UK three CD set. Widely acclaimed as the Godfather of British blues, the late Alexis Korner boasts a reputation which is fully deserved. As leader of Blues Incorporated, he was a pioneer of the genre, a Zelig-like presence and generous enabler who inspired a swathe of putative young blueshounds that included Brian Jones, Mick Jagger and Keith Richards (as Richards once acknowledged, The Rolling Stones wouldn't have existed without him), Eric Burdon and Eric Clapton. But Korner was more than just a seismic influence, as Every Day I Have The Blues: The Sixties Anthology makes clear. Recorded in both a live and studio setting, this set chronicles Korner's musical activities throughout that most tumultuous of decades as he went from kick-starting the British blues boom to ending the Sixties in the company of a new generation of blues-rockers, thrilled to be enjoying the patronage of a much-loved elder statesman. Every Day I Have The Blues features tracks from such legendary British blues live documents as R&B From The Marquee and At The Cavern as well as a clutch of studio albums, with sensational lead vocal performances from the likes of Cyril Davies, Long John Baldry, Ronnie Jones, Herbie Goins, Duffy Power and Robert Plant, who was in the middle of recording an album with Korner when Led Zeppelin came calling. With rare singles, studio outtakes and non-UK releases added to the pot, Every Day I Have The Blues is the definitive document of Korner's work during the Sixties. It comes in a stylish clamshell box with a 24-page booklet of rare photos and a new 5000+ word essay on his career during the period in question.
UK three CD set. Widely acclaimed as the Godfather of British blues, the late Alexis Korner boasts a reputation which is fully deserved. As leader of Blues Incorporated, he was a pioneer of the genre, a Zelig-like presence and generous enabler who inspired a swathe of putative young blueshounds that included Brian Jones, Mick Jagger and Keith Richards (as Richards once acknowledged, The Rolling Stones wouldn't have existed without him), Eric Burdon and Eric Clapton. But Korner was more than just a seismic influence, as Every Day I Have The Blues: The Sixties Anthology makes clear. Recorded in both a live and studio setting, this set chronicles Korner's musical activities throughout that most tumultuous of decades as he went from kick-starting the British blues boom to ending the Sixties in the company of a new generation of blues-rockers, thrilled to be enjoying the patronage of a much-loved elder statesman. Every Day I Have The Blues features tracks from such legendary British blues live documents as R&B From The Marquee and At The Cavern as well as a clutch of studio albums, with sensational lead vocal performances from the likes of Cyril Davies, Long John Baldry, Ronnie Jones, Herbie Goins, Duffy Power and Robert Plant, who was in the middle of recording an album with Korner when Led Zeppelin came calling. With rare singles, studio outtakes and non-UK releases added to the pot, Every Day I Have The Blues is the definitive document of Korner's work during the Sixties. It comes in a stylish clamshell box with a 24-page booklet of rare photos and a new 5000+ word essay on his career during the period in question.
5013929184800

Details

Format: CD
Label: GRPF
Rel. Date: 11/16/2018
UPC: 5013929184800

Every Day I Have The Blues: 60s Anthology
Artist: Alexis Korner
Format: CD
New: In Stock $35.00
Wish

Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. 3/4 A.D. (With Davey Graham)
2. She Fooled Me
3. Gotta Move
4. Rain Is Such a Lonesome Sound
5. I Got My Brand on You
6. Keep Your Hands Off
7. I Wanna Put a Tiger in Your Tank
8. I Got My Mojo Working
9. Down Town 1
10. How Long, How Long Blues 1
11. I Thought I Heard That Train Whistle Blow 1
12. I'm Built for Comfort (Aka Everything She Needs) 1
13. Up-Town 1
14. Rockin' 1
15. Night Time Is the Right Time 1
16. See See Rider 1
17. Blue Mink 1
18. Rainy Tuesday 1
19. Yogi 2
20. Sappho 2
21. Preachin' the Blues 2
22. Taboo Man 2
23. Whoa Babe 2
24. Every Day I Have the Blues 2
25. Well All Right, O.K., You Win 2
26. Little Bitty Gal Blues 2
27. Hoochie Coochie Man 2
28. Kansas City 2
29. Woke Up This Morning 3
30. Stormy Monday 3
31. Cabbage Greens 3
32. Chicken Shack 3
33. Haitian Fight Song 3
34. I Need Your Loving 3
35. Please Please Please 3
36. Little Baby 3
37. Roberta (Single Version) 3
38. I Got a Woman 3
39. Oh Lord, Don't Let Them Drop That Atomic Bomb on Me 4
40. Long Black Train 4
41. Rock Me 4
42. I'm So Glad 4
43. Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting 4
44. Oo-Wee Baby 4
45. River's Invitation 4
46. Money Honey 4
47. Louise 4
48. Floating 4
49. Rosie (Alternative Version) 5
50. Yellow Dog Blues 5
51. The Love You Save 5
52. Corina, Corina 5
53. Mary Open the Door 5
54. Little Bitty Girl 5
55. Go Down Sunshine 5
56. The Same for You 5
57. I'm Tore Down 5
58. In the Evening 5
59. Somethin' You Got 6
60. What's That Sound I Hear 6
61. I Wonder Who? (Alternative Version) 6
62. Operator 6
63. Steal Away 6
64. Mighty Mighty (Spade and Whitey) 6
65. Funky 6
66. Wild Injun Woman 6
67. To Whom It May Concern 6
68. I See It 6
69. You Don't Miss Your Water

More Info:

UK three CD set. Widely acclaimed as the Godfather of British blues, the late Alexis Korner boasts a reputation which is fully deserved. As leader of Blues Incorporated, he was a pioneer of the genre, a Zelig-like presence and generous enabler who inspired a swathe of putative young blueshounds that included Brian Jones, Mick Jagger and Keith Richards (as Richards once acknowledged, The Rolling Stones wouldn't have existed without him), Eric Burdon and Eric Clapton. But Korner was more than just a seismic influence, as Every Day I Have The Blues: The Sixties Anthology makes clear. Recorded in both a live and studio setting, this set chronicles Korner's musical activities throughout that most tumultuous of decades as he went from kick-starting the British blues boom to ending the Sixties in the company of a new generation of blues-rockers, thrilled to be enjoying the patronage of a much-loved elder statesman. Every Day I Have The Blues features tracks from such legendary British blues live documents as R&B From The Marquee and At The Cavern as well as a clutch of studio albums, with sensational lead vocal performances from the likes of Cyril Davies, Long John Baldry, Ronnie Jones, Herbie Goins, Duffy Power and Robert Plant, who was in the middle of recording an album with Korner when Led Zeppelin came calling. With rare singles, studio outtakes and non-UK releases added to the pot, Every Day I Have The Blues is the definitive document of Korner's work during the Sixties. It comes in a stylish clamshell box with a 24-page booklet of rare photos and a new 5000+ word essay on his career during the period in question.