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21 de jul de 2010

Jerry Portnoy Down in the Mood Room

Fala galera e alucinados musicais, o Velho Lobo não aprende nunca, e como recebeu este presente do parceiro de alcatéia Cláudio vamos ouvir juntos prq enquanto posto vou ouvindo também.

Qto a não desistir tenho certeza que como disse ao Mercenário, blogueiros descontentes ficam denunciando os blogs de seus desafetos e por isso eles ficam de marcação com um ou outro mais do que uma máquina faria; só a delação sem prêmio seria capaz de uma perseguição tão eficaz sendo que os mesmos deletados aqui ou no seu se mantém em outros sem problemas.

Ao meu ver e pelo conhecimento que tenho de como funciona a estatística e a probabilidade, só se forçasse uma situação pra se repetir tanto, mas vamos indo e caso como disse a alcatéia saia do ar, enviarei email para os amigos que queiram com o novo endereço, não deixando exposto senão esses discípulos da inquisição delatariam antes de abrir o "lujinha".Jerry Portnoy was born in 1943 and grew up in the blues rich atmosphere of Chicago's famous Maxwell Street Market during the golden age of Chicago Blues. He began his professional career in the late 60's and since that time has performed, live and on television, to more people in more places than any other blues harmonica player.

During a career that includes six years as a member of the fabled Muddy Waters Blues Band, another six as leader of the Legendary Blues Band, four years at the head of his own band The Streamliners, and another four as a featured member of the Eric Clapton Band, he has maintained a constant touring schedule that has carried him to every state in the union and twenty-five foreign countries on five continents, with performances at the White House, Carnegie Hall, Radio City Music Hall, the Smithsonian, London's Royal Albert Hall, and at major jazz festivals worldwide, including the Newport Jazz Festival, the Montreaux Jazz Festival, the Warsaw International Jazz Jamboree, the Hawaii Pacific Jazz and Music Fair, and the Grande Parade du Jazz in Nice, France.

He has played on several Grammy Award winning albums while recording with a wide variety of artists, and was a Grammy Award nominee in 1997 for his work with the Muddy Waters Tribute Band. Television credits include appearances on Saturday Night Live, Soundstage, MTV, VH1, and the Disney Channel, as well as writing and performing original music for Sesame Street. In addition, he has lectured at the Berklee School of Music in Boston, and his definitive 3/CD instructional package, Jerry Portnoy's Blues Harmonica Masterclass, is widely regarded as the premier teaching tool for those wishing to learn the instrument. He now makes his home outside Boston, Massachusetts.
Personnel: Jerry Portnoy (vocals, harmonica); Duke Robillard (vocals, guitar); Bob Malone (vocals); Troy Gonyea (guitar);Mark Davis (mandocello, mandolin, fiddle); Doug James (bass clarinet, baritone saxophone); Gordon "Sax" Beadle (tenor saxophone); Steve Ramsay (drums).

Tracks:

1. Doodlin'
2. So Slow
3. You Rascal You
4. Canadian Sunset
5. Lullaby of Birdland
6. Lazy
7. Jug Band Waltz
8. Once Too Often
9. Sentimental Journey
10. Money
11. Stormy Weather
12. Mood Room Boogie
13. Endless Road

Obs: Puta mas é muito bom ouvir o bom e velho "mood" de sempre, que maravilha de presente fantástico, espero que gostem como eu e aproveitem enquanto estamos aqui, rs.

Enjoy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!