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Dave Alvin with Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown, Billy Boy Arnold, Joe Louis Walker - Live In Long Beach 1997 (2015)

Dave Alvin with Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown, Billy Boy Arnold, Joe Louis Walker - Live In Long Beach 1997 (2015)
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Genre: Blues, Roots Rock, Americana, Country Rock, Rock & Roll | Label: RockBeat Records | # ROC-CD-3285 | Time: 01:03:28

In 1997, Dave Alvin – former guitarist and songwriter with the Blasters, and one of the leading advocates of classic blues and R&B on the West Coast roots rock scene – played a special show in Long Beach, California, where he was joined by three very special guests. The fabled Texas fiddler and guitarist Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown, Chicago harmonica master Billy Boy Arnold, and San Francisco-born blues guitarist Joe Louis Walker all sat in with Alvin that evening, making for a very eventful evening for fans of blues and American roots music. The show was captured on tape, and Live in Long Beach 1997 allows listeners to hear Alvin mix it up on-stage with a few of his heroes. Songs include "Barn Burning", "Long White Cadillac", "I Wish You Would", "Chains of Love", "Jolie Blon", "Wabash Cannonball", and more.
Clarence Reid - Dancin' With Nobody But You Babe (1969) {1999 Atlantic CD} **[RE-UP]**

Clarence Reid - Dancin' With Nobody But You Babe (1969) {1999 Atlantic CD}
EAC Rip | FLAC with CUE and log | scans | 243 mb
MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 100 mb
Genre: R&B, soul

Dancin' With Nobody But You Babe is the 1969 debut album by singer/songwriter Clarence Reid. Reid wrote or co-wrote tons of pop and soul/R&B songs in the 1970's, including Betty Wright's "Clean Up Woman" and "Let Me Be Your Lovemaker", Vicki Anderson's "Don't Throw Your Love In The Garbage Can", and Gwen McCrae's "Rockin' Chair" but for some audiences, he is infamously known as the horny and filthy costumed singer known as Blowfly. Before he became known as Blowfly, he was signed to Atco Records in an attempt to be a popular soul vocalist. It failed, and chose to do things in the background, both as a songwriter and as the pussy loving superhero. This album shows slight hints of the humor he already had, especially the album closer, "Send Me Back My Money." It also includes a tasteful cover of The Beatles' "Get Back", for Reid knew the advantages of covering a fab four song and publishing. This CD was released in Japan on 27 October, 1999.
The Clarence Daniels Orchestra feat. Obie Jessie & Sandy Miller - Hard Workin' (2017)

The Clarence Daniels Orchestra feat. Obie Jessie & Sandy Miller - Hard Workin' (2017)
Soul, Jazz, RnB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 01:10:26 | 163 MB
Label: Ace Records

By the sixties, big bands were no longer as popular as they had once been. That was no surprise as music had changed beyond recognition. Bands like The Beatles, and the British Invasion groups in 1964 were game-changers for the big band leaders. They were in a similar boat to the blues men, and found themselves marginalised, and no longer part of mainstream music. However, there were still venues where the big bands were welcomed with open arms.

The Black History of the White House  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by IrGens at May 28, 2017
The Black History of the White House

The Black History of the White House by Clarence Lusane
English | January 1, 2011 | ISBN: 0872865320 | EPUB | 544 pages | 4 MB

Maria Muldaur - Maria Muldaur (1973)  Music

Posted by Designol at May 21, 2017
Maria Muldaur - Maria Muldaur (1973)

Maria Muldaur - Maria Muldaur (1973)
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Pop/Rock, Folk Blues | Label: Reprise/Warner Archives | # 2148-2 | Time: 00:36:34

From the sweet to the salacious to the poignant, Maria Muldaur's eponymous, strong debut features savvy studio vets, talented guests, strong tunes, and Muldaur's lissome pipes. The outstanding players include Ry Cooder, David Grisman, Clarence White, and Mac Rebennack, better known as Dr. John. A tasteful guitar solo by the underrated Amos Garrett elevates the charming surprise hit single "Midnight at the Oasis." Although she later gravitated to jazz and gospel, Muldaur's first outing is heavy on songs derived from country and blues. A rousing "Work Song," borrowed from Kate & Anna McGarrigle, is only one of several highlights.
Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown - Gate's On The Heat (1973)  {1993 Verve France} **[REPOST]**

Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown - Gate's On The Heat (1973) {1993 Verve France}
EAC Rip | FLAC with CUE and log | scans | 292 mb
MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 119 mb
Genre: blues

Gate's On The Heat is the 1973 album by Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown. This was released from France by Verve and features two bonus tracks not on the original.

Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown - American Music, Texas Style (1999)  Music

Posted by Designol at March 29, 2017
Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown - American Music, Texas Style (1999)

Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown - American Music, Texas Style (1999)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 352 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 157 Mb | Scans included | Time: 00:55:37
Modern Electric Texas Blues, Jazz-Blues, Rhythm & Blues | Label: Blue Thumb | # 547 536-2

Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown was 74 when he recorded American Music, Texas Style, and the Texas bluesman made it clear that he still had plenty of energy. On this CD, Brown really emphasizes his love of jazz. Young hard bop players like trumpeter Nicholas Payton and alto saxman Wes Anderson are on board, and the veteran singer/guitarist offers no less than three standards from Duke Ellington's repertoire ("I'm Beginning to See the Light," "Don't Get Around Much Anymore," and son Mercer Ellington's "Things Ain't What They Used to Be") and two classics from Charlie Parker's years with Jay McShann ("Hootie Blues," "Jumpin' the Blues"). Meanwhile, the jazz influence is hard to miss on such fast jump blues as "Rock My Blues Away" and "Without Me Baby." Brown's voice is thinner than it used to be, but his guitar playing is as energetic as ever. While this CD isn't definitive, it's a good, solid effort that Brown can be proud of.

Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown - Standing My Ground (1989) [Repost]  Music

Posted by Designol at March 14, 2017
Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown - Standing My Ground (1989) [Repost]

Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown - Standing My Ground (1989)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 239 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 110 Mb | Scans included | 00:36:58
Modern Electric Texas Blues, Jazz-Blues, Rhythm & Blues | Label: Alligator | # ALCD 4779

A delightfully eclectic program spotlighting nearly all of Gate's musical leanings – blues, jazz, country, even a hearty taste of "Louisiana Zydeco" – and a revealing glimpse of his multi-instrumental abilities: he plays guitar, violin, drums, and piano! There's a tender remake of the Chuck Willis R&B ballad and a funk-tinged update of "Got My Mojo Working," but everything else is from Brown's own pen.
Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown - Bogalusa Boogie Man (1975) Expanded Remastered Reissue 2007

Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown - Bogalusa Boogie Man (1975) Expanded Reissue 2007
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 323 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 166 Mb | Scans included | Time: 00:50:18
Electric Texas Blues, Swamp Blues, Country Soul, Southern Rock | Maison De Blues | # SSC 3060

A sort of a sequel to Gatemouth's 1974 Cajun country & western cowboy album Down South in the Bayou Country, the originally issued Bogalusa Boogie Man consists of 12 tracks performed in more or less that same vein. "Bogalusa Boogie Man" was recorded in Bogalusa, LA, during March of 1975, almost exactly one year after Bayou Country. Material for this project was composed by Danny Morrison, Red Lane, Hoyt Garrick, David Craig, Jerry Hubbard, Pat Rush, Fred Martin, and Little Feat founder Lowell George, whose "Dixie Chicken" features "vocals by everyone around in the studio, including friends and neighbors and the one and only Woody Lee Lewis." George is said to have singled out this version as his all-time favorite.
Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown - Down South In The Bayou Country (1974) Remastered Reissue 2006 [Repost, New Rip]

Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown - Down South In The Bayou Country (1974) Reissue 2006
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 359 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 118 Mb | Scans ~ 65 Mb | Time: 00:48:50
Electric Texas Blues, Swamp Blues, Country Soul, Southern Rock | Maison De Blues | # SSC 3046

Like everything on Memphis Slim's album Goin' Back to Tennessee or Alvin Youngblood Hart's "Tallacatcha" (a Western swing performance worthy of Bob Wills), Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown's 1975 Barclay album Down South in the Bayou Country completely transcends any and all attempts to confine this diverse artist within the artificial parameters of blues or any other preordained category. Consisting mostly of songs written by Hoyt Garrick, Jr., Charles Gressett, and David Craig with additional tunes by J. Loyd and Joe Stampley, this pretty parfait of country & western, Southern rock, cowboy hoedown, and electric Cajun soul music was recorded during February and March 1974 in Bogalusa, LA. Gatemouth, fresh from his tenure as Deputy Sheriff of San Juan County, NM, sounds particularly pleased to be active at the center of a project so completely infused with authentic Southern sensibilities. Perhaps the most satisfying track off of the original album is "Loup Garou." This hoodoo funk ritual with background vocals by Geraldine "Sister Gerry" Richard sounds as if it might have been influenced by Dr. John's "Loop Garoo," which had appeared on that artist's Atco album Remedies in 1970.