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Playin’ Up A Storm (2011) - Jimmy Page



Before the name Jimmy Page became synonymous with Led Zeppelin and Hard Rock guitar, the guitarist was a much sought-after session player, appearing on an assortment of artists’ recordings. Some were well known (The Kinks, The Who, Joe Cocker), others somewhat more obscure, such as this rare album with vocalist Keith The Groot, which additionally features half a dozen of the cream of the crop of British studio musicians. Including future Led Zeppelin bass player John Paul Jones, and Nicky Hopkins, later often found tickling the ivories in the company of The Rolling Stones.Jimmy touched upon a variety of musical styles throughout his career, and these fourteen tracks – which he also co-produced – can be effectively placed in the 1960s Rock genre. The…

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amps are not yet overdriven and cranked up to eleven, but you do get a glimpse into Page’s imposing work as a “hired gun” playing catchy tunes and memorable riffs. Page’s solo on “Burn Up” for example is a true gem, right up there with his solo on Joe Cocker’s version of “Blackbird”. The album includes renditions of Blues classics like “Lovin’ Up A Storm”, “Think It Over” and “Burn Up” along with covers of Roy Orbison’s “Down The Line” and Carl Perkins’ “Dixie Fried”.

01 – Lovin’ Up A Storm
02 – Everything I Do Is Wrong
03 – Think It Over
04 – Boll Weevil Song
05 – Livin’ Lovin’ Wreck
06 – One Long Kiss
07 – Dixie Fried
08 – Down The Line
09 – Fabulous
10 – Breathless
11 – Rave On
12 – Lonely Weekend
13 – Burn Up
14 – Everyday

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Live at Rockpalast (2011) - Roy Buchanan



Roy Buchanan has long been considered one of the finest, yet criminally overlooked guitarists of the blues rock genre whose lyrical leads and use of harmonics would later influence such guitar greats as Jeff Beck, his one-time student Robbie Robertson, and ZZ Top’s Billy Gibbons.
The Rolling Stones wanted him to replace Brian Jones, and Eric Clapton asked him to play the guitar for Derek & The Dominos – but he turned down both offers. He moved to Los Angeles when he was a teenager and played in the band Heartbeats with Spencer Dryden (who later became the drummer of Jefferson Airplane). After this, he went on tour with Dale Hawkins and played with Robbie Robertson (The Band) who described Buchanan as one of his main influences.

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Live at Rockpalast captures a live performance recorded for the German rock series Rockpalast on February 24, 1985 in Hamburg. It is a performance that shows Buchanan’s genius on the guitar in an extremely unique way – especially with his brilliant covers by artists including Jimi Hendrix or Don Gibson. It is no secret, however, that Roy Buchanan was particularly able to present his outstanding talents during his live performances – most of which were unfortunately not recorded.

1. Thing in G (Short Fuse) [04:13]
2. Green Onions [05:22]
3. Roy’s Blues (Roy’s Bluz) [10:40]
4. Walk Don’t Run [02:22]
5. Sweet Dreams [03:38]
6. Peter Gunn [03:37]
7. Blues in D (Blues Shuffle Instrumental) [05:20]
8. Hey Joe [04:44]
9. Foxy Lady [03:37]
10. Messiah (Messiah Will Come Again) [07:17]
11. Night Train [03:48]
12. Linda Lou [04:03]
13. Wayfaring Pilgrim [07:42]

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