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Playlist of The Blues Brothers (1980)

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  • Aretha Franklin - Think

    5:34

    Aretha Franklin's Think from the movie The Blues Brothers (1980).

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  • CAB CALLOWAY - Minnie the moocher

    3:51

    From the 1980's film The Blues Brothers.
    Full version videomix by alekosg.

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  • The Blues Brothers - Everybody Needs Somebody to Love

    3:21

    The Blues Brothers - Everybody Needs Somebody to Love (Official Audio)
    From 'The Blues Brothers: Original Soundtrack Recording' (1980)
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    The Blues Brothers - A Briefcase Full Of Blues
    The Blues Brothers: Original Soundtrack Recording
    The Blues Brothers - Made In America

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    Jake had a vision. It was his, the only real one he'd ever had, and he clung to it. It had always been the blues. Even back in the Rock Island City orphanage (that sweaty kid factory) Jake and Elwood were saved by the music. Actually, saved by a gray-haired janitor everybody called Curtis. He wore sinister midnight shades, a narrow black tie and a porkpie hat that he kept pushed back on his head. Curtis wrapped his waxy brown hands around his guitar neck and played the most dangerous blues this side of Robert Johnson. The nuns scorched the brothers’ days with holy threats and Curtis rescued them by night. Down in the coolness of his basement he taught them the blues and set in motion their mission: to live the healing message of music.

    Silent Elwood never did put more than two sentences together, but all those lost words burned from his Special 20 blues harp. And Joliet tore that voice from some hidden darkness, twisting his chubby body, snarling at the heavens, a born sinner. They used the basement because it was secret and because the echo gave them a nice dirty sound: Howlin’ Wolf and Little Walker, slapping like a bad dream around the chilly room. And then one night, Jake brought in a gleaming E string he said came from Elmore James’ guitar. He held it tight and as it glowed in the bulb light, Jake sliced Elwood’s middle finger and then his own. Now the solo boys with soul in their blood were brothers. Jake and Elwood Blues … the Blues Brothers.

    The official Blues Brothers YouTube channel is here to continue the mission. Come here for everything Blues Brothers, from our classic albums to upcoming events and profiles of BB accomplices.

  • John Lee Hooker - Boom Boom

    3:00

    Copyright © Universal Studios; All rights reserved.

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  • The Blues Brothers - Sweet Home Chicago

    7:48

    The Blues Brothers - Sweet Home Chicago (Official Audio)
    From 'The Blues Brothers: Original Soundtrack Recording' (1980)
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    The Blues Brothers - Made In America

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    Jake had a vision. It was his, the only real one he'd ever had, and he clung to it. It had always been the blues. Even back in the Rock Island City orphanage (that sweaty kid factory) Jake and Elwood were saved by the music. Actually, saved by a gray-haired janitor everybody called Curtis. He wore sinister midnight shades, a narrow black tie and a porkpie hat that he kept pushed back on his head. Curtis wrapped his waxy brown hands around his guitar neck and played the most dangerous blues this side of Robert Johnson. The nuns scorched the brothers’ days with holy threats and Curtis rescued them by night. Down in the coolness of his basement he taught them the blues and set in motion their mission: to live the healing message of music.

    Silent Elwood never did put more than two sentences together, but all those lost words burned from his Special 20 blues harp. And Joliet tore that voice from some hidden darkness, twisting his chubby body, snarling at the heavens, a born sinner. They used the basement because it was secret and because the echo gave them a nice dirty sound: Howlin’ Wolf and Little Walker, slapping like a bad dream around the chilly room. And then one night, Jake brought in a gleaming E string he said came from Elmore James’ guitar. He held it tight and as it glowed in the bulb light, Jake sliced Elwood’s middle finger and then his own. Now the solo boys with soul in their blood were brothers. Jake and Elwood Blues … the Blues Brothers.

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  • The Blues Brothers & Ray Charles - Shake A Tail Feather

    2:51

    The Blues Brothers & Ray Charles - Shake A Tail Feather (Official Audio)
    From 'The Blues Brothers: Original Soundtrack Recording' (1980)
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    Jake had a vision. It was his, the only real one he'd ever had, and he clung to it. It had always been the blues. Even back in the Rock Island City orphanage (that sweaty kid factory) Jake and Elwood were saved by the music. Actually, saved by a gray-haired janitor everybody called Curtis. He wore sinister midnight shades, a narrow black tie and a porkpie hat that he kept pushed back on his head. Curtis wrapped his waxy brown hands around his guitar neck and played the most dangerous blues this side of Robert Johnson. The nuns scorched the brothers’ days with holy threats and Curtis rescued them by night. Down in the coolness of his basement he taught them the blues and set in motion their mission: to live the healing message of music.

    Silent Elwood never did put more than two sentences together, but all those lost words burned from his Special 20 blues harp. And Joliet tore that voice from some hidden darkness, twisting his chubby body, snarling at the heavens, a born sinner. They used the basement because it was secret and because the echo gave them a nice dirty sound: Howlin’ Wolf and Little Walker, slapping like a bad dream around the chilly room. And then one night, Jake brought in a gleaming E string he said came from Elmore James’ guitar. He held it tight and as it glowed in the bulb light, Jake sliced Elwood’s middle finger and then his own. Now the solo boys with soul in their blood were brothers. Jake and Elwood Blues … the Blues Brothers.

    The official Blues Brothers YouTube channel is here to continue the mission. Come here for everything Blues Brothers, from our classic albums to upcoming events and profiles of BB accomplices.

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  • The Blues Brothers - Theme from Rawhide

    2:40

    The Blues Brothers - Theme from Rawhide (Official Audio)
    From 'The Blues Brothers: Original Soundtrack Recording' (1980)
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    The Blues Brothers - Made In America

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    Jake had a vision. It was his, the only real one he'd ever had, and he clung to it. It had always been the blues. Even back in the Rock Island City orphanage (that sweaty kid factory) Jake and Elwood were saved by the music. Actually, saved by a gray-haired janitor everybody called Curtis. He wore sinister midnight shades, a narrow black tie and a porkpie hat that he kept pushed back on his head. Curtis wrapped his waxy brown hands around his guitar neck and played the most dangerous blues this side of Robert Johnson. The nuns scorched the brothers’ days with holy threats and Curtis rescued them by night. Down in the coolness of his basement he taught them the blues and set in motion their mission: to live the healing message of music.

    Silent Elwood never did put more than two sentences together, but all those lost words burned from his Special 20 blues harp. And Joliet tore that voice from some hidden darkness, twisting his chubby body, snarling at the heavens, a born sinner. They used the basement because it was secret and because the echo gave them a nice dirty sound: Howlin’ Wolf and Little Walker, slapping like a bad dream around the chilly room. And then one night, Jake brought in a gleaming E string he said came from Elmore James’ guitar. He held it tight and as it glowed in the bulb light, Jake sliced Elwood’s middle finger and then his own. Now the solo boys with soul in their blood were brothers. Jake and Elwood Blues … the Blues Brothers.

    The official Blues Brothers YouTube channel is here to continue the mission. Come here for everything Blues Brothers, from our classic albums to upcoming events and profiles of BB accomplices.

  • Blues Brothers - Minnie the Moocher

    2:54

    'Minnie the Moocher' from the film Blues Brothers. I do NOT own the video. I highly recommend you watch both the Blues Brothers films. Links to other Blues Brothers songs:

    Jailhouse Rock

    Sweet Home Chicago

    Everybody Needs Somebody

  • The Blues Brothers - Full Concert - 12/31/78 - Winterland

    49:36

    The Blues Brothers - Full Concert
    Recorded Live: 12/31/1978 - Winterland (San Francisco, CA)

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    Setlist:
    0:00:00 - Can't Turn You Loose (Intro)
    0:01:49 - Hey Bartender
    0:04:44 - Messin' With The Kid
    0:08:06 - (I Got Everything I Need) Almost
    0:11:27 - Rubber Biscuit
    0:14:55 - Shotgun Blues
    0:20:40 - Groove Me
    0:24:26 - I Don't Know
    0:29:57 - Soul Man
    0:33:04 - B Movie Box Car Blues
    0:38:44 - Flip, Flop & Fly
    0:42:41 - Jailhouse Rock

    Personnel:
    Joliet Jake Blues (John Belushi) - vocals
    Elwood Blues (Dan Akroyd) - harmonica, vocals
    Steve Cropper - guitar
    Matt Murphy - guitar
    Donald Dunn - bass
    Tom Malone - trombone, trumpet, saxophone
    Lou Marini - saxophone
    Tom Scott - saxophone
    Alan Rubin - trumpet
    Paul Shaffer - keyboards
    Murphy Dunne - piano
    Steve Jordan - drums
    Willie Hall - drums

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  • The Blues Brothers - Minnie the Moocher

    3:24

    The Blues Brothers - Minnie the Moocher (Official Audio)
    From 'The Blues Brothers: Original Soundtrack Recording' (1980)
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    The Blues Brothers - Made In America

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    Jake had a vision. It was his, the only real one he'd ever had, and he clung to it. It had always been the blues. Even back in the Rock Island City orphanage (that sweaty kid factory) Jake and Elwood were saved by the music. Actually, saved by a gray-haired janitor everybody called Curtis. He wore sinister midnight shades, a narrow black tie and a porkpie hat that he kept pushed back on his head. Curtis wrapped his waxy brown hands around his guitar neck and played the most dangerous blues this side of Robert Johnson. The nuns scorched the brothers’ days with holy threats and Curtis rescued them by night. Down in the coolness of his basement he taught them the blues and set in motion their mission: to live the healing message of music.

    Silent Elwood never did put more than two sentences together, but all those lost words burned from his Special 20 blues harp. And Joliet tore that voice from some hidden darkness, twisting his chubby body, snarling at the heavens, a born sinner. They used the basement because it was secret and because the echo gave them a nice dirty sound: Howlin’ Wolf and Little Walker, slapping like a bad dream around the chilly room. And then one night, Jake brought in a gleaming E string he said came from Elmore James’ guitar. He held it tight and as it glowed in the bulb light, Jake sliced Elwood’s middle finger and then his own. Now the solo boys with soul in their blood were brothers. Jake and Elwood Blues … the Blues Brothers.

    The official Blues Brothers YouTube channel is here to continue the mission. Come here for everything Blues Brothers, from our classic albums to upcoming events and profiles of BB accomplices.

  • The Blues Brothers - Jailhouse Rock

    3:21

    The Blues Brothers - Jailhouse Rock (Official Audio)
    From 'The Blues Brothers: Original Soundtrack Recording' (1980)
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    The Blues Brothers - A Briefcase Full Of Blues
    The Blues Brothers: Original Soundtrack Recording
    The Blues Brothers - Made In America

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    Jake had a vision. It was his, the only real one he'd ever had, and he clung to it. It had always been the blues. Even back in the Rock Island City orphanage (that sweaty kid factory) Jake and Elwood were saved by the music. Actually, saved by a gray-haired janitor everybody called Curtis. He wore sinister midnight shades, a narrow black tie and a porkpie hat that he kept pushed back on his head. Curtis wrapped his waxy brown hands around his guitar neck and played the most dangerous blues this side of Robert Johnson. The nuns scorched the brothers’ days with holy threats and Curtis rescued them by night. Down in the coolness of his basement he taught them the blues and set in motion their mission: to live the healing message of music.

    Silent Elwood never did put more than two sentences together, but all those lost words burned from his Special 20 blues harp. And Joliet tore that voice from some hidden darkness, twisting his chubby body, snarling at the heavens, a born sinner. They used the basement because it was secret and because the echo gave them a nice dirty sound: Howlin’ Wolf and Little Walker, slapping like a bad dream around the chilly room. And then one night, Jake brought in a gleaming E string he said came from Elmore James’ guitar. He held it tight and as it glowed in the bulb light, Jake sliced Elwood’s middle finger and then his own. Now the solo boys with soul in their blood were brothers. Jake and Elwood Blues … the Blues Brothers.

    The official Blues Brothers YouTube channel is here to continue the mission. Come here for everything Blues Brothers, from our classic albums to upcoming events and profiles of BB accomplices.

  • The Blues Brothers - Peter Gunn Theme

    3:49

    The Blues Brothers - Peter Gunn Theme (Official Audio)
    From 'The Blues Brothers: Original Soundtrack Recording' (1980)
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    The Blues Brothers: Original Soundtrack Recording
    The Blues Brothers - Made In America

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    Jake had a vision. It was his, the only real one he'd ever had, and he clung to it. It had always been the blues. Even back in the Rock Island City orphanage (that sweaty kid factory) Jake and Elwood were saved by the music. Actually, saved by a gray-haired janitor everybody called Curtis. He wore sinister midnight shades, a narrow black tie and a porkpie hat that he kept pushed back on his head. Curtis wrapped his waxy brown hands around his guitar neck and played the most dangerous blues this side of Robert Johnson. The nuns scorched the brothers’ days with holy threats and Curtis rescued them by night. Down in the coolness of his basement he taught them the blues and set in motion their mission: to live the healing message of music.

    Silent Elwood never did put more than two sentences together, but all those lost words burned from his Special 20 blues harp. And Joliet tore that voice from some hidden darkness, twisting his chubby body, snarling at the heavens, a born sinner. They used the basement because it was secret and because the echo gave them a nice dirty sound: Howlin’ Wolf and Little Walker, slapping like a bad dream around the chilly room. And then one night, Jake brought in a gleaming E string he said came from Elmore James’ guitar. He held it tight and as it glowed in the bulb light, Jake sliced Elwood’s middle finger and then his own. Now the solo boys with soul in their blood were brothers. Jake and Elwood Blues … the Blues Brothers.

    The official Blues Brothers YouTube channel is here to continue the mission. Come here for everything Blues Brothers, from our classic albums to upcoming events and profiles of BB accomplices.

  • New Orleans - The Blues Brothers & The Louisiana Gator Boys

    3:56

    La película Blues Brothers 2000, de 1998, es una secuela de la película de 1980: The Blues Brothers, donde aparecen un gran número de grandes de la música, como Junior Wells, Lonnie Brooks, Blues Traveler, Jonny Lang, Eddie Floyd, Wilson Pickett, Aretha Franklin, Sam Moore, James Brown, Paul Shaffer, Erykah Badu; y ni hablar de este inolvidable tema final: New Orleans, interpretado por The Blues Brothers y The Lousiana Gator Boys, cuyos integrantes son: B. B. King, Jeff Skunk Baxter, Gary U.S. Bonds, Eric Clapton, Clarence Clemons, Jack DeJohnette, Bo Diddley, Jon Faddis, Isaac Hayes, Dr. John, Tommy Pipes McDonnell, Charlie Musselwhite, Billy Preston, Lou Rawls, Joshua Redman, Paul Shaffer, Koko Taylor, Travis Tritt, Jimmie Vaughan, Grover Washington Jr., Willie Weeks, Steve Winwood...
    En fin, un clásico...

  • Blues Brothers, Sweet Home Chicago Movie Scene

    2:29

    The Blues Brothers
    Sweet Home Chicago

  • Blues Brothers 2000 - Ghost rider in the sky

    3:38

  • The Blues Brothers - Come On Up - Live & Unreleased, 1980

    3:36

    Recorded 8/1/80 at the Universal Amphitheater - Not only was this the last night of the Blues Brothers 22 show summer tour, this is the LAST concert John played with the band before his untimely death. This is taken from an audience taped bootleg so this is the best quality there is available. This is the ONLY time the band performed the cover of the Rascals hit, Come On Up.

    On stage that evening: John Jake Belushi, Dan Elwood Akyroyd, Steve The Colonel Cropper, Donald Duck Dunn, Matt Guitar Murphy, Paul The Shiv Shaffer, Steve Getdwa Jordan, Tom Bones Malone, Alan Mr. Fabulous Rubin, Tom Triple Scale Scott, Blue Lou Marini and Murphy Dunne.

    Ladies and gentlemen, these ARE The Blues Brothers....

  • Minnie The Moocher - The Blues Brothers

    3:26

  • The Blues Brothers - She Caught the Katy

    4:13

    The Blues Brothers - She Caught the Katy (Official Audio)
    From 'The Blues Brothers: Original Soundtrack Recording' (1980)
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    The Blues Brothers - Made In America

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    Jake had a vision. It was his, the only real one he'd ever had, and he clung to it. It had always been the blues. Even back in the Rock Island City orphanage (that sweaty kid factory) Jake and Elwood were saved by the music. Actually, saved by a gray-haired janitor everybody called Curtis. He wore sinister midnight shades, a narrow black tie and a porkpie hat that he kept pushed back on his head. Curtis wrapped his waxy brown hands around his guitar neck and played the most dangerous blues this side of Robert Johnson. The nuns scorched the brothers’ days with holy threats and Curtis rescued them by night. Down in the coolness of his basement he taught them the blues and set in motion their mission: to live the healing message of music.

    Silent Elwood never did put more than two sentences together, but all those lost words burned from his Special 20 blues harp. And Joliet tore that voice from some hidden darkness, twisting his chubby body, snarling at the heavens, a born sinner. They used the basement because it was secret and because the echo gave them a nice dirty sound: Howlin’ Wolf and Little Walker, slapping like a bad dream around the chilly room. And then one night, Jake brought in a gleaming E string he said came from Elmore James’ guitar. He held it tight and as it glowed in the bulb light, Jake sliced Elwood’s middle finger and then his own. Now the solo boys with soul in their blood were brothers. Jake and Elwood Blues … the Blues Brothers.

    The official Blues Brothers YouTube channel is here to continue the mission. Come here for everything Blues Brothers, from our classic albums to upcoming events and profiles of BB accomplices.

  • The Blues Brothers - The Old Landmark

    2:59

    The Blues Brothers - The Old Landmark (feat. James Brown with Rev. James Cleveland Choir) (Official Audio)
    From 'The Blues Brothers: Original Soundtrack Recording' (1980)
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    The Blues Brothers - Made In America

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    Jake had a vision. It was his, the only real one he'd ever had, and he clung to it. It had always been the blues. Even back in the Rock Island City orphanage (that sweaty kid factory) Jake and Elwood were saved by the music. Actually, saved by a gray-haired janitor everybody called Curtis. He wore sinister midnight shades, a narrow black tie and a porkpie hat that he kept pushed back on his head. Curtis wrapped his waxy brown hands around his guitar neck and played the most dangerous blues this side of Robert Johnson. The nuns scorched the brothers’ days with holy threats and Curtis rescued them by night. Down in the coolness of his basement he taught them the blues and set in motion their mission: to live the healing message of music.

    Silent Elwood never did put more than two sentences together, but all those lost words burned from his Special 20 blues harp. And Joliet tore that voice from some hidden darkness, twisting his chubby body, snarling at the heavens, a born sinner. They used the basement because it was secret and because the echo gave them a nice dirty sound: Howlin’ Wolf and Little Walker, slapping like a bad dream around the chilly room. And then one night, Jake brought in a gleaming E string he said came from Elmore James’ guitar. He held it tight and as it glowed in the bulb light, Jake sliced Elwood’s middle finger and then his own. Now the solo boys with soul in their blood were brothers. Jake and Elwood Blues … the Blues Brothers.

    The official Blues Brothers YouTube channel is here to continue the mission. Come here for everything Blues Brothers, from our classic albums to upcoming events and profiles of BB accomplices.

  • James Brown- blues brothers

    4:22

    this is a very good song of the best soul singer jejej y bueno q keres nose ingles

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  • Blues Brothers - Everybody Needs Somebody

    3:24

    Were so glad to see so many of you lovely people here tonight, and we would especially like to welcome all the representatives of illinois law enforcement community who have chosen to join us
    In the palace hotel ballroom at this time. we do sincerely hope youll all enjoy the show, and please remember people, that no matter who you are, and what you do to live, thrive and survive, th
    Re still some things that make us all the same. you, me them, everybody, everybody.

    Everybody needs somebody
    Everybody needs somebody to love (someone to love)
    Sweetheart to miss (sweetheart to miss)
    Sugar to kiss (sugar to kiss)
    I need you you you
    I need you you you
    I need you you you in the morning
    I need you you you when my souls on fire

    Sometimes I feel
    I feel a little sad inside
    When my baby mistreats me
    I never never never have a place to hide
    I need you

    Sometimes I feel
    I feel a little sad inside
    When my baby mistreats me
    I never never never have a place to hide
    I need you you you
    I need you you you
    I need you you you
    I need you you you
    I need you

    You know people when you do find that somebody
    Hold that woman, hold that man
    Love him, hold him, squeeze her, please her, hold her
    Squeeze and please that person, give em all your love
    Signify your feelings with every gentle caress
    Because its so important to have that special somebody
    To hold, kiss, miss, squeeze and please

    Everybody needs somebody
    Everybody needs somebody to love
    Someone to love
    Sweetheart to miss
    Sugar to kiss
    I need you you you
    I need you you you
    I need you you you...

  • The Blues Brothers - Funky Nassau - YouTube.flv Bahamas experience

    4:03

    In addition to recognized soul and R&B stars James Brown, Cab Calloway, Ray Charles, and Aretha Franklin, the members of The Blues Brothers band are notable for their musical accomplishments as well. Steve Cropper and Donald Dunn are architects of the Stax Records sound and were half of Booker T. & the M.G.'s - it is Cropper's guitar heard at the start of the Sam & Dave song Soul Man. Horn players Lou Marini, Tom Malone, and Alan Rubin had all played in Blood, Sweat & Tears and the Saturday Night Live band. Drummer Willie Hall had played in The Bar-Kays and backed Isaac Hayes. Matt Murphy is a veteran blues guitarist. Blues performers were featured in the cast as well, with John Lee Hooker backed by harmonica player Big Walter Horton and pianist Pinetop Perkins, playing Boom Boom on Maxwell Street.
    As the band developed at Saturday Night Live, pianist Paul Shaffer was part of the act and was cast in the film. However, due to contractual obligations with SNL, he was unable to participate. So actor-musician Murphy Dunne (whose father, George Dunne, was the Cook County Board President) was hired to take his role.[4] Shaffer later did appear in Blues Brothers 2000

    FUNKY NASSAU debuted on the Billboard 100 chart #94, Peaked #15, and stayed on for 14 Weeks They released an album entitled Funky Nassau in 1971 on Alston Records (a subsidiary of Atlantic Records), and the track Funky Nassau - Part I became a hit single in the U.S., peaking at #15 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, and #7 on the Billboard Black Singles chart. The same track reached #31 in the UK Singles Chart in March 1974.


    The Beginning of the End was a group from The Bahamas that consisted of three brothers, Raphael, Leroy & Frank Munnings and a fourth member on bass Fred Henfield. Their only hit Funky Nassau on Billboard's Hot 100 was a lyrical ode to their home city. From its junkanoo beat to its island brass parts mixed with American funk, its description of mini-skirts, maxi-skirts and Afro hairdos,the song extolled the virtues of the group's Bahamian base.
    A surprise hit, it reached the top 15 on both the pop and R&B charts. It was a success for Henry Stone during his days at Atlantic Records, and the money he earned helped him start up TK Records in Miami shortly thereafter.
    Funky Nassau 40th. Anniversary Celebrated in Nassau Bahamas October 2011 at a concert for the victims of hurricane Irene hosted by GEMS FM. Raphael Munnings of the musical group Beginning of the End introduces Raphael Munnings II first time on stage together a Historic Event. Much thanks to group Visage for their help and support. A U-Star Video Production. Videographer: Wendy Munnings Editor: Raphael Munnings Contact us email: funkynassau87@hotmail.com
    rphlmunn@gmail.com

    This clip puts the icing on the cake along with a live performance by Carlos Santana and once again putt the BAHAMAS on the MUSICAL MAP.
    Blues Brothers 2000
    Main article: Blues Brothers 2000
    With Landis again directing, the sequel to The Blues Brothers was made in 1998. It fared considerably worse than its predecessor with fans and critics, though it is more ambitious in terms of musical performances by the band and has a more extensive roster of guest artists than the first film. The story picks up 18 years later with Elwood being released from prison, and learning that his brother, Jake Blues, has died. He is once again prevailed upon to save some orphans, and with a 10-year-old boy named Buster Blues (J. Evan Bonifant) in tow, Elwood again sets about the task of reuniting his band. He recruits some new singers, Mighty Mack (John Goodman) and Cab (Joe Morton), a policeman who was Curtis' son. All the original band members are found, as well as some performers from the first film, including Aretha Franklin and James Brown. There are dozens of other guest performers, including Eric Clapton, Steve Winwood, Junior Wells, Lonnie Brooks, Eddie Floyd, Wilson Pickett, Isaac Hayes, Sam Moore, Taj Mahal and Jonny Lang, Blues Traveler, as well as an all-star supergroup led by B. B. King called the Louisiana Gator Boys. On the run from the police, Russian mafia and a racist militia, the band eventually ends up in Louisiana, where they enter a battle of the bands overseen by a voodoo practitioner named Queen Moussette (Erykah Badu). During a song by the Blues Brothers (a Caribbean number called Funky Nassau), a character played by Paul Shaffer asks to cut in on keyboards, which Murph allows. This marks the first time in a film that the Blues Brothers play with their original keyboardist.
    Please contacr Raphael Munnings Email: funkynassau87@hotmail.com

  • The Blues Brothers - She caught the katy

    4:22

    Blues Brothers
    House of Blues, Atlanta, GA, 1996
    Elwood Blues-Harmonica and Vocals
    Zee Blues - Vocals
    Mighty Mack Blues - Vocals
    Steve Cropper-Guitar
    Donald Duck Dunn-Bass
    Leon Pendarvis-Keyboards
    Steve Potts-Drums
    Matt Murphy-Guitar
    Lou Marini-Sax
    Alan Rubin-Trumpet
    Birch Johnson-Trombone

  • The Return of The Blues Brothers: Hard To Handle - 1995

    3:23

    From The Return of The Blues Brothers - recorded at the House of Blues in Los Angeles on 1/24/95. Hard to Handle features Elwood (Dan Aykroyd), Brother Zee (Jim Belushi) - Look for other clips with Mighty Mack Blues (John Goodman), Sam Moore, Steve The Colonel Cropper, the Sacred Hearts Band and more!

  • The Blues Brothers Jailhouse rock

    3:50

  • The Blues Brothers Sweet home Chicago

    3:42

  • The Blues Brothers You Better Think - Arertha Franklin

    3:03

  • The Blues Brothers

    3:15

    The Blues Brothers (1980) OST - 08 Think (feat. Aretha Franklin)

  • Cab Calloway - Minnie The Moocher .mp4

    5:11

    The late, great Cab Calloway at his finest, supported by the Blues Brothers Show Band, featuring on trumpet the now-late, great Mr. Fabulous, Alan Rubin.

  • The Blues Brothers - Flip, Flop & Fly

    3:39

    The Blues Brothers - Flip, Flop & Fly (Live Version) (Official Audio)
    From 'Briefcase Full Of Blues' (1978)
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    The Blues Brothers - Made In America

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    Jake had a vision. It was his, the only real one he'd ever had, and he clung to it. It had always been the blues. Even back in the Rock Island City orphanage (that sweaty kid factory) Jake and Elwood were saved by the music. Actually, saved by a gray-haired janitor everybody called Curtis. He wore sinister midnight shades, a narrow black tie and a porkpie hat that he kept pushed back on his head. Curtis wrapped his waxy brown hands around his guitar neck and played the most dangerous blues this side of Robert Johnson. The nuns scorched the brothers’ days with holy threats and Curtis rescued them by night. Down in the coolness of his basement he taught them the blues and set in motion their mission: to live the healing message of music.

    Silent Elwood never did put more than two sentences together, but all those lost words burned from his Special 20 blues harp. And Joliet tore that voice from some hidden darkness, twisting his chubby body, snarling at the heavens, a born sinner. They used the basement because it was secret and because the echo gave them a nice dirty sound: Howlin’ Wolf and Little Walker, slapping like a bad dream around the chilly room. And then one night, Jake brought in a gleaming E string he said came from Elmore James’ guitar. He held it tight and as it glowed in the bulb light, Jake sliced Elwood’s middle finger and then his own. Now the solo boys with soul in their blood were brothers. Jake and Elwood Blues … the Blues Brothers.

    The official Blues Brothers YouTube channel is here to continue the mission. Come here for everything Blues Brothers, from our classic albums to upcoming events and profiles of BB accomplices.

  • The Blues Brothers & Aretha Franklin - Think

    3:16

    The Blues Brothers & Aretha Franklin - Think (Official Audio)
    From 'The Blues Brothers: Original Soundtrack Recording' (1980)
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    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Jake had a vision. It was his, the only real one he'd ever had, and he clung to it. It had always been the blues. Even back in the Rock Island City orphanage (that sweaty kid factory) Jake and Elwood were saved by the music. Actually, saved by a gray-haired janitor everybody called Curtis. He wore sinister midnight shades, a narrow black tie and a porkpie hat that he kept pushed back on his head. Curtis wrapped his waxy brown hands around his guitar neck and played the most dangerous blues this side of Robert Johnson. The nuns scorched the brothers’ days with holy threats and Curtis rescued them by night. Down in the coolness of his basement he taught them the blues and set in motion their mission: to live the healing message of music.

    Silent Elwood never did put more than two sentences together, but all those lost words burned from his Special 20 blues harp. And Joliet tore that voice from some hidden darkness, twisting his chubby body, snarling at the heavens, a born sinner. They used the basement because it was secret and because the echo gave them a nice dirty sound: Howlin’ Wolf and Little Walker, slapping like a bad dream around the chilly room. And then one night, Jake brought in a gleaming E string he said came from Elmore James’ guitar. He held it tight and as it glowed in the bulb light, Jake sliced Elwood’s middle finger and then his own. Now the solo boys with soul in their blood were brothers. Jake and Elwood Blues … the Blues Brothers.

    The official Blues Brothers YouTube channel is here to continue the mission. Come here for everything Blues Brothers, from our classic albums to upcoming events and profiles of BB accomplices.

  • Sweet Home Chicago-The Blues Brothers-Soundtrack

    3:30

  • The Blues Brothers - Everybody Needs Somebody To Love

    3:28

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    cenas do filme: Os Irmãos Cara de Pau, clássico de 1980, com John Belushi, Dan Aykroyd, James Brown.

  • Sweet home Chicago / Everybody needs somebody to love - The Blues Brothers

    5:47

    The Blues Brothers aka Joliet Jake Blues and Elwood Blues from the Windy City Chicago, Illinois, rocking the stage with Sweet home Chicago by Robert Johnson and Everybody needs somebody to love by Somolon Burke at Universal Studios, Universal City, California, USA on April 8, 2013.

    The original Blues Brothers band as seen in the 1980 movie directed by John Landis included:


    John Belushi as Joliet Jake Blues, lead vocals
    Dan Aykroyd as Elwood Blues, harmonica and lead vocals
    Steve Cropper as Steve the Colonel Cropper, lead guitar, rhythm guitar and vocals
    Donald Duck Dunn as Donald Duck Dunn, bass guitar
    Murphy Dunne as Murphy Murph Dunne, keyboards
    Willie Hall as Willie Too Big Hall, drums and percussion
    Tom Malone as Tom Bones Malone, trombone, tenor saxophone and vocals
    Lou Marini as Blue Lou Marini, alto saxophone and tenor saxophone and vocals
    Matt Murphy as Matt Guitar Murphy, lead guitar
    Alan Rubin as Alan Mr. Fabulous Rubin, trumpet, percussion and vocals

    ***

    Performing on stage and in the studio as the Blues Brothers:

    Joliet Jake E. Blues -- lead vocals
    Elwood J. Blues -- harmonica, backing vocals
    Steve The Colonel Cropper -- lead and rhythm guitar (formerly with Booker T & the M.G.'s)
    Donald Duck Dunn -- bass guitar (formerly with Booker T & the M.G.'s)
    Murphy Dunne -- keyboards (toured with the band in the summer of 1980)
    Willie Too Big Hall -- drums, percussion (formerly of the Bar-Kays, Isaac Hayes' band)
    Tom Bones Malone -- trombone, trumpet, saxophone (Saturday Night Live Band)
    Blue Lou Marini -- saxophone (Saturday Night Live Band)
    Matt Guitar Murphy -- lead and rhythm guitar (Howlin' Wolf, other artists)
    Alan Mr. Fabulous Rubin -- trumpet (Saturday Night Live Band)
    Steve Getdwa Jordan -- drums, percussion (Saturdaynight Live Band Band) (does not appear in movie)
    Birch Crimson Slide Johnson -- trombone (does not appear in movie)
    Paul The Shiv Shaffer -- keyboards, arranger (does not appear in first movie, but appeared in the 1998 sequel in a cameo appearance)
    Tom Triple Scale Scott -- saxophone (L.A. Express) (does not appear in movie)

  • The Blues Brothers Band Live at Pistoia Blues 1988

    1:5:44

    Blues Brothers Band Reunion, Booker T. & The MG's, Sam Moore, Rufus Thomas, Larry Thurston

  • The Blues Brothers - Gimme Some Lovin

    3:07

    The Blues Brothers - Gimme Some Lovin' (Official Audio)
    From 'The Blues Brothers: Original Soundtrack Recording' (1980)
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    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Jake had a vision. It was his, the only real one he'd ever had, and he clung to it. It had always been the blues. Even back in the Rock Island City orphanage (that sweaty kid factory) Jake and Elwood were saved by the music. Actually, saved by a gray-haired janitor everybody called Curtis. He wore sinister midnight shades, a narrow black tie and a porkpie hat that he kept pushed back on his head. Curtis wrapped his waxy brown hands around his guitar neck and played the most dangerous blues this side of Robert Johnson. The nuns scorched the brothers’ days with holy threats and Curtis rescued them by night. Down in the coolness of his basement he taught them the blues and set in motion their mission: to live the healing message of music.

    Silent Elwood never did put more than two sentences together, but all those lost words burned from his Special 20 blues harp. And Joliet tore that voice from some hidden darkness, twisting his chubby body, snarling at the heavens, a born sinner. They used the basement because it was secret and because the echo gave them a nice dirty sound: Howlin’ Wolf and Little Walker, slapping like a bad dream around the chilly room. And then one night, Jake brought in a gleaming E string he said came from Elmore James’ guitar. He held it tight and as it glowed in the bulb light, Jake sliced Elwood’s middle finger and then his own. Now the solo boys with soul in their blood were brothers. Jake and Elwood Blues … the Blues Brothers.

    The official Blues Brothers YouTube channel is here to continue the mission. Come here for everything Blues Brothers, from our classic albums to upcoming events and profiles of BB accomplices.

  • The Blues Brothers - Guilty

    2:57

    The Blues Brothers - Guilty (Official Audio)
    From 'Made In America' (1980)
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    The Blues Brothers - Made In America

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

    Jake had a vision. It was his, the only real one he'd ever had, and he clung to it. It had always been the blues. Even back in the Rock Island City orphanage (that sweaty kid factory) Jake and Elwood were saved by the music. Actually, saved by a gray-haired janitor everybody called Curtis. He wore sinister midnight shades, a narrow black tie and a porkpie hat that he kept pushed back on his head. Curtis wrapped his waxy brown hands around his guitar neck and played the most dangerous blues this side of Robert Johnson. The nuns scorched the brothers’ days with holy threats and Curtis rescued them by night. Down in the coolness of his basement he taught them the blues and set in motion their mission: to live the healing message of music.

    Silent Elwood never did put more than two sentences together, but all those lost words burned from his Special 20 blues harp. And Joliet tore that voice from some hidden darkness, twisting his chubby body, snarling at the heavens, a born sinner. They used the basement because it was secret and because the echo gave them a nice dirty sound: Howlin’ Wolf and Little Walker, slapping like a bad dream around the chilly room. And then one night, Jake brought in a gleaming E string he said came from Elmore James’ guitar. He held it tight and as it glowed in the bulb light, Jake sliced Elwood’s middle finger and then his own. Now the solo boys with soul in their blood were brothers. Jake and Elwood Blues … the Blues Brothers.

    The official Blues Brothers YouTube channel is here to continue the mission. Come here for everything Blues Brothers, from our classic albums to upcoming events and profiles of BB accomplices.

  • Think - Aretha Franklin

    3:32

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  • The Blues Brothers - I Aint Got You

    2:45

    The Blues Brothers - I Ain't Got You (Official Audio)
    From 'Made In America' (1980)
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    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Jake had a vision. It was his, the only real one he'd ever had, and he clung to it. It had always been the blues. Even back in the Rock Island City orphanage (that sweaty kid factory) Jake and Elwood were saved by the music. Actually, saved by a gray-haired janitor everybody called Curtis. He wore sinister midnight shades, a narrow black tie and a porkpie hat that he kept pushed back on his head. Curtis wrapped his waxy brown hands around his guitar neck and played the most dangerous blues this side of Robert Johnson. The nuns scorched the brothers’ days with holy threats and Curtis rescued them by night. Down in the coolness of his basement he taught them the blues and set in motion their mission: to live the healing message of music.

    Silent Elwood never did put more than two sentences together, but all those lost words burned from his Special 20 blues harp. And Joliet tore that voice from some hidden darkness, twisting his chubby body, snarling at the heavens, a born sinner. They used the basement because it was secret and because the echo gave them a nice dirty sound: Howlin’ Wolf and Little Walker, slapping like a bad dream around the chilly room. And then one night, Jake brought in a gleaming E string he said came from Elmore James’ guitar. He held it tight and as it glowed in the bulb light, Jake sliced Elwood’s middle finger and then his own. Now the solo boys with soul in their blood were brothers. Jake and Elwood Blues … the Blues Brothers.

    The official Blues Brothers YouTube channel is here to continue the mission. Come here for everything Blues Brothers, from our classic albums to upcoming events and profiles of BB accomplices.

  • Blues Brothers - Hey Bartender

    3:03

    Hey Bartender by The Blues Brothers From The Album Briefcase Full of Blues

  • The Blues Brothers ~~ Everybody needs somebody to love.

    3:20

    The Blues Brothers est le nom d'un groupe de blues composé des comédiens Dan Aykroyd et John Belushi et de quelques-uns des plus grands musiciens de la musique soul. C'est également le titre d'un film sorti en 1980, racontant l'histoire fictive de ce groupe.


    John Belushi (alias le chanteur Jake Blues) et Dan Aykroyd (alias le joueur d'harmonica Elwood Blues)1, tous les deux membres de l'équipe originale de l'émission de télévision Saturday Night Live (SNL) de la chaîne NBC, créent The Blues Brothers et leurs identités alternatives au début de 1976 pour chauffer le public du SNL.

    Les Blues Brothers font leur première apparition live dans SNL, avec Belushi et Aykroyd portant leurs costumes d'abeilles, qu'ils portaient normalement pour le sketch « Killer Bees », jouant « I'm a King Bee » de Slim Harpo. Dans les semaines suivant cette apparition, The Blues Brothers deviennent un ajout populaire au show et commencent à apparaître de façon semi-régulière. L'aspect humoristique repose en partie sur l'image de deux hommes habillés de costumes noirs ayant l'air de tueurs à gages mafieux, qui soudain explosent en chansons et danses énergiques.

    Jake et Elwood sont appuyés par des gens de qualité, comme le guitariste Steve Cropper et le bassiste Donald « Duck » Dunn, tous deux issus du groupe Booker T. & the M.G.'s, ainsi que Matt « Guitar » Murphy.

    Les Blues Brothers enregistrent leur premier album, Briefcase Full of Blues, en 1978 lors de la première partie du comédien Steve Martin à Los Angeles. L'album devient disque de platine, incluant les titres « Soul Man » et « Rubber Biscuit » qui figurent tous les deux dans le Top 40.

    En 1980, le film The Blues Brothers, réalisé par John Landis, sort sur les écrans de cinéma, avec les apparitions d'Aretha Franklin, James Brown, Cab Calloway, Ray Charles, John Lee Hooker, Carrie Fisher, Frank Oz, Steven Spielberg, John Candy, Joe Walsh, Pinetop Perkins, Chaka Khan et Paul Reubens. Il se déroule à Chicago.

    Les Blues Brothers partent également en tournée la même année pour promouvoir le film. Jake et Elwood sortent leur troisième album, Made in America, contenant le titre « Who's Making Love » qui figure dans le Top 40.

    Le 5 mars 1982, Belushi, devenu cocaïnomane, meurt à Hollywood d'une overdose de speedball.

    En 1988, Cropper, Dunn, Murphy et d'autres reforment le groupe pour une tournée mondiale. The Blues Brothers sortent un nouvel album en 1992 intitulé Red White and Blues, avec comme invité Elwood Blues. Aykroyd lance sa franchise House of Blues, une chaîne internationale de clubs de blues. Sous l'identité d'Elwood, il anime la « House of Blues Radio Hour ».

    Un deuxième film a vu le jour en 1998, Blues Brothers 2000, avec John Goodman pour accompagner Aykroyd en tant que deuxième frère Blues.

    Le groupe tourne toujours, ils sont passés en France à Bonneville (74) le 20 juillet 2013, le concert a été diffusé en live sur Arte Live Web.

  • The Blues Brothers - Whos Making Love

    3:33

    The Blues Brothers - Who's Making Love (Official Audio)
    From 'Made In America' (1980)
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    The Blues Brothers - Made In America

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

    Jake had a vision. It was his, the only real one he'd ever had, and he clung to it. It had always been the blues. Even back in the Rock Island City orphanage (that sweaty kid factory) Jake and Elwood were saved by the music. Actually, saved by a gray-haired janitor everybody called Curtis. He wore sinister midnight shades, a narrow black tie and a porkpie hat that he kept pushed back on his head. Curtis wrapped his waxy brown hands around his guitar neck and played the most dangerous blues this side of Robert Johnson. The nuns scorched the brothers’ days with holy threats and Curtis rescued them by night. Down in the coolness of his basement he taught them the blues and set in motion their mission: to live the healing message of music.

    Silent Elwood never did put more than two sentences together, but all those lost words burned from his Special 20 blues harp. And Joliet tore that voice from some hidden darkness, twisting his chubby body, snarling at the heavens, a born sinner. They used the basement because it was secret and because the echo gave them a nice dirty sound: Howlin’ Wolf and Little Walker, slapping like a bad dream around the chilly room. And then one night, Jake brought in a gleaming E string he said came from Elmore James’ guitar. He held it tight and as it glowed in the bulb light, Jake sliced Elwood’s middle finger and then his own. Now the solo boys with soul in their blood were brothers. Jake and Elwood Blues … the Blues Brothers.

    The official Blues Brothers YouTube channel is here to continue the mission. Come here for everything Blues Brothers, from our classic albums to upcoming events and profiles of BB accomplices.

  • THE BLUES BROTHERS - GIMME SOME LOVIN

    3:03

    1980

  • The Blues Brothers - Sweet Home Chicago

    7:52

    I don't need to say anything about the video, you all know what it is and who did it, but this videos little question: Can everyone stop thinking about who first produced this song, everybody knows it and besids which; you've all looked on Wikipedia to find the answer, so stop commenting the answer

  • Blues Brothers 2000 OST - 08 Respect

    3:01

    Blues Brothers 2000 OST - 08 Respect (Aretha Franklin and the Blues Brothers)

  • The Blues Brothers - Excusez Moi Mon Cherie

    2:42

    The Blues Brothers - Excusez Moi Mon Cherie (45 Version) (Official Audio)
    From 'Soul Man / Excusez Moi Mon Cherie' (1978)
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    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Jake had a vision. It was his, the only real one he'd ever had, and he clung to it. It had always been the blues. Even back in the Rock Island City orphanage (that sweaty kid factory) Jake and Elwood were saved by the music. Actually, saved by a gray-haired janitor everybody called Curtis. He wore sinister midnight shades, a narrow black tie and a porkpie hat that he kept pushed back on his head. Curtis wrapped his waxy brown hands around his guitar neck and played the most dangerous blues this side of Robert Johnson. The nuns scorched the brothers’ days with holy threats and Curtis rescued them by night. Down in the coolness of his basement he taught them the blues and set in motion their mission: to live the healing message of music.

    Silent Elwood never did put more than two sentences together, but all those lost words burned from his Special 20 blues harp. And Joliet tore that voice from some hidden darkness, twisting his chubby body, snarling at the heavens, a born sinner. They used the basement because it was secret and because the echo gave them a nice dirty sound: Howlin’ Wolf and Little Walker, slapping like a bad dream around the chilly room. And then one night, Jake brought in a gleaming E string he said came from Elmore James’ guitar. He held it tight and as it glowed in the bulb light, Jake sliced Elwood’s middle finger and then his own. Now the solo boys with soul in their blood were brothers. Jake and Elwood Blues … the Blues Brothers.

    The official Blues Brothers YouTube channel is here to continue the mission. Come here for everything Blues Brothers, from our classic albums to upcoming events and profiles of BB accomplices.

  • Blues Brothers - I Cant Turn You Loose

    2:03

    I Can't Turn You Loose by The Blues Brothers Band This Song Is From The Movie But Wasn't Put On The Soundtrack

  • Jailhouse Rock - Bass Cover - The Blues Brothers

    3:34

    Ein Klassiker! 1957 von Elvis Presley zum Hit gemacht und 1980 im Film Blues Brothers als Abschluss zu hören!

    Viel Spaß mit meinem Cover!

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  • Original Blues Brothers Band - Peter Gunn Theme 1992

    5:08

    Original Blues Brothers Band - Peter Gunn Theme 1992

    Original by Henry Mancini 1958

    Released by The Blues Brothers 1980

  • The Blues Brothers - Green Onions

    5:48

    The Blues Brothers - Green Onions (Official Audio)
    From 'Made In America' (1980)
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    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Jake had a vision. It was his, the only real one he'd ever had, and he clung to it. It had always been the blues. Even back in the Rock Island City orphanage (that sweaty kid factory) Jake and Elwood were saved by the music. Actually, saved by a gray-haired janitor everybody called Curtis. He wore sinister midnight shades, a narrow black tie and a porkpie hat that he kept pushed back on his head. Curtis wrapped his waxy brown hands around his guitar neck and played the most dangerous blues this side of Robert Johnson. The nuns scorched the brothers’ days with holy threats and Curtis rescued them by night. Down in the coolness of his basement he taught them the blues and set in motion their mission: to live the healing message of music.

    Silent Elwood never did put more than two sentences together, but all those lost words burned from his Special 20 blues harp. And Joliet tore that voice from some hidden darkness, twisting his chubby body, snarling at the heavens, a born sinner. They used the basement because it was secret and because the echo gave them a nice dirty sound: Howlin’ Wolf and Little Walker, slapping like a bad dream around the chilly room. And then one night, Jake brought in a gleaming E string he said came from Elmore James’ guitar. He held it tight and as it glowed in the bulb light, Jake sliced Elwood’s middle finger and then his own. Now the solo boys with soul in their blood were brothers. Jake and Elwood Blues … the Blues Brothers.

    The official Blues Brothers YouTube channel is here to continue the mission. Come here for everything Blues Brothers, from our classic albums to upcoming events and profiles of BB accomplices.

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