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Mojo Blues Band - The Very Best Of Mojo Blues Band (2004)

23-12-2014, 20:09
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Mojo Blues Band - The Very Best Of Mojo Blues Band (2004)

Artist: Mojo Blues Band
Title Of Album: The Very Best Of Mojo Blues Band
Year Of Release: 2004
Label: Mojo Blues Band
Genre: Blues, Electric Blues
Format: Mp3
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 73:56 Min
Total Size: 205 Mb


1. Rosa Lee
2. Hound Dog
3. Chicago Is Calling
4. I'm Not That Easy
5. Young Fashioned Ways
6. Accordion Boogie
7. Let It Rain
8. Wintertime Is Coming
9. Alligator Walk
10. Strollin' With Bone
11. Hell On Earth
12. Louisiana Train
13. Banana Peel Slide
14. I'm On My Way Back Home
15. Masada
16. Signals Of Love
17. Shame Shame Shame
18. Down In The Alley

The Mojo Blues Band have been requested to play most of the relevant festival & concert stages in Europe & the U.S. Even though they have played many years in many places, the fire is still burning. The Mojo Blues Bands attempts a homogeneous sound. Not the endless soloing of the individual musician, but the question/answering dialogue between the instruments, have priority. A concert with the Mojo Blues Band is always a dynamic suspenseful, hot to cold tub of feelings, with humor inbetween. Sponeity & audience participation is always a guarantee for a fun night in the sense of an emotional retreat for people who suffer from loud, pop, plastic music.

The Band is centered around Erik Trauner, representing a music community of musicians who are passionate for the Blues. The Mojo Blues Band made the exotic language of the Blues to their own. Comparitive to a second hand mother language with all their dialects are ... the traditional Chicago Blues ...just as well as swinging R&B & rolling boogie woogie. The music of Louisiana also always appealed to the Mojos & with a Zydeco influenced number, "Rosalie", they even climbed to #1 on the charts in 1988. Axel Melhardt, owner of Jazzland, a major Jazz & Blues club in Vienna quoted, "In Europe in their field, they are a band with no competition". The Band recorded more than a dozen albums & can look back on endless lists of cooperations with numerous international Blues legends. It's like reading a "Who's Who" of the international Blues scene.

Although the respect towards the endless idols of the Blues, like Muddy waters, Jimmy Reed, Sonny Boy Williamson or T-Bone Walker, the most important thing is to find your own musical path. Blues is not only a form of music, it is the expression of a life style. That is the opinion of Erik Trauner who says, "It's all about developing your own handwriting, there is no room for jiving. If you have not lived you have nothing to tell. Like fine wine, the older we get, the better we get."

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