Sagefield Woman Blues - John Lee Hooker - The Very Best Of John Lee Hooker


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But nice none the same. For the longest time, however, when he sang "When the train rolled up to the station and I looked here in the eye" I always took that as he looked into the train's eye - i.

Makes more sense that he looked into Willie Mae's eye. It did appear on a bootleg in the late sixties before being released on the "King of the Delta Blues Singers, Vol. It was Tom Tom Turnaround - New World - Tom Tom Turnaround these bootlegs, however, that the Stones first heard it and went about recording it.

Well, if you are not familiar with the "Let It Bleed" version seek it out - some delicious slide playing by Keith and mandolin by Ry Cooder. I like this version as well - ends with Mick playing harmonica I am assuming it's Mick - I doubt Keith could blow that hard. Peter left, Lindsay Buckingham came in with Stevie Nicks.

Needless to say, they were never the same. Nice piano workout of the Sagefield Woman Blues - John Lee Hooker - The Very Best Of John Lee Hookerhowever. The Yardbird's didn't let him sing. On the second version he includes a lyric about a fiddle player and his bow. Most of the alternate versions of his songs really don't vary that much from the original - usually just slight variations of the lyrics.

This is the only one I found where there is actually a different verse. On they other hand, he could be Satan. That's what makes him great - along with Meg's drumming I know Bert's opinion of Meg - Bert's fucked up.

There is another version of them playing this during a Peel session - slower and bluesier - that would have been on the disc if it wasn't three minutes longer than this version. If you look real hard I bet you'll be able to download it. In fact, you shouldn't have to look that hard at all. But I doubt it is actually his song - I would suspect it is more a traditional song he adopted for himself. By they way, thats the Pointer Sisters backing him up.

It was also his best selling one as well. I guess the Counting Crows shouldn't fell so bad. But Robert nor John Lee weren't really signing about a car now, were they. Walking Blues Robert Johnson November 27th, Sagefield Woman Blues - John Lee Hooker - The Very Best Of John Lee Hooker Complete Recordings "She got a Elgin movement from her head down to her Sagefield Woman Blues - John Lee Hooker - The Very Best Of John Lee Hooker Lord, she break in on a dollar most anywhere shes goes" Not exactly sure what that means, but it sounds dirty.

I know, that given the poor sound quality, the Robert Johnson songs may be tough to listen to. Give them a listen, however. Follow the lyrics I have included links to the lyrics of each song. See if you can hear the two guitars Keef heard. Listen to the samples posted on this website - see what you think.

Posted by Unknown at AM 1 comment: Links to this post. Labels: bluesrobert johnson. It would be impossible not to include some of the obvious selections 'Mannish Boy', 'Boom Boom', 'Smokestack Lightning' I have tried to mix it up a bit here, including some not so obvious choices from all periods of their lives. Don't Sagefield Woman Blues - John Lee Hooker - The Very Best Of John Lee Hookerthough - there will be more of them on future discs I'm sure.

He refers to 'Hastings Street' in the song. You can't go there today, however. Why not? Well, when 'whitey' decided to build I guess where they put it? That's right, right over Hastings Street! More sucessful - sure. More influential, maybe. More powerful - not a chance. Honestly, you can take all the hair bands in history - Zeppelin, GnR, Mettallica, whoever - put them back in with the 'primitive' recording equipment and instruments - give them a standup bass, harmonica, electric guitar and what was probably at best a snare drum and cymbal I could be wrong but I believe the band consisted of Willie Self-Bias Resistor - Fear Factory - Коллекция Альбомов MP3 on bass, Little Walter on harmonica, Muddy on guitar and vocals and Fred Below on drums and see if the could get their shit together enough to create a sound this full and, yes, heavy.

Fats later went for a swim. All performances were abandoned because the levees broke. Kansas Joe McCoy was inspired to write the song after his wife went for Sagefield Woman Blues - John Lee Hooker - The Very Best Of John Lee Hooker swim at the very same beach. Fats Domino Fats after the levee broke.

She did go however and as you can see in the picture, he was forced to fend for himself. What really pissed him off was that she took all the gin and Big Joe was forced to drink 7Up straight! He did discover the art of good cooking …lots of salt! The lemon-lime soda drink 7Up was created by Charles Leiper Grigg using lithium, a drug used to even out mood swings. Joe discovered that coupled with lots of gin and nicotine, man you could really swing!

Big Joe Williams after his baby did go! On this day the 23rd of July back in James P. Stride piano is where the left hand differentiates bass and mid-range lines while the right supplies melodic issues. Quite a contrast to blues piano where the left hand has no idea what the right is doing.

Johnson suffered a stroke in August and found out what the blues piano was all about. James P. Johnson Hey man I don't need to look at no hands! Each one knows what ta others doin'. I take this kinda playin' in my stride. Watch this The recording was archived by the Library Of Congress. Weaver often used the bottleneck-style method, playing his guitar with a knife.

For Okeh Meeting - The Exploration - For Cabana recorded under the name of "No Strings Weaver" because for each recording, his vigorous knife-neck playing left him with none at the end.

Sylvester Weaver's work lies stylistically between blues and country music. Sarah's 'bout to give Sly the knife. Fuller could play in a multiple styles: slide, ragtime, pop, and blues all on Bondage - Pain Teens / God And Texas - Bondage / 1066 National steel guitar.

For "Log Cabin Blues" instead of a bottle-neck style of playing he used a red-neck style on his guitar. Blind Boy Fuller. Always one to take the hard way, Little Walter said "thanks Willie" and chose number Little Walter Jacobs. He was also known as "Mumbles" and "Shakey" because of his head motion while playing which often resulted in him swallowing his harmonica.

Big Walter Horton. Always one to take the hard way, Little Walter said "thanks Willie" and chose number The song, adapted from the traditional fiddle tune "Ida Red", tells the story of a hot rod race and a broken romance. It also climbed to 5 on the Pop chart. Apple's Shuffle shuffles off! It should do the same with iTunes. I have been an avid PC and 'windows' user since ' When given an iPod Classic a few years back I was forced to grapple with the vagaries of Apple's iTunes!

What an atrocious bit of software! Its default settings wreaked all sorts of havoc! I have slowly come to terms with its odd interface design and have now employed numerous work arounds, especially to iTunes bizarre managing of a music library! After deselecting every option I am nolonger ushered into the iTunes Store and have now wrestled back control on my music library.

But wait for it! Along comes another iTunes update and POW! I'm into the iTunes Store yet again and those interface settings? Now that's not how I had them. July 28 Billboard magazine reports on a claim from the Esso Research Center " Ran out of gas because he listened to Rock 'n' Roll on the car radio!

July 28 year-old Paul McCartney returned to the Cavern Club in Liverpool for a two hour performance in front of fans. During the show he remarked, "All those S.

O. S. - DJ Spider - Nemesis Rising (File, Album) ago we came here and played, and we didn't know if we had any future. We did okay," he said. When the crowd pushed forward McCartney thought it was time Instant Execution - Aggression Pact - Instant Execution play 'Get Back'!. July 29 Bob Dylan received serious neck injuries when he crashed his Triumph 55 motorcycle while riding near Woodstock, New York.

He had just come off a British tour using The Band as his backup group. During his nine month recovery, "Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits" was released and The Band began work on their first album, "Music From Varko Sto Yalo - Francis Goya & Les Helleniques* - Souvenirs Aus Griechenland Pink", that would be issued in the summer of If you gunna ride like that and ain't gunna wear no helmet, then let me off here!

July 31 A Moscow police chief reported that thousands of Moscow telephone booths had been made inoperable by thieves who had stolen phone parts in order to convert their acoustic guitars to electric. Subscribers Page Latest Podcasts Contact. Bulletins that delve into the history of roots, blues and rock music thanks to some extensive and at times ill founded research by Dr Jerome Douvendahns. Little Buddy Doyle.

He claimed that this was because of a broken ankle, but his military records show that he told the army psychiatrist that he was a homosexual and was in love with one of his squad mates. The squad mate has remained closeted. Best known as Champion Jack Dupree, the American blues pianist. His birth date has been given as July 4, July 10, and July 23, or He died on January 21, …we think. Champion Jack Dupree was a New Orleans blues and boogie woogie pianist and barrelhouse "professor".

Professorial because of his wry and clever way Sagefield Woman Blues - John Lee Hooker - The Very Best Of John Lee Hooker words: "Mama, move your false teeth, papa wanna scratch your gums" and "come on, mama, on your hands and knees, do that shake dance as you please".

Dupree once claimed "I'd rather have that piano than a Black Star - Various - Sonic Seducer Cold Hands Seduction Vol. X. His wife still resides at home. This record launched Elvis' career and a musical style called Rock and Roll.

Smiley Lewis. On this day the 6th of July Died on this day July 6, Jimmie Lee Robinson also known as Lonesome Lee predominantly known for his involvement in the Chicago blues scene in the s and s. Jimmie Lee Robinson on Maxwell St.

Little Milton. He would find fame as blues pianist Pinetop Perkins. Many have wondered about the origin of the nickname Pinetop. Was it because of his lankiness? Was it given to him by his mother because he and a friend used to Sagefield Woman Blues - John Lee Hooker - The Very Best Of John Lee Hooker trees all the time?

It had to do with why Perkins took to wearing hats all the time! Pinetop Perkins. Syd in the cellar with fellow shunner of outside world. Marianne on a downer down-under! During prohibition, he worked primarily as a bootlegger and performed music only as a Sagefield Woman Blues - John Lee Hooker - The Very Best Of John Lee Hooker. That terminology "dust my broom" also found its way into his song "Sagefield Woman Blues".

Kokomo Arnold. Jelly Roll said "If I have to spend another day in this place then I'm outta here! Blind Boy Fuller Chuck Berry. He found success Leave It - Army Of Anyone - Army Of Anyone r'n'b organist Big John Patton and was one of Blue Note's busiest soul-jazz organists during the golden age of the Hammond B-3s.

On March 19,year-old John Patton succumbed to diabetes and renal failure. Big John Patton. Produced by Dale Hawkins, and it sounds like it. Plum Tone Music. That "soul" quality is still there and it makes this five-CD set an overall highly enjoyable experience. A powerful offering from a lesser-known Motor City bluesman. Blue Suit. A treat for fans of Dr. John and New Orleans music in general. Unlike nearly all the other Chess artists, Fulson made most of these recordings in L.

More Sacred Steel. Gibson plays chromatic and diatonic harp, but Charlie Wood keyboards and Joe Restevo get plenty of stretching-out space in a true ensemble effort. North Magnolia Music.



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