Chris Barber Memories of My Trip(jazz blues)(mp3@320)[rogercc][h33t]

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[size=200][b][color=red]Chris Barber : Memories Of My Trip
Label: Proper PRPCD-073
Released : 2011
Label : Proper
Format : Mp3@320[/color][/b][/size]


[size=150][color=orangered]For more than 60 years, Chris Barber has been one of the giants of the British jazz scene. Without compromising his high musical standards or the precision of his trombone playing, he has displayed the ability to adapt to seismic changes in jazz music, earning admiration well beyond these shores. His band has embraced traditional jazz, blues, R&B, skiffle and gospel, and they’re all represented here on this glorious two-CD set.
The title-track tells us a lot about the spirit of this man and his music. It was written by American blues singer Brownie McGhee, whom Barber brought over from America to Europe at his own expense, so that his band could learn more about performing the blues from musicians steeped in the tradition. On his return, McGhee wrote this affectionate song listing the places where they’d played, and the people they met, while in the UK and Europe. As Barber recalls in the liner notes, some names posed a problem for the writers at Smithsonian-Folkways: "They tried to write down exactly what he’d sung… Ottilie (Paterson) was transformed into the blues singer R. B. Patterson!"
Many tracks here are very rare, compilers often eschewing Barber’s commercial recordings for more distinctive performances. Muddy Waters sings the Leiber/Stoller Kansas City taped at the Capital Jazz Festival of 1979; and Trummy Young, a legendary trombonist from the Earl Hines orchestra of 33-37, leads off Georgia on My Mind, recorded on a German tour in 1978. More home-grown are the band’s resident singer Ottilie Patterson performing St Louis Blues as if she were at a wake, the rough recording adding to the atmosphere, and Lonnie Donegan doing his thing with Diggin’ My Potatoes. Ottilie is mesmeric again on Lonesome Road, from a BBC Jazz Club session of 1962.
Other treasures include Joe Darensbourg on clarinet for the sweet ballad Rose Room, innovative guitar playing from Rory Gallagher on Can’t Be Satisfied, Jeff Healey’s paean to Satchmo in Goin’ Up the River, and the sprightly Ken Colyer composition Goin’ Home with Van Morrison on vocals. He’s one of a handful of relatively more contemporary artists, including Andy Fairweather-Low, Eric Clapton, Paul Jones and a supremely relaxed Mark Knopfler, who duet with Barber. Each displays fine versatility and easily conveys their enjoyment in performing with this legendary figure.[/color][/size]


[size=150][b][color=red]Disc 1 Blues Jazz and Gospel[/color][/b]
1. Memories of My Trip
[color=tomato]Brownie McGhee[/color]
2. When Things Go Wrong With You
3. Do Lord, Do Remember Me
[color=tomato]Ottillie Patterson, Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee
With Dick Graham, Eddie , Monty & Chris[/color]
4. Weeping Willow
[color=tomato]Eric Clapton and Chris Barber with Chris Stainton[/color]
Dave Bronze and Henry Spinetti
5. Kansas City
[color=tomato]The Muddy Waters Blues Band with Chris Barber[/color]
6. Love Me or Leave Me
[color=tomato]James Cotton with Alexis Korner, Chris Barber and Keith Scott[/color]
7. Can't Be Satisfied
[color=tomato]Rory Gallagher with Chris Barber[/color]
8. Diggin' My Potatoes
[color=tomato]Lonnie Donagan with the Chris Barber Jazz & Blues Band[/color]
9. Goin' Up the River
[color=tomato]Chris Healey with his Jazz Wizards with Chris Barber[/color]
10. How Long Blues
[color=tomato]Van Morrison with the Chris Barber Skiffle Group [/color]
11. Goin' Home
[color=tomato]Van Morrison with the Chris Barber Jazz Band [/color]
12. Oh Didn't He Ramble
[color=tomato]Van Morrison with the Chris Barber Jazz Band and Dr John[/color]
13. Lonesome Road
[color=tomato]Ottillie Patterson with Chris Barber’s Jazz Band[/color]
14. I'll Be Rested
Paul Jones with the Chris Barber Jazz & Blues Band
15. Precious Lord, Take My Hand
[color=tomato]Andy Fairweather Low with the Chris Barber Jazz & Blues Band[/color]
16. Couldn't Keep It To Myself
[color=tomato]Alex Bradford with Chris Barber’s JKazz Band and Singers[/color]
17. Another Sad One
[color=tomato]John Slaughters Last Blues[/color][/size]

[size=150][b][color=red]Disc 2 Jazz and Blues[/color][/b]
1. St. Louis Blues/Missouri Special/St. Louis Blues
[color=tomato]Ottillie Patterson with Chris Barber’s Jazz Band and Edmond Hall[/color]
2. High Society
[color=tomato]Edmond Hall and Ian Wheeler with Chris Barber’s Jazz Band[/color]
3. Rock Candy
[color=tomato]Keith Emerson and the T-Bones with Chris Barber[/color]
4. Georgia On My Mind
[color=tomato]Trummy Young with the Chris Barber Jazz & Blues Band[/color]
5. Rose Room
[color=tomato]Joe Darensbourg with Pat Halcox and Chris Barber[/color]
6. C Jam Blues
[color=tomato]Albert Nicholas with Chris Barber’s Jazz Band[/color]
7. Tea Party Blues
[color=tomato]Chris Barber at the Boston Tea Party[/color]
8. Jack Teagarden Blues
[color=tomato]Eddie Durham with the Chris Barber Jazz & Blues Band[/color]
9. Tailgate Boogie
[color=tomato]Sammy Price, Sandy Brown and Chris Barber with Keith Smith[/color]
10. Winin' Boy Blues
11. On the Sunny Side of the Street
[color=tomato]Chris Barber’s Six Piece featuring Jools Holland[/color]
12. Blues Stay Away From Me
13. Dallas Rag
14. 'til the Next Time I'm In Town
[color=tomato]Mark Knopfler with Chris Barber’s Jazz Band[/color][/size]
Disc 1/1-01 Narrative Memories Of My Trip.mp3 7.018 MB
Disc 1/1-02 When Things Go Wrong With You.mp3 6.593 MB
Disc 1/1-03 Do Lord, Do Remember Me.mp3 5.888 MB
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