#BoG is regarded by some fans and critics as Hendrix's least important album. This may be a matter of personal taste and preference. An album may not appeal to a certain segment of an artist's following, it still may leave it's mark on music history. Such is the case with #BoG
The recording is clearly more rhythm driven and less Blues oriented. Working with different musicians - Billy Cox on
LONG PLAYER was the second album by the British rock group Faces. Among the highlights are a live cover version of Paul McCartney's "Maybe I'm Amazed", the wistful "Richmond" and "Sweet Lady Mary", the rave-up "Had Me a Real Good Time" and the opening "Bad 'n' Ruin". "Maybe I'm Amazed" and "I Feel So Good" were recorded live at the Fillmore East, New York on October 11 1970.
"On this second
In 2013 C.C. released her first album, “Fortunate Woman,” a collection of original songs, plus two classic country covers. Next up was a year-long meditation on Neil Young’s tunes for her 2015 tribute album “Cowgirl in the Sand.” Both albums are Editors’ Picks at CD Baby and have gained her loyal followers around the world. 2018’s “So Far Away” is a collection of songs which informed her awakening
Ikenna: Welcome to UbuntuFM Mr. Bibb, and thank you for your time. You have quite a career spanning five decades, 36 albums, countless radio and television appearances and non-stop touring. How did you manage to do this? Are you able to condense this experience in a few lines and share it with our readers?
Eric: Looking back I, too, am amazed at the many miles I’ve travelled. The trick to
This album features a trio comprised of Eric and two stellar guests: JJ Milteau (harmonica) and Michael Jerome Browne (guitar, fiddle, banjo…) and, occasionally, a few more classy performers.
Migration Blues will certainly be considered one of Eric Bibb’s major albums as he was nominated for a 2017 Grammy in the 'best traditional Blues album' category.
"Blues is the creation of a people
Every now and then we stumble upon these hidden gems, diamonds in disguise…
Upon receiving new promos one first looks at the album cover, the title and then may decide to look at it later…
This happened to us upon receiving ‘Blues Etc…’ by Jimmy Bowskill & Carlos Del Junco.
Saturday Night Fish Fry's name is derived from a late 40's popular jump blues song, written by Louis Jordan and Ellis Lawrence Walsh. It is also namesake to popular dance events full of Rock 'n Roll, Rockabilly, Rhythm & Blues, Western Swing and Boogie-Woogie as is depicted on the CD cover.
'Stand up and jump to the Blues' might well be the subtitle or theme to this album.
In order to give, you've had to have.
It makes no sense to give, what you don't have.
It is sensible to give, share with others, what you have,
because in this way you make good use of the Source,
from which you have received...
From the Abundance of the Heart, that never runs dry.
In this sense, giving means adding, contributing.
In this sense, giving is receiving, not taking.
Second in command, the rear Admiral.
Who carried the legacy, who made us live alive again.
Who gave it all, full well knowing that,
Once you gave it all, you wouldn't have any problem,because you already had it...
For this deep feeling, wisdom
and knowledge about Life, Love and Truth,
We salute you...