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  • Your Complete Guide to the Chica
    Raw Live at Sunbanks Rob Blaine Rob Blaine s Big Otis Blues Latvian Blues Band Unreal Various Artists Louisiana Swamp Stomp Little Al Thomas Not My Warden Rockin Johnny Band Now s The Time Junior Wells The Aces Live in Boston 1966 Chris Cain So Many Miles Mavis Staples You Are Not Alone Floyd McDaniel with Dave Specter The Bluebirds West Side Baby Reverend Raven the Chain Smokin Altar Boys Shake Your Boogie Eddie Vaan Shaw Naked Anders Osborne American Patchwork James Cotton Giant Chris James Patrick Rynn Gonna Boogie Anyway Robin Rogers Back in the Fire Buddy Guy Living Proof Kenny Neal Hooked on Your Love Jimmy Dawkins Various Artists The Leric Story Dave Specter Spectified Harper Stand Together Rick Simcox the ToneQuesters Treat You Baby Charlie Musselwhite The Well Rob Stone Back Around Here Bob Corritore Friends Bob Corritore and Friends Harmonica Blues Ron Hacker the Hacksaws Burnin John Nemeth Name The Day Mississippi Heat Let s Live It Up Dave Weld The Imperial Flames Burnin Love Pinetop Perkins Willie Big Eyes Smith Joined At The Hip Chainsaw Dupont The Real Guitar Hero Chainsaw Dupont Acoustified Electrified Jimmy Warren Band No More Promises Peter Karp Sue Foley He

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  • Your Complete Guide to the Chica
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  • 2008 CD reviews directory/archive
    Liz Mandeville Red Top Pat Smillie Band Down by the River Byther Smith Blues on the Moon Scott Ellison Ice Storm Muddy Waters All Night Long Live Magic Slim The Essential Magic Slim Robin Rogers Treat Me Right Pinetop Perkins Pinetop Perkins and Friends Tail Dragger My Head Is Bald Live at Vern s Friendly Lounge Roomful of Blues Raisin A Ruckus Michael Burks Iron Man Janiva Magness What Love

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  • Photo Gallery--Chicago Blues
    CD DVD Live Shows PHOTOS CONTACT PHOTOS PHOTO GALLERY BY JENNIFER WHEELER a k a Lady Blues Click on the link below to visit our MySpace page and then click on the View my Pics link underneath our logo www

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  • MUDDY WATERS & THE ROLLING STONES, Checkerboard Lounge -- Live Chicago 1981, DVD review
    Lee was joined there by guitarists John Primer whose vocal number is relegated to the DVD s bonus footage and Rick Kreher harpist Mojo Buford bassist Earnest Johnson and drummer Ray Allison Buford introduces Muddy his set opening with a relaxed take of Jimmy Reed s You Don t Have To Go before he digs into a luxurious Country Boy slathered in his slashing slide guitar Midway through a romping Baby Please Don t Go Muddy calls Jagger up Richards and Wood soon following by tromping right down the middle of the long table in front of the stage somehow they avoid kicking over anyone s drink Richards lugs his own half full whiskey bottle with him The father son warmth between Muddy and Mick is apparent from the get go Jagger struts smiles and trades lyrics with his hero as though they d done it forever Four guitars is usually a couple too many for any stage to hold especially one as small as the Checkerboard s but everyone manages to pretty much stay out of one another s way as Muddy and his once in a lifetime expanded band strut through Hoochie Coochie Man an impassioned Long Distance Call and the anthemic Mannish Boy Waters and Jagger step down and leave things in Junior Wells capable hands for a rollicking Got My Mojo Working He in turn hands the ball off to Guy for a jumping Next Time You See Me full of fleet fingered guitar histrionics that threaten to careen out of control once or twice Rail thin and impeccably attired Lefty Dizz the self proclaimed Clown Prince of the Blues gets his turn in the spotlight next on a lengthy One Eyed Woman There s no denying his energy but he s seriously out of tune

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  • Big Shoes: Walking and Talking The Blues, DVD & CD, by Robert Mugge with the Scissormen
    Ballroom and Tavern in Cleveland Or how about an impromptu juke joint show at the Key Palace in Redkey Indiana or some Delta slide guitar lessons at the classic Indy club The Slippery Noodle This is a road trip movie with a lot of great pit stops and some very cool people to meet along the way These are real people who help fill in some of the blanks in the blues history books set to a background boogie of some wild Delta slide guitar as the Scissormen invite us to hop in and ride along Make sure you fasten your seat belt We meet Terry Stewart CEO of the Rock n Roll Hall Of Fame in Cleveland for a look at some vintage guitars once strummed slammed and often splintered by blues guitar greats like Big Bill Broonzy Leadbelly and Lonnie Smith inventor of the single string guitar solo We find out what was in Howlin Wolf s battered old suitcase and why he carried it with him everywhere he went Charlie Noble owner of the classic Key Palace club in Redkey shows off the replicas of Mississippi shanty houses he built with more modern accoutrements where the musicians spend the night after they sweat their sets He used to live in Chicago and fell in love with blues and jazz there so he moved to Redkey and set up his own club to help bring the music to a wider audience Editor s note Charlie has since passed away and these discs are dedicated to him When they visit Gennet Records in Richmond Indiana where some of the earliest jazz and blues recordings were captured the boys have to shovel some snow away to see plaques laid in the ground honoring many of the artists who have come

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  • JJ Grey & Mofro, Brighter Days DVD-CD review
    and Mofro share with the audience there is a deeper subtext which is the story of Grey s inspiration and his bond with the beloved North Florida clay he calls home As Grey relates I was born right here in north Florida where the swamp meets the ocean meets the country I love where I live and I love the people I grew up around I want to tell the story about these people I grew up around Grey s ability to transform these simple human stories into compelling art is a rare talent and Grey has few peers Beautifully filmed and directed by Spookie Daly Brighter Days is visually stunning featuring adept editing of the multiple cameras used in filming the experience is actually better than sitting in the front row with the viewer sharing backstage and onstage moments like they were part of the band The quality and seamlessness of the presentation is reminiscent of the best concert documentaries Grey is served beautifully by the recollections of such luminaries as Derek Trucks and Alligator label head Bruce Iglauer with interviews that allow us an insider s view of Grey s creative process Kicking off with the song War Grey and Mofro run through a set list that spans Grey s career Mofro once an austre unit steeped in the rhythms and moods of the swamp has evolved over time into a full fledged soul band complete with a horn section and Hammond B3 The weight of this instrumentation might overwhelm a lesser artist but Grey is able to channel them into the same deeply rooted essence that he breathes into his singing and songwriting Band members are Anthony Cole drums Art Edmaiston sax Anthony Farrell organ piano Dennis Marion trumpet Todd Smallie bass Andrew Trube guitar The pacing

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