Summary: Supporting the classic Blues and the modern day heros of music. Join me as we go back into time and relive the the era that set the nation and time to what it is today.While we showcase The old time greats and current sounds of today. Join me as we bring the past to the present. This Podcast was created using www.talkshoe.com
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Supporting the classic Blues and the modern day heros of music. Join me as we go back into time and relive the the era that set the nation and time to what it is today.While we showcase The old time greats and current sounds of today. Join me as we bring the past to the present. http://www.trythemagic.com 1.800.706.0162
EPISODE24 - Backalley blues - Test for new
Blue Fox and the blues
The impact of blues on rock music arises from the emotionally honest, timelessly powerful, trance-inducing music of American bluesmen like Howlin Wolf, Muddy Waters and John Lee Hooker. Listening to this simple, haunting music has compelled artists such as Jimi Hendrix, Robin Trower, Stevie Ray Vaughan, T.S. Mcphee, Buddy Guy, Frank Marino, Johnny Winter and Jimmy Page to unleash their mind expanding music on the world. The Corby Yates Band, a power trio, brings this heavy, guitar-driven, blues-based music back into the present time. Corby won the 18-and-under division of the 1998 international Jimi Hendrix Electric Guitar Competition finals in Seattle, WA. Later that evening, Al Hendrix, Jimi's father, personally gave this young guitar virtuoso, singer and songwriter the coveted Voodoo Chile award.
Welcome to Joe Desperado and the Uptown Cats music page. This is a new project with veteran guitarsist Joe Desperado. We will be adding music and a lot of details in the next few weeks, so please stop back soon. For those of you not yet framilar with Joe Desperado, you're in for a real treat. Joe is a one of the most soulful guitarist you'll ever listen to. From Delta Blues to Uptown Swing, he squeezes emotion out of every note. Joe and his band have created a refreshing new way to deliver traditional blues and Jump-swing in the same evening. From Jim's dynamic touch on the drums to Jeff's smooth bass lines, you will be captivate from the first note. Expeirence the raw emotion of the blues and the uplifting power of jump music, like no one else can deliver.
Sherry Seiler, an independent Christian artist, living in Port Richey, Florida. I have one CD in stores called You Make Me Smile, and am presently working on a second. My Home Church is Calvary Chapel Worship Center in New Port Richey, FL. I am on a praise team that leads morning worship, and have a kick-boxing ministry for women once a week. I'm involved in the dance ministry as well as the drama, at CCWC. I teach choir for children ages 9-17 at a private school. I have been blessed with a wonderful husband for 22 years, and three lovely children ages 13, 16, and 21. Even though God has blessed me with many gifts, I wait on Him to direct me to a new purpose to serve Him, for his glory and honor.Amen! I know I am truly the happiest when I sing for the Lord. To obey the Lord is my first and only way I know to have peace and joy beyond all understanding. Amen!
THE Backalleyblues Saturday Night Gigs
In thirteen new (and very short) songs, Walkenhorst has pared his already elemental approach to song arrangements down to a skeletal acoustic guitar, bass, and drums, most often played by his one-man-band. Harmonica is the lead instrument of choice, with the notable exception of a honking sax solo by Johnny Reno on â€œJan Vermeer,â€? a Chuck Berry-style rocker about the great Dutch painter. The only lead guitar solo on the CD is played by Kansas City guitarist Jack W. Hayhow, Jr., on another retro-rocker, â€œJ-Walkers,â€? about the first band Walkenhorst ever heard. Vocal harmonies appear on only one song, â€œJust Leaving.â€? From the sparse instrumentation to the early-â€™60s-style extreme-stereo production, the overall sound of The Beginner is as much about what has not been recorded as it is about what you do hear.
I have been playing guitar ever since he was a child growing up. My influences have been Jimi Hendrix, John McLaughlin, Al Dimeola, Carlos Santana, Eric Clapton, Johnny Winter, Roy Buchanon, Jimmy Page and a few others. I may have a taste of each one in my playing style from time to time. Like most musicians I have been though different stages of playing. When younger I played mostly Blues Rock guitar. http://www.myspace.com/jackfalkproject
Blues is a vocal and instrumental form of music based on the use of the blue notes and a repetitive pattern that most often follows a twelve-bar structure. It evolved in the United States in the communities of former enslaved Africans, from spirituals, praise songs, field hollers, shouts, and chants. The use of blue notes and the prominence of call-and-response patterns in the music and lyrics are indicative of the blues' West African pedigree. The blues influenced later American and Western popular music, as it became part of the genres of ragtime, jazz, bluegrass, rhythm and blues, rock and roll, hip-hop,and pop songs.
chum slick nick and the sharks blues
Contemporary blues with a dash of southern rock that might best be described as Bonnie Raitt and ZZ Top crashing an Allman Brothers house party. Ripping guitars, dual lead vocalists, steroid-driven B3, handsome horns and fat pocket groove - Rusty Wright Blues has got it all
THOMAS, HENRY (1874-1950s?). Henry (Ragtime Texas) Thomas, an early exponent of country blues, was born in Big Sandy, Texas, in 1874, one of nine children of former slaves who sharecropped on a cotton plantation in the northeastern part of the state. Thomas learned to hate cotton farming at an early age and left home as soon as he could, around 1890, to pursue a career as an itinerant songster. Derrick Stewart-Barker has commented that for his money Thomas was the best songster that ever recorded. Thomas first taught himself to play the quills, a folk instrument made from cane reeds that sound similar to the quena used by musicians in Peru and Bolivia; later, he picked up the guitar. On the twenty-three recordings made by Thomas from 1927 to 1929, he sings a variety of songs and accompanies himself on guitar and at times on the quills.
The heart of this band is singer/songwriter Blue Fox, a string bending wildman with the subtlety and sensitivity of a true blues artist. Add one rock solid, swinging, funky, tongue in groove (emphasis on groove) rhythm section you've got something to write home about!