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Video Shannon Bourne & EBC Allstars – 8 October 2017

Originally Published on 11 October 2017

Superb edit of the Shannon Stephen Bourne gig with the EBC Allstars 8 Oct 2017 by Mark Gove Listen long and loud!!

Prince Public Bar, Fitzroy Street, St Kilda

Shannon Bourne – guitar & vocal
Tony Martin – drums
Rubben Shannon – bass
Adrian Reeves – keys
‘Salty’ Dennis Trevarthen – harmonica

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Video Lloyd Spiegel – It Serves Me Right to Suffer

Originally Published on 30 Apr 2013

Top Australian blues artist Lloyd Spiegal lovingly interprets John Lee Hooker’s Single ‘It Serves Me Right to Suffer’ released in 1964 on the LP “In Person”. At the Elwood Blues Club backed by EBC stalwarts Peter Beulke (Bass), Peter Hodges (Drums), Adrian Reeves (Keys) and Roger Nelson (Harp). Lloyd rarely plays Electric guitar anymore, oh what a treat! Totally smokin’…

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Video Wayne Jury – I Can’t Be Satisfied

Originally Published on 10 Oct 2013

The Fabulous Wayne Jury laying out the kicking 1948 Muddy Waters track, “I Can’t Be Satisfied”, wow! Ably backed by the EBC Allstars, Adrian Reeves on Keys, Neil Rote on Electric Bass, Peter Hodges on Traps, and Roger Nelson on Harmonica. We’re satisfied…….

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Video Salty Dennis Trevarthen – Poison Ivy

Originally Published on 8 Oct 2013

Salty DT grinding out Poison Ivy (not necessarily the one you’re thinking of but the even more poisonous one written by Willie Mabon) at the Elwood Blues Club July 21…Rob O’Toole on drums, Brian Strafford on bass, Adrian Reeves on keys, Mark Gove guitar, Dennis Trevarthen harp vox — at The Greyhound Hotel St Kilda. Kate Elrington on the camera.

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Video Marissa Quigley – I’d Rather Go Blind

Originally Published on 3 Oct 2013

The incomparable Miz Marissa Quigley with her stunning take on the Ellington Jordan classic “I’d Rather Go Blind”.It was first recorded by Etta James in 1967, released in 1968, and has subsequently become regarded as a blues and soul classic.Etta James wrote in her autobiography Rage To Survive that she heard the song outlined by her friend Ellington “Fugi” Jordan when she visited him in prison. She then wrote the rest of the song with Jordan, but for tax reasons gave her songwriting credit to her partner at the time, Billy Foster, singer with

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Video Rebecca Davey – St.James Infirmary Blues

Originally Published on 4 Sep 2013

The magnificent Rebecca Davey (Dreamboogie – PBS FM & MBAS 2011 Blues Performer of the Year, 2012 International Blues Challenge Participant) with a great version of “St. James Infirmary Blues” the American narrative folksong of anonymous origin. “St. James Infirmary Blues” is based on an 18th-century traditional English folk song called “The Unfortunate Rake” (also known as “The Unfortunate Lad” or “The Young Man Cut Down in His Prime”), about a soldier who uses his money on prostitutes, and then dies of a venereal disease! Made famous by Louis Armstrong and the Animals. Backed

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Video Rod Paine – Murder In The First Degree

Originally Published on 27 Aug 2013

The amazing Rod Paine with the incredible Dave Birtwell on guitar ripping on the late great Muddy Waters tune ‘Murder In The First Degree’. Yowsah….with the indefatigable Elwood Blues Club Allstars behind……Adrian Reeves – Keys, Peter Beulke – Electrix Bass Guitar, Rob O’Toole – Skins…..BTW Elvin Bishop laid a fine version too…this is better !

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