). However, there is not any evidence that Milburn had an alcohol problem.

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  • Last Bus - Milburn

    3:12

    Music Video made my A-level students for their corsework, please leave feedback

  • Milburn - The Genius & The Tramp

    4:12

    A Tribute to the massively underrated class act that were Milburn. The tune's 'Genius & The Tramp' from the last album 'These Are The Facts'.

    Milburn were an indie rock band from Sheffield, that consisted of Joe Carnall, Louis Carnall, Tom Rowley, and Joe Green.
    2001-2008

  • Milburn - Last Ever Gig - Sheffield Academy - 2008 - PART ONE

    9:57

    Tracks:

    1. Well Well Well
    2. Lo and Behold
    3. Send In The Boys

    If you like these tracks please go out and buy some of Milburns albums; Well Well Well, or These Are The Facts.

  • Milburn - Well Well Well

    3:29

    Milburn performing 'Well Well Well at the Sheffield Academy in 2008. Sorry if the quality turns out quite shite, tried making it as best as possible, hope you can still enjoy it though.

  • Milburn - Nothing for You

    2:53

    'Nothing For You' taken from the new Milburn album 'Time'. Available now:

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  • Milburn - Lads n Lasses

    2:17

    quality song from a great band

  • Milburn OK Music Band 2005.

    2:39

    Milbur Music Band december 2004 with Deny Ferrys.

  • Alice Milburn band 5 August 18

    3:53

    Wickham Festival 18

  • Milburn live at Pop Up Du Label , Paris 31 mars 2017

    18:10

    Well Well Well
    Send in the Boys
    Showroom
    Lo and Behold
    What Will You Do (When the Money Goes)?
    Lipstick Licking

  • Milburn - Blow Your Whistle

    3:01

    B-side to the single Lipstick Lickin'.

  • Milburn- Brewster

    2:36

    Track 10 of Milburn's album Well Well Well...
    A fab song from an amazing band!

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  • Milburn - Scoundrel

    2:34

    Scoundrel by the band Milburn, use the link for download of the song.

  • Milburn -Well Well Well - Last Gig

    1:38

    Sheffield band rock the new sheffield carling academy but for the last. Super Band

  • Dwayne S. Milburn - American Hymnsong Suite

    11:32

    University of Hawai‘i Aloha Concert 2018
    Symphonic Band - Gabriel Arnold, conductor
    April 22, 2018

    Dwayne S. Milburn - American Hymnsong Suite (2007)
    I. Prelude of Wonderous Love
    II. Prelude on Balm in Gilead
    III. Scherzo on Nettleton
    IV. March on Wilson

  • Milburn - Steel Town

    3:35

    Milburn's first demo 'Steel Town', released in 2001. I do not own this song, all credit goes to the band and their producers.

  • AMOS MILBURN - One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer

    3:17

    Classic.

  • Milburn - Roll Out The Barrel Glasgow ABC2

    3:29

    Milburn - Roll Out The Barrel Glasgow ABC2 2nd last ever gig

  • Emerald Suite: III. March

    3:16

    Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America

    Emerald Suite: III. March · North Texas Wind Symphony

    Ciphers

    ℗ 2011 GIA WindWorks

    Released on: 2011-01-01

    Conductor: Eugene Migliaro Corporon
    Ensemble: North Texas Wind Symphony
    Composer: Dwayne S. Milburn

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Amos Milburn Concert Poster 1940s R&B Aladdin Records Artist

    4:22

    An original, vintage 1940s Amos Milburn window card for his appearance at The Sunset Terrace in Indianapolis, Indiana on December 11, 1949.

    This Amos Milburn placard features a lovely purple-pink color which gives it tremendous eye appeal.

    In addition, the simple yet stylized design of this Amos Milburn show poster adds tremendously to its eye appeal... such as the way his name just flows like a river through the middle of the poster.

    Probably the catchiest part, graphically, of this Amos Milburn tour poster is the piano keyboard, part of the black grand piano that sits underneath the artist's name and photograph.

    And speaking of cool design, I feel that this Amos Milburn poster carries an exceptional head-shot picture of the R&B star... besides his handsome, smiling face, just look at the way the splash of light rays behind him add such zip to it.

    Woolever Press of Los Angeles manufactured this Amos Milburn In-Person poster... as they did many other concert posters of the era.

    And not surprisingly, this Amos Milburn broadside measures 14x22, very much the standard size for concert posters of the day.

    In addition, this Amos Milburn billboard was made of stiff cardboard materials, not paper, so that it could easily withstand the fall weather.

    Collectors really enjoy finding an Amos Milburn boxing-style concert poster like this, because as was the habit of the day, most of them were torn down & thrown away not long after the concerts.

    Chicken Shack Boogie was a #1 R&B hit for a full month, so it's not surprising that it's mentioned twice on this Amos Milburn concert placard.

    The bottom-line small print of this Amos Milburn event poster lists not only the printer but also Amos' management company, and their full contact info.

    In fact, the complete wording found on this Amos Milburn window display, just as it reads from top to bottom:

    The Sunset -- Sunday Night Dec. 11 -- Advance $1.40 -- Tax Included -- At Door $1.60 -- Make Table Reservations In Person at Sunset Terrace Café

    In Person... That Sensational Singing, Piano Playing Chicken Shack Boogie Man -- AMOS MILBURN and His Big Little Band

    Exclusive Aladdin Recording Artists -- Creators of: Hold Me Baby, Chicken Shack Boogie and Bewildered

    Exclusive Management: Federal Artists Corp. -- 8734 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood 46, Calif. -- CR. 5-5251 -- Woolever Press -- Los Angeles

    It's pretty funny how this Amos Milburn showcard gives the date in such gigantic letters and the ticket prices so microscopically!

    It's also interesting to note how this Amos Milburn show placard has no opening acts on it whatsoever... quite often, these posters featured two or three musicians.

    It would be asking too much for this Amos Milburn telephone-pole poster to be free of typos... they were just so common with these things. And sure enough, the closing quote marks were left off the song title Bewildered.

    I wonder why it says only The Sunset across the top of this Amos Milburn tour placard, when in the fine print it refers to the Sunset Terrace Café and I've also heard reference to the Sunset Terrace Ballroom. A head-scratcher for us history buffs.

    I wonder if the legendary Fats Domino has an Amos Milburn ticket poster in his collection? He sites Milburn as a major early influence on his career.

    It's too bad that this Amos Milburn sign doesn't have the hit record Roomin' House Boogie on it as well, which was a #1 R&B hit for Amos right around this time.

    In fact, this Amos Milburn announcement could've squeezed in a lot more song titles... Amos charted 19 consecutive Top 10 R&B singles during this period!

    This old Amos Milburn concert poster is happily discussed by collector Pete Howard (pete@postercentral.com, or, 805-540-0020).

    To see a few more rare & collectible post-war R&B concert posters from this era, slide on over to this page of my web site:

  • Two Years Of Torture - Amos Milburn

    3:05

    Recorded on May 18, 1950. Born in Houston, one of thirteen children, by the age of five Milburn was playing tunes on the piano. He enlisted in the United States Navy when he was fifteen and earned thirteen battle stars in the Philippines, before returning to Houston and organizing a sixteen-piece band playing in Houston clubs, and mixing with the Houston jazz and blues scene. He was a polished pianist and performer and in 1946 attracted the attention of an enterprising woman who arranged a recording session with Aladdin Records in Los Angeles. Milburn's relationship with Aladdin lasted eight years during which he cut over seventy-five sides. His cover of Down the Road a Piece (1946), a blues with a rocking Texas boogie beat that bordered on rock, was ahead of its time. However, none caught on until 1949 when seven of his singles got the attention of the R&B audience. Hold Me Baby and Chicken Shack Boogie landed numbers eight and nine on Billboard's survey of 1949's R&B Bestsellers.

    He became one of the leading performers associated with the Central Avenue music scene of Los Angeles' Watts neighborhood. Among his best known songs was One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer. In 1950 Milburn's Bad, Bad, Whiskey reached the top of the R&B charts and began a string of drinking songs (none written by Milburn, but several penned by Rudy Toombs). However, there is no evidence that Milburn had a drinking problem.

    For much more information please see:

  • Amos Milburn Pot Luck Boogie

    2:38

    Born in Houston, one of thirteen children, by the age of five years Milburn was playing tunes by piano. He enlisted in the United States Navy when he was fifteen and earned thirteen battle stars in the Philippines, before returning to Houston and organizing a sixteen-piece band playing in Houston clubs and was Managed by William & Geneva Church. Milburn participated with the Houston jazz and blues musicians. He was a polished pianist and performer and during 1946 attracted the attention of a woman who arranged a recording session with Aladdin Records in Los Angeles, California. Milburn's relationship with Aladdin lasted eight years during which he produced more than 75 sides. His cover version of Down the Road a Piece (1946) was a blues song with a Texas boogie beat that was similar in many respects to rock music. However, none became popular until 1949 when seven of his singles got the attention of the R&B audience. Hold Me Baby and Chicken Shack Boogie landed numbers eight and nine on Billboard's survey of 1949's R&B Bestsellers. He became one of the main performers associated with the Central Avenue music scene in Los Angeles. He was also a popular touring artist, and won awards from both Down Beat magazine (Best Blues and Jazz Star) and Billboard magazine (Top R&B Artist). Among his best-known songs was One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer. During 1950 Milburn's Bad, Bad, Whiskey scored the top of the R&B record chart and began a series of drinking songs (none written by Milburn, but several composed by Rudy Toombs). However, there is not any evidence that Milburn had an alcohol problem.

  • ENMU Symphonic Band & Wind Symphony in Concert

    1:23:05

    7 March 2017

    ENMU Symphonic Band & Wind Symphony
    Dustin Seifert, conductor
    Conrad Laun, guest conductor

    Symphonic Band

    Fortress (1988) - Frank Ticheli (b. 1958)

    Ammerland (2001) - Jacob de Haan (b. 1959)
    Conrad Laun, guest conductor

    Variations on a Korean Folk Song (1967) - John Barnes Chance(1932-1972)

    The Corcoran Cadets (1890) - John Philip Sousa (1854-1932)

    Wind Symphony

    Celebration Fanfare (2007) - Steven Reineke (b. 1970)

    Elsa’s Procession to the Cathedral (1848/1938) - Richard Wagner(1813-1883)
    trans. L. Cailliet

    American Hymnsong Suite (2007) - Dwayne Milburn (b. 1963)
    I. Prelude on “Wondrous Love”
    II. Ballad on “Balm in Gilead”
    III. Scherzo on “Nettleton”
    IV. March on “Wilson”

    Sol Y Sombra (1958) - George Gates (1920-2004)
    ed. V. Ragsdale

  • Amos Milburn Grey Hound

    3:04

    Born in Houston, one of thirteen children, by the age of five years Milburn was playing tunes by piano. He enlisted in the United States Navy when he was fifteen and earned thirteen battle stars in the Philippines, before returning to Houston and organizing a sixteen-piece band playing in Houston clubs and was Managed by William & Geneva Church. Milburn participated with the Houston jazz and blues musicians. He was a polished pianist and performer and during 1946 attracted the attention of a woman who arranged a recording session with Aladdin Records in Los Angeles, California. Milburn's relationship with Aladdin lasted eight years during which he produced more than 75 sides. His cover version of Down the Road a Piece (1946) was a blues song with a Texas boogie beat that was similar in many respects to rock music. However, none became popular until 1949 when seven of his singles got the attention of the R&B audience. Hold Me Baby and Chicken Shack Boogie landed numbers eight and nine on Billboard's survey of 1949's R&B Bestsellers. He became one of the main performers associated with the Central Avenue music scene in Los Angeles. He was also a popular touring artist, and won awards from both Down Beat magazine (Best Blues and Jazz Star) and Billboard magazine (Top R&B Artist). Among his best-known songs was One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer. During 1950 Milburn's Bad, Bad, Whiskey scored the top of the R&B record chart and began a series of drinking songs (none written by Milburn, but several composed by Rudy Toombs). However, there is not any evidence that Milburn had an alcohol problem.

  • Milburn - Sinking Ships

    3:19

    MILBURN GOT BACK TOGETHER!!!!! :D

  • Till Eulenspiegels lustige Streiche - Clarinet Choir

    14:55

    The clarinets of The United States Army Field Band have joined forces to present a clarinet ensemble featuring Staff Sgt. Erik Franklin's arrangement of Till Eulenspiegels lustige Streiche by Richard Strauss.

    Eb Clarinet
    Sgt. 1st Class Brian Eldridge

    Bb Clarinets
    Sgt. Maj. David Bullman; Master Sgts. Reis McCullough, Mike Sears, and Shari Smith; Sgts. 1st Class Lauren Angert, John Blair, Joel Klenke, Jonathan Milburn, Yevgeniy Levin, and Michelle Spinazzola; Staff Sgts. Sergio Acosta and Jeremy Klenke.

    Basset Horn
    Staff Sgt. Erik Franklin

    Bass Clarinets
    Sgts. 1st Class Jennifer Everhart and Matthew Gunderson; Staff Sgt. Kevin Walko

    Contrabass Clarinet
    Sgt. 1st Class Chad Martin








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  • Stormy Weather-Amos Milburn

    2:28

  • An American Hymnsong composed by Dwayne S. Milburn

    8:57

    This rendition is performed by the Wind Ensemble from the 2009 LSU Honors Chamber Winds Camp. Conducted by Dr. Linda Moorehouse. Features three movements: I) Prelude on Wonderous Love II) Ballad on Balm in Gilead III) Scherzo on Nettleton

  • Bewildered written by Amos Milburn

    2:34

    Book The Band (352) 586-6131 Betsy Mudd * Listen to The Mudds on YouTube: LIKE The Mudds Blues Band Facebook and catch them playing all over Central Florida.
    “Muddifing” the Blues with a touch of Jazz.
    The Mudds are known for their soulful, relaxing sound. Their smooth jazz and blues style will return you to the days of Louisiana speak-easy lounges and cool cats. Cool jazzy blues for any venue or festival needing relaxing easy listening music. They play as a husband and wife duo, or a band by adding a drummer and/or Sax/Clarinet and keys.
    To build their vast setlist, Sam and his wife Betsy, hand-pick songs from the 1940s and 1950s blues masters such as Eddie Boyd, Ollie Shepard, Smokey Hogg, Willie Dixon, and ZZ Top. Sam Mudd writes all of their original songs. Because Sam is wonderfully talented and has vast musical knowledge he comes up with unique lyrics and tones. It works by learning the unique sound of scale degrees, (root, 2nd, 3rd, 7th, etc), understanding the rules of music (music theory) and how those rules sound in action.
    Sam Mudd began playing bass as a teen. He would put on an LP and drag the needle back a million times to learn every note of a song. In high school, he played with his friends at his prom and parties. After his father was killed in Korea, Sam’s mom moved the Mudd clan to Florida. By chance, he met Sarasota Slim in a pawn shop. Slim needed a bass player. Over the next decade, Sam gained a ton of experience playing with Sarasota Slim, Lucky Peterson, and numerous other great musicians. He toured the globe as the original bassist with Tampa Bay blues band Rock Bottom & The Cutaways. His last gig was with Slim’s band in Key West at Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville around. That was around 1990. Like many musicians, he needed a break from the business. Sam took a twenty-five-year hiatus to pursues home building, real estate, and antiques. In 1998, he met Betsy in a scuba diving class. A bucket list thing for Betsy. As dive buddies, they became close. Betsy was an independent artist and businesswoman. They became best friends and moved to Inverness, Florida to retire early and be close to Betsy’s folks.
    2014. On a whim, and while Betsy was spending a couple of months in Jax with her grandsons, Sam bought a bass and called up Slim. Sam wasn’t really sure if he wanted to return to the music scene and all that comes with it… But Sam decided to stick his big toe in the water. And after a few trips to the Tampa-St Pete area to check out the music scene with Slim he decided to jump in the deep end. He worked tirelessly getting his “chops up” and reawaken his musical memory of Slim’s songs, all the blues covers. Within a few weeks, Sam was asked to play full time with Franc Robert. Little Mike and various top-notch Florida bands called him to play bass as well.
    Betsy returned to a changed man. She had never seen Sam play and was, shall we say, impressed. She started getting gigs for him. Slim even dubbed her “Colonel Parker” Elvis’ manager. She never missed any of Sam’s gigs, but the late hours and honky-tonk clubs were wearing on both of them.
    Summer of 2015, they traveled to Lenoir, North Carolina with Slim, Chicago Bluesman Nitro Bozeman and drummer Jim Mackey to play the VII Pop Furguson Festival. On the way to the festival, they play Savanna and a couple of other places Slim had set up. During the two day festival, Sam played bass for Big Bill Morganfield Muddy Water’s son, Trudy Lynn, Barbara Carr, Wanda Johnson, even Creole Jazz Serenader’s Don Vappie and many more.
    After about a year in, Sam and Betsy decided to put together their own little band. Sam handed the bass over to Betsy. He taught her his entire bag of tricks all the while perfecting his vocals, guitar leads and writing all of the songs on their first album “Dream One Day”. They practiced night and day. Betsy had never played an instrument in her entire life. But as an artist, Betsy learned quickly that music was just another medium to express art. Best of all, her smooth rhythmic lines fit like a glove with Sam’s old school style. Sam says, “Betsy’s solid, she’s eager to learn new material, and (almost) always smiling.” Betsy says, “It’s not easy to get in front of a crowd of people and play, but you over-come the butterflies because you love the music. And making someones’ night a little more special because they heard some good blues. Playing bass next to my husband is like a dream come true. Sam and I have never been happier.” That was just four short, but productive, years ago.
    The Mudds first began playing at Sip in Leesburg, Florida every Saturday on the patio. Shortly after, Whispering Oaks Winery in Oxford took them on as the House Band. Confident that The Mudds were ready to play any venue, Betsy got on the horn and the gigs started rolling in.

  • MILBURN Live At Leeds

    2:53

    The Cockpit 20 Sept 2007

  • Showroom, Milburn, Liverpool Sound City, 28th May 2017

    3:22

  • BVNW Wind Ensemble - American Hymnsong Suite | Dwayne S. Milburn

    5:31

    Movements:
    I. Prelude On Wondrous Love
    II. Scherzo On Nettleton

    BVNW Spring Band Concert
    Blue Valley Northwest High School, Overland Park, KS
    Provided By: Jack Oxley and Teresa Malnovic
    Recorded On: May 5, 2015

  • Milburn - Roll Out The Barrel - Leadmill - Sept 07

    3:33

    Milburn - Roll Out The Barrel- Leadmill - Sept 07

  • milburn roll out the barrel sheffield academy last ever gig

    2:42

    milburn doing roll out the barrel for there last ever gig at sheffield an amazing night from a great band you will be sadly missed.

  • Tommy Edwards & The Bluegrass Experience - Happy Birthday Milburn & Howard

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    HAPPY NEW YEAR, 2013!!!!

    The Bluegrass Experience
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    Mike Aldridge, Mandolin
    Stan Brown, Banjo
    Tommy Edwards, Guitar
    Thomas Snuffy Smith, Bass
    Keith Thomas, Fiddle

    Temple Theatre

  • Amos Milburn Chicken Shack Boogie

    2:48

    Born in Houston, one of thirteen children, by the age of five years Milburn was playing tunes by piano. He enlisted in the United States Navy when he was fifteen and earned thirteen battle stars in the Philippines, before returning to Houston and organizing a sixteen-piece band playing in Houston clubs and was Managed by William & Geneva Church. Milburn participated with the Houston jazz and blues musicians. He was a polished pianist and performer and during 1946 attracted the attention of a woman who arranged a recording session with Aladdin Records in Los Angeles, California. Milburn's relationship with Aladdin lasted eight years during which he produced more than 75 sides. His cover version of Down the Road a Piece (1946) was a blues song with a Texas boogie beat that was similar in many respects to rock music. However, none became popular until 1949 when seven of his singles got the attention of the R&B audience. Hold Me Baby and Chicken Shack Boogie landed numbers eight and nine on Billboard's survey of 1949's R&B Bestsellers. He became one of the main performers associated with the Central Avenue music scene in Los Angeles. He was also a popular touring artist, and won awards from both Down Beat magazine (Best Blues and Jazz Star) and Billboard magazine (Top R&B Artist). Among his best-known songs was One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer. During 1950 Milburn's Bad, Bad, Whiskey scored the top of the R&B record chart and began a series of drinking songs (none written by Milburn, but several composed by Rudy Toombs). However, there is not any evidence that Milburn had an alcohol problem.

  • Milburn - 17 rhtythm guitar cover

    3:15

    feel free to ask for milburn songs and tabs!

  • Milburn - Well Well Well rhythm guitar cover

    3:34

    first try. feel free to ask for milburn songs and tabs!

  • Milburn @ Sheffield Boardwalk - June 2006

    13:50

    Brewster, Showroom & What You Could Have Won from Sheffield Boardwalk 2006. Chaotic gig and one of many great memories from a great band.

  • Amos Milburn - Im In My Wine

    2:36

    Alcatraz episode 3 ending song :)

  • Milburn-Genius And The Tramp Cover By Leigh Astill

    3:57

    Leigh Astill Of Leicester Indie Band Doing A Acoustic Version Of Milburns Genius And The Tramp On A Crappy Mic

  • Los Javanian - One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer at Crucified Night gig 2018

    2:28

    Los Javanian cover on Roy Ellis's One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer at Crucified Night gig (1/9/2018)

    Los Javanian one of Jamaican Music Lovers band in Southeast Asia, They are from Jakarta-Indonesia and play Early Ska, Sweet Rocksteady, and Early Reggae.
    They're so Classy, Soulful, and Smooth Groovin.

    with may influence like The Skatalites, Granville Williams Orc, Baba Brooks, Prince Buster, Alton Ellis, Phyllis Dillon, Jackie Mittoo, The Crystalites, The Rudies, The Techniques, The Tennors, The Paragons, etc.

    Crucified Night is a gig held by Joker Street Bois, Jakarta, Indonesia

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