Buck Clayton - Blues In First / Blues In Second download album
Buck Clayton And His Rhythm. .B 5. Buck Clayton And His Rhythm. Blues In First, Blues In Second (Shellac, 10").
Drummer Chris Waters heard ‘the blues’ coming from upstairs in the Union Building’s music practice room and realised the trio had need of a drummer. John Best was born 20 December 1948 near Dorchester, Dorset. During his early school years, he learned to play piano, violin and clarinet but lost interest in music until a school friend sold him a bass guitar. After teaching himself to play the guitar, John found himself in one of the Sherborne School bands, Style 5 that played parties during the holidays. Occasionally, he filled in for another school band, called Four Pillars of Wisdom.
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Branch's first loyalty is to Chicago blues, but Blues Shock is a stylistically diverse set, finding room for funky grooves ("Sons of Blues"), vintage soul ("Function at the Junction"), upbeat dance numbers ("Baby Let Me Butter Your Corn"), jazz-influenced instrumentals ("Song for my Mother") and string-laden ballads ("Going to See Miss Gerri One More Time") along with numbers.
Greene tried his luck a little longer in Buckle, but he soon saw that working in the local factory was an easier way to make a living. The two hit it off and fell in love. In the process, Rangel introduced his new girlfriend to the blues. And both vowed to form a blues band. Lead singer Kari Hillborne puts it best when she says, This is the first band I’ve ever been in. And I hope it’s my last. I couldn’t imagine finding another group of people I’d rather play with. Blues in Buckle represents the Lone Star State with heart!
Album · 2005 · 13 Songs. 11. Daddies in the Doghouse. 12. I Got to Sing These Blues. 13. The Anxious Boogie. 13 Songs, 53 Minutes. Released: 21 Oct 2005. 2005 Stormy Monday Records. More By Steve 'Big Man' Clayton. See All. I Like It Like That (Blues & Boogie).
|A||Blues In First|
|B||Blues In Second|
- Double Bass – Georges Hadjo
- Drums – Wallace Bishop
- Piano – Charlie Lewis
- Trumpet – Buck Clayton
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): (RJS.904-1)
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): (RJS.904-2)