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Various - Ann Arbor Blues & Jazz Festival 1972 mp3
Interprète: Various
Titre: Ann Arbor Blues & Jazz Festival 1972
Publié sur: 1973
Label: Atlantic
Pays: US
Catalogue #: SD 2-502
Genre: Jazz / Blues
Classement: 4.8
Votes: 097
Formats: 2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, RI
Taille du MP3: 2598 mb


1Junior Walker & The All Stars(I Am A) Roadrunner / These Things Will Keep Me Loving You
Vocals, Tenor Saxophone – Junior WalkerWritten-By [Roadrunner] – Holland-Dozier-HollandWritten-By [These Things Will Keep Me Loving You] – H. Fuqua, J. Bristol
2Dr. JohnI Walk On Guilded Splinters
Backing Vocals – Jessie Smith, Robbie MontgomeryBass – Charlie HaywardDrums – Bill Stewart , Lou MullenixGuitar – Jimmy NallsOrgan – Chuck LeavellVocals, Guitar, Piano, Percussion – Dr. JohnWritten-By – Mac Rebennack
3The Boogie Brothers With Sister Sarah BrownMy Last Meal
Bass – Sarah Brown Drums – Fran ChristinaGuitar, Vocals – John NicholasHarmonica – Steve NardellaPiano – Boogie Woogie RedWritten-By – James A. Lane
4Michael Turner Introduction To The Festival
Speech – Michael Turner
5Luther AllisonPlease Send Me Someone To Love
Alto Saxophone – Fat Richard DrakeBass – Jacoola PetersDrums – Bob RicheyGuitar, Vocals – Luther AllisonOrgan – Paul White Tenor Saxophone – Kent IvyTrumpet – Ben EmersonWritten-By – Percy Mayfield
6Drop Down Mama
Written-By – Sleepy John Estes
Written-By – Fred McDowell
8CJQForm Kinetic
Bass – Ron BrooksDrums – Bud Spangler, Danny Spencer Guitar – Ron EnglishPiano – Kenny CoxTrumpet – Charles MooreWritten-By – CJQ
9Koko TaylorWang Dang Doodle
Bass – Sylvester BoinesDrums – Alvino BensonGuitar – Mighty Joe YoungPiano – Rick Wright Tenor Saxophone – Walter HambrickTrumpet – Charles BeachumVocals – Koko Taylor, Willie DixonWritten-By – Willie Dixon
10Howlin' WolfHighway 49
Bass – Andrew McMahon Drums – S.P. LearyGuitar – Hubert SumlinPiano – Detroit JuniorTenor Saxophone – Eddie Shaw Vocals, Harmonica – Howlin' WolfWritten-By – Chester Burnett
11John Sinclair , Muddy Waters, Lucille SpannFestival Dedication To Otis Spann
Speech – John Sinclair , Lucille Spann, Muddy Waters
12Bobby "Blue" BlandAin't That Loving You
Bass – Reuben WrightDrums – Charles PolkGuitar – Dr. JohnTenor Saxophone – Ernie Fields, Jr.Trombone – Al ThomasTrumpet – Joe Hardin, Melvin Jackson, Tommy PurksonVocals – Bobby ''Blue'' BlandWritten-By – D. Malone
13Muddy WatersHoney Bee
Alto Saxophone – Marcus Johnson Bass – Calvin JonesDrums – Wille "Big Eye" SmithGuitar – James "Pee Wee" Madison, Louis MyersHarmonica – George "Mojo" BufordPiano – Pinetop PerkinsVocals, Guitar – Muddy WatersWritten-By – McKinley Morganfield
14Johnny Shines Accompanied By The Boogie Brothers With Sister Sarah BrownDust My Broom
Arranged By – Johnny ShinesBass – Sarah Brown Drums – Fran ChristinaGuitar – John NicholasGuitar, Vocals – Johnny ShinesPiano – Boogie Woogie RedWritten-By – Traditional
15Lucille Spann With Mighty Joe YoungDedicated To Otis
Bass – Sylvester BoinesDrums – Alvino BensonGuitar – Mighty Joe YoungPiano – Rick Wright Tenor Saxophone – Walter HambrickTrumpet – Charles BeachumVocals – Lucille SpannWritten-By – Lucille Spann
16Write Me A Few Of Your Lines
Written-By – Fred McDowell
17Hound Dog Taylor & The HouserockersKitchen Sink Boogie
Drums – Ted HarveyLead Guitar – Brewer PhillipsSlide Guitar – Hound Dog TaylorWritten-By – Brewer Phillips, Ted Harvey, Theodore Taylor
18Otis RushGambler's Blues
Bass – Ernest GatewoodDrums – Charles HicksGuitar – Jimmy "Fast Fingers" DawkinsGuitar, Vocals – Otis RushSaxophone – Chavis "Little Bo" SheriffWritten-By – B.B. King, Johnny Pate
19Freddie KingGoin' Down
Bass – Bennie Turner Drums – Charles Robinson Guitar, Vocals – Freddie KingOrgan – Deacon JonesPiano – David MaxwellWritten-By – Don Nix
20Sippie Wallace With Bonnie RaittWomen Be Wise
Bass – FreeboClarinet, Saxophone – John Payne Drums – Chris Parker Guitar – Bonnie RaittPiano – Lou TerriccianoVocals – Sippie WallaceWritten-By – Sippie Wallace
21Sun Ra & His Solar-Myth ArkestraLife Is Splendid
Alto Saxophone – Larry WorthingtonAlto Saxophone, Flute – Danny Davis, Marshall AllenBaritone Saxophone, Bass – Pat PatrickBaritone Saxophone, Flute – Danny ThompsonBass Clarinet – Leroy Taylor Drums – Alzo Wright, Lex HumphriesDrums [Space] – Harry Richards, Robert UnderwoodEdited By – Alton Abraham, John Sinclair Organ [Space] – Sun RaPercussion – Russell Branch, Stanley MorganTenor Saxophone – John GilmoreTrumpet – Lamont McClambTrumpet, Flugelhorn – Akh-tal EbahVoice [Space Ethnic] – Cheryl Banks, Judith Holton, June Tyson, Ruth WrightWritten-By – Sun Ra
22Bonnie RaittTribute To Fred McDowell:
Bass – FreeboDrums – Chris Parker Resonator Guitar [National Steel], Vocals – Bonnie Raitt


  • Engineer [Recording]Jimmy Douglass
  • Mixed ByAlton Abraham (tracks: D4), Bruce Iglauer (tracks: A2)
  • Mixed By [Re-mixed]Bobby Warner (tracks: A1, A3 to D3), Jimmy Douglass
  • Producer [Album Package]Gary Grimshaw, John Sinclair
  • Producer [Festival Album]Jimmy Douglass, Michael Cuscuna, Tunc Erim
  • Producer [Festival]John Sinclair , Peter Andrews
  • Supervised ByMark Meyerson
  • Supervised By [Assistant]John Ryan, John Sinclair


Recorded Live At Otis Spann Memorial Field.
Gatefold Cover.


  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A): ST-A-732735RI
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B): ST-A-732736RI
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side C): ST-A-732737RI
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side D): ST-A-732738RI


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Atlantic Recording Corporation
  • Copyright (c) – Atlantic Recording Corporation
  • Recorded At – Otis Spann Memorial Field
  • Recorded By – Metro Audio, Inc.
  • Mixed At – Atlantic Studios
  • Pressed By – PRC Recording Company, Richmond, IN
  • Produced For – Rainbow Multi-Media


I do not own copyright of the songs. Copyright belongs to artists and company. LIVE AT OTIS SPANN MEMORIAL FIELD Vinyl Rip From the Original Double Arbor Blues and Jazz Festival is a music festival in Ann Arbor, Michigan, that started in 1972 from the Ann Arbor Blues Festival, which itself began in 1969. Although the festival has had a tumultuous history and suspended operations in 2006, it was restarted in 2017. Although started with the support of the University of Michigan, the Ann Arbor Blues and Jazz Festival became a volunteer non-profit 501c event. What began as an outdoor concert became a full weekend of blues and jazz events. Submit Corrections. Various Artists. Ann Arbor Blues & Jazz Festival: 1972. From the original page on the Classic Records site, referencing Various - Ann Arbor Blues & Jazz Festival 1972. Michael Fremer is responsible for the reputation this rare two record set and it being as desireable as it has become. Fremer has been raving about this album and begging for someone to reissue it for years. Stay tuned for an interview with Mosaic Records owner Michael Cuscuna who, on staff at Atlantic in 1972, produced this tour de force blues bash that is not to be missed . Ann Arbor Blues Festival 1969, Vol. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. September 8-10, 1972 Otis Spann Memorial Field, Ann Arbor, MI. Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted. Огромный каталог альбомов и сборников джазовой музыки, которую вы можете слушать онлайн или скачать в mp3 формате бесплатно. Features Song Lyrics for Dr. John's Ann Arbor Blues & Jazz Festival 1972 album. Disc IDs. Cover Art 0. Album Live. Status: Official. Language: English. Script: Latin

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