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Paul Orta - Good Night, Bueno Noche, Bonne Nuit / Objectif Lune (Destination The Moon) (1993/2001)

23-04-2016, 21:51
Music | Blues

Title: Good Night, Bueno Noche, Bonne Nuit / Objectif Lune (Destination The Moon)
Year Of Release: 1993/2001
Label: Pee Wee Records
Genre: Modern Electric Blues, Harmonica Blues
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 41:46/45:35
Total Size: 102/108 MB

1. The Things I'd Do For You (2:05)
2. This Traffic (Can Make You Fuss N Fight) (3:19)
3. You Were My Lovebird (3:42)
4. I Believe (2:58)
5. Blues In D (4:41)
6. Boogie Thing (2:31)
7. Flip, Flop, Fly (2:42)
8. Fine, Fine, Frame (3:35)
9. Little Bitty Baby (2:17)
10. Nine Below Zero (3:11)
11. You Know I Love (3:11)
12. Wonderful Time (2:05)
13. Improvised Blues (2:19)
14. She's My Baby (3:03)

Paul Orta - Good Night, Bueno Noche, Bonne Nuit / Objectif Lune (Destination The Moon)  (1993/2001)

1. Don't Worry (3:34)
2. Tear Drops (4:47)
3. Hoochie Coochie Girl (4:43)
4. Moon Is Rising (4:33)
5. Help Me (4:48)
6. She's My Baby (3:52)
7. Nine Below Zero (4:27)
8. Robbing Little Woman (3:22)
9. Fine Sweet Thing (3:20)
10. Bye Bye Baby (4:12)
11. Objectif Lune (3:52)

Paul Orta born 1957 in Port Arthur, Texas (hometown of Janice Joplin) was first influenced by Louis Armstrong at the age of 7. After 9 years of playing the coronet in the school band, Paul Orta quit because the band never played blues or Jazz. Within a half a year he picked up the Harmonica and in three months, he was in his first professional band (The Bayou Boogie Band) when he was 16. They played in Golden Triangle (southeast Texas) and Louisiana for three years. In 1979 Paul Orta moved to Austin, Texas and he won Kerrville Folk Festival in 1980. Later he formed 'The Backdoor Men' with Port Arthur native Bill Jones (guitar) and with help of Eddie Stout (bass) evolved into 'The Kingpins'. Afterwards he entered the 'Antones the University of the Blues'. Playing with blues greats as Jimmy Rogers, Snooky Pryor, Eddie Taylor, Sunnyland Slim, Hubert Sumlin, Luther Tucker, Ted Harvey, Matt 'Guitar' Murphy, Pinetop Perkins, Wayne Benett, Willie 'Big Eyes' Smith, Henry Grey and Robert Lockwood Jr. Everytime Snooky played at Antones annual festival he invited Paul Orta to play with him . Jimmy Roger also employed him as harp player for the festivals. One his favorite memories is was playing a weekly gig for 3 months with Sumlin. Paul Orta has also toured and recorded with Texas Guitar Tornado U.P. Wilson (U.S.A. and Europe). He can be heard on over a dozen albums and be heard on over 3 dozen different compilations and various albums in North & South America, Europe, Japan, Africa and Australia. In addition he has performed with second generation bluesmen like Kim Wilson, Derek O’Brian, Tommy Shannon and many others. Orta has played at the Battle of the Harmonicas in San Francisco and the Texas Harmonica Rumble in Austin, Texas. He have 12 albums with his name. In fact Paul Orta is one of the few harmonica players endorsed with both Hohner U.S.A., and Hohner Europe. He also designed his own special 'slide harp' which allows one to play various postions on one harmonica. Paul who has been based in most of the past decade in Europe is currently living in Port Arthur.
In 1999 the walls of The Musik Faktory Recording Studio in Port Arthur, Texas were bouncing sounds of blues legend Lazy Lester with Paul Orta, Ervin Charles, 'Uncle' John Turner, Little Ray Ybarra, Pierre Pelegrin, Clay Windham, Kevin Gassert and Trent Lebeouf pumping out the real-deal, low-down blues! This recording event is now being made available on our Great Blues Recordings Label and is a great addition to the blues lover library.

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