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    Daniel Givone and Pierre Tortajada - Just One for Babik 2011

    Only Givone could give this piece so very much power, swing, and emotion. Enjoy.



    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p1RhDXbUxAs&t=145s
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    An amazing rendition of “Classical Gas”. Mind blowing precise, flawless performance. The harmonics thrown in, headstock bend. I don’t know if I’ve seen a better performance on an acoustic guitar before..


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    Emmanuel Rossfelder - Recuerdos de la Alhambra 2004

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    Here Come the Mummies - Funky Little Baby 2010



    Inspired by this SNL skit.

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    Sam & Dave, “Sooth Me”

    Back when musicianship and emotion meant something….


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    Loudon Wainwright - Glad To See You Got Religion 1978

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    My favorite musical artist is Tim Bergling aka Avicii (RIP). One of his biggest hits, "Levels" samples this amazing tune by Etta James:


    https://youtu.be/OueyaMoUUt4

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elvis Is Alive View Post
    My favorite musical artist is Tim Bergling aka Avicii (RIP). One of his biggest hits, "Levels" samples this amazing tune by Etta James: https://youtu.be/OueyaMoUUt4
    I had this performance in my queue! It's from a Dallas TV show called The !!!! Beat. Clarence Brown was the band leader. He signed an LP when I saw him at Century Hall (we lived kitty-corner from the hall) in beer town.

    https://imgur.com/a/43DzQFS

    That was the closest I got to Jimi Hendrix (Billy Cox was Brown's bass player on this show).

    Otis Redding - Try a Little Tenderness/Respect 1967



    Crash site the next day in Lake Monona/Madison Wi. And yes, he wrote Respect.

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    Pirana - Spirit Of Zambezi 1972

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    Jack Dupree - Poor Boy Blues 1971



    "He was orphaned at the age of eight and sent to the Colored Waifs Home in New Orleans"

    "He was a cook in the United States Navy and was held by the Japanese for two years as a prisoner of war."

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Champion_Jack_Dupree
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Martellaro View Post
    Jack Dupree - Poor Boy Blues 1971

    ……"He was orphaned at the age of eight and sent to the Colored Waifs Home in New Orleans"

    "He was a cook in the United States Navy and was held by the Japanese for two years as a prisoner of war."

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Champion_Jack_Dupree

    Champ Jack, gotta love his lyrics…”Mama, move your false teeth, papa wanna scratch your gums."


    …And there are folks that think my rendition of “Dear P!nis” , (by R. Carrington) is risqué…..



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    Quote Originally Posted by optical24/7 View Post
    Champ Jack, gotta love his lyrics…”Mama, move your false teeth, papa wanna scratch your gums."


    …And there are folks that think my rendition of “Dear P!nis” , (by R. Carrington) is risqué…..


    We used to sing x-rated rock, especially when a brown bottle showed up. But yeah, he wasn't much of a lyricist. When I read that he was a Japanese POW, I had to dry my eyes, and listen a little closer to the music.
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    Marmalade - Suite: Judy Blue Eyes 1970

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    Thanks for posting this, Brother! I had the privilege of working with Sam and Dave many times over the years! In fact, Sam Moore is close friends with a dear friend of mine, Eddie Floyd. Eddie had a major hit with Knock on Wood (1966). He was with Stax and Atlantic Records, and wrote some material for many other artists, including Sam and Dave. He wrote a song he has given me permission to remake on my coming new CD with the group, I Aint Never Found A Girl! Eddie and Sam are neighbors, and they were to perform with us at the Carolina Beach Music Awrads show at Myrtle Beach last November. Unfortunately, a pending major storm disrupted their trip, but I am told they will be there this November at the Alabama Theater. We unfortunately lost Dave Prater to a terrible car accident in April of 1988. Eddie is 85, but can still Knock on Wood, and Sam is now 87! Eddie still says he is THE SOUL MAN. I can't wait to see and perform with these legends again!

    Thanks for posting this!
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    Jose Feliciano - The Thrill is Gone 1999



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    J. B. Hutto and The New Hawks - That's the Truth 1981

    Chicago blues.



    Jimmy Hall - That's The Truth 2015

    Southern Rock, rhythm, and blues.



    First heard Jim Hall on a progressive rock station in South Bend when their 2nd album was released (1972). Met him about 5 years later at Summerfest in Milwaukee.

    This is the song that had me dancing on the table.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RFOAM-xosDo
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    Brother I will see Jimmy in November. He is almost always with us at a major event at the Alabama Theater! I know he will appreciate your post!

    Warren

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    Sheryl Crow - All I Wanna Do 2017



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    Procol Harum - I Keep Forgetting 1975



    I appreciate the solo instrumentalist acknowledging the melody.
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    Eddie Boyd - Five Long Years 1965

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    Awesome, thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marySQ View Post
    Awesome, thanks.
    You are welcome. This next live performance may be of interest (wonderful camera work towards the end where the view is looking down over Dixon's right shoulder).

    Otis Spann Trio - Blues Don't Like Nobody 1966

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Martellaro View Post
    You are welcome. This next live performance may be of interest (wonderful camera work towards the end where the view is looking down over Dixon's right shoulder).

    Otis Spann Trio - Blues Don't Like Nobody 1966

    One notable aspect of the performance is the interplay between Spann and Dixon. Dixon's bass playing provides a solid foundation for Spann's piano and vocals, and the two musicians often engage in call-and-response exchanges that highlight their musical chemistry and improvisational skills. The camera work you mentioned, which provides a view over Dixon's shoulder, offers a unique perspective on the musicians' interaction and adds to the overall impact of the performance.
    Overall, the Otis Spann Trio's performance of "Blues Don't Like Nobody" is a masterful example of Chicago blues at its finest, and a testament to the enduring talent and influence of Otis Spann as a musician and performer.

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    For the Love of Money, The O’Jays

    The bass line on this song has been bouncing around in my head for a week now. For this performance, Curtis Teel is laying down the groove…


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    Quote Originally Posted by optical24/7 View Post
    The bass line on this song has been bouncing around in my head for a week now. For this performance, Curtis Teel is laying down the groove…
    Mostly live performances on Soul Train before '73. Look at that horn section! Even at scale not cheap. The mikes, engineers, technicians, a stage full of skilled and talented musicians, how much fun was that?

    Peter, Paul and Mary - Don't Think, Twice Its All Right 1975ish

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