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  1. Artist: Keb' Mo' Title: Keep It Simple Year Of Release: 2004 Label: Epic/Okeh Genre: Blues, Rock Quality: FLAC (tracks) / FLAC (tracks) 24bit/44.1kHz Total Time: 00:47:17 Total Size: 282.3 MB / 520,43 MB Tracklist: [2:52] 01. Keb' Mo' - France [4:06] 02. Keb' Mo' - Let Your Light Shine [3:04] 03. Keb' Mo' - One Friend [4:14] 04. Keb' Mo' - Shave Yo' Legs [3:25] 05. Keb' Mo' - Prosperity Blues [4:17] 06. Keb' Mo' - Closer [4:58] 07. Keb' Mo' - Keep It Simple [5:16] 08. Keb' Mo' - Riley B. King [2:41] 09. Keb' Mo' - House In California [5:23] 10. Keb' Mo' - Walk Back In [3:14] 11. Keb' Mo' - I'm Amazing [3:46] 12. Keb' Mo' - Proving You Wrong AllMusic Review by Steve Leggett Keb' Mo' is less a blues singer than a performer who works from that conceptual base, not in the way Taj Mahal does, knowingly carrying a tradition forward, half teacher and wise elder, but more as a populist, the James Taylor of blues, say, or a less recalcitrant J.J. Cale. To criticize him for not being Skip James or Robert Johnson sort of misses the point of what Keb' Mo' is shooting for, and like Bonnie Raitt discovered, bringing a modern pop-blues to a wide audience sure beats playing authentic for purists. Either path is as fake or as real as the other in a post-postmodern age where the blues creaks along as a single DNA strand in a world of rap, metal, and neo-soul. All of which makes the blues a strange career path to use to get straight out of Compton, yet that's exactly what Keb' Mo' has done, rising out of one of toughest urban landscapes in the world by covering Robert Johnson songs on his National steel guitar. So enough about whether he's a real bluesman or not, because in the end he has to put supper on the table, and he does it by crafting a warm, wry, blues-informed version of pop Americana that wrestles with contemporary problems like how to pay the mortgage, the high price of coffee, or how to afford a vacation in France. "France," the lead track on Keep It Simple, pretty much states the case with the lines "Wake up Mama/Don't you fret/I found two cheap tickets/On the Internet," which Keb' Mo' sings in a honey-tinged voice over a patented and tasteful blues shuffle. Later, in "House in California," he sings, "Better have good money/If you're looking for a house/In California," and again, he uses a shuffle to hang the news on, looking no further into the past than necessary to put the song across. Keb' Mo' is a solid guitar player, and is a master of the easy, nuanced vocal, and he makes like Denzel Washington on this album, commenting on the little problems and travails of contemporary life with a winning grin and an assured stance that you can't help but like. Is this a great album? No, just a good one, all of a piece with his earlier work, and his debut release, simply called Keb' Mo', is still probably your best bet for a first purchase. That's the album the critics like best because it stays closest to the Delta definition of the blues, and it is a good album, but Keb' Mo' didn't trade Compton for the Delta just to stay there. He's looking for a house in California and a plane ticket to France. Aren't we all? That's the blues, folks. Download links: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  2. Artist: Sam Myers & Anson Funderburgh Title: My Love Is Here To Stay Year Of Release: 1985/1990 Label: Black Top Records Genre: Electric Blues, Texas Blues Quality: FLAC (tracks) Total Time: 43:05 Total Size: 259 MB Tracklist: 1. True Love (2:17) 2. Suggestion Blues (4:24) 3. Life Problem (1:57) 4. Everything's Gonna Be Alright (3:23) 5. Hep Cats In Big Town (4:53) 6. What's Wrong, What's Wrong? (4:35) 7. My Heart Cries Out For You (3:04) 8. Poor Little Angel Child (3:51) 9. Wee Wee Hours (3:52) 10. Take Me Where You Go (2:45) 11. Tomorrow Will Find Me The Same Way (4:26) 12. My Love Is Here To Stay (3:32) This was the initial coupling between Sam and Anson that originally appeared on Black Top in 1984. As luck would have it, I was in the Dallas strip-mall studio when this was recorded. Sam and Anson were very much the odd couple of the blues. Anson, a sober, slow-talker from Plano, Texas, could usually be found chasing a little white ball across the pasture with a golf stick when he wasn't bending notes on his '54 Stratocaster. Sam, who liked nothing better than ordering a double Paul Bunyan breakfast after a gig at 4 a.m., was having rent problem in Jackson, Mississippi, and struggling to buy harmonicas. Sam sat in with Anson's group, the Rockets, whenever they played in Jackson, and they found that they fit like a glove. Sam wasn't part of the group when My Love Is Here to Stay was recorded, but that changed when the album got rave reviews. The recording session was completed quickly with very few extra takes. But while Sam and Anson seemed on the same page musically, they didn't exactly get along socially. At one point, Sam chided Anson that he needed to learn some new chords to stay in the music business. Anson in turn told Sam (who was legally blind), he better move his leg or his dog was going to piss on it! The music here speaks for itself-this is one of the best blues CDs recorded in the 1980s. Sam recycles some of his earlier material including the title track, My Heart Cries Out for You" and "Hep Cats in Big Town." There are a few well-chosen covers, but not many, as Anson and Sam came up with some clever originals. The musicianship is superb. Sam's playing is comparable to Little Walter, and Anson proves he's a master of the Stratocaster. If you missed this one the first time around, or you lost it in Katrina like me, here's you chance to own a classic. ~Jeff Hannusch Download links: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  3. Artist: Gregg A. Smith Title: Caravan Of Dreams (Live) Year Of Release: 2012/2019 Label: Music Access, Inc. Genre: Blues Quality: FLAC (tracks) Total Time: 72:15 min Total Size: 248 MB Tracklist: 01. 24 Hours A Day (Live) 02. Hurt Before You Heal (Live) 03. You Are (Live) 04. Stand By Me (Live) 05. Blues In My Blood (Live) 06. Stuck On You (Live) 07. Angel (Live) 08. Money Talks (Live) 09. Stick And Stay (Live) 10. The Lowdown (Live) 11. The Thrill Is Gone (Live) 12. Party Warrior (Live) 13. Knockin' On Heaven's Door (Live) Download links: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  4. Artist: Carl Sonny Leyland Title: A Chicago Session Year Of Release: 2008 Label: Ventrella Records Genre: Piano Blues, Boogie Woogie Quality: FLAC (tracks+cue+log+scans) | MP3 320 kbps Total Time: 42:32 Total Size: 168 MB | 103 MB Tracklist: 01. Bvd Blues (3:28) 02. Rockin' The House (4:49) 03. Struttin' With Some Bbq (3:25) 04. Teddy Bear Blues (6:03) 05. Hindustan (5:14) 06. Dirty Dozens (3:33) 07. Rockin' With Red (2:24) 08. Lazy River (3:42) 09. Careless Love (5:00) 10. Bernie's Place (4:35) "A Chicago Session" was recorded one Monday in December '07 on location at "Bernie's Place" - a scenic jazz hot spot overlooking Lake Shore Drive. At the grand piano, Carl Sonny Leyland turned this relaxed setting into an afternoon rent party, cutting a swinging small group session of classic blues, hot jazz and pure boogie woogie. Carl is accompanied by the versatile Ventrella Records session men - The Modern Sounds. This big little Trio can handle any style of today's popular music. Their repertoire includes traditonal jazz, western swing, country blues, instrumental hits and, when necessary, "rock and roll." Carl Leyland is from Southampton, England and has settled in Southern California where he fronts The Carl Sonny Leyland Trio and performs as a solo act. On the drums is Chicago's own Alex Hall, a tasteful and swingin' drummer and a talented recording engineer. Alex sets the levels and the groove for Ventrella Records. Bassist Beau Sample is from San Antonio, Texas and now makes Chicago his winter home. Beau is a modern day pundit of rhythm, a scholar of slappin' and walkin' the bass. He is the Austin, Texas talent scout, Ventrella's man with an ear to the ground. Joel Paterson hails from from Madison, Wisconsin and has lived in Chicago for many years, leading his trio and playing guitar and pedal steel with several top Windy City acts. Joel founded Ventrella Records in 2001 and has recently discovered how to release a record. Curl up to your HI-FI and push the mono button in! Download links: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  5. Artist: Big John Greer Title: I'm The Fat Man Year Of Release: 2007/2019 Label: Cherry Red Records Genre: Blues, Rhythm and Blues Quality: 320 kbps | FLAC (tracks) Total Time: 01:17:23 Total Size: 187 mb | 398 mb Tracklist: 01. Drinkin' Wine, Spo-Dee-O-Dee 02. I Ain't Got Nothin' To Lose - Big John Greer with Lucky Millinder & His Orchestra 03. Rockin' With Big John 04. Long, Tall Gal 05. If I Told You Once 06. Rocking Jenny Jones 07. Red Juice 08. I Want Ya, I Need Ya 09. Big John's A-Blowin' 10. Clambake Boogie 11. Have Another Drink And Talk To Me 12. Strong Red Whiskey 13. Got You On My Mind 14. You Played On My Piano - Big John Greer with Dolores Brown 15. Slow And Easy 16. I'm The Fat Man 17. I'll Never Let You Go 18. Confusion Blues - Big John Greer with The Du Droppers 19. Ride Pretty Baby - Big John Greer with The Du Droppers 20. Don't Worry About It - Big John Greer with The Du Droppers 21. Drinkin' Fool 22. Too Long 23. Bottle It Up And Go 24. Play Me Some Loud Music 25. Lucky, Lucky Me 26. Soon, Soon, Soon 27. Blam! - Big John Greer with The Four Students 28. Can't Stand It Any Longer 29. Come Back Maybelline 30. Night Crawlin' John Marshall Greer, born on November 21, 1923 in Hot Springs, Arkansas, is widely regarded as one of the very best tenor saxophonists to ever grace the R&B genre of music, and a pretty good singer to boot, as you will hear for yourself in this album from the Rev-Ola division of London's Cherry Red Records. It has great sound and informative, interesting liner notes. Another great collection of jump blues and R&B from Rev-Ola, this time featuring heavyweight singer and sax player Big John Greer recorded between 1949 and 1955. His earlier sides follows the pattern of the blues shouters like Roy Brown and Wynonie Harris. Over several 1949/50 sessions Greer belts out some great rockin' songs like his hot cover of Stick McGhee's Drinkin' Wine Spo-Dee-O-Dee plus Long Tall Gal/ I'm The Fat Man and others along with some storming instrumentals like Rockin' With Big John and Big John's A Blowin'. The later sessions find Big John mostly just exercising his mighty lungs with the sax chores handed over to the awesome Sam "The Man" Taylor. The sessions really start to heat up when Mickey "Guitar" Baker joins the fray in '53 and includes his wild version of the old blues standard Bottle It Up And Go, his answer to Chuck Berry Come Back Maybelline, the appropriately titled Play Me Some Loud Music, Lucky Lucky Me and others. This CD also includes his only hit, the great, much covered, blues ballad Got You On My Mind. On three tracks John is joined by the great vocal group The Du Droppers and the great instrumental Blam features sensational guitar by Baker and exclamations from The Four Students. You'd better have a fire extinguisher ready 'cos by the time this disc is finished your CD player will be smoking! Download links: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  6. Artist: Billie Holiday Title: Velvet Mood (Mono Remastered) Year Of Release: 2019 Label: Verve Reissues Genre: Vocal Jazz Quality: 24bit-192kHz FLAC (tracks) Total Time: 37:36 Total Size: 1.24 GB Tracklist: 1. Prelude To A Kiss (5:36) 2. When Your Lover Has Gone (4:59) 3. Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone (4:22) 4. Nice Work If You Can Get It (3:52) 5. I've Got A Right To Sing The Blues (5:53) 6. What's New (4:19) 7. I Hadn't Anyone Till You (4:05) 8. Everything I Have Is Yours (4:32) A velvet mood, but one with a bit of an edge - as you might expect from Billie Holiday in the 50s, hardly the stuff of a too-soft vocal date! The album's got Holiday working in wonderful small combo mode - getting some key Verve backup from players who include Sweets Edison on trumept, Benny Carter on alto sax, Barney Kessel on guitar, and Jimmy Rowles on piano - a warmly intimate group who really fit the sad-tinged vocals from Billie. Tracks are longish - maybe a bit more so than usual for a Holiday Verve session - and the set list includes beautiful renditions of "What's New", "I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues", "Prelude To A Kiss", and "When Your Lover Has Gone". Billie Holiday, vocals Benny Carter, alto saxophone Harry Edison, trumpet Jimmy Rowles, piano, celeste Barney Kessel, guitar John Simmons, bass Larry Bunker, drums Recorded on August 23, 25 1955 Produced by Norman Granz Digitally remastered FYI: We offer this album in its native sampling rate of 44.1 kHz, 24-bit. The provided 192 kHz version was up-sampled and offers no audible value! Download links: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  7. Artist: Mick Clarke Title: Hamburg Live '95 Year Of Release: 2019 Label: Rockfold Records Genre: Electric Blues, Blues Rock Quality: FLAC (tracks) | MP3 320 kbps Total Time: 40:45 Total Size: 225 MB | 96 MB Tracklist: 1. That's Alright (Live) (3:59) 2. Backseat Blues (Live) (4:20) 3. Produce Row (Live) (4:23) 4. Mean Old World (Live) (7:16) 5. You Need Love (Live) (7:14) 6. Gypsy Woman (Live) (6:50) 7. Crazy 'Bout A Woman (Live) (6:40) Recorded at The Honigfabrik, Hamburg Germany, March 1995 Mick Clarke first attracted attention in 1968, playing guitar in the south London-based duo Killing Floor with Bill Thorndycraft (vocals/harmonica). They made two well-received albums, Killing Floor in 1969 and Out of Uranus the following year. Killing Floor played in London and elsewhere in the U.K., backing American bluesman Freddie King, and also jammed with other visitors, including Howlin' Wolf. In mid-1972 Killing Floor folded, but Clarke played with Daddy Longlegs before forming his own band, Salt, in the mid-'70s, recording the rare EP All Wired Up in 1978. After a spell in the United States, Clarke returned to the U.K. at the start of the '80s to form the Mick Clarke Band. For the next two decades the band worked extensively, touring the U.K. and Europe, receiving critical acclaim for their live shows and albums. Critics and audiences in the U.S. also reacted very favorably to the band. In 2005 the band included drummer Chris Sharley (drums, ex-Sassafras), Dave Rea (bass), and Dave Lennox (keyboards). Among other musicians who have worked with Clarke over the years are keyboard player Peter Terry; bass players Mick Phillips, Len Davies, Ian Ellis, Eddie Masters, and Russell Prett; blues harpists Stevie Smith, Dave Newman and Mark Feltham; and drummers Ron Berg, Slash, Mike Hirsh, and Wilgar Campbell. An important part of the repertoire of Clarke's bands are his own compositions, which include "Murderers' Home," "Cheap," "Walking in the Dark," "The Killingest Place," "Second Hand Dream," and "New Star Over Texas." Download links: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  8. Artist: John Jacob Niles Title: My Precarious Life In The Public Domain Year Of Release: 1965/2006/2019 Label: Cherry Red Records Genre: Folk, Blues Quality: FLAC (tracks) Total Time: 00:48:14 Total Size: 124 mb Tracklist: 01. Love Henry Or Young Bunting (Child Ballad No. 68) 02. Our Goodman Or Old Cuckold (Child Ballad No. 274) 03. The Maid Freed From The Gallows (Child Ballad No. 95) 04. Edward (Child Ballad No. 13) 05. Jimmy Randal (Child Ballad No. 12) 06. The Ballad Of Barberry Ellen (Child Ballad No. 84) 07. Bonnie Farday Or Babylon (Child Ballad No. 14) 08. The Cherry Tree (Child Ballad No. 54) 09. The Gypsy Laddie (Child Ballad No. 200) 10. Mary Hamilton (Child Ballad No. 173) Christmas songs ("The Cherry Tree"), historical pieces ("Jimmy Randal," "Mary Hamilton"), mythology ("The Maid Freed from the Gallows"), and British folk ballads ("The Gypsy Laddie," "The Ballad of Barberry Ellen") make up this regrettably sparse collection of recordings by the supremely prolific American folk balladeer John Jacob Niles. Based on the research of Dr. Francis James Child, My Precarious Life in the Public Domain features ten selections out of the many that Niles recorded during his career. Those familiar with the singer/folklorist/woodworker's glorious falsetto and penchant for gigantic homemade dulcimers and lutes will revel in these wondrous stories and recordings, but while each small anthology of his work brings one or two new pieces to the digital puzzle, a serious collection that encompasses all this great man's work is most sorely needed. Download links: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  9. Artist: Julia Cozby Title: Keep on Walking Year Of Release: 2019 Label: Montrose Records Genre: Blues, Alt-Country, Folk Rock Quality: 320 / FLAC (tracks) Total Time: 49:02 Total Size: 117 / 349 Mb Tracklist: 1. Glenrio (4:28) 2. Keep on Walking (3:58) 3. Just Friends (3:59) 4. Baby Why (5:26) 5. Not That Kind (4:40) 6. Breaking Bad (2:46) 7. When Your Heart Decides to Run (3:54) 8. Your Resistance Is Such a Drag (4:24) 9. Carta Azul (4:26) 10. Devil & the Sea (3:25) 11. Leaving You Behind (4:38) 12. Brokedown Thunderstorm (2:59) Julia Cozby lives in Tularosa, New Mexico and is an Americana artist. She writes and performs her own songs which blends Country, Folk, Blues and Rock.This is Julia's first album entitled "Keep On Walking" and is being released on Montrose Records. As she performs her songs, her storytelling will create a vivid image in your mind and allow you to feel the emotional impact of her lyrics. Download links: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  10. Artist: Chet Atkins And Les Paul Title: Guitar Monsters (1978) Year Of Release: 1978 Label: RCA Victor / Reissue / Vinyl Genre: Country Blues, Rockabilly Quality: 24bit-96kHz FLAC (tracks) Total Time: 34:06 Total Size: 590 MB Tracklist: 1. Limehouse Blues (2:49) 2. I Want To Be Happy (3:41) 3. Over The Rainbow (2:41) 4. Meditation (2:34) 5. Lazy River (3:00) 6. I'm Your Greatest Fan (3:48) 7. It Don't Mean A Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing) (2:59) 8. I Surrender Dear (4:04) 9. Brazil (2:41) 10. Give My Love To Nell (2:52) 11. Hot Toddy (3:01) Download links: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  11. Artist: Blue Disciples Title: Blue Disciples Year Of Release: 2019 Label: Blue Disciples Genre: Blues, Rock Quality: Mp3 320 kbps / FLAC (tracks) Total Time: 45:43 min Total Size: 106 / 324 MB Tracklist: 01. Baby's Back 02. Hardheaded Woman 03. Let the Music Pull You Through 04. Satisfied Mind 05. Just Ain't Meant to Be 06. That's Pretty Exciting 07. Like a Flood 08. Lord Is Waiting 09. In My Time of Dyin' 10. People Get Ready Download links: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  12. Artist: Keb' Mo' Title: Bluesamericana Year Of Release: 2014 Label: Kind Of Blue Music Genre: Blues, Rock Quality: FLAC (tracks) 24bit/44.1kHz Total Time: 00:38:10 Total Size: 431,41 MB Tracklist: [3:58] 01. Keb' Mo' - The Worst Is Yet To Come [3:37] 02. Keb' Mo' - Somebody Hurt You [4:08] 03. Keb' Mo' - Do It Right [4:35] 04. Keb' Mo' - I'm Gonna Be Your Man [4:32] 05. Keb' Mo' - Move [3:25] 06. Keb' Mo' - For Better Or Worse [4:15] 07. Keb' Mo' - That's Alright [2:57] 08. Keb' Mo' - Old Me Better [2:49] 09. Keb' Mo' - More For Your Money [3:54] 10. Keb' Mo' - So Long Goodbye Download links: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  13. Artist: John Lee Hooker Title: The Complete '50s Chess Recordings Year Of Release: 1998/2007 Label: Universal-Island Records Genre: Blues Quality: FLAC (tracks) Total Time: 01:35:41 Total Size: 388 mb Tracklist: CD1 1. John Lee Hooker - Mad Man Blues 2. John Lee Hooker - Hey Boogie 3. John Lee Hooker - Louise 4. John Lee Hooker - High Priced Woman 5. John Lee Hooker - Union Station Blues 6. John Lee Hooker - Ground Hog Blues 7. John Lee Hooker - Leave My Wife Alone 8. John Lee Hooker - Ramblin' By Myself 9. John Lee Hooker - Dreamin' Blues 10. John Lee Hooker - Just Me And My Telephone 11. John Lee Hooker - Walkin' The Boogie 12. John Lee Hooker - Sugar Mama 13. John Lee Hooker - Please Don't Go 14. John Lee Hooker - I Don't Want Your Money (Album Version) 15. John Lee Hooker - Hey Baby 16. John Lee Hooker - Bluebird CD2 1. John Lee Hooker - Walkin' The Boogie 2. John Lee Hooker - Love Blues 3. John Lee Hooker - Lonely Boy Boogie (a_ka_ New Boogie) 4. John Lee Hooker - Apologize 5. John Lee Hooker - The Journey 6. John Lee Hooker - Worried Life Blues 7. John Lee Hooker - Down At The Landing 8. John Lee Hooker - You Have Two Hearts (Album Version) 9. John Lee Hooker - It's My Own Fault 10. John Lee Hooker - Blues For Big Town 11. John Lee Hooker - Women And Money 12. John Lee Hooker - Big Fine Woman (Single Version) 13. John Lee Hooker - Tell Me Baby (Single Version) 14. John Lee Hooker - Blues For Christmas 15. John Lee Hooker - Cry Baby Cry Hooker bounced around between label affiliations like crazy in the 1950s, recording under almost as many fake names as he did labels during that decade. His two lasting record company hookups occurred with Chess in the early 1950s and Vee-Jay later on in the decade. All of Hooker's Chess masters from that decade (he would later record in the '60s for them as well) are here on this two-disc, 31-track collection. Unlike other Chess artists, Hooker did little of his recording in Chicago, preferring to work out of his Detroit home base, where he continued to record for other labels under a variety of pseudonyms. His 1951 Chicago session excepted, the rest of the tracks emanate from Detroit sessions that also saw issuance on the local Gone, H-Q and Fortune labels. This is early John Lee at his solo-guitar, foot-stomping best, featuring boogies and introspective, slow blues that rival his best work. Some of the Detroit tracks reveal inbred distortion that can't be overcome even with modern day noise reduction techniques, but don't let that deter you from sampling some of the best John Lee Hooker available on compact disc for a second. Download links: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  14. Artist: Various Artists Title: Merry Christmas Baby! Another Jukebox Christmas Year Of Release: 2019 Label: RevOla Genre: XMAS Quality: FLAC (tracks) [96kHz/24bit] Total Time: 40:14 Total Size: 735 / 219 MB Tracklist: 01. Charles Brown - Merry Christmas Baby 02. Johnny Moore's Blazers - Christmas Every Day 03. Mabel Scott - Boogie Woogie Santa Claus 04. Johnny Moore's Blazers - Christmas Eve Baby 05. Billy Ward & His Dominoes - Christmas In Heaven 06. Freddy King - Christmas Tears 07. Jackson Trio - Jingle Bell Hop 08. Johnny Moore's Blazers - Christmas Dreams 09. Lowell Fulson - Lonesome Christmas (Part 1) 10. Bull Moose Jackson - I'll Be Home For Christmas 11. Lloyd Glenn - Sleigh Ride 12. Freddy King - I Hear Jingle Bells 13. Johnny Moore's Blazers - Christmas Letter 14. Jackson Trio - Love For Christmas 15. Jimmy Witherspoon - Christmas Blues 16. Lowell Fulson - Lonesome Christmas (Part 2) Download links: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  15. Artist: Hadda Brooks Title: Swingin' The Boogie Year Of Release: 2003 Label: Ace Records Genre: Jazz, Boogie Woogie, Piano Blues Quality: Flac (tracks, .cue, log) Total Time: 54:42 Total Size: 200 Mb (scans) Tracklist: 01. Swingin' The Boogie 02. Teenage Boogie 03. Lazy Boogie 04. Hip Shakin' Boogie 05. Boogie Celeste 06. Blue Mood 07. Nightmare Boogie 08. Bluesin' The Boogie 09. Ridin' The Boogie 10. Bully Wully Boogie 11. Just A Little Blusie 12. Rehearsin' the Boogie 13. St. Louis Blues Boogie 14. Bully Wully Stomp aka Stompin' The Boogie 15. Boogie Dance 16. Eight-Ten Boogie 17. Chop Chop Boogie 18. Bluesin' On Central While Ace's previous Hadda Brooks disc, Romance in the Dark, concentrated on her excellent mellow vocal sides, it left the instrumental boogie-woogie aspect of her musical talents unexplored. Swingin' the Boogie corrects that with this amazing release. Brooks recorded many of these tunes for the Modern label, initially released on 78s. Often after the "official session" concluded, there was still studio time available. In these instances, Brooks would pound out amazing boogie-woogie tracks for kicks. Swingin' the Boogie is the first disc to focus entirely on that output. Among the 18 tracks, six were previously unissued, and it includes the rare original flip side of "Swingin' the Boogie," "Just a Little Blusie." Download links: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  16. Artist: John Mayall Title: The World Of John Mayall Year Of Release: 1970/2019 Label: UMC-Decca Genre: Blues Rock, Classic Rock Quality: 320 kbps | FLAC (tracks) Total Time: 00:48:09 Total Size: 115 mb | 269 mb Tracklist: 01. John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers & Eric Clapton - Key To Love (Mono) 02. John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers - It Hurts Me Too 03. John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers - I'm A Stranger 04. John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers - Sonny Boy Blow 05. John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers & Eric Clapton - Have You Heard (Mono) 06. John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers - No Reply 07. John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers - Stand Back Baby 08. John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers - The Bear 09. John Mayall - Don't Kick Me 10. John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers - The Super-Natural 11. John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers - Me And My Woman 12. John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers - Sitting In The Rain 13. John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers - Another Kinda Love 14. John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers - Walking On Sunset Download links: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  17. Artist: Bo Diddley Title: Go Bo Diddley! (Remastered) Year Of Release: 2019 Label: RevOla Genre: Blues, Soul, R&B Quality: FLAC (tracks) Total Time: 32:08 min Total Size: 141 MB Tracklist: 01. Crackin' Up (Remastered) 02. I'm Sorry (Remastered) 03. Bo's Guitar (Remastered) 04. Willie And Lillie. (Remastered) 05. You Don't Love Me (You Don't Care) (Remastered) 06. Say, Man (Remastered) 07. Great Grandfather (Remastered) 08. Oh Yeah (Remastered) 09. Don't Let It Go (Remastered) 10. Little Girl (Remastered) 11. Dearest Darling (Remastered) 12. Clock Strikes Twelve (Remastered) Download links: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  18. Artist: Triggers & Slips Title: The Stranger Year Of Release: 2019 Label: Independent Genre: Blues, Country Quality: 320 / FLAC (tracks) Total Time: 41:53 Total Size: 98 / 232 Mb Tracklist: 1. The Stranger (5:06) 2. Natchez Trace (5:50) 3. Glass Window View (2:35) 4. Blue Smoke (6:40) 5. I'm Not Your Baby (5:58) 6. Old Friends (5:15) 7. Dig a Hole (5:11) 8. Rooster (5:18) Not being down with the Utah scene, I hung out in cyberspace with 'Triggers and Slips' a while and first stop was the Small Lake City Concert Series and a version of Alice in Chains' 'Rooster'. Morman descendent Morgan Snow takes a pinch of that grungy flavour and the 'Slips' sneeze dirty country vibes all over it, resulting in kind of a cross between Son Volt and Pearl Jam. It's a virus that one can only imagine is going to spread rapidly as the rest of the album hits our shelves, venues and, yes, online platforms of choice. To dig further into the ethos of 'Triggers and Slips' reveals that in fact the band leadership, songwriting and roots are very much intertwined with John Davies. Davies is vocal wingman, multi-instrumentalist and owner of a delightfully simple name considering his trade. Here is a band that carry themselves like men and play their music with redoubtable authority. Don't let that fool you that it's not fun though. Good production can sound very spontaneous when done right. The title track is all the proof you need of that, as a slow distorted intro gives way to honky-tonk piano, Hammond organ and duelling guitars, fading in and out over an outlaw country shuffle while Snow, for all the world a 21st Century Waylon, holds court as master of ceremonies. "We've been pushing our luck/We're bound to fuck up." his voice is a finely tuned country music weapon in peak condition. There are elements of border country in 'Natchez Trace', the dusty desert fandango style strongly vying with the rock n roll of Uncle Sam for prominence. 'Old Friends', which first appeared on the band's 2012 self-titled EP is a bromance reunion epic, replete with spectacular fiddle and toe-tapping piano solo work by the band's honky tonkin' electro dj, the 'Time Chimp' - Greg Midgley. It's been dragged from the gutter, polished to a shining star of a song and given centre stage on 'The Stranger'. The combination of country and slow bluesy Jeff Beck overtones on 'I'm Not Your Baby' hints at the broad horizons that 'Triggers And Slips' have embraced while Snow clings to his love of grunge with that overhaul of 'Rooster'. Morgan Snow was a drug and alcohol therapist when he stumbled on the name for his band, Triggers and Slips was the heading of some notes on a group session one of his co-workers was leading. Much of this album concentrates, in the great traditions, on matters of the heart and of the soul. Described as songs that will "hit you in the gut" the blend of skilful delivery, first-class production and songcraft of the highest standard makes 'The Stranger' a game-changer for these men of Utah. Download links: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  19. Artist: John F. Klaver Title: Organic & Sustainable Sessions Vol.1 Year Of Release: 2019 Label: Eigen Beheer Genre: Blues, Rock Quality: Mp3 320 kbps / FLAC (tracks) Total Time: 36:44 min Total Size: 86 / 217 MB Tracklist: 01. Get What You Deserve 02. Just Kissed My Baby 03. Little By Little 04. Cool Eddie 05. Never Make Your Move Too Soon 06. The Prince 07. Move On Up 08. Joey's Groove Guitarist John F. Klaver is one of the newer stars in the Dutch blues (rock) company. Finger-fast, flowing solos on the semi-acoustic electric guitar are his trademark. In 2011 he won the Dutch Blues Challenge with his band and in 2015 the Blues Award for best blues guitarist in the Netherlands. The John F. Klaver Band also accompanied blues (rock) greats such as Johnny Winter, Dana Fuchs and Matt Schofield. The Klaver from Boxmeer started playing the guitar at the age of eleven, inspired by Gary Moore, Robben Ford and Jimi Hendrix, and later took music theory lessons at the University of the Pacific in the US. He then went to the Amsterdam Conservatory, where he was taught by Jesse van Ruller, Martijn van Iterson and Eef Albers. Today he is a professional musician and music teacher. For this album he could appeal to a good number of great professional musicians from the blues and jazz scene. The acclaimed British guitarist-singer Ian Siegal cooperates with Little By Little, best known in the version of Derek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi. Saxophonist Ephraim Trujillo is known from, among others, The Ploctones (by Anton Goudsmit). On this indeed warm and organic sounding album, especially Klaver himself sings and he does great. Furthermore, with his smooth guitar playing he shows why he won all those prizes. In Move On Up, the band sticks to the version such as the fantastic Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio that previously brought. The Prince by Larry Carlton is nicely funky and rhythmic and has a complicated structure. That is how we arrived at the makke of this album; own work here lacks a little of its own face. Klaver and the other musicians are great, the recording quality is excellent, but there is not much color outside the lines. Perhaps that is not their ambition and the blues audience may not be bothered by it either. Download links: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  20. Artist: Dinah Washington Title: The Complete Roulette Recordings Year Of Release: 2014 Label: Universe Genre: Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Blues Quality: 320 kbps | FLAC (tracks) Total Time: 05:01:21 Total Size: 699 mb | 1.6 gb Tracklist: 1. Dinah Washington - Drinking After, Pt. 1 2. Dinah Washington - Is You Is or Is You Ain't My Baby 3. Dinah Washington - Destination Moon 4. Dinah Washington - Take Your Shoes Off Baby 5. Dinah Washington - Where Are You, Pt. 1 6. Dinah Washington - Make Believe Dreams 7. Dinah Washington - Something's Gotta Give 8. Dinah Washington - Coquette 9. Dinah Washington - You're Nobody 'till Somebody Love You, Pt. 1 10. Dinah Washington - Red Sails in the Sunset 11. Dinah Washington - A Handful of Stars 12. Dinah Washington - Miss You 13. Dinah Washington - I'll Never Stop Loving You 14. Dinah Washington - Me and My Gin, Pt. 1 15. Dinah Washington - You're Nobody 'till Somebody Love You, Pt. 2 16. Dinah Washington - Drinking Again 17. Dinah Washington - Where Are You, Pt. 2 18. Dinah Washington - I'll Wind _ For All We Know _ I Could Have Told You So _ Smoke Gets in Your Eyes _ Goodbye _ Make the Man Love Me _ Blue Gardenia 19. Dinah Washington - I'll Be Around 20. Dinah Washington - For All We Know 21. Dinah Washington - Just Friends 22. Dinah Washington - I'm Gonna Laugh You Out of My Life 23. Dinah Washington - Lover Man 24. Dinah Washington - Say It Isn't So 25. Dinah Washington - That Old Feeling 26. Dinah Washington - Love, I Found You Gone 27. Dinah Washington - On the Street of Regret 28. Dinah Washington - The Man That Got Away 29. Dinah Washington - Baby, Won't You Please Come Home 30. Dinah Washington - I Don't Know You Anymore 31. Dinah Washington - Someone Else Is Taking My Place 32. Dinah Washington - He's Gone Again 33. Dinah Washington - I Didn't Know About You 34. Dinah Washington - There I Go 35. Dinah Washington - You're a Sweetheart 36. Dinah Washington - I'll Close My Eyes 37. Dinah Washington - Do Nothing 'till You Hear from Me 38. Dinah Washington - My Devotion 39. Dinah Washington - If It's the Last Thing I Do 40. Dinah Washington - Our Love 41. Dinah Washington - It's a Mean Old Man's World 42. Dinah Washington - Was It Like That_ 43. Dinah Washington - Fly Me to the Moon 44. Dinah Washington - I Wouldn't Know What to Do 45. Dinah Washington - No Hard Feelings 46. Dinah Washington - Me and the One I Love 47. Dinah Washington - There Must Be a Way 48. Dinah Washington - Take Me in Your Arms 49. Dinah Washington - What's New 50. Dinah Washington - Love Is the Sweetest Thing 51. Dinah Washington - These Foolish Things 52. Dinah Washington - That's My Desire 53. Dinah Washington - The More I See You 54. Dinah Washington - I Used to Love You (But It's All Over Now) 55. Dinah Washington - Just One More Chance 56. Dinah Washington - Blue Gardenia 57. Dinah Washington - He's My Guy 58. Dinah Washington - I Ran Out of Reasons 59. Dinah Washington - No One Man 60. Dinah Washington - Let Me Be the First to Know 61. Dinah Washington - If I Never Get to Heaven, Pt. 1 62. Dinah Washington - Nobody Knows the Way I Feel This Morning 63. Dinah Washington - Don't Say Nothing At All 64. Dinah Washington - You've Been a Good Old Wagon 65. Dinah Washington - Me and My Gin, Pt. 2 66. Dinah Washington - How Long, How Long Blues 67. Dinah Washington - Don't Come Runnin' Back to Me 68. Dinah Washington - Duck Before You Drown 69. Dinah Washington - The Blues Ain't Nothin' but a Woman Cryin' for Her Man 70. Dinah Washington - Key to the Highway 71. Dinah Washington - Romance in the Dark 72. Dinah Washington - If I Never Get to Heaven, Pt. 2 73. Dinah Washington - Soulville 74. Dinah Washington - The Show Must Go On 75. Dinah Washington - Why Was I Born 76. Dinah Washington - I Wanna Be Around 77. Dinah Washington - I Left My Heart in San Francisco 78. Dinah Washington - What Kind of Fool Am I 79. Dinah Washington - Make Someone Happy 80. Dinah Washington - Rags to Riches 81. Dinah Washington - I'm Glad for Your Sake 82. Dinah Washington - Bill 83. Dinah Washington - Drown in My Own Tears 84. Dinah Washington - That Sunday (That Summer) 85. Dinah Washington - A Stranger On Earth 86. Dinah Washington - The Good Life 87. Dinah Washington - Funny Thing 88. Dinah Washington - To Forget About You 89. Dinah Washington - Icy Stone 90. Dinah Washington - Stars Over My Shoulder 91. Dinah Washington - Call Me Irresponsibile 92. Dinah Washington - Lingering 93. Dinah Washington - Lord, You Made Us Human 94. Dinah Washington - They Said You'd Come Back Running Download links: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  21. Artist: Keb' Mo' Title: Suitcase Year Of Release: 2005 Label: Epic/One Haven/Red Ink Genre: Blues, Rock Quality: FLAC (tracks) / FLAC (tracks) 24bit/44.1kHz Total Time: 00:53:31 Total Size: 346.1 MB / 617,30 MB Tracklist: [4:19] 01. Keb' Mo' - Your Love [4:56] 02. Keb' Mo' - The Itch [6:31] 03. Keb' Mo' - Eileen [4:42] 04. Keb' Mo' - Remain Silent [3:11] 05. Keb' Mo' - Still There For Me [4:52] 06. Keb' Mo' - Rita [4:45] 07. Keb' Mo' - I'm A Hero [4:50] 08. Keb' Mo' - Suitcase [3:55] 09. Keb' Mo' - Whole 'nutha Thang [3:59] 10. Keb' Mo' - I See Love [3:15] 11. Keb' Mo' - I'll Be Your Water [4:16] 12. Keb' Mo' - Life Is Beautiful Download links: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  22. Artist: Keb' Mo' Title: The Reflection Year Of Release: 2011 Label: Yolabelle International, Llc Genre: Blues, Rock Quality: FLAC (tracks) 24bit/44.1kHz / Digital Booklet Total Time: 00:52:36 Total Size: 575,83 MB Tracklist: [4:26] 01. Keb' Mo' - The Whole Enchilada [3:37] 02. Keb' Mo' - Inside Outside [3:50] 03. Keb' Mo' - All The Way [6:47] 04. Keb' Mo' - The Reflection (I See Myself In You) [3:34] 05. Keb' Mo' - Crush On You [3:49] 06. Keb' Mo' - One Of These Nights [3:41] 07. Keb' Mo' - My Baby's Tellin' Lies [4:51] 08. Keb' Mo' - My Shadow [4:38] 09. Keb' Mo' - We Don't Need It [3:56] 10. Keb' Mo' - Just Lookin' [4:14] 11. Keb' Mo' - Walk Through Fire [5:12] 12. Keb' Mo' - Something Within AllMusic Review by Steve Leggett Being labeled and marketed as a blues musician was never really a good fit for Keb' Mo'. True, he first came to the attention of most when he came out of Compton playing Robert Johnson songs on a National Steel guitar, and that's how his recording career started, but this is a guy who used to be a staff songwriter for A&M Records, so he has always had plenty of pop, soul, R&B, and jazz in his kit bag and, truth be known, he's really closer to an artist like James Taylor than he is to Howlin' Wolf. His new album, The Reflection, the first on his own Yolabelle record imprint (he also self-produced the album) after several releases with Sony, has nothing on it that could be called blues, and nothing that even really comes close. It's a calm, easy, and mellow mixture of adult pop, urban soul, and very light funk, but then Mo' has been flirting with this kind of thing for a couple of albums now and it's clear that this is closer to what he's all about than being a blues preservationist -- which he really never was in the first place. The sound on this release is crisp and warm, smooth as honey, and never jarring, as Mo' muses on love and its difficulties in different settings, his vocals full of sincerity and good will. It's all as pleasant as an easy summer afternoon, which is both a strength here and a problem. Nothing about The Reflection has an edge of any sort and as song after song rolls by, it gets lulling, and only a handful of the songs immediately stand out, most notably "We Don't Need It," a timely song about a man who loses his job and has to come home and tell his family, and "Crush on You," which features guest vocals from India.Arie and has a charmingly light and innocent groove to it. A version of the Eagles' "One of These Nights," which features alto sax from Dave Koz, also stands out, but not for the right reasons. Mo' has turned the song, which was fueled by the feeling of desperate lust in the original Eagles version, into a gentle song of yearning, and while the lyrics and melody still work in a more relaxed setting, the song really doesn't generate the edge it needs to truly resonate. Keb' Mo' never was Howlin' Wolf, Robert Johnson, or Muddy Waters, but he isn't quite James Taylor yet, either. The Reflection is a warm outing, and it's easy to like the sound of it, but all smooth honey makes one hungry for something with a little bit more of a kick to it now and then. Download links: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  23. Artist: The Blues Express Title: Live at Antone's Year Of Release: 2019 Label: Blues Express Records (NOHRT) Genre: Blues Quality: Mp3 320 kbps / FLAC (tracks) / 24bit-44.1kHz FLAC Total Time: 36:52 min Total Size: 87 / 240 / 425 MB Tracklist: 01. Roller Coaster Ride 02. King of My Castle 03. Henri's Boogie 04. Nobody but You 05. Lollipop Mama 06. Bout the Break of Day 07. Gambling for My Bread 08. Mellow Down Easy 09. Cadillac Baby 10. Supergirl Download links: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  24. Artist: Lightnin' Hopkins Title: From The Vaults Of Everest Records Part 1-4 Year Of Release: 1989 Label: Collectables Genre: Electric Blues, Country Blues, Texas Blues Quality: CBR 320 kbps / FLAC (tracks+cue,log) Total Time: 4:05:34 Total Size: 562 mb / 1.28 gb :: TRACKLIST :: From The Vaults Of Everest Records, Part 1 - Drinkin' In The Blues 1. Big Black Cadillac Blues 2. Early In The Mornin' Blues 3. Coffee House Blues 4. I've Been Buked And Scorned 5. Stool Pidgeon Blues 6. Brand New Car 7. Drinkin' In The Blues 8. Shining Moon 9. Ball Of Twine 10. Fugitive Blues 11. "G" String Blues 12. Grandma Told Grandpa 13. Rain 14. Goin' To Dallas 15. Last Night 16. Shake It Baby From The Vaults Of Everest Records, Part 2 - Prison Blues 1. Keep Movin' On 2. That's My Story 3. Dillon's Store 4. Long Time 5. Rainy Day Blues 6. Baby! 7. Long Gone Like A Turkey 8. Goin' Back Home 9. Prison Blues Come Down On Me 10. Backwater Blues 11. Gonna' Pull A Party 12. Bluebird Bluebird 13. See See Rider 14. Worrying My Mind 15. Til The Gin Gets Here 16. Good Times From The Vaults Of Everest Records, Part 3 - Mama And Papa Hopkins 1. Bunion Stew 2. You Got To Work To Get Your Pay 3. Go Down Old Hannah 4. Hear My Black Dog Bark 5. In The Evening, The Sun Is Going Down 6. Trouble In Mind 7. Mama And Papa Hopkins 8. What Did I Say 9. Foot Race Is On 10. That Gambling Life 11. When The Saints Go Marching In 12. Get Off My Toe 13. 75 Highway 14. Bottle Up And Go 15. Short Haired Woman 16. Don't Wake Me From The Vaults Of Everest Records, Part 4 - Nothin' But The Blues 1. So Long Baby 2. Santa Fe Blues 3. Mojo Hand 4. Little Wail 5. Cotton 6. Take Me Back 7. Nothin' But The Blues 8. Hurricane Betsy 9. Guitar Lightnin' 10. Woke Up This Morning 11. Shake Yourself 12. Big Car Blues 13. Shaggy Dog 14. I'll Be Gone 15. Talk Of The Town Download links: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  25. Artist: Ike Turner, His Kings Of Rhythm Title: Rhythm Rockin' Blues Year Of Release: 2009 Label: Ace Records Genre: Blues Quality: flac lossless Total Time: 00:57:24 Total Size: 141 mb Tracklist --------- 01. The Way You Used To Treat Me 02. I Miss You So 03. Nobody Wants Me 04. Loosely (Hamp's Boogie Woogie) 05. All The Blues, All The Time 06. Sitting And Wondering 07. Early Times 08. The World Is Yours 09. Suffocate 10. Talkin' About Me 11. Walk My Way Home 12. I Ain't Drunk 13. The Road I Travel 14. Night Howler 15. My Heart In Your Hands 16. A Woman Just Won't Do 17. I'm Tired Of Being Dogged Around 18. You Got Me Way Down Here 19. Love Is Scarce 20. Nobody Seems To Want Me This is the definitive early Ike Turner collection, at least until someone comes out with a box that assembles everything. The 21 tracks here are mostly drawn from Turner's early-'50s sessions with the Kings of Rhythm at the Clarksdale studio, done under the auspices of the Bihari Brothers' Modern, RPM, and Flair labels. Apart from a few well-known numbers like the classic "Rocket 88," much of the material here isn't in other collections, nor has it been assembled in one place before - some of it has shown up on vinyl, but never together on CD. It consists of Turner working with the Kings of Rhythm, evolving his guitar and piano technique and pumping up the volume and beat on R&B, pushing it toward rock & roll. The highlight for completists is the medley "All the Blues, All the Time," on which Turner, newly confident on the guitar, goes through an extended instrumental medley of B.B. King, Elmore James, Muddy Waters, and John Lee Hooker material. Also included is some hard R&B-cum-rock & roll by the Kings of Rhythm fronted by J. W. Walker, Little Johnny Burton, Dennis Binder, Lonnie "The Cat," and Billy Gayles. The interesting thing is that "Rocket 88," for all of its renown, is just one of the good tracks here - "Early Times" by Dennis Binder could just as easily have caught the public's fancy with its beat. The sound is somewhat compressed on some of the early material (and, especially, the Johnny Wright/Ike Turner orchestra numbers, although Turner's guitar is real sharp on "The World Is Yours"), but generally it is equal or superior to any other digital incarnation of the individual tracks, and the notes are extremely thorough. Download links: [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
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