Live At Old Absinthe Vol 2
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(1997 'Justin Time') (75:04/10) Ähnlich wie der erfolgreiche Vorgänger (CD JUST 100 2) zeigt dieses Livealbum mit weiteren Titeln aus den Konzerten an jenem Februarwochenende in New Orleans, welche Kraft ein Blues-Livealbum ausstrahlen kann, wobei anzumerken bleibt, daß die besten Stücke - vor allem die Uptempo-Nummern - auf dem ersten Album zu finden sind. Nichtsdestotrotz ist auch diese CD spannend und hörenswert / like its succesful predecessor, 'Live At The Old ... Vol.1', this new set is an electrifying reminder of the power of live blues. Culled from the same two nights of recording, the best tracks have been included on the first volume, especially the up-tempo tunes. Still, this is another fine rockin' example of live blues with sweat and grits and everything. BRYAN LEE - gtr/voc, 'CADILLAC' PETE RAHN - hca, MARK ADAMS - org, JOHN BANKS - kbd, VICTOR SPANCOWSKI - drums. Special guests: FRANK MARINO (of MAHOGANY RUSH) - gtr, KENNY WAYNE SHEPHERD - gtr.
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The only way this could be improved was if they had a DVD, which unfortunately I don't thing there is, Dammit!
Oh! Check out Friday night too, that one also contains James Cotton.
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You'll never hear exactly what we heard. The blues bar was gone long before Hurricane Katrina, another victim to the epidemic of mango-flavored daquiris. But this CD is about as close as you can expect from a live recording. Unlike the Friday Night recording, this one included two guest guitarists: Frank Marino (known for his work with Mahogany Rush) and Kenny Wayne Shepherd. Their performances are excellent, but more important I think is that their presence brought out the absolute best in Mr. Lee's playing. Forced to choose between the two CD's, I'd go with this one first.