Sunday, October 30, 2011

Son of Dave — Ain’t Nuthing But The Blues

"Embraceable You"

A bit of Gershwin on a Blues Blog?

Saturday, October 29, 2011

Friday, October 28, 2011

Will Hoge - Number 7

Enrico Rava Quartet - Tribe


..... Rava – for many years one of Miles Davis's most authoritative disciples – creates an enchanting album of luxuriant brass textures, alluring ballads, bursts of twisting postbop and memorable soloing. There are slow-shifting songs that turn with a Kenny Wheeler-like poignancy or Carla Bley's wry romanticism, trumpet solos over quietly hustling backdrops, blustery free-jazzy episodes and samba-like sleepwalks. Rava's high sounds and Petrella's voice-like phrasing combine with a spellbinding melody to make Tears for Nada a gorgeous contemporary-jazz ballad, while the title track is unexpectedly funky, and Guidi plays like an abstract Herbie Hancock.

Thursday, October 20, 2011

Taj Mahal Leavin Trunk

From the comments section: According to notes at YouTube it is from "The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus." This was a hell of a band fronted by Taj Mahal, with Jesse Ed Davis, Ry Cooder, and Chuck Blackwell.

The Black Keys - Tighten Up [Official Music Video]

John Lee Hooker with Rolling Stones & Eric Clapton (HQ)

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

The Doors - Roadhouse Blues - John Lee Hooker & Jim Morrison ( hard rock )

Heard this on an online radio statation and had to see if there was a YouTube video of it. Too cool.

Saturday, October 08, 2011

Friday, October 07, 2011

Beth Hart and Joe Bonamassa

File this under what I'm listening to right now! And it is good y'all!!! Hey y'all visit where you can down load a free mp3 file of this song. Good stuff!

Thursday, October 06, 2011

It hurts deep down inside.....

Otis Rush Video "Three Times a Fool"

You know today, this is just how I feel...

Squeeze it but don't tease it....

No doubt, you're going to knock them dead!

Led Zeppelin @

Wednesday, October 05, 2011

Happy Birthday Keb Mo

I missed Keb Mo's birthday which was actually a couple of days ago, but that is cool. We can always play a song or two of his, to celebrate the occasion of the birthday of what is in my mind a wonderful blues musician.

So check this out;