You Dont Love - Various - Legendary Anthology Of British Blues (Vinyl, LP)

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Label: Charly Records - CR 3049,Bellaphon - CR 3049 • Series: Legendary (2) • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: Germany • Genre: Blues • Style: Rhythm & Blues, Blues Rock

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Breaking out of an increasingly moribund blues scene at the end of the 60s, Tony McPhee swapped his mellow boogie for something heavier and came up with the semi-conceptual Thank Christ For The Bomb.

It seemed a risky move but he had no trouble making the switch. The songs are briefer but each one packs a punch, even when the emphasis is acoustic. And when the band stretches out on the title track, adding layers of sound after a slow start, McPhee rips out a solo that would not disgrace an MC5 album.

The reward for such bravado was the first of three Top 10 albums. Van Morrison was contrary right from the start! Mayall had moved on too. Bad Company - Bad Company Island, Bad Company had their fare share of detractors when they burst on to the scene in the mid 70s.

Ex-Free men Paul Rodgers vocals and Simon Kirke drums were criticised for following a more commercial path, despite the fact that their former band had enjoyed several hits.

They struck the bullseye. The Animals - The Animals Columbia, They wrote very little material themselves but the Animals reworked their covers so thoroughly they probably thought they had written them.

Credited as the inspiration behind John Mayall and The Rolling Stones, several of whom played with him, guitarist Alexis Korner began pioneering the blues in the mids, often in tandem with revered harmonica player Cyril Davis.

Lazy Poker Blues is in a similar vein and adds the kind of doubleentendre lyrics you might expect from a song title with the word poker in it. Elsewhere, Need Your Love Tonight is an already fine blues ballad given a velvet coating with the surprisingly effective addition of an orchestra. Completely mesmerising. Free - Tons Of Sobs Island, Free was a formidable coming together of raw British blues rock talent. Such is their authenticity, these songs sound like they were recorded by crusty old blues legends instead of raw new kids on the block.

Andy Fraser, let us not forget, was barely out of his school uniform at the time of the album recording. Jeff Beck - Truth Epic, By , Jeff Beck had become a major pioneering force on the electric guitar, following Clapton in the Yardbirds, before clocking up two pop hits with Tallyman and Hi-Ho Silver Lining.

Magic Sam. T-Bone Walker. Brown Skin. Ruler of My Heart Naomi Neville. Ann Peebles. Love for Sale Cole Porter. Nina Simone. Buzz Me Fleecie Moore. Ella Mae Morse. Make a Little Love Elmore James. Bobby "Blue" Bland. Queen Bee Taj Mahal. Debra Laws. Nuyorican Soul. Call Me Tony Hatch. Nancy Wilson. All Your Love Magic Sam. Big Maybelle. Got A Brand New Bag. Saga Of The Good Life. Blackwell, Scrapper.

Scrapper's Blues. Bland, B. The Barefoot Rock. Bland, Bobby. Two Steps From Blues. Ain't Nothing You Can Do. The Soul Of The Man. Touch Of The Blues. Spotlighting The Man. Blue, Little Joe. Boyd, Eddie. I'll Dust My Broom. Brooks, Hadda. Broonzy, B. Big B. Broonzy, Big Bill. Broonzy, Big bill. Brown, Buster. New King Of The Blues. Buford, Mojo. Cannon, Gus. Carolina Slim. Blues From Cottonfields. Charles, Ray.

Fabulous Artistry Of. Clarke, William. Can't You Hear Me Calling. Collins, Albert. The Cool Sound Of. Cotton, Elizabeth. Crayton, Pee Wee. Crudup, Arthur Big Boy. Davis, G. American Street Songs. Davis, Reverend Gary. Harlem Street Singer. A Little More Faith. Say No To The Devil. Davis, Jimmy. DeSanto, Sugar Pie. Hello San Francisco. Douglas, K. Feelgood Piano Red. Dupree, Champion Jack.

Blues From The Gutter. Champion Of The Blues. Estes, Sleepy John. Franklin, Pete. Frost, Frank. Fuller, Jesse. Frisco Bound Vol. Greatest Of The Negro Gibson, Lacy. Griffith, Shirley. Harpo, Slim. Raining In My Heart. Baby Scratch My Back. Harris, Peppermint. Hawkins, Screamin' Jay.


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  • Otherwise there are tracks by Savoy Brown, Jo-Ann Kelly, and T.S. McPhee (whose "You Don't Love Me" isn't half-bad, with some effectively creepy organ). On the other hand, the two cuts from John Mayall's Immediate single are good, finished performances, especially the terrific "I'm Your Witchdoctor," which has some searing sustain breaks 4/
  • View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Best Of The British Blues Anthology Vol. 1 on Discogs. Label: Immediate - 1C M • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation, Mono • Country: Germany • Genre: Blues •/5(2).
  • My early tastes ran to very basic boogie-type bluesy rock, so when I stumbled across this in a record store (records, those were these vinyl--ah never mind; and ask your mother what a "store" is), I figured I'd hit the motherlode--TWO albums chock full of steaming, smoking British blues rockers. And /5(4).
  • V/A "An Anthology Of British Blues" Blues Rock LP ORIG Immediate Z12 52 $ Details about John Mayall Anthology Of British Blues Comp Immediate Vinyl LP Record VG+. B2 –T. S. McPhee You Don't Love Me Seller Rating: % positive.
  • View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of British Archives - Volume 1 on Discogs. Label: RCA Victor - LSP (e) • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Blues • Style: Blues Rock.
  • The British Blues Boom found its fullest expression in late 60s releases from the likes of The Yardbirds, Cream and the Rolling Stones, when the blues-fuelled energy of the mod clubs in the earlier part of the decade had drifted and all-night dancing had been replaced by a laid-back, dope-smoking vibe.
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  • Anthology Of British Blues Lp TESTED BOTH SIDES No Skips John Mayall Joann Kelly RAW BLUES ACL LP Vinyl VG+ Cover fair Mono Clapton Mayall UK Blues. $ shipping: + $ shipping. TS MCPHEE - YOU DON'T LOVE ME. ERIC CLAPTON - WEST COAST date: Oct 11,

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