Decca Originals

The UK Blues Scene (1964-1971)

Dos arquivos da Decca Records UK chega The Blues Scene (1999). Essa antologia de 25 faixas cobre as contribuições desse selo ao renascimento do R&B com um toque de rock dos anos 60. O movimento ainda alimentaria super grupos de heavy metal tais como Cream, Led Zeppelin e o maravilhoso Fleetwood Mac.

From the archives of Decca Records UK comes the Blues Scene (1999). This 25-track anthology covers the label's copious contributions to the 1960s renaissance of rhythm and blues influenced rock. The movement would ultimately seed heavy metal supergroups such as Cream, Led Zeppelin and the seminal incarnation of Fleetwood Mac. Fittingly, the revolving-door personnel of John Mayall's assorted Bluesbreakers are particularly worthy of note. They not only commence and conclude this compilation, but more importantly Mayall also provided an entrance for a host of promising young talent such as Peter Green, John McVie, Mick Fleetwood, Eric Clapton and Aynsley Dunbar all of whom would eventually become internationally recognized icons. Among the Bluesbreaker's offerings presented here are the powerful instrumental "Curly", as well as The "Supernatural", which boasts the distinctive fretwork of Peter Green, "Steppin' Out" featuring Eric Clapton and an incendiary early live take of "I Need Your Love". Another interesting facet is the wide spectrum of American legends whose association with Deccabrought their music to new generations and audiences. Selections from Eddie Boyd ("Key To The Highway", "Blue Coat Man" and "Dust My Broom"), Otis Spann ("Pretty Girls Everywhere"), as well as Champion Jack Dupree ("24 Hours", "Barrel House Women" and "Third Degree") are among the highlights. In the case of the latter title, Dupree had a little help from both Mayall and Clapton on this 1966 recording. The label also heralded artists such as Alexis Korner ("Early In The Morning" and "Night Time Is The Right Time") and Savoy Brown ("Taste & Try Before You Buy", "Train To Nowhere" and "Train To Nowhere") who would have a much stronger impact in Europe than in the States. As such, Blues Scene (1999) is a worthwhile assessment of Decca's vaults, and a valuable primer for the novice. Interested parties should also note the other entries in this series -- including the R&B Scene (1999) and the Northern Soul Scene (1999). ~ Lindsay Planer, All Music Guide

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01. Curly - The Bluebreakers
02. Key To The Highway -eddie Boyd
03. The Supernatural - John Mayall's Bluesbreakers
04. Pretty Girls Everywhere - Otis Spann
05. Blue Coat Man - Eddie Boyd
06. Third Degree - Champion Jack Dupree
07. Steppin' Out - Jaon Mayall's Bluesbreakers
08. Train To Nowhere - Savoy Brown
09. Roll Me Over - Curtis Jones
10. Get On The Right Track Baby - Zoot Money
11. Night Time Is The Right Time - Alexis Korner
12. Sweet Little Angel - Mae Mercer
13. Strut Around - Graham Bond
14. Long Night - Stebe Anglo & John Mayall
15. Goin' Down Slow - Day Graham
16. Taste & Try Before You Buy - Savoy Brown
17. Me And My Woman - Keef Hartley
18. Dust My Broom - Eddie Boyd
19. Barrel House Woman - Mickey 'Guitar' Baker
20. I'm Gonna Move To The Outskirts Of Town - Rod Stewart
21. Double Trouble - John Mayall's Bluesbreakers
22. 24 Hours - Champion Jack Dupree
23. Early In The Morning - Alexis Korner
24. Let Me Love You Baby - Savoy Brown Blues Band
25. I Need Your Love - John Mayall's Blues Breakers

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