sábado, 15 de maio de 2010

Jerry Lee Lewis, Jimmy Rogers, Howlin' Wolf

O que acontece quando três lendas do blues/rock gravam discos apoiados por... várias lendas do blues/rock? Resposta óbvia: três discos lendários: The (Complete) Session, de Jerry Lee Lewis, Blues Blues Blues, de Jimmy Rogers, e The London Sessions, de Howlin' Wolf.
São três insofismáveis lendas do blues e do rock, Jerry Lee Lewis, Jimmy Rogers e Howlin' Wolf, secundados por inúmeras outras feras do blues e do rock (vejam os line-ups dos álbuns); o produto final, logicamente, só poderia ser três discos antológicos, para figurar em qualquer discoteca que se preze (o quê? não tem nem ao menos um? o que está esperando então? ser chamado de alienado men, digo, musical? tasca logo o mouse nos borrachos aí em baixo [já tô enxergando três... hic] e manda bala... é, pode abrir um Label depois...). Sem biografias, pessoal, por motivos também óbvios; os caras que encabeçam os discos são mais manjados que as contas suiças do Paulo "Estrupa Mas Não Mata" Maluf (pode trocar o nome do distinto aí por qualquer político que o ditado não muda... tsk, tsk, tsk).














Jerry Lee Lewis (2005) The (Complete) Session
(*)


Tracklist:

1. Drinking Wine Spo-Dee O'Dee (McGhee) 3:37
2. Music To The Man (Colton) 4:40
3. Baby What You Want Me To Do (Reed) 3:58
4. Bad Moon Rising (Forgety) 2:37
5. Sea Cruise (Smith, Vincent) 3:53
6. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction (Jagger, Richard) 3:13
7. Juke Box (Lee, Hodges, Smith, Colton) 4:38
8. No Headstone On My Grave (Rich) 5:21
9. Big Boss Man (Smith, Dixon) 2:23
10. Pledging My Love (Robey, Washington) 2:23
11. Dungaree Doll (Raleigh, Edwards) 1:10
12. Memphis (Berry) 4:03
13. I Can't Give You Anything But Love (Fields, McHugh) 0:59
14. Trouble In Mind (Jones) 5:48
15. Johnny B. Goode (Berry) 3:30
16. High School Confidential (Tribute To Jerry Lee) (Lewis, Hargrove) 3:27

17. Early Morning Rain (Lightfoot) 4:21
18. Be Bop A Lula (Vincent, Davis) 6:02
19. Singing The Blues (Robbins) 2:20
20. Goldmine In The Sky (Kenny, Kenny) 4:10
21. Whole Lot Of Shakin' Goin' On (Williams, David) 4:00
22. Sixty-Minute Man (Ward, Marks) 3:36
23. Down The Line (Orbison, Phillips) 3:28
24. What'd I Say (Charles) 4:58
25. Rock & Roll Medley: Good Golly Miss Molly (Marascalco, Blackwell), Long Tall Sally (Johson, Penniman, Blackwell), Jenny, Jenny (Johnson, Penniman), Tutti Frutti (LaBostrie, Lubin, Penniman), Whole Lot Of Shakin' Goin' On (Williams, David) 3:50

Personnel:

Jerry Lee Lewis: Piano, Vocals (tracks: 1 to 15, 17 to 25)
Albert Lee: Acoustic Guitar (tracks: 12, 15, 17, 21, 25), Electric Piano (tracks: 3, 9), Guitar (tracks: 1, 2, 4 to 8, 10, 12, 16, 18 to 20, 22 to 24)
Drew Croon: Acoustic Guitar (tracks: 16)
Gary Taylor: Acoustic Guitar (tracks: 3, 9, 24)
Kenneth Lovelace: Acoustic Guitar (tracks: 1 to 4, 7, 9, 10, 23), Violin (track: 17)
Ray Smith: Acoustic Guitar (tracks: 1, 4 to 8, 10, 12, 14, 15, 17, 20 to 23, 25)
Thunderthighs: Backing Vocals (track: 24)
Chas Hodges: Bass (tracks: 2, 4, 5, 7, 8, 10, 11, 14, 15, 17 to 22, 24), Guitar (tracks: 3, 9), Piano (track: 16), Vocals (track: 4)
John Gustafson: Bass (track: 16)
Klaus Voorman: Bass (tracks: 1, 3, 9, 12, 23, 25)
Kenny Jones: Drums (tracks: 1, 3, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21, 23 to 25), Percussion (tracks: 2, 6)
Mick Kellie: Drums (tracks: 1, 3, 9, 12, 16, 18, 23 to 25), Percussion (tracks: 2, 6, 15, 21, 22)
Pete Gavin: Drums (tracks: 2, 4 to 8, 10, 14, 17, 19, 20, 22), Percussion (tracks: 15, 21)
Pete Robinson: Electric Piano (track: 16)
Alvin Lee: Guitar (tracks: 1, 12, 23, 25)
Delaney Bramlett: Guitar (track: 18), Guitar [Bottleneck] (tracks: 22, 24)
Joe Jammer: Guitar (track: 16)
Mickey Jones: Guitar (tracks: 12, 25)
Peter Frampton: Guitar (tracks: 6, 15, 21)
Rory Gallagher: Guitar (tracks: 6, 15, 19, 21), Guitar [Bottleneck] (tracks: 2, 7)
B. J. Cole: Guitar [Pedal Steel] (track: 16)
Brian Parrish: Harmonica (tracks: 3, 9), Percussion (tracks: 1, 12, 23, 25)
Andy Bown: Organ (tracks: 2, 6, 7, 15, 21)
Gary Wright: Organ (tracks: 1, 12, 22, 23, 25)
Matthew Fisher: Organ (tracks: 10, 14)
Tony Ashton: Organ (tracks: 4, 5, 7, 8, 20), Percussion (track: 10), Piano (tracks: 14, 17)
Gary Taylor: Percussion (tracks: 12, 25)
Jerry Lee Lewis, Jr.: Percussion (tracks: 1, 3, 7, 9, 12, 23 to 25)
Matthew Fisher: Percussion (track: 8)
Ray Smith: Percussion (track: 24)
Steve Rowland: Percussion (tracks: 3, 9, 18, 24)
Tony Colton: Percussion (tracks: 1, 7, 23)

A ficha do disco foi extraída do site Discogs.
(*) O LP original foi gravado em 1972 e lançado em 1973.

















The Jimmy Rogers All Stars (1998) Blues Blues Blues


Tracklist:

1. Blow Wind Blow [Featuring Jeff Healey] (Morganfield, Waters) 5:00
2. Blues All Day Long [Featuring Eric Clapton] (Rogers) 4:45
3. Trouble No More [Featuring Mick Jagger & Keith Richards] (Waters) 4:22
4. Bright Lights, Big City [Featuring Taj Mahal] (Reed) 3:41
5. Every Day I Have the Blues [Featuring Lowell Fulson] (Memphis Slim) 5:09
6. Sweet Home Chicago [Featuring Stephen Stills] (Johnson, Rogers) 4:10
7. Don't Start Me To Talkin' [Featuring Mick Jagger/Keith Richards] (Williamson) 4:34

8. That's All Right [Featuring Eric Clapton] (Rogers) 4:48
9. Ludella [Featuring Taj Mahal] (Rogers) 3:53
10. Goin' Away Baby [Featuring Mick Jagger/Keith Richards] (Lane, Rogers) 4:52
11. Worried Life Blues [Featuring Stephen Stills] (Hopkins, Merriweather) 5:15
12. Gonna Shoot You Right Down [Boom Boom] [Featuring Robert Plant, Jimmy Page & Eric Clapton] (Hooker, Koeing) 5:18

Personnel:

Jimmy Rogers: Guitar, Vocals
Jeff Healey: Guitar, Vocals
Eric Clapton: Guitar, Vocals
Lowell Fulson: Guitar, Vocals
Stephen Stills: Guitar, Vocals
Taj Mahal: Vocals, Harmonica
Jimmy Page: Guitar
Keith Richards: Guitar
Jimmy D. Lane: Guitar
John Koening: Guitar
Freddie Crawford: Bass
Ted Harvey: Drums
Johnnie Johnson: Piano
Carey Bell: Harmonica
Kim Wilson: Harmonica
Mick Jagger: Vocals
Robert Plant: Vocals

A ficha do disco foi extraída do site CD Universe.

















Howlin' Wolf (2002) The London Howlin' Wolf Sessions (Deluxe Edition)
(**)

Tracklist:

Disc One
The Original Album
The Original Mix
1-1. Rockin' Daddy (Wolf) 3:42

1-2. I Ain't Superstitious (Dixon) 3:29
1-3. Sitting On Top Of The World (Chatmon, Vinson) 3:50
1-4. Worried About My Baby (Wolf) 2:54
1-5. What A Woman! (Oden) 3:00
1-6. Poor Boy (Wolf) 3:04
1-7. Built For Comfort (Dixon) 2:08
1-8. Who's Been Talking? (Wolf) 3:02
1-9. The Red Rooster [False Start And Dialog] (Dixon, Wolf) 1:58
1-10. The Red Rooster (Dixon) 3:47
1-11. Do The Do (Dixon) 2:18
1-12. Highway 49 (Williams) 2:46
1-13. Wang Dang Doodle (Dixon) 4:28
Bonus Tracks From London Revisited (Newly Remixed From The Session Multi-Tracks)
1-14. Goin' Down Slow (Oden) 5:52
1-15. Killing Floor (Wolf) 5:18
1-16. I Want To Have A Word With You (Wolf) 4:07

Disc Two
Previously Unreleased Bonus Tracks

2-1. Worried About My Baby [Rehearsal Take] (Wolf) 4:31
2-2. The Red Rooster [Alternate Mix With Alternate Piano] (Dixon) 4:02
2-3. What A Woman! [a.k.a Commit A Crime] [Alternate Take] (Oden) 5:10
2-4. Who's Been Talking? [Alternate Take With False Start & Dialog] (Wolf) 5:51
2-5. Worried About My Baby [Alternate Take] (Wolf) 3:43
2-6. I Ain't Superstitious [Alternate Take] (Dixon) 4:10
2-7. Highway 49 [Alternate Take] (Williams) 3:39
2-8. Do The Do [Extended Alternate Take] (Dixon) 5:44
2-9. Poor Boy [Alternate Lyrics/Mix] (Wolf) 4:27
2-10. I Ain't Superstitious [Alternate Mix] (Dixon) 3:53
2-11. What A Woman! [a.k.a Commit A Crime] [Alternate Mix With Organ Overdub] (Oden) 3:10
2-12. Rockin' Daddy [Alternate Mix] (Wolf) 3:58

Personnel:

Howlin' Wolf: Vocals, Harmonica (tracks: 1-4, 1-8), Acoustic Guitar (track: 1-9), Guitar [2nd] (track: 1-15)
Bill Wyman: Bass Guitar, Cowbell, Shaker
Charlie Watts: Drums, Congas, Percussion [Assorted]
Hubert Sumlin: Guitar
Eric Clapton: Guitar [Lead]
Jeffrey M. Carp: Harmonica
Dennis Lansing: Horns (tracks: 1-2, 1-7, 2-10)
Joe Miller: Horns (tracks: 1-2, 1-7, 2-10)
Jordan Sandke: Horns (tracks:1-2, 1-7, 2-10)
Ian Stewart: Piano (tracks: 1-1, 1-7, 1-11, 1-13, 2-1, 2-3, 2-4, 2-6, 2-7, 2-12)
Lafayette Leake: Piano (tracks: 1-3, 1-4, 1-9, 1-10)
Steve Winwood: Piano, Organ (tracks: 1-1 to 1-13, 2-9 to 2-12)
Phil Upchurch: Bass (track: 1-1)
Klaus Voorman: Bass (track: 1-2)
Richie: Drums (track: 1-2)
John Simon: Piano (track: 1-8)

A ficha do disco foi extraída do site Discogs.
(**) O LP original foi gravado em 1971 e lançado em 1974.


13 comentários:

Aponcho disse...

Solo fieras!
Un post de estas características es imposible de dejar pasar, voy a empezar a bajar inmediatamente.
Un acierto mas de Duga.
Gracias maestro
Saludos!

dugabowski disse...

Gracias, Aponcho. Usted es mui camarada. Saludos!

Anônimo disse...

AS FERAS QUE ACOMPANHAM OS MONSTROS (OU O CONTRÁRI0 ?) TORNAM OS DISCOS IMPERDÍVEIS!!! BAIXANDO JÁ!! VALEUZAÇO!!! FORTE ABRAÇO. BETO DE NITEROI

Sasquepola disse...

Belo Hat-trick.

Anônimo disse...

Super postagem, excelentes indicações.
Muito obrigado!
Abraço,
freduka

dugabowski disse...

Beto, grande parceiro. Obrigado pelo comentário. Um abraço.

dugabowski disse...

Obrigado, Sasquepola. Grande abraço. Volte sempre.

dugabowski disse...

Agradeço o comentário, freduka. Um grande abraço.

DAGON disse...

Grande Duga, to meio numa onda de ouvir um Heavy Blues aqui (o vai se refletir nos meus posts dessa semana) e essas pérolas vieram na hora certa, downloadeandoo com certeza.

Abraço.

dugabowski disse...

Dagon, pensando bem, e acho que tu vais concordar com isso, os camaradinhas aí tem lugar garantido em qualquer player, pouco importando a preferênciia musical do dono do player. São os chamados hors-concours. Um grande abraço. E vamos aguardar o que vai pintar lá no Hard & Heavy.

Ed disse...

Um desfile de feras mesmo Duga... mas só esse Jimmy Rogers já arrembentaria a boca do balão. O cara é muito bom. Grande post.
Abs,

dugabowski disse...

Ed, e, estranhamente, era o único disco que eu não tinha em vinil e em cd; os outros dois eu possuía (não assim completos, é claro). E o fato é o seguinte: quando caras como Eric Clapton e outras lendas resolvem participar, como coadjuvantes, de um disco, é sinal de que o coadjuvado tem café no bule, garantido. Um grande abraço.

Ed disse...

É mesmo Duga. Esses são daqueles que a gente fica na dúvida quem são os coadjuvantes... momentos únicos que merecem ser guardados e apreciados de tempo em tempo.
Abs,