The set Roots N' Blues features many hours worth of early blues, folk/country and gospel recordings from a variety of American artists.
Re-issue of this awesome, top-shelf, soul-powered bluesy heavy guitar rocker from Texas featuring Special Guests & fellow Texan guitar slingers Lance Lopez and Wes Jeans. Includes 12 tracks (60 mins.) of outstanding, killer blues/rock riffage with tons of serious six-string "Texas Attitude". An excellent, diverse & dynamic debut disc from this way-kool axeslinger that will rock your blues into the next county. Excellently produced by Mister Don Moore and Highly recommended to fans of SRV, Doyle Bramhall, Ian Moore, Wes Jeans & Lance Lopez.
SNOWY WHITE is something of an unknown known size. Since the beginning of the seventies he is a fond wanted and booked session musicians, but also with several solo albums at the start as a guitarist (and singer). WHITE played with PETER GREEN, played with THIN LIZZY, he accompanied PINK FLOYD and was traveling with ROGER WATERS. In the "the wall" Zarco 1990 in Berlin even partially in the foreground. But a superstar, a guitar hero never became of him, for he is far too modest, of which you can convince yourself in the 25-minute backstage documentation of this DVD. An esteemed musician who is never verscherzte it with his longtime companions, he always is. And his companions came to apparently happy and in spite of closely packed schedules - also to refer to the interview section, than to record a concert DVD SNOWY WHITE AND FRIENDS. No mega-event, whether outdoors or in a large hall, but rather a club session in the "MuziekCentrum de Bosuil" in the Dutch Weert…..
Remaining Titles: 1941-1947 album for sale by Josh White was released Sep 08, 2000 on the Document label. Liner Note Author: Dave Moore. Remaining Titles: 1941-1947 buy CD music Recording information: 1941-1947. Remaining Titles: 1941-1947 songs Personnel: Josh White (vocals, guitar); Brownie McGhee (vocals, guitar); Sonny Terry (vocals, harmonica); Libby Holman (vocals, accordion); Butch Hawes, Tom Glazer (vocals); John Simmons , Al McKibbon (bass saxophone); J.C. Heard (drums). Audio Remasterer: Gerhard Wessely. Remaining Titles: 1941-1947 CD music contains a single disc with 25 songs.– by cdUniverse
This live DVD was filmed in March 2004 and captures Snowy and his band The White Flames in trememdous form. Included are original songs and covers. A bonus audio CD is included.Widely considered one of the U.K.'s top blues-rock guitarists, Snowy White flexed his formidable chops on recordings by Thin Lizzy, Pink Floyd, Roger Waters, and Peter Green before embarking on his own critically lauded solo career. This 2004 concert captures Snowy and his backup band, the White Flames, performing live renditions of original material like "No Stranger to the Blues," "What I'm Searching For," and "A Piece of Your Love," as well as impeccable covers of Peter Green's "Black Magic Woman" and Jimi Hendrix's "Little Wing."– by cdUniverse
Josh White had a long and varied career, beginning as a session guitarist in the 1920s, then had his own run of stellar blues 78s for Paramount and Columbia in the 1930s, becoming a cabaret bluesman in New York in the 1940s, only to be blacklisted as the McCarthy era dawned, which led to his association with Jac Holzman's fledgling Elektra label in 1955. White recorded seven well-conceived LPs for Holzman between 1955 and 1962, and they restarted his career once again….