sexta-feira, 30 de julho de 2010

Bill Blue Band - Streetpreacher (1975 US Blues Rock)

ALTÍSSIMA RARIDADE!!
HIGH RARITY!!

BILL BLUE ERA O NOME REAL DO CARA CUJA CARREIRA, APESAR DE SER POUCO CONHECIDO, DURA MAIS DE 30 ANOS!! HOJE O CARA AINDA CONTINUA FAZENDO SHOWS EM KEY WEST, NA FLORIDA, LOCAL PRA ONDE SE MUDOU NOS ANOS 80!! O SOM DO CARA ERA UM BLUES ROCK DE QUALIDADE!! RARIDADE PURA E UM BOM E RECOMENDADO VENENO BLUES!!
When Bill Blue(Yup,that's his real name) went to Virginia to meet blues great Arthur(Big Boy) Crudup, writer of Elvis's first record "That's Alright Mama'', little did he know that he would go from a struggling out of work musician to being on the road with Big Boy on Bonnie Raitt first US tour. That started a career that has lasted over 30 years and taken Bill Blue to stages all over the world playing shows with the likes of ZZ Top, BB King, Bonnie Raitt, Allman Bros. ,Albert King, Albert Collins, Johnny Winter, Hank Williams Jr., Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley, John Prine just to name a few.

After releasing two albums "Indian Summer Blues" and "Street Preacher" on the Richmond, Va. based Feather Records, Bill signed with the prestigious Adelphi Records, one of the best blues labels in the US with worldwide distribution releasing "Sing Like Thunder" and "Giving Good Boy's A Bad Name". This gave him the exposure to play venues all over Europe and the US. After years of touring Bill moved to Key West, Fl in the 80's while still keeping an active touring schedule he became a mainstay playing all the Key West joints, Sloppy Joe's, Hogs Breath Saloon, The Green Parrot Bar and the Full Moon Saloon where he recorded the very popular live CD "Live On The Moon".

These days Bill has gone back to his roots playing acoustic get down blues on his collection of vintage acoustic and resonator guitars solo and with a trio at festivals in the US and Europe. As a New York Times reviewer said about one of Bill's shows in New York City "One moment you are laughing your butt off, and a few songs later you're crying in your beer; from a songwriter, you can't ask for anything more." (http://www.myspace.com/billblues)

01 - Captain 02:47
02 - Uptown Saturday Night 04:13
03 - Little Red Rooster 03:47
04 - Ain't It Funny 05:18
05 - Going Down The Road 03:15
06 - Know Yourself 03:42
07 - Some People Say 06:02
08 - Going To Georgia 03:51

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