Sunday, September 21, 2014

Memphis Horns on Knock On Wood, Eddie Floyd

1966, the boyz large and in charge...

Saturday, September 20, 2014

Memphis Horns on In The Midnight Hour, Wilson Pickett

1965, an early tour de force performance over at Stax...

Friday, September 19, 2014

Memphis Horns on Eyes Of Silver, Doobie Brothers

1974, kickin' it on one of my all-time favorite albums...

Memphis Horns on Don't Play That Song, Aretha Franklin

1970, In the best of company with the one and only...

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Memphis Horn on Sledgehammer, Peter Gabriel

1986, Wayne Jackson proves one Memphis Horn is better than none at all, just ask PG...

Sunday, September 14, 2014

Memphis Horns on Let's Stay Together, Al Green

1972, the boyz were just getting warmed up...

Memphis Horns on Sweet Caroline, Neil Diamond

1969, go ahead sing along, it's cool...

Saturday, September 13, 2014

Memphis Horns on Angel Of Harlem, U2

1988, written for Billie Holiday, seems the drummer had a message for Bono with the boyz of Memphis showing how it's done, just perfect...

Memphis Horns on Son Of A Preacher Man, Dusty Springfield

Dusty paid Memphis a visit in 1968, the band returned the favor...

Thursday, September 11, 2014

Memphis Horns on Roll With It, Steve Winwood

1988, powerful stuff, no denyin'...

Monday, September 8, 2014

The Mar-Keys -- Last Night

Over the years, I have learned a fair amount of music history over at L'Man's blog (connection on the left), just wanted to return the favor with this one including a who's who of the best musicians to be found then and now, true dat...

Saturday, September 6, 2014

Sena & Ed Ehrhardt -- 30 Days In The Hole

Ole DeucE gets around, looks like he had a wonderful time back in Cali with his Dad and fam, thanks for the recommendation here...

Rory Gallagher -- Edged In Blue

Another one for SC Ray's consideration, don't think it gets better than this, amigo...

The Tractors & Company -- Can't Get Nowhere

What's a poor boy to do...

Sunday, August 31, 2014

Tony Stevens & Slow Ride -- Fool For The City

Some Sunday afternoon boogie with one of Jb's all-time favorite bass players (still standing tall), like Foghat, this band kicks ass...

Billy Iuso & Company -- I See You

Sax New Orleans Style, please and thank you...

Band Of Heathens -- Hallelujah

A little Sunday morning gospel (live for the visual, studio for the audio), can I get an Amen?

Otis Redding -- Fa Fa Fa Fa Fa (Sad Song)

Tryin' to get a message to you...