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The Blues. Godfathers and Sons (2003)

Добавил burgess 09.03.2015 в 20:17
Блюз. Крестные отцы и крестные дети (USA, 2003 г.)
 
Фильм режиссера Марка Левина из семисерийного цикла Мартина Скорсезе "The Blues".
 
Эта серия рассказывает про влияние блюза на соул, рок-н-ролл, психоделический рок и хип-хоп. Также в этой части уделено внимание истории знаменитой студии Chess Records, знакомой каждому ценителю блюза. Маршал Чесс, сын отца-основателя студии Леонарда Чесса, отправляется к тем местам в Чикаго, где прежде находилось здание студии и вспоминает те времена, когда он был лично знаком с Мадди Уотерсом, Хаулин Вулфом, Бо Дидли, Литл Уолтером и Коко Тейлор. Маршал Чесс вновь собирает коллектив музыкантов с психоделического альбома Мадди Уотерса "Electric Mud" для записи нового...
 
Director: Marc Levin
 
Format:
Video DivX, 1200 kbps, 720x480, 25 fps
Audio mp3, 192 kbps, 44100 Hz, Stereo
Size: 955 Mb, 1 hr 36 min
 
The Songs & the Artists
 
1. Jimmy Rogers - Chicago Bound (James A. Lane)
Jimmy Rogers (vocal, guitar); Muddy Waters (guitar); Little Walter (harmonica); Henry Gray (piano); Willie Dixon (bass); Elga Edmonds (drums)
Recorded Chicago, Illinois, January 7, 1954
 
2. Muddy Waters - Mannish Boy (Melvin London-Ellas McDaniel-McKinley Morganfield)
Muddy Waters (vocal); Little Walter (harmonica); Jimmy Rogers (guitar); Otis Spann (piano); Willie Dixon (bass); Francis Clay (drums)
Recorded Chicago, Illinois, May 24, 1955
 
3. Howlin' Wolf - Spoonful (Willie Dixon)
Howlin' Wolf (vocal, harmonica); Hubert Sumlin, possibly Freddy King (guitars); Willie Dixon (bass); Fred Below (drums)
Recorded Chicago, Illinois, June 1960
 
4. Buddy Guy - I Cry And Sing The Blues (Willie Dixon)
Buddy Guy (vocal, guitar); remainder of personnel unknown
Recorded Chicago, Illinois, July 1967
 
5. Jimmy Reed - Bright Lights, Big City (Jimmy & Mary Reed)
Jimmy Reed (vocal, harmonica); Mama (Mary) Reed (vocal); Lefty Bates (guitar); Unknown (bass); Earl Phillips (drums)
Recorded Chicago, Illinois, 1961
 
6. Howlin' Wolf - Evil /Is Going On/ (Willie Dixon)
Howlin' Wolf (vocal, harmonica); Otis Spann (piano); Jody Williams, Hubert Sumlin (guitars); Willie Dixon (bass); Earl Phillips (drums)
Recorded Chicago, Illinois, May 25, 1954
 
7. Little Walter - Key To The Highway (Bill Broonzy)
Little Walter (vocal, harmonica); Otis Spann (piano); Muddy Waters (slide guitar); Luther Tucker (guitar); Willie Dixon (bass); George Hunter (drums)
Recorded Chicago, Illinois, circa August 1958
 
8. Koko Taylor - Wang Dang Doodle (Willie Dixon)
Koko Taylor (vocal); Buddy Guy, Johnny "Twist" Williams (guitars): Gene Barge, Donald Hankins (saxes); Lafayette Leake (piano); Jack Meyers (bass); Fred Below (drums); Willie Dixon (background vocal)
Recorded Chicago, Illinois, December 7, 1965
 
9. Howlin' Wolf - The Red Rooster (Willie Dixon)
Howlin' Wolf (vocal-guitar); Johnny Jones (piano); Hubert Sumlin (guitar); Willie Dixon (bass); Sam Lay (drums)
Recorded Chicago, Illinois, June 1961
 
10. Koko Taylor - I Got What It Takes (Willie Dixon)
Koko Taylor (vocal); Walter Horton (harmonica); Lafayette Leake (piano); Buddy Guy, Robert Nighthawk (guitars); Jack Meyers (bass); Clifton James (drums)
Recorded Chicago, Illinois, June 30, 1964
 
11. Otis Rush - Walking The Backstreets And Crying (Sandy Jones, Jr.)
Otis Rush (vocal, guitar); Robert Lewis (guitar); Marty Sammons (piano); Harlan Terson (bass); Ray Stewart (drums); Gardner Burgess (trumpet); Willie Woods (trombone); Larry Weathersby (tenor sax); Willie Henderson Jr. (baritone sax)
Recorded at Chicago Blues Fest, Chicago, Illinois, June 9, 2001
 
12. Muddy Waters - /I'm Your/ Hoochie Coochie Man (Willie Dixon)
Muddy Waters (vocal, guitar); Little Walter (harmonica); Jimmy Rogers (guitar); Otis Spann (piano); Willie Dixon (bass); Fred Below (drums)
Recorded Chicago, Illinois, January 7, 1954
 
13. Lonnie Brooks - Feel Good Doin' Bad (Lee Baker)
Lonnie Brooks (vocal, guitar); Calvin "Vino" Louden (guitar); Stanley Banks (keyboard); Melvin Smith (bass); Richard King (drums)
Recorded at Koko Taylor's Celebrity, Chicago, Illinois, August 23, 2001
 
14. Bo Diddley - Diddley Daddy (Ellas McDaniel)
Bo Diddley (vocal, guitar); Little Walter (harmonica); Willie Dixon (bass); Clifton James (drums); Jerome Green (maracas); The Moonglows (backing vocals)
Recorded Chicago, Illinois, May 15, 1955
 
15. Magic Slim & The Teardrops - Talk To Me Baby /I Can't Hold Out/ (Elmore James)
Magic Slim (vocal, guitar); Michael Dotson (guitar); Danny O'Connor (bass); Allen Kirk (drums)
Recorded at Chicago Blues Fest, Chicago, Illinois, June 8, 2001
 
16. The Paul Butterfield Blues Band - Born In Chicago (Nick Gravenites)
Paul Butterfield (vocal, harmonica); Mike Bloomfield, Elvin Bishop (guitars); Mark Naftalin (organ); Jerome Arnold (bass); Sam Lay (drums)
Recorded 1965
 
17. The Paul Butterfield Blues Band - Shake Your Money Maker (Elmore James, adapted by Paul Butterfield)
Paul Butterfield (vocal-harmonica); Mike Bloomfield, Elvin Bishop (guitars); Mark Naftalin (organ); Jerome Arnold (bass); Sam Lay (drums)
Recorded 1965
 
18. Bob Dylan - Maggie's Farm (Bob Dylan)
Bob Dylan (vocals, guitar, harmonica); Frank Owens (piano); Bruce Langhorne, Al Gorgoni, Kenneth Rankin (guitars); Will Lee, Joseph Macho, Jr. (bass); Bobby Gregg (drums)
Recorded New York, New York, January 15, 1965
 
19. Public Enemy - Show 'Em Whatcha Got (Carlton Ridenhour-Eric Sadler-Hank Shocklee)
Chuck D (vocals); Flava Flav (vocals); Terminator X (lead & rhythm scratches); Hank Shocklee, Eric (Vietnam) Sadler (programming)
Recorded New York, New York; Roslyn, New York and Hempstead, New York, 1988
 
20. Common - Dooinit (Lonnie Lynn-James Yancey)
Common (vocals); Jay Dee (scratches)
Recorded Dearborn Heights, Michigan & New York, New York, 2000
 
21. The ElectriK Mud Kats A.K.A. /The Electric Mud Band/ - Mannish Boy (Melvin London-Ellas McDaniel-McKinley Morganfield)
Chuck D (vocals); Common (vocals); Kyle Jason (vocals); Pete Cosey (guitar); Phil Upchurch (guitar); Louis Satterfield (bass); Morris Jennings (drums); Gene Barge (sax); Johnny "Juice" Rosado (turntables); Ahmir "?uestlove" Thompson (percussion); Rahzel (beatbox); Kenny Siegal (guitar overdub)
Recorded Chicago, Illinois, New York, New York and Shokan, New York, 2002/2003
 
22. Etta James - I'd Rather Go Blind (Ellington Jordan-Billy Foster)
Etta James (vocals); Jimmy Ray Johnson, Albert Lowe (guitars); Carl Banks (organ); Dewey Oldham (organ, piano); David Hood (electric bass); Roger Dawkins (drums); Gene "Bowlegs" Miller (trumpet); Charles Chalmers, Aaron Varnell, Floyd Newman (saxes)
Recorded Muscle Shoals, Alabama, August 23, 1967
 
 
 

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Antoni Спам
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