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Hot Tuna - 2014-12-31 Aladdin Theater, Portland, Or (2015)

3-03-2015, 17:59
Music | Blues | Rock

Hot Tuna - 2014-12-31 Aladdin Theater, Portland, Or (2015)

Artist: Hot Tuna
Title Of Album: 2014-12-31 Aladdin Theater, Portland, Or
Year Of Release: 2015
Genre: Acoustic Blues, Blues Rock
Label: Hot Tuna Ltd.
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 153:55
Total Size: 348 Mb
Covers: Front

01. True Religion (Live) (5:21)
02. Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out (Live) (3:32)
03. Second Chances (Live) (5:02)
04. I See the Light (Live) (8:03)
05. Brother Can You Spare a Dime (Live) (4:54)
06. Sea Child (Live) (6:21)
07. Trial by Fire (Live) (5:25)
08. In My Dreams (Live) (4:00)
09. Come Back Baby (Live) (5:04)
10. Let Us Get Together Right Down Here (Live) (4:20)
11. Candy Man (Live) (4:55)
12. Jack And Jorma Sales Pitch (Live) (1:27)
13. I Know You Rider (Live) (7:22)
14. Serpent of Dreams (Live) (7:19)
15. Hesitation Blues (Live) (5:59)
16. Barbeque King (Live) (5:18)
17. I'll Be All Right Someday (Live) (4:08)
18. That'll Never Happen No More (Live) (4:46)
19. Good Shepherd (Live) (9:40)
20. Another Man Done a Full Go Round (Live) (4:17)
21. Happy New Year 2015 (Live) (5:38)
22. Bar Room Crystal Ball (Live) (7:27)
23. Water Song (Live) (7:32)
24. Search My Heart (Live) (5:05)
25. San Francisco Bay Blues (Live) (5:09)
26. I Am the Light of This World (Live) (4:07)
27. Keep Your Lamps Trimmed and Burning (Live) (8:12)
28. Encore - Embryonic Journey (Live) (3:20)

From their days playing together as teenagers to their current acoustic and electric blues, probably no one has more consistently led American music for the last 50 years — yes! — than Jorma Kaukonen and Jack Casady, the founders and continuing core members of Hot Tuna.

The pair began playing together while growing up in the Washington D.C. area, where Jack’s father was a dentist and Jorma’s father a State Department official. Four years younger, Jack continued in junior high, then high school — while playing professional gigs as lead guitarist at night before he was old enough to drive — while Jorma (who had played rhythm guitar to Jack’s lead) started college in Ohio, accompanied his family overseas, then returned to college, this time in California.
Along the way, Jorma became enamored of, then committed to, the finger-picking guitar style exemplified by the now-legendary Rev. Gary Davis. Jack, meanwhile, had taken an interest in the electric bass, at the time a controversial instrument in blues, jazz, and folk circles.

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