Walter Daniels Live

Tuesday December 31st, 2013
by Blind Carre
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Interview with Walter Daniels

Interview with Walter Daniels Walter Daniels (Chicago, Illinois, USA, 1966) is a harmonica genius, pioneer in the use of feedback. He introduced this instrument into some music styles where it had never been used before. With over 20 years of experience, he has played with and for numerous musicians and bands around the world. Here
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John Fahey - The Dance of Death & Other Plantation Favorites 1967 Cover

Thursday August 22nd, 2013
by Blind Carre

John Fahey: The Dance of Death & Other Plantation Favorites

John Fahey: The Dance of Death & Other Plantation Favorites The Dance of Death & Other Plantation Favorites (Takoma Records, 1964) is the third album recorded by American guitarist and composer John Fahey in 1964. Some summer days like these, from 22 to 24 August, just 49 years ago, John Fahey entered the studio to record his third album. The
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Freddie Spruell: Muddy Water Blues Disc

Wednesday August 14th, 2013
by Blind Carre

Freddie Spruell

Freddie Spruell Freddie Spruell (1893 – 1956) was an American singer and blues guitarist, regarded as the first to record the Delta Blues style. Freddie Spruell, also known as Papa Freddie or Mr. Freddie, is considered the first bluesman to record the Delta Blues style, or one of the first to record
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Miles Davis: Ascenseur pour l’échafaud Cover

Tuesday July 23rd, 2013
by Blind Carre

Mile Davis: Lift to the Scaffold (OST)

Mile Davis: Lift to the Scaffold (OST) Mile Davis: Lift to the Scaffold, OST (Fontana, 1958). French film director and screenwriter Jean-Paul Rappeneau, jazz lover, and Louis Malle‘s collaborator at that moment, suggested him ask Miles Davis whether he would like to create the music for his next film, Ascenseur pour l’échafaud. Davis felt better in France
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Sylvester Weaver

Thursday July 18th, 2013
by Blind Carre
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Sylvester Weaver

Sylvester Weaver Sylvester Weaver (1896 – 1960), was the first blues man to record using the slide guitar style, and pioneer of country blues. He was born in the Smoketown neighbourhood, Louisville, Kentucky, though his family came from Mississippi. On October 24, 1923, he recorded in New York City with blues singer
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Neil Young: Dead Man OST Cover

Thursday July 11th, 2013
by Blind Carre

Neil Young: Dead Man (OST)

Neil Young: Dead Man (OST) Neil Young: Dead Man, OST (Vapor Records, 1995). When Jim Jarmusch had already edited his new film, Neil Young shut himself in a recording studio (Mason St. Studios, SF, CA with “Le Mobile”), and began to improvise with his guitar while watching the movie images. And so came to a
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Richard Rabbit Brown LP

Wednesday July 3rd, 2013
by Blind Carre

Richard “Rabbit” Brown

Richard “Rabbit” Brown Richard “Rabbit” Brown (1880 – 1937), was an American blues guitarist and composer. Both birth and death dates are approximations, as it happens with many other musicians of his time and environment, there is no many details about his life. Also believed to be born in a rural area of
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Deep Blues Festival 2013

Wednesday June 26th, 2013
by Blind Carre

Deep Blues Festival 2013

Deep Blues Festival 2013 Guadalupe Plata & Walter Daniels at Deep Blues Festival 2013Guadalupe Plata increasingly enjoy a more forcefully, rapture, hypnotism if it’s preferred, and wilder performance on live, as the old Bluesman made in Mississippi style. There is no doubt at all about the talent of the band, with its ups
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