Blues The best music site on the web there is where you can read about and listen to blues, jazz, classical music and much more. This is your ultimate music resource. Tons of albums can be found within. http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/2399.html Fri, 07 Oct 2022 05:06:33 +0000 Joomla! 1.5 - Open Source Content Management en-gb John The Revelator - The Blue Skin Album (2016) http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/2399-john-the-revelator/20761-john-the-revelator-the-blue-skin-album-2016.html http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/2399-john-the-revelator/20761-john-the-revelator-the-blue-skin-album-2016.html John The Revelator - The Blue Skin Album (2016)

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01. A Woman Knows 5:21
02. Sensitive Kind 4:22
03. Dee 3:17
04. Under The Bridge 4:29
05. Danny's Chant 3:40
06. Congo Square 5:27
07. Wandering Eye 5:00
08. Talk To Your Lawyer 4:18
09. I Don't Wanna Lose You Right Now 4:42
10. The Green Manalishi 6:13

Tom Huissen - vocals and bass
Frans ten Kleij - electric lead guitars and blues harp
Cor Dijkhuizen - drums and percussion
Paul Dammers - slide guitar, electric and acoustic guitars
Erwin Aubroeck - Hammond organ, piano, synthesizer and vocals

 

John the Revelator, 40 years of ramblin’, stringbending, slidin’ and wailing.

Back in 1966 future John the Revelator singer and bassman Tom Huissen lived in London at the time that the blues scene there exploded.He became pals with Peter Green and witnessed the first rehearsals of Pete’s then new band Fleetwood Mac.

Immediately after returning in Holland Tom started to form a blues band modelled after Fleetwood Mac. John the Revelator took off immediately and extensively started gigging the Dutch and European blues circuits that were thriving at the time.

After winning the prestigious Loosdrecht Jazz contest in 1970 record label Decca offered the band a recording contract resulting in the first album “Wild Blues”. Since then band has played all over the European continent and released many blues albums.

In recent years John the Revelator has jammed with Peter Green, Snowy White,Chris Farlowe and a bunch of legendary Dutch blues guys. Some of them are featured on the album “Down in the Mud” and on the live DVD “Blues Train to Thalia” which was released in 2007.

After playing all over Europe the band now for the first time will be touring Western Australia in November 2009 and play at the prestigious Bridgetown Blues Festival. In September the new studio album “Underway” will be released. --- johntherevelator.nl

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John The Revelator - The Tamalone Blues Tapes (1996) http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/2399-john-the-revelator/8651-john-the-revelator-the-tamalone-blues-tapes-1996.html http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/2399-john-the-revelator/8651-john-the-revelator-the-tamalone-blues-tapes-1996.html John The Revelator - The Tamalone Blues Tapes (1996)

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01 - Crossroads 04:42 play
02 - Fool No More 12:07
03 - Happy Home 03:51
04 - Yonder Come The Blues 05:32
05 - Black Cat Moan 07:22 play
06 - Pretty Woman 10:09
07 - Pack, Fair & Square 05:18
08 - Worried Dreams 10:17
09 - Talk To Me Baby 09:02
10 - Cahow (Bonus CD) 08:02
11 - Got To Move (Bonus CD) 03:48
12 - Willie & The Handjive (Bonus CD) 03:48
13 - Tamaloner (Bonus CD) 03:18

Cor Dijkhuizen: drums & percussion
Paul Dammers: slide & rhythm guitar
Sjoerd Bosma: keyboards & tenor saxophone, vocals, voice-over on "Cahow"
Tom Huissen: bass & vocals
Frans ten Kleij: lead & rhythm guitar, harmonica
Mississippi Twins: backing vocals (Hetty Koopman & Jolanda van Bezooijen)

 

After 27 years on the road the band finally recorded a long overdue live album. Marvellous giant Fred Bok most kindly lended his Tamalone building to the band for the recordings.

Back in 1966 future John the Revelator singer and bassman Tom Huissen lived in London at the time that the blues scene there exploded. He became pals with Peter Green and witnessed the first rehearsals of Pete’s then new band Fleetwood Mac. Immediately after returning in Holland Tom started to form a blues band modelled after Fleetwood Mac. John the Revelator took off immediately and extensively started gigging the Dutch and European blues circuits that were thriving at the time.

After winning the prestigious Loosdrecht Jazz contest in 1970 record label Decca offered the band a recording contract resulting in the first album “Wild Blues”. Since then band has played all over the European continent and released many blues albums. In recent years John the Revelator has jammed with Peter Green, Snowy White, Chris Farlowe and a bunch of legendary Dutch blues guys. Some of them are featured on the album “Down in the Mud” and on the live DVD “Blues Train to Thalia” which was released in 2007. After playing all over Europe the band now for the first time will be touring Western Australia in November 2009 and play at the prestigious Bridgetown Blues Festival. In September the new studio album “Underway” will be released.

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