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Rolff (The Netherlands)
"Fiesta"
Self Released - 2020

 

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Second album by these musicians from Holland, Rolff, the name under which singer Rolff van Gent and multi-instrumentalist Ivan Schaap profess their faith in the Louisiana swamps rock'n'roll and blessed all by the inspiration of Screamin 'Jay Hawkins and Dr. John. Complex musical amalgam, where the powerful voice hypnotizes the rhythm, leaving free the circulation to each instrument, achieving in each song a sticky and electrifying climax. "Fiesta" is a splendid studio work that manages to wrap the listener and take him to the streets of New Orleans just by paying attention to each groove.

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Ginger Baker

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The last of the three great all-time rock'n'roll drummers next to Keith Moon and John Bonham, Ginger Baker passed away on October 6 at the age of eighty. Alexis Korner's drummer in the early 60s, founded Cream in 1965, along with Eric Clapton and Jack Bruce and went on to the history of pop music as the first band that revolutionized rock music, and it was from the blues. Blind Faith was an intense but short period of more creativity, along with Eric Clapton, Steve Winwood and Ric Grech. Since then, in 1970, Ginger Baker was a really free musician. The Africa of Fela Kuti, the PIL's postpunk, the World Music, be-bop and avant-garde jazz, all this was an inspiration for a legendary musician, who was not only essential in the explosion of the late 50 London's blues-boom but it was a true and  decisive innovator of the drums technique. And the reality is that his great passion was jazz music.

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Tab Benoit
Chord-On-Blues
St. Charles, Illinois
July 12, 2003

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The Grateful Dead

The Dead & The Blues

Setlist:

01 Little Red Rooster (Howlin' Wolf)
02 Walkin' Blues (Robert Johnson)
03 Big Boss Man (Jimmy Reed)
04 How Long Blues (Leroy Carr)
05 Deep Elm Blues (Traditional)
06 CC Rider (Traditional)
07 Big Railroad Blues (Noah Lewis)
08 The Promise Land (Chuck Berry)
09 Smokestack Lightnin' (Howlin' Wolf)
10 Iko Iko (The Dixie Cups)
11 I'm A King Bee (Slim Harpo)
12 Nobody's Fault But Mine (Blind Willie Johnson)
13 One KInd Favor (The Grateful Dead)
14 Cumberland Blues (The Grateful Dead)
15 I'm A Hog For You Baby(The Coasters)
16 It Hurts Me Too (Elmore James)
17 Let It Rock (Chuck Berry)
18 Not Fade Away (Buddy Holly)
19 Next Time You See Me (Junior Parker)
20 Monkey And The Engineer (Jesse Fuller)
21 Sugaree (Jerry Garcia)
22 The Wight (Robbie Robertson)

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"VENENO"

FLAMENCO & BLUES

A 1977 SPANISH EXPERIENCE

Kiko veneno - spanish guitar, vocals

RAFAEL AMADOR - SPANISH GUITAR

RAIMUNDO AMADOR - SPANISH GUITAR

antonio moreno tacita - drums

pepe lagares - bass 

NOEL MUJICA - PERSUSSION

LUIS COBO MANGLIS - ACOUSTIC GUITAR ((track 3

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