Sunday end of the weekend hope its been a good one ? Going to look at a Guy who started performing at te age of 14, Canadian born blues person Wolf Mail this is a totally live album well worth a listen.
Tonight yet another regular Friday night band Shout Sister Shout all round excellent band still going strong today I believe the session today was a album I purchased on cassette so glad I digitized it to enjoy.
This Tavern had great vibe and rich diversity of people local jamaican guys complete with pork pie hats sat play dominoes & cards while the band played and the smoke hovered around the light fitting yes you could smoke in a pub in those days !!!
- Chad Strente Vocals
- Pete Farrugie Lead Guitar
- Lyn Border Bass
- Andy Neil Guitar
- Brian Nevill Drums
- Neighbor Neighbor
- How Do You Know This Man
- Nothing Can Change This Love
- Gettin Even
- Trick Bag
- Same Old Blues
- She’s Lookin` Good
- Just Cant Stand The Pain
- Out Of Left Field
- It Hurts Me Too
- Losin` Game
- Bring It Home To Me
- That`ll Be Just Fine
Hi all, over this weekend I’m going to try and take you on a little journey into the world blues only set in 80`s London and a wonderful venue called the Station Tavern on Bramley Road next to Lamitar Road tube station london W10 edge of Notting Hill & Holland Park and a stone’s throw from BBC Wood lane and Shepherds Bush. OK location and venue sorted we have Bobs Good Time Blues sessions.
Tonights live performance was a regular band we saw thats me and Simon my flat mate, our london abode was in easy reach of the Station Tavern via London Underground, quick walk to the central line Station at Hanger Lane to White City out of tube station down road opposite BBC studio (old) into Wood Lane tube one station hop to Latimer road.
Bobs Good Times Blue presents the Jim McCarty Band (ex Yardbirds drummer).
- Jim McCarty Drums, Percussion & Vocals
- John Idan Guitars,Vocals
- Rod Demick Bass,Harmonica,Vocals
- Don’t Take Advantage of Me
- I got a Woman
- Walkin Through the Back Streets
- Love Me Two Times
- Crying Out for Love
- Smokestack Lightening
- Rack My Bones
Tune in tomorrow night for Shout Sister Shout if you like Jim McCarty you will find more on Spotify
Monday Isolation Blues
Start of another week of confinement its enough to given you the blues.
These old tunes remind me of Friday nights in London getting the tube from Ealing Broadway to Westbourne Grove near Notting Hill to the “Station Tavern” where resident blues band Shout Sister Shout played the blues for hours while gents in porkpie hats sat in the corner playing dominoes great atmosphere smokey boozy & fun.
Without the blues don’t think we would have had the richness & variety of music we have today.
Have a good week if your working, stay sane if your stuck at home most of all STAY SAFE !!!