Folk Blues Band

Stefan Diestelmann Folk Blues Band - Hofmusik (Amiga 8 55 793) (GDR 1980) (Vinyl 24-96 & 16-44.1)

Stefan Diestelmann Folk Blues Band - Hofmusik
FLAC | Artwork | 24Bit 96kHz: 772 MB | 16Bit 44.1kHz: 232 MB
Cat#: Amiga 8 55 793 | Country/Year: German Democratic Republic 1980
Genre: Blues, Jazz | Hoster: Filesonic/Uploaded

Part # 19 of the AMIGA archival project
Stefan Diestelmann Folk Blues Band - Stefan Diestelmann Folk Blues Band (Amiga 8 55 633) (GDR 1978) (Vinyl 24-96 & 16-44.1)

Stefan Diestelmann Folk Blues Band - Stefan Diestelmann Folk Blues Band
FLAC | Artwork | 24Bit 96kHz: 803 MB | 16Bit 44.1kHz: 233 MB
Cat#: Amiga 8 55 633 | Country/Year: GDR 1978
Genre: Blues | Hoster: Hotfile/Filesonic

Part # 4 of the AMIGA archival project

Stefan Diestelmann - Folk Blues Band  Music

Posted by intotherhythm at May 10, 2008
Stefan Diestelmann - Folk Blues Band

Stefan Diestelmann - Folk Blues Band (1978)
mp3@320Kbps | 91Mb | Amiga LP-rip | Total time: 40:25 | Genre: Acoustic Blues

It is absolutely tremendous! Much of it is in English, some in German, however, even in the German language, what is being sang is understandable. Stefan, deserted the GDR for West Germany, and many of his songs have political statements in them. The first track is about the locomotive-blues…harmonica lovers rejoice!

The Climax Blues Band - Plays On (1969) {1990, Reissue}  Music

Posted by popsakov at March 30, 2018
The Climax Blues Band - Plays On (1969) {1990, Reissue}

The Climax Blues Band - Plays On (1969) {1990, Reissue}
EAC Rip | FLAC (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 277 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 126 Mb
Scans Included (JPG, 600 dpi) | RAR 5% Recovery
Blues, Blues Rock, Soft Rock, Fusion | Repertoire Records #RR 4077-WZ

Following on from the hard-hitting blues of their debut album, Plays On caught the Climax Chicago Blues Band in somewhat transitional waters, testing any number of different musical styles, but never really setting on any. Certainly the funk thump that characterized their better later work was still an idea waiting to be explored, as the group instead fluttered between the scurrying jazz of the opening "Flight," the psychedelic tinge of "Hey Baby, Everything's Gonna Be Alright Yeh Yeh Yeh," the semi-Santana fusion of "Cubano Chant," and the heavy blues of "So Many Roads," all interrupted by "Mum's the Word," a dynamic Moog sequence that builds out of the theme from 2001, and then freefalls into total space rock.
The Son Seals Blues Band - The Son Seals Blues Band (1973) {1993, Reissue} Repost

The Son Seals Blues Band - The Son Seals Blues Band (1973) {1993, Reissue}
EAC Rip | FLAC (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 251 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 102 Mb
Scans Included (JPG, 300 dpi) | RAR 5% Recovery
Modern Electric Blues, Chicago Blues | Alligator Records / Irond Ltd. #IROND CD 08-K034

The Chicago mainstay's debut album was a rough, gruff, no-nonsense affair typified by the decidedly unsentimental track "Your Love Is like a Cancer." Seals wasn't all that far removed from his southern roots at this point, and his slashing guitar work sports a strikingly raw feel on his originals "Look Now, Baby," "Cotton Picking Blues," and "Hot Sauce" (the latter a blistering instrumental that sounds a bit like the theme from Batman played sideways).

BBC - The Genius of Bert Jansch: Folk, Blues and Beyond (2014)  Video

Posted by notbanned at Feb. 28, 2018
BBC - The Genius of Bert Jansch: Folk, Blues and Beyond (2014)

BBC - The Genius of Bert Jansch: Folk, Blues and Beyond (2014)
HDTV | 1280x720 | .MKV/AVC @ 2194 Kbps | 1 h 22 min | 1.34 GiB
Audio: English AAC 132 kbps, 2 channels | Subs: English
Genre: Documentary

Interviews and rare archive footage weave together performances from a landmark multi-artist concert at the Royal Festival Hall in London, celebrating the songs and artistry of the great folk-blues troubadour Bert Jansch. Ralph McTell, Robert Plant, Donovan, members of Pentangle, Bernard Butler, Martin Carthy, Martin Simpson, Lisa Knapp and more pay tribute to Jansch, who died in 2011. Robert Plant shows his vocal prowess with a powerful rendition of Go Your Way My Love, joined by Jansch collaborator Bernard Butler.

Shri Blues Band - Nothing Personal (2017)  Music

Posted by Domestos at Nov. 6, 2017
Shri Blues Band - Nothing Personal (2017)

Shri Blues Band - Nothing Personal (2017)
WEB FLAC (tracks) ~ 278.61 Mb | 46:37 | Cover
Americana, Blues-Rock | Country: Prescott, Arizona, USA | Label: Independent / Shri Blues Band

A new band lineup has resulted in a fresh, rocking sound for the Shri Blues Band. Alongside traditional and country blues listeners will find modern blues-rock songs with grit and flair. Poignant and heart felt songs on love and heartbreak abound.
Climax Blues Band - Flying The Flag (1980) {2012, Remastered} PROPER

Climax Blues Band - Flying The Flag (1980) {2012, Remastered}
EAC Rip | FLAC (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 262 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 83 Mb
Full Scans (JPG, 600 dpi) ~ 33 Mb | RAR 5% Recovery
Soft Rock, Pop Rock | Repertoire Records #REP5211

Flying the flag for British rock throughout the Seventies and well into the next decade, Climax Blues Band were at the forefront of high quality, entertaining music, performed with equal success ‘live’ and on record. This ten track selection was first released in 1980, a time of change and conflicting influences. But whatever the moods affecting the musicians, they always played with maximum passion and expertise, as is revealed on ‘Flying The Flag’. The opening number ‘Gotta Have More Love’ is closer to disco pop than the blues that first inspired the group, but whatever style they espoused, Climax always delivered songs with cool expertise. And the core feeling for the rockin’ blues can always be found in performances like Peter Haycock’s outstanding ‘So Good After Midnight’ and the aggressive ‘Blackjack And Me’, that are among the highlights of a vibrant high flying album.

Climax Blues Band - Gold Plated (1976) {1991, Reissue}  Music

Posted by popsakov at April 10, 2018
Climax Blues Band - Gold Plated (1976) {1991, Reissue}

Climax Blues Band - Gold Plated (1976) {1991, Reissue}
EAC Rip | FLAC (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 219 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 79 Mb
Full Scans (JPG, 600 dpi) ~ 39 Mb | RAR 5% Recovery
Blues Rock, Soft Rock | Repertoire Records #REP 4142-WY

Gold is right – after gradually building their reputation a series of nine LPs, the Climax Blues Band finally enjoyed a serious hit single with "Couldn't Get It Right," which hit number three on the American charts and led to this album and then two years of almost constant touring. The group is at its most laid-back here, slipping more into a funk than a blues groove for most of Gold Plated's length. They keep some elements of their earlier sound, such as Peter Haycock's searing guitar solo on "Mighty Fire," but those looking for the group's unabashed older style will have to content themselves with just three numbers here: "Berlin Blues," with its chiming overlaid and over-amplified guitars, or the slow, Chicago blues-style "Rollin' Home," and the high-energy "Extra."
Archie Lee Hooker & The Coast To Coast Blues Band - Chilling (2018)

Archie Lee Hooker & The Coast To Coast Blues Band - Chilling (2018)
MP3 CBR 320kbps | 01:02:03 | 143.84 Mb | Cover
Delta Blues, Blues Rock | Country: USA | Label: Dixiefrog / Borderline

After locking ourselves away in a studio in the Belgian Ardennes in August of 2016,we are very happy to present to you our newest Album named “Chilling”. What Archie Lee Hooker has to say about “Chilling ”: Chilling is a CD expressing some of my life’s ups and downs, which i’d like to take you on a journey through. I left the plantations of Mississippi at thirteen years of age and headed up north on highway 49 to the bright lights and big city of Memphis Tennessee. I couldn’t believe my eyes looking out of the greyhound as we approached the city. I had never seen paved streets and street lights before. It felt like a different world. Inspired by the Memphis music scene, it didn’t take long before I began singing with my first gospel group “The Marvellous Five”. However, singing the Blues and having some big ass fun finally came about in December of ‘89 when I moved in with my uncle John Lee, the Boogieman himself.