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Thursday, December 23, 2010

Michael Packer Blues Band 2007 Live At Lucille's New York City


Genre: Blues
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:53:04
Size: 121,42 MB

United States

Album Notes

Michael Packer Blues Band - Live at Lucille's NYC. The album was recorded live on a steamy August summer night in 2007 at Lucille's blues club on 42nd street, in the heart of Times Square, New York City. They came to play and smoked the tunes like they owned them. 'Born Under A Bad Sign', 'Sweet Home Chicago', Willie Dixon's 'The Same Thing', all spectacularly performed by a magical assemblage of players. Led by Iris Music Group recording artist Michael Packer on guitar and vocals the band consisted of Jimmy Vivino, guitar and additional vocals (he is the Conan O'Brien TV show guitarist and Levon Helm's music director), pianist David Maxwell (James Cotton), Sandy Allen (Michael's longtime friend and partner) on mandolin,blues harp extraordinaire, Felix Cabrera, Ed Jackson on bongos, Japan's finest bass player King Bear, Billy Schroeder on drums and special guest Dave 'Snakeman' Runyan (James Cotton protege) on harp performing his 'Snakeman Blues'. The album was produced by Michael Packer. The live recording session was recorded by Blue Note soundman Everette Ramos for Jack O'Hara. Executive producer is Alan Lorber.



Tracklist:

01 - Driving Wheel 07:07

02 - Corrina, Corrina 04:35

03 - Born Under A Bad Sign 04:29

04 - Jimmy's Blues 06:39

05 - Sweet Home Chicago 05:47

06 - As The Years Go Passing By 08:44

07 - The Same Thing 06:56

08 - Snakeman Blues 08:47





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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi Mile,
please renewed the link of this record, please

-searcher-

SouthernBluesRock said...

links renewed

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