Taped on the final ever Saturday night at the legendary Fillmore West, this superb set finds Jorma Kaukonen and Jack Casady opening for Quicksilver Messenger Service, with help from Papa John Creach on electric violin and Sammy Piazza on drums.
Drawing on their lengthy experience as folk musicians before they formed Jefferson Airplane, it features their breathtaking musicianship and wonderfully intense jamming before a highly appreciative audience.
1. That'll Never Happen No More
2. How Long
3. Candy Man
4. New Song For The Morning
5. Keep Your Lamps Trimmed and Burning
6. Uncle Sam Blues
Jimmy Reed's laid back singing style, harmonica motifs and guitar patterns made for a distinctive guitar sound that significantly impacted on the blues scene of 1950's America. This anthology includes over fifty classic tracks with highlights including 'Honest I Do', 'Baby, What You Want Me To Do', 'My First Plea' plus many more.
1. Honest I Do
2. Go On To School
3. My First Plea
4. Boogie In The Dark
5. You Got Me Crying
6. Ain't That Lovin' You Baby
7. You Got Me Dizzy
8. Little Rai...
Big Bill Broonzy probably had his biggest commercial success in the '50s, when he became the darling of the folk crowd. But his glory days as a musician were no doubt the late '20s and early '30s, when these exceptional sides were done. Broonzy was a guitarist of amazing ability, highly sought after as a sideman by his peers. He also did some superb solo work, and both facets are clearly evident here. "How Do You Want It Done?"--arguably his solo tour de force--is likely the earliest example of a rocking guitar boogie. "Long Tall Mama" and "Skoodle Do Do" show that his fingerpicking pr...
1. Lift Him Up That's All
2. Paul And Silas In Jail
3. Mother's Last Word To Her Son
4. The Church Needs Good Deacons
5. Jesus Is My Friend
6. A Mother's Last Word To Her Daughter
7. I Had A Good Father A...