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John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers with Gary Moore - So Many RoadsMontreux Jazz Festival 2008
Manday 7th July 2008
Special Guest Gary Moore
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Stevie Ray Vaughan at the 1989 Presidential Inauguration ConcertStevie Ray Vaughan at the 1989 Presidential Inauguration Concert for President Bush. With Albert Collins and Jimmie Vaughan. Check out the SRV Archive at http://www.srvarchive.com.
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Albert King & Stevie Ray Vaughan - Blues Jam Session-- Hail To The Blues Jam & Suck My Guitar! --
Albert King & Stevie Ray Vaughan - in Blues Jam Session
December 6, 1983. Hamilton, Ontario Canada.
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Blues-rock favorites, compilation of 8 more songs- Part 5Mix of live and studio versions of songs from some favorite blues-rock artists and vocalists. All videos already available on YouTube. I have no financial interests in posting this video.
For list of songs, click "Show More" below:
00:00" The Thrill Is Gone - BB King, Eric Clapton, Robert Cray, Jimmie Vaughan & friends - Guitar Crossroads Toyota Park, Chicago 2010.
11:00" No Medicine Like The Blues - Buck 69.
19:49" Trouble At Home - Gary Moore- Rare performance Sofia, Bulgaria 2007.
25:24" Rocking Chair Blues - Isaac Scott.
35:16" I´ll Take Care Of You- Joe Bonamassa and Beth Hart - Live NY Beacom Theater 2011.
40:49" All Over Again - The Stumble. [Original lyrics by B.B. King]
51:48" Mary Had a Little Lamb - Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble - Austin City Limits 1989.
57:31" A Soul That's Been Abused - Ronnie Earl feat. Duke Robillard.
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Joe Bonamassa - "I'll Play The Blues For You" - Live At The Greek Theatre► FREE ALBUM DOWNLOAD - http://goo.gl/9oI018
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Deep Purple - Machine Head (Full Album 1997 Remastered Edition) - YouTube
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The Allman Brothers Band - Full Concert - 09/23/70 - Fillmore East (OFFICIAL)The Allman Brothers Band - Full Concert
Recorded Live: 9/23/1970 - Fillmore East (New York, NY)
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0:00:00 - Don't Keep Me Wonderin'
0:04:06 - Dreams
0:13:55 - Whipping Post
Gregg Allman - organ, vocals
Duane Allman - guitar, vocals
Dickey Betts - guitar, vocals
Berry Oakley - bass, vocals
Butch Trucks - drums
Jai Johanny Johanson - drums
Tom Doucette - harp
On this date, Bill Graham assembled a stellar roster of bands to participate in the filming of a television special called Welcome To The Fillmore East for broadcast on educational channels. Short sets were filmed by the Byrds, the Elvin Bishop Group, Sha-Na-Na, Van Morrison, and the Allman Brothers Band, as well as behind-the-scenes footage of Bill Graham and the Fillmore East staff at work.
The Allman Brothers performance is nothing short of spectacular and features the original lineup that included Duane Allman and Berry Oakley. Recorded six months prior to the legendary Live At Fillmore East double album set, this performance captures the Allman Brothers when they were a relatively new band, full of youthful passion and performing what would become classic original material when it was fresh and new.
Following Bill Graham's introduction, they kick things off with a tight performance of "Don't Keep Me Wonderin'," which features the band's friend, Tom Doucette, blowing harp over the group's trademark sound. Gregg's vocal is barely audible, but it's obvious the group is full of fire. "Dreams," which follows, slows things down a bit and the group establishes a relaxed groove that showcases their trademark sound, blending elements that would eventually come to define "Southern Rock."
They hit their stride on the next number, Dickey Betts' "In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed." Here, the dual guitar attack of Allman and Betts is astounding. The two guitarists intertwine and synchronize in a manner nothing short of telepathic, creating a melting pot seasoned with elements of jazz, rock, country, and blues into a style utterly their own. The set ends with a ferocious take of "Whipping Post" that features outstanding melodic bass playing from Berry Oakley, with both Duane Allman and Dickey Betts soaring over the propulsive rhythm section. Shorter than the expansive versions that would develop in coming months, this is all the more fascinating for it, as they compress an incredible amount of energy into the time allotted.
Time constrictions and vocal microphone malfunctions aside, this is still a fascinating performance. This original lineup of the band was certainly one of the most innovative and captivating bands to ever play the Fillmore.
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Stevie Ray Vaughan - Texas Flood (from Live at the El Mocambo)Music video by Stevie Ray Vaughan performing Texas Flood. © 1991 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment
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B.B. King, Jeff Beck, Eric Clapton, Albert Collins & Buddy Guy in Apollo Theater 1993 Part 2B.B. King, Jeff Beck, Eric Clapton, Albert Collins & Buddy Guy/ "Sweet Little Angel", "Let The Good Times Roll" - Apollo Theater 1993 Part 2
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Santana - Full Concert - 08/18/70 - Tanglewood (OFFICIAL)Santana - Full Concert
Recorded Live: 8/18/1970 - Tanglewood (Lenox, MA)
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0:00:00 - Batuka / Se A Cabo
0:07:38 - Black Magic Woman
0:13:19 - Oye Como Va
0:17:51 - Incident At Neshabur
0:23:25 - Toussaint L'Overture
0:28:25 - Evil Ways
0:32:53 - Hope You're Feeling Better
0:37:31 - Treat
0:44:04 - Savor / Jingo
0:53:42 - Soul Sacrifice
1:06:53 - Gumbo
1:11:34 - Persuasion
Carlos Santana - guitar, vocals
Gregg Rolie - keyboards, piano, lead vocals
David Brown - bass
Michael Shrieve - drums
Jose "Chepito" Areas - percussion, conga, timbales
Mike Carabello - percussion, conga, vocals
Recorded just over a year after Santana played its historic Woodstock Music & Art Fair performance, the band was fast becoming one of the biggest in the world. They were about to release their second album, Abraxas, and were riding high on the heels of three hit songs from their debut album and a new Top 10 hit, a cover of Fleetwood Mac's "Black Magic Woman."
A year earlier - in fact only a few days before the Woodstock Festival - Bill Graham staged the first of several concerts billed as "The Fillmore at Tanglewood." Tanglewood is the summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, and the storied venue had just begun to experiment with staging contemporary concerts on their grounds. Staging a rock concert in a classical venue had yet to be done, so of course the concept of doing so excited Graham. He brought the full-scale Fillmore East production team in, including the Joshua Light Show, and booked a great lineup. This first concert featured B.B King, Jefferson Airplane and The Who, and drew the largest crowd that Tanglewood had ever seen by far.
Buoyed by the event's success, Tanglewood and Graham agreed to stage three similar dates in 1970. The last of these is this show, when Santana headlined after The Voices of East Harlem and the legendary Miles Davis had played (you can hear Mile's set here).
This historic and beautifully recorded performance features a smoking performance by Santana in the last year of their classic lineup, before a young Neal Schon joined the band. We think you'll agree it's an incredible performance by a great band in their prime.
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Peter Greens Fleetwood Mac Live 1968-70All live footage I could find of Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac 68-70
0:00 Shake Your Money Maker - Droitwich Blues Festival - 2nd Sept 1968
2:40 Homework - French TV - 27th Nov 1968
6:00 My Baby's Sweet - French TV - 27th Nov 1968
9:56 My Baby's Gone - French TV - 27th Nov 1968
13:16 Something Inside Of Me [excerpt] - San Francisco Fillmore West - Jan 1969
14:12 Oh Well - Music Mash - 10th Sept 1969
16:48 Like Crying - Music Mash - 10th Sept 1969
19:05 Albatross [excerpt] - Essen Germany - 9th Oct 1969
20:25 I'm Worried - Norway Oslo Njardhallen - 3rd Nov 1969
24:30 Like It This Way - Norway Oslo Njardhallen - 3rd Nov 1969
28:24 World Keep On Turning - Norway Oslo Njardhallen - 3rd Nov 1969
32:30 Rattlesnake Shake - Norway Oslo Njardhallen - 3rd Nov 1969
39:11 Rattlesnake Shake - Los Angeles Playboy after Dark - 8th Jan 1970
41:40 Coming Your Way [excerpt] - Los Angeles Playboy after Dark - 8th Jan 1970
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The Marshall Tucker Band - Can't You See - 9/10/1973 - Grand Opera House (Official)The Marshall Tucker Band - Can't You See
Recorded Live: 9/10/1973 - Grand Opera House - Macon, GA
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Lynyrd Skynyrd - Free Bird (Live August 21st, 1976)... well just found that clip on a hard disk - not sure about the location and when it was recorded (@edit: Knebworth fair show in Hertfordshire England August 21st, 1976) - but nearly the original Skynyrd lineup from 1976 with Ronnie van Zandt, Allen Collins, Gary Rossington, Leon Wilkenson, Artimus Pyle, Steve Gaines (plus Billy Powell) - most of them are in Heaven - RIP all, you guys were so great!
Please note: If this clip has been released officially, please drop me a line and it'll be removed at once. Thanks in advance.
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John Lee Hooker, Carlos Santana and Etta James - Full Concert - 07/18/86 (OFFICIAL)John Lee Hooker, Carlos Santana and Etta James - Full Concert
Recorded Live: 7/18/1986 - Fillmore Auditorium (San Francisco, CA)
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0:00:00 - Bill Graham Intro
0:01:14 - Blues Boogie Jam
0:08:36 - Something's Got A Hold On Me
0:16:11 - Tell Mama
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Joe Bonamassa @ Pinkpop 2014Landgraaf 7,8 en 9 juni 2014
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Allman Brothers Band with Eric Clapton (19 March 2009)Live At Beacon Theatre New York, NY
Gregg Allman – Hammond B3 organ / piano / vocals
Butch Trucks – drums
Jaimoe – drums
Warren Haynes – guitar / vocals
Derek Trucks – guitar
Oteil Burbridge – bass
Marc Quinones – percussion
Eric Clapton – guitar / vocals
Susan Tedeschi – vocals
Danny Louis – piano
On 19 March, Eric Clapton joined the Allman Brothers Band on stage at The Beacon Theatre in New York City for the first of two historic guest appearances. Other guests that evening were Susan Tedeschi and Danny Louis of Gov't Mule.
02. Key To The Highway
04. Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad
05. Little Wing
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Tedeschi Trucks Band - "Midnight in Harlem" (Live on eTown)Tedeschi Trucks Band delivers a jaw-dropping performance of "Midnight In Harlem" during a live radio show taping for eTown. The audio is crystal clear, and Derek Trucks' guitar solo is amazing!
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Stevie Ray Vaughan Tin Pan Alley (with Johnny Copeland)SRV - Live At Montreux 1985
Tin Pan Alley
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Stevie Ray Vaughan - Lenny (from Live at the El Mocambo)Music video by Stevie Ray Vaughan performing Lenny. (C) 1991 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment
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Robert Cray - Live in Concert 2008http://robertcray.com/
00:26 - 1. Phone Booth
05:26 - 2. Our Last Time
12:00 - 3. Right Next Door (Because Of Me)
18:38 - 4. Bad Influence
22:54 - 5. Twenty
29:58 - 6. Time Makes Two
37:18 - 7. Sittin' On Top Of The World
41:45 - 8. I'm Walking
Robert Cray - vocals, guitar
Jim Pugh - keyboards
Karl Sevareid - bass
Kevin Hayes - drums
Robert Cray - Live in Concert 2008