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We are now playing slow blues, shuffles, rock blues, soul, funk, country blues in our own way. We paid respect to our Irish pub hosts, Molly Malone's last week with a version of Whiskey in the Jar drawn from Thin Lizzy, which was appreciated by Irish and blues music fans. In his constant search for musical satisfaction, Eric Clapton has jumped around between musical genres, all the time bringing his playing perfection to the music he creates. So, there are no rules for the brave. Their recordings are dubbed over and over again with harmonies, and the range of vocals achieved by Freddie and Roger often have to be covered by several singers in the same band.
Springsteen is a master of playing requests live with his E Street Band, without losing his essential style. This video is my favourite:. In part, it depends on the audience and what they have been led to expect.
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If we are advertising a special blues celebration, like we did with Shun Kikuta recently, then we will stick to a fairly tight blues classic format. If we are playing a general Sunday night we do try to introduce classic blues to people who may not have heard it before, but we also involve them by playing songs they will know.
If we play at a new venue with a different audience, it's a challenge, as we don't know what to expect, but we have to be brave. At the end of the day, it depends a lot on what the band really has a passion to play.
It is almost impossible to fake it on stage. If you are not into a song, it comes through in the power of the instruments and the tone of the vocals.
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It just lacks energy. So, regardless of how comfortably a song fits in a genre, the most important element is the band's commitment to play that song. Does the band truly respect the song and want to share it with an audience? If yes, then the song will normally work.
Most people who make requests are trying to connect with the band. One way to connect back is to dedicate an alternative song you really want to play to them, play it with passion and sing it to them as if they are the only ones in the room. Almost every time they will remember this more than if you played their request. Order by , and we can deliver your NextDay items by.
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About This Item We aim to show you accurate product information. Manufacturers, suppliers and others provide what you see here, and we have not verified it. King bassist Russell Jackson and began a tour that lasted five years. In Buddy started his own band and played blues clubs across Canada and Europe.
Rogers is backed by long time band mates Mike Wedge on bass and James Badger on drums. By My Side showcases a guitar and voice forged by a life in the blues. Having learned his first chords from his mom on guitar at age 6, he developed his ear by playing along with whatever records he could get his hands on, but it was seeing Johnny Winter on TV that made a lasting influence on him at age