WHEN BLUES MET ROCK chronicles the journey of electric blues from the old masters (slide-guitar saint Elmore James, Chicago harmonica hero Sonny Boy Williamson) to the younger generations of blues-rockers (Southern boys the Allman Brothers Band, Brit blues-boom kings the Yardbirds, West Coast wailers Canned Heat). The sound of the blues may change as it moves from James's Dust My Broom to Stevie Ray Vaughan's Pride and Joy, but the spirit remains the same.
The Paul Butterfield Blues Band. Comes in sturdy cardboard packaging made to look like a book of matches. Velcro clasp on bottom to keep cover closed. Repak' CD tray inside. CD package contains 20% recycled content with 20% post-consumer waste and is 100% recyclable.
Digipack is created to look like a matchbook comple with striker for the matches. The title tells IT all. Great representation of electric blues from the 1950S through the 1980S. A remarkably well done album featuring 16 of the greatest electric blues songs from over four decades.
Guns N’ Roses were so out of control, that the making of their debut album turned into a lengthy and expensive saga. Strange to think now that there was outrage in some quarters when they introduced acoustic guitars to the audience at Hammersmith Odeon (think Bob Dylan’s ‘Judas’ debacle when he went electric, but in reverse) on the Lightning tour. Though if their audience and critics were still clinging to the past, Metallica were marching purposefully forward to the beat of their own drum (toms and double bass drums, mostly), setting the spark to the flame of a genuine musical revolution
This article includes an overview of the major events and trends in popular music in the 1950s. Various genre in the First World, rock and roll, doo-wop, pop, swing, rhythm and blues, blues, Country music, rockabilly, and jazz music dominated and defined the decade's music. Rock and roll dominated popular music in the mid 1950s and late 1950s, and quickly spread to much of the rest of the world.
When Blues Met Rock - Студийный альбом от Various Artists. В альбом вошло 16 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 01:06:23. Bring It on Home to Me. 02:43.
Written by blues rock stalwarts Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman, ‘A Teenager In Love’ found itself in the UK charts three times over in June 1959. The biggest hit belonged to Kim’s dad Marty Wilde but Dion DiMucci launched a career off the back of this doo-wop beauty, hitting paydirt with ‘Runaround Sue’ and ‘The Wanderer’ and still mooching around today. Various versions have surfaced in the movies and on TV, sh-booming through Johnny Depp’s Cry-Baby and Patrick Swayze’s Roadhouse as well as appearing in Dennis Potter’s 50s pastiche Lipstick On Your Collar for the BBC. 81 Johnny Ace, ‘Pledging My Love’. Rock And Roll Music’ is a quickfire tribute to the form, a skidding, popping workout written by Berry and produced by the Chess brothers for their own leading blues label.
|1||–Elmore James||Dust My Broom|
|2||–Fleetwood Mac||Black Magic Woman|
|3||–The Animals||Bring It On Home To Me|
|4||–Canned Heat||On The Road Again|
|5||–The Yardbirds||I Ain't Done Wrong|
|6||–Van Morrison||T.B. Sheets|
|7||–Sonny Boy Williamson||Bring It On Home|
|8||–Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble||Pride And Joy|
|9||–The Paul Butterfield Blues Band||One More Heartache|
|10||–Mike Bloomfield With Al Kooper||Albert's Shuffle|
|11||–The Allman Brothers Band||Trouble No More|
|12||–Jethro Tull||A Song For Jeffrey|
|13||–B.B. King||The Thrill Is Gone|
|14||–Taj Mahal||Statesboro Blues|
|15||–Chicken Shack||I'd Rather Go Blind|
|16||–Johnny Winter||Be Careful With A Fool|