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James 'Blood' Ulmer - Greatest Blues Hits (2011)

8-11-2014, 19:29
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James 'Blood' Ulmer - Greatest Blues Hits (2011)

Artist: James 'Blood' Ulmer
Title Of Album: Greatest Blues Hits
Year Of Release: 2011
Genre: Modern Electric Blues, Acoustic Blues, Blues Rock
Label: Hyena Records
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 98:03
Total Size: 232 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Goin' To New York (4:24)
02. Ghetto Child (5:48)
03. Bright Lights, Big City (6:02)
04. Come On (Let The Good Times Roll) (4:10)
05. The Blues Had A Baby And Called It Rock N Roll (3:43)
06. Take My Music Back To The Church (4:41)
07. I Can't Take It Anymore (2:36)
08. Where Did All The Girls Come From (5:04)
09. Devil's Got To Burn (9:31)
10. Survivors Of The Hurricane (3:53)
11. Katrina (3:46)
12. Dead Presidents (4:39)
13. There Is Power In The Blues (2:27)
14. Backwater Blues (5:50)
15. Little Red Rooster (4:21)
16. Death Letter (9:40)
17. Too Lazy To Work, Too Nervous To Steal (2:35)
18. I Asked For Water (She Gave Me Gasoline) (8:25)
19. I Love The Life I Live (3:30)
20. Evil (2:49)

James “Blood” Ulmer (born February 2, 1942 in St. Matthews, South Carolina) is an American avant-garde jazz and blues guitarist and singer. Ulmer’s distinctive guitar sound has been described as “jagged” and “stinging.” His singing has been called “raggedly soulful.”

Ulmer began his career playing with various soul jazz ensembles, and first recorded with organist John Patton in 1969. After moving to New York in 1971, Ulmer played with Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers, Joe Henderson, Paul Bley, Rashied Ali and Larry Young.

In the early 1970s, Ulmer joined Ornette Coleman; he was the first electric guitarist to record and tour extensively with Coleman. He has credited Coleman as a major influence, and Coleman’s strong reliance on electric guitar in his fusion-oriented recordings owes a distinct debt to Ulmer.

He formed a group called the Music Revelation Ensemble with David Murray and Ronald Shannon Jackson, with whom he recorded throughout the 1980s and 1990s. Different incarnations of the group also featured Julius Hemphill, Arthur Blythe, Sam Rivers, and Hamiet Bluiett on saxophones and flutes. In the 1980s he co-led, with saxophonist George Adams, the ensemble Phalanx.

1983’s Odyssey, with drummer Warren Benbow and violinist Charles Burnham, was described as “avant-gutbucket,” leading writer Bill Milkowski to describe the music as “conjuring images of Skip James and Albert Ayler jamming on the Mississippi Delta.”

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