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Old 03-14-2012, 06:48 AM   #221 (permalink)
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Johnny Copeland



March 27, 1937 July 3, 1997



Johnny Copeland

Johnny Clyde Copeland (1937 - 1997) - Find A Grave Memorial



Released: November 30, 1982

1. Everybody Wants A Piece of Me 2:59
2. Copeland Special 3:11
3. It's My Own Tears 4:53
4. Claim Jumper 3:36
5. Natural Born Believer 3:28
6. Cold Outside 4:01
7. Honky Tonkin' 5:09
8. Love Utopia 3:53
9. Don't Stop By The Creek, Son 4:06
10. Houston 3:35
11. I De Go Now 6:55
12. Excuses 3:31
13. Ngote 8:46
14. Kasavubu 5:33
15. Abidjan 3:37

(Featuring Stevie Ray Vaughan)

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Old 03-17-2012, 08:29 AM   #222 (permalink)
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Buddy Guy



Buddy Guy`s Legends

Bring `Em In



12 of the 13 tracks are covers of classic tunes including Bob Dylan's "Lay Lady Lay" and Bill Withers`s "Ain't No Sunshine".

Released / September 27, 2005

1. "Now You're Gone" (Curtis Mayfield, Joseph Scott)
2. "Ninety Nine and One Half" (Eddie Floyd, Steve Cropper, Wilson Pickett)
3. "What Kind of Woman Is This" (Buddy Guy)
4. "Somebody's Sleeping in My Bed" (Allen A. Jones, Bettye Crutcher)
5. "I Put a Spell on You" (Screamin' Jay Hawkins) (featuring Carlos Santana)
6. "On a Saturday Night" (Eddie Floyd, Steve Cropper)
7. "Ain't No Sunshine" (Bill Withers) (featuring Tracy Chapman)
8. "I've Got Dreams to Remember" (Joe Rock, Otis Redding, Zelma Redding) (featuring John Mayer)
9. "Lay Lady Lay (Bob Dylan) (featuring Anthony Hamilton and Robert Randolph)
10. "Cheaper to Keep Her/Blues in the Night" (Bonny Rice, Harold Arlen, Johnny Mercer)
11. "Cut You Loose" (Mel London)
12. "The Price You Gotta Pay" (Keb' Mo') (featuring Keith Richards)
13. "Do Your Thing" (Isaac Hayes)





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Old 03-22-2012, 06:02 AM   #223 (permalink)
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Gary Moore



April 4, 1952 / February 6, 2011

Gary Moore / Still Got The Blues



Released / March 1990

1. Moving On 2:39
2. Oh Pretty Woman 4:25
3. Walking By Myself 2:55
4. Still Got The Blues 6:10
5. Texas Strut 4:51
6. Too Tired 2:50
7. King Of The Blues 4:36
8. As The Years Go Passing By 7:43
9. Midnight Blues 4:57
10. That Kind Of Woman 4:30
11. All Your Love 3:40
12. Stop Messin' Around 3:52





It`s not copy and paste, I wrote it down as I read it off the back of my CD.



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Old 04-01-2012, 12:35 PM   #224 (permalink)
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I've been into jazz for a while, and I'm looking for some more underground stuff.

I have a lot of Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Ornette Coleman, John Zorn, etc.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Old 04-07-2012, 05:08 PM   #225 (permalink)
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I've been into jazz for a while, and I'm looking for some more underground stuff.

I have a lot of Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Ornette Coleman, John Zorn, etc.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Old 04-08-2012, 02:23 PM   #226 (permalink)
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Finally got round to listening to Miles Davis! Don't think it's the album that someone recommended to me on here (I'll keep a look out for that one though!). Really REALLY good! Me liking muchly!
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Here is one guy we found in New Orleans that has it together.

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Old 04-28-2012, 05:12 AM   #228 (permalink)
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Taj Mahal / Henry Saint Clair Fredericks



May 17, 1942

This self titled album is Taj Mahal`s debut, it was recorded in 1967 and released in August 1967.



1. "Leaving Trunk" (Sleepy John Estes) 4:51
2. "Statesboro Blues" (Blind Willie McTell) 2:59
3. "Checkin' Up on My Baby" (Sonny Boy Williamson) 4:55
4. "Everybody's Got to Change Sometime" (Estes) 2:57
5. "EZ Rider" (Taj Mahal) 3:04
6. "Dust My Broom" (Robert Johnson) 2:39
7. "Diving Duck Blues" (Estes) 2:42
8. "The Celebrated Walkin' Blues" (Traditional) 8:52

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Old 04-28-2012, 03:47 PM   #229 (permalink)
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I've been into jazz for a while, and I'm looking for some more underground stuff.

I have a lot of Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Ornette Coleman, John Zorn, etc.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Some underground and less famous jazz/blues artists are:

-Bill Cantos: piano and vocals..he does a lot of trio stuff. His music is pretty fresh and writes many original.
-Kristin Korb: bassist and vocalist, she used to be in L.A. but moved to Denmark about a year ago. She's influenced by Brazilian/Portuguese style and does a workshop there about once a year.
-Sheila Jordan is well known in the jazz world but is not as infamouse as Ella or Billie. She has a very unique/corky style. She has excellent nuances and expression in her sound.
-Blossom Deary. Classic jazz piano/vocalist. If you haven't heard her stuff before you might begin to listen and recognize it. A lot of places play her music because it's akin to Frank Sinatra feel. Fairly mellow.
-Gerald Clayton looks pretty young, but don't let that fool you. He has been nominated for many Grammys. Most of his stuff is trio. He plays the upright bass.
-Esperanza Spalding: another bass and vocalist. Very ecclectic, Latin/jazz infussion. Great music to listen to- very upbeat and expressive.

These are just a few suggestions. There are so many underground type artists in jazz. It's so fun to go hear some of the greats online or others in concert and be able to hear how they are influenced by different artsist in their style and interpretation.
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Old 04-28-2012, 03:56 PM   #230 (permalink)
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Fats Waller was a great pianist/composer during the 20s. His style of unique to that time. Check it out and see if you like his stuff. Here are some of his most famous titles "Honeysuckle Rose", "Ain't Misbehavin'" and "Squeeze Me". Hope this helps you in your search for great 20s music!
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