One person found this helpful. Jammin' with the Chicago Blues-set. Homage to those who brung it first. An historical collaberation As one reviewer said "A Jewish kid from England got it. Amen to that. If you like the Electric Blues, and want to hear some talented white kids from England playing with some of the Original greats from Chicago This is the continuation of a two part jam session. It takes brings the session to an end. It's not so much about what they played or how good they played; it's more about finally getting to us a slice in time when musicians jammed and the music changed profoundly.
I was there in Chicago during those years, and it was both hard and painful to make sense of all the changes going down; these two hours made sense and the blues gods were generous. This is a great album from the original Fleetwood mac and dare I say the better Fleetwood mac it is cool to hear all the legends on the album with them if you love blues as much as I do you will not be disappointed with this purchase.
Truly awesome follow up to Blues Jam 1. See all reviews. Top reviews from other countries. The original vinyl both volumes was my introduction to the Blues. A very, very good album. Over time the Fleetwood Mac sections - most of the album have grown on me more, as well.
Fleetwood's drumming is a bit irritating at times, maybe just too high in the mix. The interaction with the production booth is interesting in a strange way. This was played to me by a school friend. When he needed some cash I offered to buy it off him.
The title totally mystified me, I remember: Blues?? This remastering sounds good, bought to replace the worn-out LPs. With the Amazon Autorip deal you get the mp3s at a reduced price if you get them to send you the free cds. Go figure! Great remastered recording! How did they all manage to gel over such a short period of time? South Indiana - Take 1 4. South Indiana - Take 2 5. Last Night 6. Red Hot Jam Side B 1. I'm Worried 2. Madison Blues 4.
I Can't Hold Out 5. I Need Your Love 6. World's In A Tangle 2. The best stuff is to be found on Fleetwood Mac in Chicago Sire , a double album cut in '69 at the Chess studios, with real-life black bluesmen sitting in The Fleetwood Mac that cut this album was a rough, derivative band, full of enthusiasm and committed to their music The shade of Elmore James smiled on the band, and never more so than on Chicago AllMusic said, "Put together on short notice, and recorded in one day, the sessions have something of a ramshackle feel, but the energy of the performances transcends any shortcomings on this date Robert Christgau wrote, "Knowledgeable song selection, expressive playing — especially by Peter Green, who filters B.
On Analog Planet, Michael Fremer said, "Whatever you think of the blues, you gotta love the sound of these recordings, and more importantly the spirited playing as the veterans join in the fun of playing with the white youngsters from across the sea. These are jams — surprisingly tight ones — with snippets of producer Mike Vernon's communication between the recording booth and the studio left in between the music to help give you an indication of how the tunes were conceived.
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