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T-Bone Walker

T-Bone Walker sits in with Jazz At The Philharmonic (1966)

November 30, 1967 – producer Norman Granz touring all-star show “Jazz at the Philharmonic” stops at the Poplar Town Hall in London (UK). This year, the show presents T-Bone Walker, Dizzy Gillespie, Teddy Wilson, Louis Bellson, Clark Terry, Coleman Hawkins, àZoot Sims, àJimmy Moody, àBenny Carter and àBob Cranshaw. Some fine musicians yo don’t want […]

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T Bone Walker, John Mayer, Lonnie Brook, Gary Moore, Albert Collins, Stevie Ray Vaughan, B B King, Albert King, Paul Butterfield, Etta James, John Mayall, the Bluesbreakers, Roy Buchanan, Muddy Waters, The Rolling Stones, John Hammond, Taj Mahal, Big Joe Turner, Lucky Peterson. They are the “Blues Legends” performers selected among the 1124 Posts we […]

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R L Burnside, Buddy Guy, Junior Wells, John Lee Hooker, Robert Cray, Freddie King, Otis Rush, Eric Clapton, Luther Allison, Albert Collins, Clarence Gatemouth Brown, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Johnny Copeland, Albert King, Jeff Healey, B.B. King, T Bone Walker. They are the “Blues Legends” performers selected among the 1226 Posts we publish this month. Here, […]

T – Bone Walker joins BB King in Monterey (1967)

September 16, 1967 – B.B. King shares the stage with Melvin Moore (tp), Illinois Jacquet (ts), Duke Jethro (org), Lloyd Glenn (p), Sonny Freeman (d) and, on a couple of songs, special guest T-Bone Walker at Monterey Jazz Festival in Monterey, California

Reunited Cream starts the recording of ‘Royal Albert Hall London’…

Cream’s ‘Royal Albert Hall London’ is the live album of their reunion recorded on May 2, 3, 5and 6, 2005 and released on October 4, 2005 By Reprise. Track Listing : 1.I’M So Glad (Skip James) – 06:18 . 2.Spoonful (Willie Dixon) – 07:29 . 3.Outside Woman Blues (Blind Joe Reynolds) – 04:33 . 4.Pressed […]

The Allman Brothers Band record their first live album ‘At Fillmore…

The Allman Brothers Band’s ‘At Fillmore East’ is their first live album recorded on March 12–13, 1971 at Fillmore East in New York City and released in July 1971 by Capricorn Records. Track Listing : 1.Statesboro Blues (Blind Willie Mctell) – 04:17 . 2.Done Somebody Wrong (Clarence Lewis, Bobby Robinson, Elmore James[44]) – 04:33 . […]

We remember Memphis Slim

February 25, 1988 – Mr.Memphis Slim, American blues pianist & singer with a distinctive streak of white hair passed away in Paris aged 72. He is remembered.

Lou Rawls records his debut album : ‘Stormy Monday’ a.k.a.…

Lou Rawls’ ‘Stormy Monday’ is his debut album also known as ‘I’d Rather Drink Muddy Water’ recorded on February 5–12, 1962, with the Les McCann trio and released the same year by Capitol. Track Listing : 1.(They Call It) Stormy Monday (T-Bone Walker) – 03:45 . 2.God Bless The Child (Arthur Herzog, Billie Holiday) – […]

Blue, Stormy, It’s Monday After All

From ‘Stormy Monday Blues for the Count’ to ‘Blue Monday’ , we have mixed 17 ‘Mostly Blues‘ tunes around the theme of ‘Monday‘. It has Buddy Guy, T-Bone Walker, Fats Domino, Etta James and many more.

New-Year (Sentimental) Resolutions

From ‘I Will Follow Him’ to ‘I’m Gonna Leave You By Yourself’ , we have mixed 20 ‘Good Old Jazz and Blues‘ tunes around the theme of ‘What My Heart Is Going To Do‘. It has Nat King Cole, T-Bone Walker, Nancy Wilson, Robert Cray and many more.

Boys Get The Blues, Girls Too

From ‘Blues Boy s Tone’ to ‘Little Girl Won’t Quit’, we have mixed 18 ‘Strictly Blues‘ tunes around the theme of ‘Boys & Girls‘. It has Johnnie Taylor, Roosevelt Sykes, Memphis Minnie, John Primer and many more.