Re: Rivers of Nehil Do all those cats sorta look like the same guy? I'll have to look into that...I like conceptualists [*].
Well-recorded but only the sax solo really resonated w/me...Oh now the bass solo [5:08 + ] is giving me something to think abt & the drummist was clever throughout. I also liked the little shiver-me-timbers ["shiver-me-timbres" ?] dance the vocalist did abt 6:15 in apparent response to the drum roll there [*].
Thanks for showing us something new (at least to me), Hugh ! ------------------------------------- BTW & FWIW, Zappa's Inca Rds showed up (at least for me---YT picking material based on viewers's habits) as a follow up. Could almost beb an extension of the "Owls" track ! [& the close-ups of FZ's fingers during his solo are particularly helpful ]
I've been drawn back to the live album Emmylou Harris did with her incredible touring band, Spyboy, featuring New Orleans rhythm section of Brady Blade and Daryl Johnson and the incredible and vastly underrated Buddy Miller on guitar.
Mon Laferete's got an interesting vox timbre there...although it's diff in the other examples of her work I found. That "little girl" tone kinda reminds me a bit of a less Edith Piaf, etc, but more importantly of someone more personal for me. Victoria Williams, who here also steals a page from the Neil Jung gtr lesson book (2:18~2:42)
Here's something absolutely new to me. Got no idea who they are or anything at all. After searching out a Jeff Healey clip to post here, I left the site running &, as happens, other material popped up. Suddenly I heard this well, produced dynamic gtr solo over a string bank drifting somewhere beyond BBK's & Bill Szymczyk's version of "The Thrill Is Gone" Dangalicious !
Who wants to tell me abt 'em or do I gotsta find out on my own ?!
Yeeees, Girl, but what can you tell me abt 'em ? Good / Bad / Best material ? Like most ppl, (The) Internet's made me impatient & never-got-enuff-time-to-even-spell-words-in-full------------make me hip & knowledgeable k-NOW !
The clip at the top of the page is The Chemical Bros & doesn't seem to offer any blues content (although perhaps some discontent). If yer axing abt the Blues Delight track, that seems to be either Vincent Beaulne or possibly Laurent Trudel.
Well d, at the top of THIS page( and maybe for some reason at least on MY PC monitor) is indeed Blues Delight and a tune called "If I Had Money". And thanks for the name info. I'll try looking into it Whitefang