Blues Makers

Natural Blues 2

 Natural Blues 2 Blues Makers
  • CD1: 1. Ismael Lo - Dibi Dibi Rek
  • CD1: 2 Wasis Diop - African Dream
  • CD1: 3. Baaba Maal - Djam Leelii
  • CD1: 4. Dorothy Masuka - Mama Ngi Niki
  • CD1: 5. Orchestra Marrabenta Star de Mocambique - Nwahulwana
  • CD1: 6. Nothembi Mkhwebane - Khalimane
  • CD1: 7. Boubacar Traoré - Bebe Bo Nadero
  • CD1: 8. Cheikh Lo ­- Ne La Thiass
  • CD1: 9. Afrika to Cairo -Okavango Slide
  • CD1: 10. Angelique Kidjo -­ Summertime
  • CD1: 11 Ry cooder and Ali Farka Toure ­- Ai DU
  • CD2: 12. Ocean Blues - Maloyan Devil
  • CD2: 13. Masai Tribesman - 3 Lions 3 Chords
  • CD2: 14. Taj Mahal & Toumani Diabate - Take this Hammer
  • CD2: 15. Bessie Jones - Sometimes
  • CD2: 16. Boy Blue, Willie Jones, Joe Lee - Joe Lee's rock
  • CD2: 17. Helen Humes - Married Man Blues
  • CD2: 18 Sonny Boy Williamson - Help Me
  • CD2: 19. Eddie "Mr Cleanhead Vinson" - Kidney Stew Blues
  • CD2: 20. John Lee Hooker- This Land is Nobody's Land
  • CD2: 21. Howlin Wolf -red rooster
  • CD2: 22. BB King - The Thrill Has Gone
  • CD2: 23. Buddy Guy -My Love is Real
  • CD2: 24. Jimmy Reed - Shame Shame
  • CD2: 25. Dinah Washington - Long John Blues
  • CD2: 26. Muddy Waters - Rock Me
  • CD2: 27 Bo Diddley - I'm Bad
  • CD2: 28. Etta James - I Would Rather Go Blind
  • CD2: 29. Vera Hall -Trouble so hard

Following the success of Natural Blues (WRASS20), Natural Blues 2 is the perfect accompaniment, further exploring the "Natural Blues" of America, but complimenting this by the finest exponents of the genre to have come from the African continent. Like any other innovative development, the nineteenth- and twentieth- century genre to be called "blues" was the result of a chain of determinants linked by cause and effect that can be traced to various other times and places.There is no such thing therefore as the "roots" of the blues, but the American blues were a logical development that resulted from specific processes of cultural interaction among eighteenth ­ to nineteenth century African descendants in the United States, under certain economic and social conditions. However the outcome of the blues must have had some "influence from Africa" and vice versa, the blues has "influenced" musicians from the African continent.The history of the blues is more than a musical chronology. The blues was born the day the slave trade began in West Africa. It was raised amid the institutionalized savagery of the Deep South and flourished in the dark heart of America's largest cities. This album is the "natural blues" of America complimented by the most significant blues that has emerged from the African Continent. Along with a number of collaborations of Americans and Africans which exemplifies how blues has become a world wide genre .

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