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james booker - at onkel pös carnegie hall/hamburg 76 (180g)

at onkel pös carnegie hall/hamburg 76 (180g)
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THE SERIES CONTINUES! - He was one of the greatest Blues musicians, who died too early: JAMES BOOKER. This concert from 1976 shows Booker on one of his best performances ever. James C. Booker’s performance was exceptionally marvellous and just what blues should be all about. All the talk about his problems and the creation of legends which immediately started after his early death in 1983 (in the waiting room of a rehabilitation clinic!), seemed so unimportant and irrelevant that day, just as irrelevant as the timetable of the Hamburg metro; because it does not matter if the last train has already departed (as on that particular evening) with an artist performing many of his own creations but also several blues-classics with so much devotion while being deeply rooted in the spiritual soil of this special city located between Mississippi and Lake Pontchartrain.

Recorded October 27, 1976
at Onkel Pö’s Carnegie Hall, Hamburg, Germany
Recorded by NDR Hamburg
Recording Producer: Michael Naura


CD-Cleartray jewelcase in a slipcase with 12-page booklet

2LP-Set heavyweight 180gram in a gatefold sleeve
Both formats feature extended liner notes in english and german language by Michael Laages
a01. roberta / tell me how you feel
a02. everyday i have the blues
a03. classified
a04. one hell of a nerve
b01. keep on gwine
b02. rockin pneumonia and the boogie woogie flu
b03. please send me someone to love
b04. all by myself
b05. aint nobodys business
c01. something youve got
c02. my bonnie
c03. live
d01. junco partner
d02. lets make a better work
d03. lonely avenue & stormy monday
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