Monday, June 27, 2016

The Blues Band 1995 Wire Less

Genre: Blues
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 01:08:01
Size: 155,62 MB

United Kingdom

If you are looking for talent over technology, then here it is: An amazing totally acoustic live set by The Blues Band, Paul Jones, Tom McGuinness, Dave Kelly, Gary Fletcher and Rob Townsend, stripping the Blues right back to basics.

Played in a ground-breaking venue, famed for its acoustics, previously the domain of the world's top Classical performers, the Snape Maltings at Aldburgh on Suffolk's wild sea coast, an 850 seat auditorium built in 1948 by composer Benjamin Britten (1913-1976) with his close friend, singer Peter Pears. The reserved Snape Maltings insisted on no amplification. No problem! The Blues Band's vast experience and repertoire came to the fore - and despite the absence of Bartok, Beethoven or Bach, the gig sold out!

Terrific tracks - real gems from the overlooked corners of blues history - such as Memphis Minnie's Frankie Jean , Bobby Bland's I'm Not Ashamed to Sing the Blues , the Mississippi Sheiks Sittin On Top Of The World , plus bonus tracks and 4 original compositions by Tom, Paul, Gary and Dave.

Detailed notes by writer Roy Bainton (who was there). Crystal clear, superbly mixed acoustic recording quality - with an exciting live ambience complimenting the mix of what was truly a memorable occasion. An innovative first for Snape Maltings, an inspired milestone for The Blues Band, and an unforgettable experience for the packed audience.


01 - San Francisco Bay Blues 03:08

02 - T. Nicey Mama 04:08

03 - Sitting On Top Of The World 03:55

04 - Room And Board 02:50

05 - D-Day Blues 03:57

06 - I Can't Stand The Rain 06:23

07 - Withering The Picks 02:31

08 - Sweet Temptation 04:22

09 - Stealin' Stealin' 03:45

10 - Stranger Blues 04:02

11 - Jitterbug Swing 03:31

12 - Told No Lies 03:58

13 - Alimony Blues 04:05

14 - Key To The Highway 03:24

15 - Frankie Jean 02:54

16 - I'm Not Ashamed To Sing The Blues 03:57

17 - They're Crazy About Me 03:14

18 - Too Young To Know 03:57

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