Brian Auger & Georgie Fame
Brian Auger (born 18 July 1939, London, England) is a jazz and rock keyboardist, who has specialized in playing the Hammond organ. Georgie Fame (born Clive Powell, 26 June 1943, Leigh, Lancashire) is a British rhythm and blues and jazz singer and keyboard player./5
Brian Auger Georgie Fame Alexis Korner Blue Flames Jeff Beck Rolling Stones Carlos Santana John Mayall Mahavishnu Orchestra Brian Matthew Jimi Hendrix Experience Graham Bond Zoot Money Jaco Pastorius Tony Williams Record Plant Stanley Clark Long John Baldry
And of course I should mention the friendliest bunch of punters you're liable to find anywhere on the planet! In case you've not grown tired of playlists, here's our set of British Mod era R&B influenced stuff from the "Chill-out Lounge": Georgie Fame & the Blue Flames: Last night Undertakers: Money Julie Driscoll & Brian Auger: Save me Alexis Korner's Blues Inc: I need your loving King Size Taylor & the Dominoes: Stupidity Cyril Davis & his Rhythm & Blues All Stars: Chicago calling John Mayall: Parchman Farm Nat Kendricks & the Swans: Mashed potatoes Rolling Stones: Come on Herbie Goins & the Night Timers: Number one in your heart (all right, Herbie was American, but the Night Timers were Brits!) Animals: Boom boom Small Faces: Grow your own Redcaps: Talking about you Kinks: Long Tall Sally Spencer Davis Group: Dimples The Who: Daddy Rolling Stone Chris Farlow & the Thunderbirds: Hound dog
I don't know how many people got this release by Paul Clipper but tonight I will be on his internet radio program talking about the Blues and the early English bands from the 1950s and 60s. It gives me a chance to look back on my music years and many of the bands I worked with. Bands like Brian Auger, The Yardbirds, Spencer Davis, Georgie Fame and great blues singers like Long John Baldry. Should be a lot of fun www.ashevillefm.org Be there or be square! 7:30 PM Pacific time. I promise some music you have probably never heard before.
also born January 4 ... 1942 - John McLaughlin, who formed the Mahavishnu Orchestra and has also worked with Carlos Santana, Stanley Clark and Jaco Pastorius. Prior to the Mahavishnu Orchestra, in the 1960s, he played with Alexis Korner, Georgie Fame and the Blue Flames, the Graham Bond Organisation and Brian Auger. In 1969 he moved to New York to join Tony Williams' Lifetime. On March 25th of that year he jammed with Jimi Hendrix at the Record Plant, recalling ‘we played from 2 until 8 in the morning. I was playing an acoustic guitar with a pick-up, a flat-top guitar, and Jimi was playing an electric. I thought it was a wonderful experience!’ In 2010, Jeff Beck called McLaughlin ‘the best guitarist alive’.
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