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Personnel: Pee Wee Crayton, Smiley Lewis, T-Bone Walker (vocals, guitar); Tiny Brown, Baby Davis (vocals); Ernest McLean, Walter Nelson (guitar); Luther Hill (saxophone); Clarence Ford (alto saxophone, baritone saxophone); Wendell DuConge, Gus Fontenette, Joe Harris (alto saxophone); Herb Hardesty (tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone); Lee Allen Orchestra, Joe Tillman, Charles Burbank, Oett Sax Mallard, Clarence Hall (tenor saxophone); Dave Bartholomew, Roosevelt Paul Brown, Frank Mitchell (trumpet); Waldron Frog Joseph (trombone); Joe Robichaux, Salvadore Doucette, Jr, Edward Frank, Fats Domino, Isidore Tuts Washington, Joe Gerard, Lawrence Cotton, Huey Piano Smith & the Clowns, Ray Charles (piano); Herman Seale, Earl Palmer, Cornelius Coleman, Willie Nettles, Oscar Moore (drums). Liner Note Author: Neil Slaven. Recording information: Hollywood, CA (09/??/1947-12/12/1955); New Orleans, LA (09/??/1947-12/12/1955). JSP's New Orleans Guitar compiles four CDs of performances by Smiley Lewis, Guitar Slim, and T-Bone Walker. It's hard to go wrong with these 102 recordings cut between 1947 and 1955. The tracks have been remastered, making the majority of this material sound great. Unlike other packages of this type, the liner notes are informative, listing personnel, dates, and a concise history without going on ad nauseam. As an extra bonus this is a budget-priced set, making it highly recommended, especially for the blues novice. ~ Al Campbell
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Personnel: Muddy Waters (vocals, slide guitar); Rosetta Hightower (vocals); Sam Lawhorn, Rory Gallagher (guitar); Carey Bell Harrington (harmonica); Seldon Powell (tenor saxophone); Ernie Royal, Joe Newman (trumpet); Garnett Brown (trombone); Steve Winwood, George Fortune (piano, organ); Rick Grech (bass); Mitch Mitchell, Herbie Lovelle (drums). Recorded at I.B.C Studios, London England. Originally released on Chess (60013). Includes liner notes by Andy Schwartz. Personnel: Muddy Waters (vocals, guitar, slide guitar); Rosetta Hightower (vocals); Rory Gallagher, Sammy Lawhorn (guitar); Carey Bell Harrington, Carey Bell (harmonica); Seldon Powell (saxophone, tenor saxophone); Ernie Royal, Joe Newman (trumpet); Garnett Brown (trombone); George Fortune, Steve Winwood (piano, organ, keyboards); Billy C. Wirtz (piano, organ); Herb Lovelle, Mitch Mitchell (drums). Liner Note Authors: Alan Schwartz; Andy Schwartz. Recording information: I.B.C. Studios, London, England (12/04/1971-12/08/1971); Record Plant, New York, NY (12/04/1971-12/08/1971). Unknown Contributor Roles: DZN; Mia Krinsky. Following in the footsteps of his fellow Chicago blues legend Howlin' Wolf, Muddy Waters journeyed across the big pond in 1972 to record an album with some of British rock's leading lights. Rory Gallagher, Rick Grech, Steve Winwood, and Mitch Mitchell were of the generation that had grown up loving Muddy's blues, and these sessions afforded them the opportunity to give something back to the man who had inspired them. The difference between the Brits' approach and the traditional Chicago style is immediately apparent, right down to the preponderance of very un-Chicago inside notes in Mitch Mitchell's drumming. However, the intent of these sessions was to put a new sheen on Muddy's music while not straying too far from its roots. In this respect, the album is a success. The horn section that appears on some cuts is far less incongruous than on the notorious MUDDY, BRASS & THE BLUES. A guitars
The entertainment world lost several legendary stars and a host of other men and women involved in the performing arts in 2011. Notables who died include Andy Rooney, Emmy Award-winning 60 Minutes commentator; Smokin' Joe Frazier, heavyweight boxing champion; rapper Heavy D; Jane Russell, Hollywood pin-up of 1940s and '50s; and movie legend Elizabeth Taylor. Obituaries of these and other performers and filmmakers, musicians and producers, dancers and composers, writers and others associated with the performing arts who died in 2011 can be found in this comprehensive reference work. For each, the date, place, and cause of death are provided, along with a career recap. Filmographies are given for film and television performers, and many photographs are included. Books in this annual...
Roaming free along the barrier islands of coastal North Carolina live wild horses known as Outer Banks ponies. They can be seen grazing on marsh grass along the shore by residents of Beaufort who are proud and protective toward their neighbors across Taylor's Creek. Summer visitors come to watch and photograph these ponies which have captured the hearts and imagination of horse lovers of all ages. In "Fifteenth Summer," people along the waterfront and on upstairs porches watch as volunteers attempt to rescue a foal in danger of losing its life. Sarah and Joshua Bowers watch anxiously as their grandfather, too, is suddenly in danger.
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