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ADLER DANNY LEGACY No.40

LABEL:
Danny Adler
SOURCE:
Tracks 1-13 recorded live in session January 1983 by The Rolling Stones Mobile Truck at Shepperton Film Studios Sound Stage Glyn John’s home studio Surrey, England. Recording Engineers: Mick McKenna & Glyn Johns. Track 14: recorded at Abbey Road #2 on June 1989 and is dedicated with Love to the memory of Ian Andrew Robert Stewart, a great musician and a true visionary. July 18, 1938 - December 12, 1985. Reissue Audio: Bob Bollinger, Playtown Sound, Mastering: Bob Bollinger, Playtown Sound, Artwork Layout: Bob Bollinger, Reissue Producer: Danny Adler.
FORMAT:
1 downlioad cdr
RUNNING TIME:
57.20
SOUND/SOURCE:
Soundboard Stereo
PACKAGING:
single slimline jewel case
 


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SOUND 10 / PACKAGING 5 / PERFORMANCE 10

 
TRACK LIST:
1. Wait Baby, 2. Roll em Pete take 2, 3. Roll em Pete take 3, 4. Knocking At Your Door take 1, 5. I m Tore Up take 2, 6. The Stumble, 7. Talk To Me Baby, 8. Worried Life Blues take 1, 9. I m Tore Up take 1, 10. Wait Baby alternate, 11. Worried Life Blues take 2,  12. Knocking At Your Door take 2, 13. Early In The Morning, 14. Hey Stu.

 
REVIEW:

This release is not a bootleg, but an official release that is available to be downloaded as mp3 or flac, according to which platform you decide to use between D.Adler own site (https://dannyadler.bandcamp.com/album/de-luxe-blues-band-1983) and Amazon (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B083XLKZB5/ref=ap_ws_tlw_alb3). However since it is   not well known and since there so few releases offering unheard tracks featuring Ian Stewart these days I thought better to review it anyway just to spread the word about it.

In 1983, Ian Stu Stewart who was the mastermind behind the Rocket 88 band and the the De Luxe Blues Band, not to mention the Rolling Stones, decided once again to produce another album for the De Luxe Blues Band. He had previously produced the De Luxe second of their 8 albums (A Street Car Named De Luxe, 1981 DA Legacy 16). However, on this occasion he opted to turbo charge the original format by bringing in Charlie Watts on drums and Boogie Woogie maestro George Green and of course, Stu made his own very wonderful piano contributions to several songs (The Stumble etc).
On a January afternoon in 1983, everyone assembled at the Shepperton Film Studios sound stage. By about 10 PM that evening, they had not only finished a complete album (De Luxe Blues Band 1983, DA Legacy 17) but also recorded these wonderful previously unissued songs and alternate takes that you see before you now. Let the feast begin. This has been released on January 8, 2020. Credits are:
Produced by Ian Stu Stewart, Danny Adler - Guitar and lead vocals, Ian Stu Stewart – Piano, Bob Hall - Piano, George Green – Piano, Bob Brunning – Bass, Charlie Watts – Drums. The music offered is exceptional especially if you love blues rock with piano sparks, packaging is instead minimal, just showing a b&w photo of Danny Adler and Charlie Watts on front cover and no back cover at all.


 


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