Mostrando postagens com marcador Roy Buchanan. Mostrar todas as postagens
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24 de mai de 2010

Roy Buchanan - Grand Emporium 1985 - Kansas City, MO, August 2, 1985

"Tem dias que a gente se sente...."; eu sei, eu sei, pra quem tá acostumado a frequentar aqui já comecei assim num post antigo, mas as vezes nada melhor que retomar de um mesmo lugar pra conseguir raciocinar direito, prq é tanta coisa na vida de pobres mortais como nós que montanha russa perde feio,rs

Eu gosto dessa entrada da versão com o MPB4 prq é muito estilosa e parece realmente transparecer o que a gente sente e só isso é que torna uma música diferente da outra, boa ou ruim, sua qualidade, intensidade e sonoridade e o Roy tinha tudo isso até em excesso e acho que por isso que já foi pro outro lado; era intenso demais.

O Lamarca me presenteou com este som completamente fora de tudo(rs), vc não acha capas, informações são desencontradas e postagens então, parecem que o pessoal tem receio de postar o cara, sei lá, uma lenda branca do blues antes da fama de Warren Haynes, só Johnny Winter não?

Não, e claro que todos sabem que existe uma infinidade de gente boa, branca, negra, vermelha, homens e mulheres que fizeram, fazem e farão o "Blues" como deve ser feito, com amor, respeito e qualidade e aqui está um som que se encaixa em tudo isso, pelo menos ao meu ver e vindo do Lamarca sempre é sinal de bom gosto, espero que apreciem sem moderação.This one is going out once again to my man dk for his love of all things Hendrix.

Roy Buchanan is one of my all time fave guitarists. A master of the telecaster. His playing is some of the most original, soulful, vibrant, passionate and gnarly all at once and IMHO has more "Feeling" than just about any guitarist past or present. His style is somewhat choatic but in a very controlled manner. Never as slick as say Clapton his style veers and careens all over the place which IMHO makes it all the more awesome...

Born September 23, 1939 he died August 14, 1988 after being arrested in his hometown of Reston, Virginia, for public drunkeness, Buchanan was found in his cell hung with his own shirt; a fact that still raises question to this day.

Even posthumously, he commands the ardent respect of his fellow guitarists and a devoted army of fans. The Buchanan sound is totally unique: heartbreaking, searing solos, trademark shimmering tone, and a mixture of snarls, wails, note bends, volume swells and squeals that mark him as a wizard of the instrument. He was a pioneer in the use of controlled harmonics, and although this technique has been used by rock's greatest guitarists, especially Jeff Beck, Robbie Robertson and Z.Z. Top's Billy Gibbons, all acknowledge Buchanan as the master.

Please take a listen to his tribute to Jimi Hendrix with his take on "Hey Joe" from his 1974 album "That's What I Am Here For" as well as the original "My Baby Says She's Gonna Leave Me" and the Jack Bond penned "That's What I Am Here For" Buchanan really rips on these tunes and proves what an awesome player he really was.

Hey Joe

My Baby Says She's Gonna Leave Me

That's What I Am Here For

And here is my all time fave Roy songs, originally on his self titled album from 1972 this is live from 1983. This has more "Felling" than any thing almost any guitarist has ever produced.... If this don't make the hairs stand up on the back of your neck...

"The Messiah Will Come Again"

There was a town
It was a strange little town they called the world
It was a lonely, lonely little town
'Till one day a Stranger appeared
Their hearts rejoiced
and this sad little town was happy again
But there were some that doubted
They disbelieved,so they mocked Him
And the Stranger He went away
and the said little town that was sad yesterday
It's a lot sadder today
I walked in a lot of places I never should have been
But I know that the Messiah,
He will come again...

Read more: http://devildick.blogspot.com/2008/04/roy-buchanan-hey-joe-thats-what-i-am.html#ixzz0naSUUDxF

Lineup:

Roy Buchanan - guitar, vocals
Jeff Ganz - bass, vocals
Ray Marchica - drumsSoundboard Recording

Tracks:
01. Short Fuse
02. Green Onions
03. When A Guitar Plays The Blues
04. Dream Lover
05. Jack The Ripper
06. Blues Instrumental
07. Honky Tonk
08. Peter Gunn
09. Shuffle Instrumental
10. Roy's Bluz
11. Roy's Bluz (continued)
12. Country Boy
13. Guitar & Bass Jam
14. Hey Joe Foxy Lady Purple Haze
15. The Messiah Will Come Again (cuts out)

Obs: As imagens são meramente ilustrativas e quem quiser saber do cara acha por aí fácil, mas este release achei bem legal pro som em questão.
03 caras, só 03 caras sei lá, é mágico!

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