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Lucky Peterson - July 28th 2014: Live In Marciac (2015)

18-05-2015, 03:13
Music | Nu Jazz | Blues | Rock

Lucky Peterson - July 28th 2014: Live In Marciac (2015)

Artist: Lucky Peterson
Title Of Album: July 28th 2014: Live In Marciac
Year Of Release: 2015
Genre: Modern Electric Blues, Blues Rock
Label: Jazz Village
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 78:35
Total Size: 182 MB
Covers: Front

01. Boogie Thang (Live) (10:56)
02. Funky Broadway (Live) ( 4:00)
03. I Can See Clearly Now (Live) ( 9:41)
04. It Ain't Safe (Live) ( 7:23)
05. Trouble (Live) ( 8:23)
06. Lock Out Of Love (Live) ( 3:36)
07. Make My Move On You (Live) ( 3:57)
08. Triubte To Steve Ray Vaughan (Live) ( 1:38)
09. Nana Jarnell (Live) ( 6:36)
10. I'm Still Here (Live) ( 6:29)
11. Goin' Down Slow (I've Had My Fun) (Live) ( 2:01)
12. Jody's Got Your Girl And Gone (Live) ( 3:11)
13. Boogie Woogie Blues Party (Live) ( 4:29)
14. Johnny B. Goode 'Encore' (Feat. Joe Satriani) (Live) ( 6:09)

Lucky Peterson - vocals, guitar, organ
Marvin Hollie - keyboards
Shawn Kellerman - guitar, vocals
Raul Valdes - drums
Timothy Waits - bass
special guest: Joe Satriani (track 14)

Lucky Peterson live in full effect on CD and DVD at last summer's Marciac festival in France, featuring Joe Satriani as special guest on the final track.

Born in Buffalo close to New York, Lucky Peterson - a singer, guitarist and organist - is one of the most authentic agents of blues music; he’s familiar with its oral tradition and history and can also play and sing it like no other. Mixing his own compositions and inspired covers (of tracks by Stevie Ray Vaughan, Wilson Pickett and even Johnny Nash), he has decided to treat our eyes and ears to a ‘live’ recording on which he blends blues music and an unstoppable sense of groove. With these fourteen tracks, forged in the embers of a fire burning with soul and rhythm ‘n’ blues but giving off a few gospel and rock ‘n’ roll sparks (witness the final track by Chuck Berry alongside Joe Satriani!), Lucky Peterson has put blues, the oldest form of black American music, back in the limelight.

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ogutierrez   User offline   18 May 2015 06:08

Thank you v.m.

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papyrock71   User offline   18 May 2015 09:56

Merci beaucoup

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