PAGE, JIMMY - CD
TRIBUTE TO ALEXIS KORNER

LABEL:
The Store For Music SJPCD600
SOURCE:
Club Palais Ballroom, Nottingham 5th June 1984, recorded and mixed for Radio Trent by John Moon assisted by John Bolton and Geoff Woodward (RIP), arranged by the Nottingham Jazz Society and cooperation of Ian Stewart who got the artists together, broadcasted on a later date.
FORMAT:
2 Picture cds
RUNNING TIME:
58.57/56.32
SOUND/SOURCE:
Soundboard Stereo
PACKAGING:
digipack
 


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SOUND 10 / PACKAGING 9 / PERFORMANCE 10

 

TRACK LIST:

Disc One: 1. Intro, 2. Sweet Home Chicago, 3. When It All Comes Down (I ll Still Be Around) , 4. Early Morning Groove, 5. Introducing The Band, 6. Bring It On Home To Me, 7. How Long, How Long Blues, 8. Blue Monday, 9. Let The Good Times Roll, 10. Stormy Monday, 11. Splanky, 12. Big Boss Man.

Disc Two: 1. My Country Man, 2. Million Dollar Secret, 3. River s Invitation, 4. Oh Lord Don t Let Them Drop That Atomic Bomb On Me (Jimmy Page Jam on cover), 5. Money s Getting Cheaper, 6.  Waiting For The Call (King Of All I Survey on cover), 7. Got My Mojo Working, 8. Everyday I Have The Blues, 9. Encore Intro, 10. Hoochie Coochie Man.

 
REVIEW:

This concert was a tribute to the late Alexis Korner the man that brought the blues to England who had just passed away 6 months before it, everything was arranged by Ian Stewart who gathered all musicians and selected the club where to play including contact with Trent Radio to record the evening output. In fact it was broadcasted by that radio later on (date unknown) but this is an authorized release, one of the so called grey market which is interesting because it features extra tracks from those we knew already that were reviewed here as part of A.Korner Volume 4 of the Stones Sidesteps project, this concert in fact was also released on bootleg as part of Led Zeppelin Strange Tales From The Road LP and cd box sets.

There seem to exist 4 versions of this show two from private recordings and one from the Led Zeppelin 8 CD-box Strange Tales From The Road and finally this last one that has been released officially in 2019 and obviously has better, clearer sound, a real upgrade that has also the merit to offer 5 tracks that were not available before. The line up here consists of. Charlie Watts on drums, Stu on piano, Ruby Turner on vocals, Paul Jones on harmonica and vocals, Jimmy Page on guitar, Jack Bruce on bass and vocals and Roger Sutton on bass and vocals, John Picard on trombone, Willie Garnett, Dick Heckstall-Smith and Don Weller on sax.

Packaging is nice with a digipack that emphasizes Jimmy Page involvement with picture and title for obvious commercial reasons, however there are some misprints that could have been avoided, with a little care (My Countey Man) as well as two wrong song titles on the back cover track listings. Apparently the first batch of this set contained by mistake Disc Two twice (despite labels).


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