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Late One Saturday Evening - Alec Seward - Late One Saturday Evening: A Party With Sonny Terry, Brownie McGhee & Others (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Alec Seward - Late One Saturday Evening "Late One Saturday Evening" is the title cut of an Alec Seward album recorded at a house party in New York City in the Fall of The album has gone in and out of periods of availability over the years, and has recently been licensed and released on CD by Fat Possum, so it is available again, for the.
  2. Later in the decade Seward worked in concert and at folk blues festivals. Seward died of natural causes in May , at the age of 71, in New York City. Released posthumously, Late One Saturday Evening, was recorded at a house party in , featuring Sonny Terry, Brownie McGhee and Washboard Doc, and issued on Blue Labor in
  3. Mike Wilhelm. Asked by famed rock photographer Herb Greene to name his favorite guitarist, Jerry Garcia replied, "Mike Wilhelm." Charles Perry said it all in a Rolling Stone Magazine review of Mike's first solo album when he wrote, "Wilhelm's voice is so tough and effective that it's scarcely credible that he's doing all that slick finger-picking at the same time, but the song was done in one.
  4. Alec Seward (born Alexander T. Seward, March 16, – May 11, ) was an American Piedmont blues and country blues singer, guitarist and songwriter. Some of his records were released under pseudonyms, such as Guitar Slim, Blues Servant Boy, King Blues and Georgia Slim. His best-remembered recordings are "Creepin' Blues" and "Some People Say".
  5. ALBUM; Sonny Terry, Woody Guthrie, Alec Seward: Chain Gang Blues: Sonny Terry Vol. 2 Sonny Terry, Woody Guthrie, Alec Seward: Betty and Dupree: Sonny Terry Vol. 2 Big Chief Ellis: Dices, Dices: Rub a Little Boogie: New York Blues .
  6. May 16,  · One of New Zealand's most popular hard rock/psychedelic bands of the late s and early s. The most significant addition was guitarist Billy Tekahika, who played under the name Billy TK. Partly because of Tekahika, the Human Instinct embarked on a far heavier psychedelic direction, influenced heavily by the wah-wah and distortion of Jimi.
  7. The second album for Chess and presented here, "Come and Get Me I'm Ready," was another story: a fine overall document of the art of Kim Tolliver. In , Kim Tolliver fortunately had one last opportunity to record under the production of Jack Taylor for Tay-Ster records.
  8. Alec Seward (Guitar Slim) - Died (Blues) Born in Charles City, Virginia, U.S. (He did,"Creepin' Blues" and "Some People Say") Big John Greer (John Marshall Greer) - Died (Blues) Born (He did,"Got You On My Mind" and "Bottle It Up And Go") Worked with Wynonie Harris, Hal "Cornbread" Singer and Bill.

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