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20 de nov de 2016

Freddie King -


King's last Shelter album was his most elaborately produced, with occasional string arrangements and female backups vocals, although these didn't really detract from the net result. Boasting perhaps heavier rock elements than his other Shelter efforts, it was characteristically divided between blues standards (by the likes of Willie Dixon and Elmore James), Leon Russell tunes, and more R&B/soul-inclined material by the likes of Ray Charles and Percy Mayfield. It's been reissued, along with his other Shelter albums, on the King of the Blues anthology.



Musicians:
Backing Vocals – The O'Niell Twins
Bass – Carl Radle
Cover [Painting & Design] – Jim Franklin 
Drums – Chuck Blackwell, Jim Keltner
Engineer – John Fry, John LeMay
Guitar – Don Preston 
Guitar, Vocals – Freddie King
Mastered By – Wally Traugott
Photography By [Liner] – Les Blank
Piano, Organ – Rev. Patrick Henderson
Piano, Producer, Mixed By – Leon Russell

4 de jul de 2016

72 Blues - Southern Fried


72Blues, is a Detroit, MI, USA based delta-electro rock n' blues band, paying homage to the great blues artists of the early 20th century. The band celebrates 'tradition' and 'authenticity' with their roots firmly planted in American heritage but saturate their blues with a stinging-sweat style of attitude and delivery, making the 72Blues sound - all their own. 72Blues deliver a blend of down south and signifying honky rawkin-blues; celebratin' old time traditional music, swing blues, delta blues, rock blues and nail it to the cross with original and contemporary sensibility. This mob of musicians hen peck and scuffle a devilish blend of country-blues, swamp-blues, gospel rhythms, cotton field chants, gospel-blues and prison-blues. Devil music meets Divine intervention you might say! 72Blues arrived with their highly acclaimed debut CD release 'Said I Would' of 2005, with 11 wickedly raw tracks streamed together seamlessly rejoicing in a 70 minute sinner's sermon. Followed by their sizzlin' 2006 single 'She Like The Fux, Like Electrolux' recorded in Melbourne, Australia and their latest 'Detroit Border City' EP recorded with legendary producer Jim Diamond of 'Ghetto Recorders Studio' in Detroit, Michigan'...




28 de jun de 2016

50 Years of RY COODER


Ryland Peter "Ry" Cooder (born March 15, 1947) is an American musician, songwriter, film score composer, and record producer. He is a multi-instrumentalist but is best known for his slide guitar work, his interest in roots music from the United States, and his collaborations with traditional musicians from many countries. Cooder's solo work has been eclectic, encompassing many genres. He has collaborated with many musicians, notably including Captain Beefheart, Ali Farka Touré, Eric Clapton, The Rolling Stones, Van Morrison, Neil Young, Randy Newman, David Lindley, The Chieftains, and The Doobie Brothers, Carla Olson & the Textones (both on record and in film). He briefly formed a band named Little Village. He produced the Buena Vista Social Club album (1997), which became a worldwide hit. Wim Wenders directed the documentary film of the same name (1999), which was nominated for an Academy Award in 2000. Cooder was ranked eighth on Rolling Stone magazine's 2003 list of "The 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time" (David Fricke's Picks). A 2010 ranking by Gibson placed him at number 32.





50 Years- The Very Best of Ry Cooder (1965-2015)







26 de jun de 2016

A. J. Croce - Soul, Blues & Jazz


Adrian James "A.J." Croce (born September 28, 1971 in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania) is an American singer-songwriter. He is the son of singer-songwriters Jim Croce and Ingrid Croce. Ron Goldstein and Peter Bauman of Private Music signed Croce to his first recording contract at age 19. He recorded two albums for Private Music: his self-titled debut, A. J. Croce, produced by T-Bone Burnett and John Simon, and That's Me in the Bar, produced by Jim Keltner, and featuring artists such as Ry Cooder, David Hidalgo, and Keltner himself. Croce is also the owner/operator of his own record label, Seedling Records.




20 de jun de 2016

4some Blues - Harmonica Blues Style


4some blues“ is an intercontinental quartet, formed in 2012, which presents itself with traditional blues and rhythm’n’blues and a dash of swing that is gonna make you wanna move and shake that tailfeather. The rhythm section of this formation is no other than the backbone of the legendary Vienna Mojo Blues Band: the longtime touring Swiss Dani Gugolz on the upright bass and the Viennese Peter Muller on the drums. Both also members of "The Blue Flagships", "Frank Muschalle Trio" and "R&B Caravan". Their groovy floor builds the perfect ground for the other musicians to blues and swing to it: Hannes Kasehs on the guitar is also from Vienna. The passionate blues-guitarist and singer is in the business for 20 years and has shared the stage with many stars such as Katie Webster, Louisianna Red or Christian Dozzler, just to name a few. The combo is completed by the Swiss Walt Baumgartner, blues harmonica Player and Singer, on the road with “Walt’s Blues Box”, "Acoustic Blues Drifter" and "Ray & friends". Their first CD with the band name "4some blues" as a working title of the album was recorded in may this year in Vienna at Peter's Homestudio. Andi Wingert after completed the CD with a fine taste for this our music - thanks to Peter and Andi for their great work. 11 Songs were selected, among 10 Covers also 1 song from Walter were finally selected.





8 de fev de 2016

Lester Butler - Harmonica Blues


Lester Butler (November 12, 1959 – May 9, 1998) was an American blues harmonica player and singer. He achieved fame as the singer and harmonica player for the Los Angeles, California, based blues roots band, The Red Devils. The Red Devils (originally known as The Blue Shadows) released one album, 1992's King King. It was produced by Rick Rubin on his Def American record label. The group featured drummer Bill Bateman (The Blasters), Dave Lee Bartel on guitar, Paul Size on lead guitar, Johnny Ray Bartel on bass, and pianist Gene Taylor. The Red Devils recorded 22 tracks with Mick Jagger in June 1992, produced by Rubin, though the tracks were not issued at the time (they have since cropped up on various bootlegs, and one track was officially released on a Mick Jagger compilation on Rhino Records in 2007). The band also backed actor and sometime musician Bruce Willis, when the action star performed at his Planet Hollywood clubs. 


The Devils also backed Johnny Cash on music that was not released until the country singer's death, on the boxed set Unearthed. Butler also played on Rancid's 1998 album Life Won't Wait. After the breakup of The Red Devils, Butler also fronted the band, 13, releasing one self-titled record on Hightone Records in 1997. The original members of 13 included Kid Ramos on guitar, James Intveld on bass, and Johnny Morgan on drums. The recorded release of 13 on Hightone Records and produced by Warren Croyle features Stephen Hodges and Johnny Morgan on drums, Tom Leavey and James Moore on bass, Andy Kaulkin on keyboards, Alex Schultz, Smokey Hormel, Paul Bryant, and Doug Hamlin on guitar. Butler achieved his greatest fame in Europe, especially the Netherlands, where the Lester Butler Tribute Band still performs. Butler died of an overdose of heroin and cocaine on May 9, 1998, in Los Angeles at the age of 38. Two of his friends were convicted in his death of involuntary manslaughter.







21 de jan de 2016

4 Jacks - Rock Blues



Anson Funderburgh, Big Joe Maher, Kevin McKendree, Steve Mackey. There's hardly enough room here to list the accomplishments of these 4 artists, only that the whole is even better than the parts. I know that's a pretty big claim but the music on this disc is all the proof one needs. Its just what you would expect from these top shelf musicians whose song writing and playing skills has the authenticity that few players can produce while still sounding fresh and vital. - amazon.com


18 de jan de 2016

3rd Avenue Blues Band


3rd Avenue Blues Band is one of those early 70s Blue-eyed jazz funk band like "Tower of Power", "Albert", ... This LP was recorded at IRI Studios, Dallas, Texas and contains wonderful soul funk tunes sang by the black singer Harold Jones. The best track is maybe the terrific funky "Come on and Get It" but this album includes some great remakes of Isley Brothers, Eddie Harris,...
 Style: Blue-eyed soul funk / Psychedelic funk








30 de out de 2015

All Blues'd Up - The Songs Of Led Zeppelin

Led Zeppelin: This Ain't No Tribute Series -- All Blues'd Up! is a collection of songs performed and sometimes written by Led Zeppelin. It seems like the idea of this tribute is to point out the band's obvious blues roots, but the approach isn't the most successful. The problem is that the use of many of the same musicians several times (Eric Gales and James Cotton especially) and the album's very modern approach cause much of the passion and emotion attached to these tunes to simply disappear. The album is too planned-out to evoke the down-and-dirty blues feel, and despite some excellent performances, this is sunk by its smooth production and studio gloss.

All Blues'd Up: Led Zeppelin album was released Jul 09, 2002 on the Compendia Music Group label. Recording information: Ardent Studsio, Memphis, TX; Chicago Recording Company, Chicago, IL; Dockside Studios, Maurice, LA. All Blues'd Up: Led Zeppelin music CDs Arrangers: Dave Smith ; Eric Gales. All Blues'd Up: Led Zeppelin songs Personnel: Chris Thomas King, Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown, Joe Louis Walker, Magic Slim, Matt Tutor, Alvin Youngblood Hart, Otis Rush, Eric Gales (vocals, guitar); Otis Clay (vocals); Michael Dotson, Criss Johnson, Jack Holder, Rico McFarland (guitar); Derek Trucks (slide guitar); Dave Smith (baritone guitar, drum programming); Carey Bell (harmonica); Kurt Clayton (clarinet, Fender Rhodes piano); Eric Demmer (alto saxophone); Jim Spake (tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone); Joe Krown (piano); Norris Johnson (Fender Rhodes piano, Clavinet, synthesizer); Al Gamble (Wurlitzer organ); Steve Potts , Alan Kirk (drums); Jason Latshaw (drum programming); Jackie Johnson, Jacquelyn Reddick (background vocals). Liner Note Author: Lisa Robinson. All Blues'd Up: Led Zeppelin CD music contains a single disc with 14 songs.



01. Trampled Underfoot  - Eric Gales 
02. Since I've Been Loving You  - Otis Clay 
03. Good Times, Bad Times  - Carl Weathersby 
04. Custard Pie (Revisited)  - Eric Gales, Derek Trucks, Matt Tutor 
05. Heartbreaker  - Alvin Youngblood Hart
06. When the Levee Breaks, Pt. 2  - Magic Slim, James Cotton 
07. Hey, Hey (What Can I Do)  - Chris Thomas King 
08. I Can't Quit You Baby  - Otis Rush, Eric Gales
09. Custard Pie  - Eric Gales 
10. When the Levee Breaks, Pt. 1  - Magic Slim, Billy Branch, James Cotton 
11. You Need Love  - James Cotton, Joe Louis Walker 
12. Rock & Roll  - Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown 
13. Bring It on Home, Pt. 1  - Robert Lockwood Jr. 
14. Bring It on Home, Pt. 2  - Robert Lockwood Jr.


26 de out de 2015

All Blues'd Up - The Songs of Janis Joplin


Another in Entertainment One’s This Ain’t No Tribute series, this one features 13 tracks associated with Janis Joplin done in blues style by veteran singers in the genre. Since everything Joplin recorded essentially came out of her own Texas roadhouse approach to love, life, and music, nothing here is a serious departure from what she did in the first place, but it’s nice to hear Joplin gems like “Ball and Chain” done by the great Etta James, “Piece of My Heart” in the Otis Clay version, and Taj Mahal's wonderful and inspired take on “Mercedes Benz.”

All Blues'd Up!: Songs Of Janis Joplin album was released Jun 14, 2011 on the Intersound label. Another in Entertainment One's This Ain't No Tribute series, this one features 13 tracks associated with Janis Joplin done in blues style by veteran singers in the genre. Since everything Joplin recorded essentially came out of her own Texas roadhouse approach to love, life, and music, nothing here is a serious departure from what she did in the first place, but it's nice to hear Joplin gems like "Ball and Chain" done by the great Etta James, "Piece of My Heart" in the Otis Clay version, and Taj Mahal's wonderful and inspired take on "Mercedes Benz." ~ Steve Leggett Tributee: Janis Joplin. All Blues'd Up!: Songs Of Janis Joplin CD music contains a single disc with 13 songs.



01.Try (Just A Little Bit Harder) - Cathy Richardson & Sugar Blue
02. Move Over - Tad Robinson
03. Ball and Chain - Etta James
04. Piece of My Heart - Otis Clay
05. Longin' - Friend'n Fellow
06. Me and Bobby McGee - Syl Johnson
07. What Good Can Drinkin' Do - Tracy Nelson
08. Maybe - Lonnie Brooks
09. One Good Man - Lou Ann Barton
10. Down On Me - Paul Black
11. Turtle Blues - Lynn Jordan
12. Get It While You Can - Koko Taylor
13. Trouble In Mind - Willie Kent
14. Mercedes Benz - Taj Mahal

22 de out de 2015

All Blues'd Up - The Songs of Eric Clapton


Eric Clapton has drawn so much from the blues -- a position he has admitted, endorsed, and never denied -- that it seems just a bit odd to see his songs (including songs he covered, like Robert Johnson's “Crossroads,” that have become Clapton songs in many people’s minds) translated back into a blues format when most of them were never far removed from the blues in the first place. Here we have it, though, versions of Clapton-associated songs done by blues veterans, including Carl Weathersby (“Lay Down Sally”), Buddy Guy (“Strange Brew”), Bo Diddley (he offers his own take on his own composition “Before You Accuse Me,” a song Clapton has played frequently in concert), and Honeyboy Edwards and James Cotton (they team up for a nice version of Johnson's “Crossroads”), and if it seems like one has heard all this before, well, that’s because Clapton did them.

All Blues'd Up: Songs of Eric Clapton album was released May 17, 2011 on the Intersound label. Eric Clapton has drawn so much from the blues -- a position he has admitted, endorsed, and never denied -- that it seems just a bit odd to see his songs (including songs he covered, like Robert Johnson's "Crossroads," that have become Clapton songs in many people's minds) translated back into a blues format when most of them were never far removed from the blues in the first place. All Blues'd Up: Songs of Eric Clapton music CDs Here we have it, though, versions of Clapton-associated songs done by blues veterans, including Carl Weathersby ("Lay Down Sally"), Buddy Guy ("Strange Brew"), Bo Diddley (he offers his own take on his own composition "Before You Accuse Me," a song Clapton has played frequently in concert), and Honeyboy Edwards and James Cotton (they team up for a nice version of Johnson's "Crossroads"), and if it seems like one has heard all this before, well, that's because Clapton did them. ~ Steve Leggett Tributee: Eric Clapton. All Blues'd Up: Songs of Eric Clapton CD music contains a single disc with 12 songs. 



01. Miss You - Larry McCray 
02. Blues Power  - Koko Taylor  
03. Wonderful Tonight  - Otis Clay  
04. Lay Down Sally  - Carl Weathersby 
05. Strange Brew  - Buddy Guy 
06. Before You Accuse Me  - Bo Diddley 
07. Roll It Over  - Joe Louis Walker (Feat. James Cotton) 
08. Crossroads  - Honeyboy Edwards (Feat. James Cotton) 
09. Old Love  - Otis Rush 
10. Too Bad  - Pinetop Perkins (Feat. John Hammond & Bob Margolin) 
11. Tears In Heaven  - Ann Peebles 
12. Layla - Eric Gales (Feat. Derek Trucks) 

18 de out de 2015

All Blues'd Up Series - The Song of The Rolling Stones (2003)


That the Rolling Stones built a long and illustrious career with the blues as a template is hardly any kind of revelation, and while Mick Jagger and Keith Richards developed into a pretty fair and often brilliant songwriting team, the Stones themselves never ventured too far from the Chicago blues model that brought them all together in the first place. It should come as no surprise, then, that when veteran blues players get their hands on a Rolling Stones song, it usually works out well. This set has several examples of this migration back to the blues, and some of them, like Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown's shakedown of “Ventilator Blues,” Otis Clay's stunning take on “Wild Horses,” and Johnny Copeland's guitar-dominated “Tumblin’ Dice” (it was Copeland's last recording before his death in 1997), are near definitive interpretations. This set is a perfect illustration that “whatever goes around, comes around.” ~ Steve Leggett, Rovi.

All Blues'd Up! Songs of the Rolling Stones album was released May 17, 2011 on the Intersound label. That the Rolling Stones built a long and illustrious career with the blues as a template is hardly any kind of revelation, and while Mick Jagger and Keith Richards developed into a pretty fair and often brilliant songwriting team, the Stones themselves never ventured too far from the Chicago blues model that brought them all together in the first place. All Blues'd Up! Songs of the Rolling Stones songs It should come as no surprise, then, that when veteran blues players get their hands on a Rolling Stones song, it usually works out well. All Blues'd Up! Songs of the Rolling Stones album This set has several examples of this migration back to the blues, and some of them, like Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown's shakedown of "Ventilator Blues," Otis Clay's stunning take on "Wild Horses," and Johnny Copeland's guitar-dominated "Tumblin' Dice" (it was Copeland's last recording before his death in 1997), are near definitive interpretations. This set is a perfect illustration that "whatever goes around, comes around." ~ Steve Leggett Tributee: The Rolling Stones. All Blues'd Up! Songs of the Rolling Stones CD music contains a single disc with 13 songs.


01. You Can't Always Get What You Want  - Luther Allison 
 02. Tumblin' Dice  - Johnny Copeland
 03. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction  - Junior Wells 
 04. Wild Horses  - Otis Clay
 05. Honkey Tonk Woman  - Taj Mahal
 06. Sway  - Alvin 'Youngblood' Heart 
 07. Ventilator Blues  - Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown
 08. Beast Of Burden  - Wendell Holmes, Sherman Holmes & Willie 'Popsy' Dixon
 09. Under My Thumb  - Lucky Peterson 
 10. Its All Over Now  - Bobby Womack 
 11. Midnight Rambler  - Larry McCray 
 12. Heart Of Stone  - Joe Louis Walker
 13. Moonlight Mile  - Alvin 'Youngblood' Heart

12 de out de 2015

Blues Power ~ Songs Of Eric Clapton


Although Blues Power: Songs of Eric Clapton contains a couple versions of blues standards recorded at one time or another by Clapton, it's mostly devoted to covers of Clapton compositions by blues veterans and relative newcomers alike (i.e., either influences on Clapton or artists who have been influenced by him). The performances are generally spot-on, but that's to be expected from an artist roster that includes Koko Taylor, Pinetop Perkins, Otis Rush, Bo Diddley, Buddy Guy, Larry McCray, and Eric Gales, among others.









4 de out de 2015

All Blues'd Up! - Songs of Bob Dylan


Um grande tributo... As grandes canções de Bob Dylan cantadas por monstros do Blues & Soul... Vale a pena!!!





1 It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry (Taj Mahal)
2 Gotta Serve Someone (Mavis Staples)
3 Lay Lady Lay(Isaac Hayes)
4 Everything Is Broken (R.L. Burnside)
5 Pledging My Time (Luther "Guiter Jr." Johnson and the Magic Rockers)
6 I'll Be Your Baby Tonight(John Hammond, Sr.)
7 Ballad of a Thin Man (James Solberg)
8 Million Miles(Alvin Youngblood Hart)
9 Watching the River Flow (Leon Russell)
10 Wallflower (The Holmes Brothers)
11 All Along the Watchtower(Larry McCray)
12 One Too Many Mornings The Band


1 de out de 2015

Paint It, Blue ~ Songs Of The Rolling Stones

The idea behind Paint It Blue: Songs of the Rolling Stones is such a simple, appealing one that it's a wonder that the record wasn't made before 1997. The Stones never made any secret of their debt to the blues, so it makes sense that their songs would sound good when performed by blues and R&B artists. That's the idea behind Paint It Blue -- contemporary blues and R&B artists sing some of the band's bluesiest songs. While some may quibble that the idea is a little too cute, the performances by Luther Allison ("You Can't Always Get What You Want"), Junior Wells ("(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction"), Taj Mahal ("Honky Tonk Women"), Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown ("Ventilator Blues"), the Holmes Bros. ("Beast of Burden") and Bobby Womack ("It's All Over Now"), among many others, are hard to argue with. It's a rock-solid record that confirms what great songwriters Mick Jagger and Keith Richards are.






14 de set de 2015

Eric Clapton & More Good Friends


Agora o palco fica pesado... Eric Clapton convida  Mark Knopfler, John Mayer, Willie Nelson, Tom Petty, Derek Trucks e Don White, para homenagear seu ídolo, J.J. Cale. Nada melhor para finalizar esta série de postagens de parcerias do Sir .Eric Clapton. 






11 de set de 2015

Eric Clapton & Wynton Marsalis


Subindo ao palco Sr. Wynton Marsalis.... Wynton Learson Marsalis (Nova Orleans, 18 de outubro de 1961) é um trompetista e compositor americano. Conhecido pela sua sisudez e seriedade ao tratar a música, é um músico polêmico. Diretor do Jazz at Lincoln Center em Nova Iorque, é considerado "embaixador da música americana" pelo seu profundo respeito e divulgação das tradições musicais. Começou na música muito cedo, tendo manifestado profundo interesse pelo jazz e pela música erudita. É considerado um dos maiores "virtuoses" do trompete atualmente. A lista de músicos com os quais já colaborou inclui Dizzy Gillespie, Arturo Sandoval, Herbie Hancock, Jack DeJohnette, Bobby McFerrin, entre outros. Só fera... E agora, Eric Clapton.




New York City’s premier jazz venue got the blues last April when Wynton Marsalis and Eric Clapton performed together in Rose Theater at Frederick P. Rose Hall, home of Jazz at Lincoln Center for two sold-out shows dedicated to vintage blues. The extraordinary collaboration, billed as Wynton Marsalis & Eric Clapton Play the Blues, paired these musical virtuosos with members of the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra as they brought to life a repertoire of songs selected by Clapton and arranged by Marsalis.

Wynton Marsalis (trumpet)
Eric Clapton (guitar, vocal)
Dan Nimmer (piano)
Carlos Henriquez (bass)
Ali Jackson (drums)
Marcus Printup (trumpet)
Victor Goines (clarinet)
Chris Crenshaw (trombone, vocals)
Don Vappie (banjo)
Chris Stainton (keyboard)

"This collaboration was a pure joy because Eric is about music. We didn’t have any pettiness or stupidity about anything small. It takes great courage to come to New York and learn 12 new arrangements in three days, front a band that you’ve never played with in a form of music you don’t normally play, play three concerts, and sing almost all of the material. Eric did this flawlessly, and after all of that he told me, “I’d rather play the rhythm parts than play any solos.” That’s why I love and respect him."

- Wynton Marsalis

8 de set de 2015

Eric Clapton & Very Good Friends!!!!


Eric Clapton matando as saudades do Cream, com Jack Bruce e Ginger Baker, além de dar uma duelada com Jimmy Page. Sonzeira.





ENJOY!!!!

5 de set de 2015

Eric Clapton & Otis Rush


Agora o Dr. Otis Rush sobe aos palcos para dedilhar sua guitarra com o Sr. Clapton. Otis Rush (Filadélfia, 29 de abril de 1934) é um cantor e guitarrista de blues americado. Foi considerado o 53º melhor guitarrista de todos os tempos pela revista norte-americana Rolling Stone. Rush é canhoto e usa a guitarra para destros simplesmente virada ao contrário, sem trocar o encordoamento. Com isso, a corda mais fina (E) fica em cima, e os bends têm que ser realizados para baixo, contribuindo para seu som distinto. Outros guitarristas que utilizam o instrumento dessa maneira são Albert King, Dick Dale e Edgard Scandurra. Dois shows muito bons registrados em CD...




09 July 1986 - Le Casino, Montreux, Switzerland (20-30)
10 July 1986 - Le Casino, Montreux, Switzerland (1-19)

Bass – Fred Barnes (tracks: 3-1 to 3-11)
Bass, Backing Vocals – Nathan East (tracks: 1-1 to 2-9)
Drums – Eddie Turner (3) (tracks: 3-1 to 3-11)
Drums, Vocals – Phil Collins (tracks: 1-1 to 2-9)
Guitar – Anthony Palmer (tracks: 3-1 to 3-11)
Keyboards, Vocals – Greg Phillinganes (tracks: 1-1 to 2-9)
Lead Vocals, Guitar – Eric Clapton (tracks: 1-1 to 2-9), Otis Rush (tracks: 3-1 to 3-11)
Vocals, Keyboards – Professor Eddie Lusk (tracks: 3-1 to 3-11)




Live In Montreux, Switzerland on July 10, 1986 

Bass – Fred Burns
Drums  – Eddie Turner
Guitar – Anthony Parker
Guitar, Vocals – Eric Clapton, Otis Rush
Keyboards  – Prof. Eddie Lask


ENJOY!!!!