P Stands For Push - Sam Chatmon - Sam Chatmons Advice (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Peter was finishing his Bush Doctor album there at Bearsville Studio, and the Stones was rehearsing for the tour there. So we went up there and Robbie Shakespeare, along with Peter, was producing. That album had a couple of hot tracks on it – I kind of liked it – plus I liked the fact of being able to do some tracks with Keith Richards.
  2. LP 1: Will Shade - I Can't Stand It () [RBF , Wolf ] @ youtube Hambone Willie Newbern - Shelby County Work House Blues [OKeh ] Robert Johnson - From Four Until Late [Vocalion ] Furry Lewis - You Can Leave, Baby [rec. October 3, , previously unissued, Wolf ].
  3. Amade Ardoin - Louisiana Cajun Music, Vol. 6 - His Original RecordingsAndre DeVito - One Day At A TimeBaseado Em Blues - - Madrugada BluesBob Riedy Blues Band - Just Off HalstedBoogie Stuff - Have MercyBoogie Stuff - Rockin' The BluesBuddy Flett - Mississippi SeaClarence Cal Green - Jumpin Houston GuitaristsDoc & Merle Watson .
  4. Sam Chatmon, a musician who may have been Charley Patton’s half brother, once told an interviewer, “Mighty seldom I played for colored. They didn’t have nothing to hire you with.” One music blended into another; cultural connections rolled back and forth.
  5. This is a singer-songwriter album - a singer-songwriter who loves the blues. It is no coincidence that the release date (7/1/) coincides with the 99th anniversary of Willie Dixon's birthday. Nigel Egg believes that the Blues could be as popular as Country music if we would just make great music that connects with how people live in the 21st.
  6. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Sam Chatmon - Sam Chatmon's Advice at Discogs. Complete your Sam Chatmon collection/5(8).
  7. Sam Lay. Sam Lay joins his main influence, Fred Below of the Aces, as the first Chicago blues drummers elected to the Blues Hall of Fame. Lay is one of the rare blues drummers to earn crossover fame in the rock world, beginning with his work with the Paul Butterfield Blues Band and others, but his résumé is loaded with blues credentials both.

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