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Lancaster - A Beautiful Day For The Blues (Feat. Ari Borger) (1999)

3-10-2015, 20:32
Music | Blues

Lancaster - A Beautiful Day For The Blues (Feat. Ari Borger) (1999)

Artist: Lancaster
Title Of Album: A Beautiful Day For The Blues (Feat. Ari Borger)
Year Of Release: 1999
Genre: Chicago Blues
Label: Self Released
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 49:07
Total Size: 116 MB
Covers: Front

01. A Beautiful Day For The Blues (7:05)
02. Nighttime Plumber (5:24)
03. Blues Al Sugo (4:44)
04. Mean Disposition (6:05)
05. Vila Madalena (4:46)
06. Sore Feet (4:38)
07. You Worry Me (5:53)
08. My Greatest Joy (4:34)
09. Sailing Home (5:55)

Lancaster Ferreira is one of the most acclaimed blues guitarists in Brazil, having under his belt the experience as guitarist Crosby Tyler Quartet in Los Angeles for a year and a half, six CDs released in his name, as well as presentations the main international festivals of the country blues. Was columnist of the magazine Blues & Jazz and Guitar Class and cover of the magazine Cover Guitarra.

Born in 1964 in Belo Horizonte and resident of São José dos Campos from the six-year-old Lancaster began presenting himself in 1989 in bars in the city, since with a blues work. He studied classical guitar for six years with Mauro Cabral in San Jose, Jazz guitar on Clam in Sao Paulo for five years and in 1994 moved to Los Angeles where he graduated from the Musicians Institute. He worked until the end of 1995 as the Crosby Tyler Quartet member.

In 1996, already back in Brazil, he rode his band released their first CD "Working Like a Slave" and participated in the Nescafé'n'Blues Festival, this show has been presented and replayed in its entirety by Network Television Culture in the same year .Lancaster has throughout his 25-year career dedicated to the deepening in the different strands of blues and was initially considered as the main representative of Chicago blues in Brazil.

Late Night Blues in 1998 and A Beautiful day for The Blues 1999 respectively its second and third CDs, his inspiration was Muddy Waters, Otis Rush, Magic Slim and Buddy Guy. Already in Bluesamba, launched in 2004, Lancaster left for a mixture of Latin rhythms with Bossa Nova, Jazz and Blues. In 2005 he entered a more virtuosic stage, playing Stevie Ray Vaughan, Ronnie Earl, and Hendrix and releasing a collection of his four previous CDs with two previously unreleased instrumental tracks.

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