Archivio Tag: blues

Yes, we believe he’ll dust his broom

Here we are: blues, more and more. All our passion in a very famous blues standard, played with a great love for the roots. Pierluigi is here playing a powerful version of Dust my broom, a Robert Johnson’s song that became one of our favourite hits thanks to the beautiful version of Elmore James.
More blues, fewer words: just enjoy with this funny performance at Olsztyńskie Noce Bluesowe 2015.

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2014/2015: “At Home” is going on

Now we’re finally in the new year and the best way to wish you happiness and joy is to play our favourite music, the blues. The last month gave a lot of pleasure to Pierluigi, who had several dates of the At Home Tour in his homeland, where he had the opportunity to meet old friends and have very funny sessions with them.
One of these was the genuine performance with Little Paul Venturi at Case Matte, the self-organized space of young people of L’Aquila, the italian city struck by a disruptive earthquake in 2009.

No more words but the blues and our best wishes.

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Papa Leg, Cadillac John and Monroe Jones

Monroe Jones’ biography

Monroe Jones, Jr. (1939-2012) was born in Skene and raised in the Delta. He became known as “Little Monroe,” an expert B.B. King stylist, after moving to Chicago, and once bested Robert “Bilbo” Walker so badly in a club performance that Walker was inspired to start learning his own renowned Chuck Berry act in response, by Walker’s account. Jones also learned to play slide guitar in the styles of Earl Hooker and Elmore James, and recorded as second guitarist on an album by slide guitar master Johnny Littlejohn in 1968. (altro…)

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