After more than 5 years it is time to say good bye and this blog shuts its doors, but there is a follow up project.

Please visit

Thank you very much for all your support through out this time.

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

John The Revelator 1970 Wild Blues

Genre: Blues
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:57:19
Size: 131,14 MB


Album Notes:

After more than 32 years "Wild Blues" has finally been released on CD (the record becoming a most wanted collector's item in the process). The complete Decca sessions are included, so the "lost" single and the only outtake from the "Wild Blues" sessions, a number simply called "Yeah" can be heard for the first time. Nobody knows why the track was left out in the first place, but it might have something to do with avoiding inner groove distortion which occurs when too much music is pressed on a record.

Apart from the Decca sessions, there are some demo-recordings of memorable and vintage JOHN THE REVELATOR tracks. Great that Hans van Vuuren made the effort to make this historical JOHN THE REVELATDR stuff available to the present day blues folks. Today, the band is still gigging around the country, "Worried Dreams" and "Talk to me Baby" are still live favorites, and the bluesfeel is stronger than ever!


01 - John The Revelator 00:47

02 - I Can't Stop Lovin' You 03:02

03 - Worried Dreams 05:42

04 - Charlie's Drive-In 01:39

05 - Talk To Me, Baby 05:02

06 - Personal Manager 04:36

07 - Wild Blues 01:37

08 - Bleeding Heart 04:42

09 - No Woman 03:12

10 - Homework 03:06

11 - Yeah (Bonus) 03:04

12 - Rockin' Squirrel (Bonus) 03:35

13 - One Track Mind (Bonus) 04:45

14 - I Can't Stop Loving You (Bonus) 03:22

15 - Little Red Rooster (Bonus) 04:17

16 - Worried Dreams (Bonus) 04:51

John The Revelator here:



Enjoy the music!
Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...