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New excellent album in the live in the studio series from Sound Liaison; https://www.soundliaison.com/

''‘’Struttin’ With Some Barbecue’’is NOT about food….. According to Cab Calloway’s Jive Dictionary “barbecue” is slang for a pretty woman. Here the quintet plays the song with pure second line New Orleans joy. The band swings so hard, that I envision them being the band leading the mourners returning from the graveyard, New Orleans funeral style, after having laid Louis’ body to rest.''

I’m sure it’s been posted here before, but having listened to it with 2 friends over the weekend,  I couldn’t avoid posting it. A wonderful album, Cale’s deceptively simple guitar providing beauty on an album of laidback blues/folk/rock hybrid music, fantastically recorded.

Eoink posted:

I’m sure it’s been posted here before, but having listened to it with 2 friends over the weekend,  I couldn’t avoid posting it. A wonderful album, Cale’s deceptively simple guitar providing beauty on an album of laidback blues/folk/rock hybrid music, fantastically recorded.

Thanks Eoink. I don’t know of this album, but was listening to this...

...yesterday and reminding myself of exactly what you say; superbly tasteful, minimal but effective guitar work. That and irresistible grooves. Based on your comments I’m happy to take a punt and buy this live CD. Cheers, Kevin

 

kevin J Carden posted:
Eoink posted:

 

I’m sure it’s been posted here before, but having listened to it with 2 friends over the weekend,  I couldn’t avoid posting it. A wonderful album, Cale’s deceptively simple guitar providing beauty on an album of laidback blues/folk/rock hybrid music, fantastically recorded.

Thanks Eoink. I don’t know of this album, but was listening to this...

...yesterday and reminding myself of exactly what you say; superbly tasteful, minimal but effective guitar work. That and irresistible grooves. Based on your comments I’m happy to take a punt and buy this live CD. Cheers, Kevin

 

Enjoy it Kevin.

kevin J Carden posted:
Eoink posted:

I’m sure it’s been posted here before, but having listened to it with 2 friends over the weekend,  I couldn’t avoid posting it. A wonderful album, Cale’s deceptively simple guitar providing beauty on an album of laidback blues/folk/rock hybrid music, fantastically recorded.

Thanks Eoink. I don’t know of this album, but was listening to this...

...yesterday and reminding myself of exactly what you say; superbly tasteful, minimal but effective guitar work. That and irresistible grooves. Based on your comments I’m happy to take a punt and buy this live CD. Cheers, Kevin

 

+1!

Eoink posted:
kevin J Carden posted:
Eoink posted:

 

I’m sure it’s been posted here before, but having listened to it with 2 friends over the weekend,  I couldn’t avoid posting it. A wonderful album, Cale’s deceptively simple guitar providing beauty on an album of laidback blues/folk/rock hybrid music, fantastically recorded.

Thanks Eoink. I don’t know of this album, but was listening to this...

...yesterday and reminding myself of exactly what you say; superbly tasteful, minimal but effective guitar work. That and irresistible grooves. Based on your comments I’m happy to take a punt and buy this live CD. Cheers, Kevin

 

Enjoy it Kevin.

A good prompt. I bought that album a week or so ago on the basis of a recommendation on here and still haven't unwrapped the thing! 

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Eric Clapton - Just One Night, which I am sure must have been posted before.Whilst IMO not his best band, this is a great recording with excellent instrument separation.Ably supported by Albert Lee who is nicely different to Clapton in style and technique.

 

ALANP posted:

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Eric Clapton - Just One Night, which I am sure must have been posted before.Whilst IMO not his best band, this is a great recording with excellent instrument separation.Ably supported by Albert Lee who is nicely different to Clapton in style and technique.

 

When I saw him in this tour, Albert Lee played a rousing version of Country Boy, which brought the house down. It was the highlight of the evening. 

Clive B posted:
ALANP posted:

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Eric Clapton - Just One Night, which I am sure must have been posted before.Whilst IMO not his best band, this is a great recording with excellent instrument separation.Ably supported by Albert Lee who is nicely different to Clapton in style and technique.

 

When I saw him in this tour, Albert Lee played a rousing version of Country Boy, which brought the house down. It was the highlight of the evening. 

That is one of the great things about ''Slow Hand'' he has never been afraid to share the limelight.

Chet Baker Quartet ft Phil Markowitz - Live at Nic's  recorded live at Nic's Jazz Cafe in Laren, Northern Holland 1978 on Criss Cross Records.  I've been after this one for a while but it's always been quite expensive I found this copy for a very reasonable £14.99 in absolute mint condition Sound Quality is very, very good.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  

Bob the Builder posted:

Chet Baker Quartet ft Phil Markowitz - Live at Nic's  recorded live at Nic's Jazz Cafe in Laren, Northern Holland 1978 on Criss Cross Records.  I've been after this one for a while but it's always been quite expensive I found this copy for a very reasonable £14.99 in absolute mint condition Sound Quality is very, very good.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  

Where did you find it?

Peet posted:
Bob the Builder posted:

Chet Baker Quartet ft Phil Markowitz - Live at Nic's  recorded live at Nic's Jazz Cafe in Laren, Northern Holland 1978 on Criss Cross Records.  I've been after this one for a while but it's always been quite expensive I found this copy for a very reasonable £14.99 in absolute mint condition Sound Quality is very, very good.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  

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Hi Peet

I found this in Across the Tracks which is a second hand record shop in Brighton where I also found Chet Baker Quintet featuring Wayne Marsh on the same Criss Cross label both were £14.99.

Hope this doesn't break any forum rules and only bends them a little

If you want vinyl there is a copy on the worlds biggest auction site for £25 which is still cheap Discogs doesn't have a copy.

Or you can stream it via Tidal.

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