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Livin' Blues - 30 Most Slow Blues (2017)

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01. Shylina
02. I Came Home At Night
03. One Night Blues
04. Sunrise
05. Jimmy
06. Hoodoo Man
07. Lonesome Road
08. Gamble On
09. Skidrow
10. Homework
11. Sweet Suzanne
12. Who are you
13. Blue Breeze
14. Go-Go-Train
15. Black Night
16. I Don't Know
17. Worried Dreams
18. Something Is Missing
19. I'm Coming Home
20. Polisch Blues
21. The Great Grandfather
22. You're A Stranger
23. Stealin'
24. Crazy
25. Going Down Slow
26. Shannon
27. You Don't Know How Much I Love You
28. Red lights
29. This Is The Hour
30. Will You Still Love Me

 

This Dutch blues band was formed in the Hague around 1967, becoming a regular outfit from 1969. The early line-up included Bjorn Toll (vocals), John Lagrand (harmonica), Ted Oberg (guitar), Ruud Fransen (bass) and Niek Dijkhuys (drums) but although the name remained wholesale changes soon took place, bringing in a new singer, Nicko Christiansen, and new bass and drums, Peter Kleinjan and Beer Klaasse, the latter pair being swiftly replaced by Gerard Strutbaum and Cesar Zuiderwijk, while keyboard player Henk Smitskamp was added. Other changes followed through the 70s, by which time the band’s repertoire was more inclined towards rock. Musicians involved included bass players Ruud van Buuren, Jan van der Voort, Jaap van Eijk and André Reynen, drummers John Lejeune, Herman van Boeyen, Cor van Beek, Michel Driessen, Kenny Lamb and Arjen Kamminga; the latter pair played in the band simultaneously for a spell. Smitskamp sometimes played bass, singer Johnny Frederiksz came in, as did organist Paul Vin and guitarist Ron Meyes.

Although best known in the Netherlands, Livin’ Blues also gained a following elsewhere in Europe, especially in Poland. At the start of the 80s, the band included Oberg, Christiansen, Evert Willemstein (bass) and Boris Wassenbergh (drums). Spin-off bands formed by ex-members of the Livin’ Blues included Nitehawk and the J&T Band, while most members also played with other Dutch blues and rock bands. The band recorded from 1968, cutting a few singles with its first album coming in 1969. The band appears to have drifted from the limelight after the early 80s but interest in its recorded work remained high into the new millennium. ---allmusic.com

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