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Jon Lord & Hoochie Coochie Men - Live At The Basement
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Blues - Rock | CBR 192 kbits | 02:01:18 | 197,74 MB

1. Intruduction
2. Hideaway
3. Lonesome Traveller Blues
4. Blues With A Feeleing
5. You Got Good Business
6. Green Onions
7. 24,7 Blues
8. Baby Please Don't Go
9. The Money Doesn't Matter
10. Strtange Brew
11. Dallas
12. I Just Wanna Make Love To You
13. You Need Love

1. The Hoochie Coochie Man
2. New Old Lady Blues
3. Who's Been Talking
4. Six Strings Down
5. Duat At Broom
6. Back At The Chicken Shack
7. When A Blind Man Cries
8. 12 Bar Blow Jam
9. When A Blind Man Cries (Single Edit)


Muddy Waters The Hoochie Coochie Men című dalát a legendás hard/heavy basszer, Bob Daisley választotta blues-rock zenekarának, miután vissza érkezett szülőföldjére, Ausztráliába. Bob olyan előadokkal alkotott korábban, mint Ozzy Osbourne, Garry Moore, Black Sabbath, Kahvas Jute, Uriah Heap, Rainbow, Mungo Jerry, Steve Vai, Yngwie Malmsteen és a Chicken Shack. Két társat talált maga mellé. Tim Gaze gitáros énekes dalszerzőt, aki Ariel, Tamam Shud, Kahvas Jute, Rose Tattoo, Pete Wells Band, Gyan, Stevie Wright és The Blues Doctors zenekarokban csillogtatta korábban blues riffjeit. A harmadik társ Rob Grosser dobos énekes dalszerő lett, aki Jeff St John, The Aliens, News, Wayne Gillespie and The Blues Doctors-ban játszott korábban. 2002-2003-ban volt igazán aktív a The Hoochie Coochie Men. Megjelent saját nevükön, majd Live at the Basement címmel kiadványuk, aztán eltűntek a blues kocsmák hátsó szobáiban. A dupla CD érdekessége, hogy a Deep Purpleután komolyzenébe öregedő, legendás Hammond hercege, Jon Lord működik közre rajta.

For those of us who have wondered what happened to the Jon Lord of yesterday, this CD answers that question once and for all. Jon plays his Hammond with all the passion and gusto he did back in the halcyon days of Deep Purple's MkII line-up. Not synths, no piano, no ARP Ensemble, just good old raw Hammond organ. While the blues genre gets a little old, it's so great
to hear him playing organ that you almost don't notice the repetitive nature of the material. That said, I don't believe I've ever made it through the entire show in one sitting. I usually get about half-way through and then I'm ready for a change. I would have loved more of this classic Hammond sound on Purpendicular and Abandon, which would have helped those albums immensely. Here, he plays with a fire and passion that his latter day Purple albums lacked. Overall, a great return to form for one of rock's premier keyboard players. I'd love to see him return to his rock roots a little more often, just to remind the world what a real Hammond player sounds like.


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