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19 de set de 2011

Paul Rodgers and Friends - Live at Montreux 1994

Bem que dizem que um lobo perde o pelo mas não perde o vício!!!

A alcatéia nem internet tem, está em reformas, avisei no mural que voltaria a postar mais pra frente mas quem diz que resisti ao segundo do Paul que achei no OGS?
Simplesmente é pra mim um dos maiores vocalistas que conheço e modéstia a parte é uma área que navego (saudades Pirata do Rock) e conheço um pouco; e sempre vou ao BadCo e a sua clássica Bad Co de minha adolescência que fiz e muito cover da coitada,rs

É sim, na primeira postagem era um puta disco e até achei um de 04 faixas depois mas não roubei e ficou por isso mesmo, mas hoje não resisti e aí está como foi feito e nem mexer mexi, senão cai uma escora aqui na minha cabeça,rs

Em breve espero estar com tudo em ordem, brg OGS mesmo sabendo só agora,ré,ré,ré....

The distinctive voice of Paul Rodgers has been heard on some of the best rock albums released over the years from Free to Bad Company to The Firm to Queen. Not surprisingly, he’s made many friends along the way. So, in July 1994, Rodgers put together an all-star band of his friends to support his 1993 Grammy nominated Muddy Water Blues: A Tribute to Muddy Waters. However, few of the players on that studio release were tapped for Live at Montreux 1994, now on both CD and DVD. Only Queen’s Brian May (guitar), Journey’s Neal Schon (guitar), and Black Country Communion’s Jason Bonham (drums) returned to join the other performers on stage in Montreux. New players included Ian Hatton (guitar), John Smithson (bass), Toto’s Steve Lukather (guitar), and blues musicians Eddie Kirkland, Sherman Robertson, Luther Allison, Robert Lucas and Kenny Neal.


As a result, this concert became something of a paint-by-numbers rock/blues evening with some of the best artists in the business filling in the colors. The first two numbers, “Travelling Man” and “Wishing Well,” are ‘70s arena rock warm-ups. The show really begins with “Louisiana Blues” (the first song taken from the studio record) and “Fire And Water” before the ensemble gets down and Delta-dirty with “Muddy Water Blues,” which had been recorded in both electric and acoustic versions for the tribute CD. Other live performances taken from the studio work include Willie Dixon’s “I’m Ready” and a shuffle version of Sonny Boy Williamson’s “Good Morning Little School Girl” featuring May. While he had been on the Muddy Waters album, Beck is only present in spirit with “Let Me Love You Baby.” This track retains the same arrangement heard on Beck’s 1968 Truth LP.


Enjoy!!!!!!!!!