Adding some blues vibes to this classic. Some will love it, some may hate it, but I love it when someone can do something different with a song that I’ve heard a hundred times or more!
Charles Bradley sings the powerful cover as part of another session of the Newsroom Concert Series. Bradley's album, also called 'Changes', was released in April, 2016.
Long influenced by the Chicago blues, the Rolling Stones band paid a visit to Buddy Guy's club the Checkerboard Lounge to see the legendary bluesman perform. It was a unique occasion that was fortunately captured on camera.
88th Street Blues - Smokey Wilson two hour long harmonica playing blues man
This is the greatest version of this song. Period! B.B. sings like a KING and plays so simply that it makes his playing perfect. Jeff plays so so beautifully I can't even describe it..
Goin' Down Slow and I Want To Have A Word With You 1970
|In Session 1983. It'd be hard enough to be SRV, but imagine the pressure of having to lay down metronomic bass lines ad-lib for two of the most influential guitarists just 10 ft away from you,|
|This Blues band is a "musician's band". You can bet there'll be several prominent local musicians in the audience wherever they perform. It's no fluke that musical people love the band. It's all about payin' dues and performing with exacting craft.|