James Blood Ulmer Trio Blues Experience

A member of guitarist James Blood Ulmer’s Black Rock Experience and a jazz vocalist, she cultivates a sound that she describes as Black Americana. Queen Esther was the 2008 Grand Prize winner of the Jazzmobile Jazz Vocal Competition, [4] and a 2013 regional finalist [5] and a 2014 finalist [6] and in the Mountain Stage NewSong Contest.

The organists who followed, such as Brother Jack McDuff, Shirley Scott, and Baby Face Willette, also merged contemporary jazz with popular rhythm-and-blues traditions. in the electric guitarist.

After a sojourn in New Orleans, Coleman joined the touring band of blues singer-guitarist Pee Wee Crayton. Similar projects — which introduced such gifted young players as guitarist James Blood.

James "Blood" Ulmer (born February 2 or 8, 1940) is an American jazz, free funk and blues guitarist and singer. Ulmer plays a semi-acoustic guitar.His distinctive guitar sound has been described as "jagged" and "stinging". Ulmer’s singing has been called "raggedly soulful".

Find James Blood Ulmer similar, influenced by and follower information on AllMusic. James Blood Ulmer & the Memphis Blood Blues; James Blood Ulmer & the Thing; James Blood Ulmer’s Blues Experience; Odyssey Band; Collaborated With. Amin Ali; Calvin Weston;

Nov 15, 2017  · James Blood Ulmer, 1990. The blues also figure in Ulmer’s musical background. “Down south we had two kinds of blues,” he says, “One that was forbidden, and one that wasn’t. Mr. Johnny Wilson and Mr. Alton Smith both played the blues. Alton Smith lived down by me, and Mr. Johnny Wilson lived up the road.

Jamal began his professional career playing a kind of chamber jazz, before that was really a thing: his early albums featured a piano/guitar/bass trio. When he formed. s also worked with guitarists.

Get a whole lot funkier and have some fun with Marc Ribot. Marc Ribot – The Young Philadelphians. Trevor Dunn and Ches Smith); bassist Jamaaladeen Tacuma (who has worked with James Blood Ulmer and.

Over on the WWOZ/SoCo Stage, Alvin Youngblood Hart’s trio battered fans with. His sparking, rolling-thunder blues-rock recalled the dark, intense power of serious-as-a-heart-attack masters like.

A remixed version, credited to Ulmer and Bob Blank, with a different running order and new cover art, was released by the Artists House label in the US in 1981. The album was released on CD with a new third mix by Joe Ferla, but the original running order, and with a new cover design featuring a recent photo of Ulmer, on the Japanese DIW label in 1995.

On Chaliwa, the second album by his New Zion Trio, Saft continues to explore the wholly. Mounting Flame-era John McLaughlin as well as the rough-hewn blues noodling of James Blood Ulmer.

James Blood Ulmer´s Odyssey presents the myriad musical directions that its iconoclastic leader has pursued over the past half-century. A wide spectrum of free jazz, country-blues, psychedelic rock, slippery soul and sanctified funk, sometimes leading into sounds which even heavy metal fans would appreciate.

Ulmer’s vocal style is engagingly rough and heartfelt, pure blues all the way; this provides an effective contrast to his convoluted guitar work (and the band’s support). Ulmer’s guitar work is outstanding, transcending the blues label and heading for the outer territories of jazz at quite a rate of knots.

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This was only Unbelievable Lake’s fourth gig but the trio from Magherafelt impressed with a thundering. laced as it was with traces of Jimi Hendrix’s psychedelic blues and James Blood Ulmer’s.

Electric guitarist James ”Blood” Ulmer, a veteran of Ornette Coleman. Back in Time revives his powerhouse guitar/violin/drums trio from 1983’s Odyssey for some barbed, lyrical, mostly instrumental.

Jun 07, 2011  · Equally at home with free-jazz, blues and R&B, Ulmer is at his best when he combines all of the musical aspects of his personality as he does on this excellent live album. Dubbing this band the “Blues Experience" you can tell which direction his is leaning in along with his band mates Amin Ali on electric bass, and Aubrey Dayle on drums and percussion.

Koby Israelite – Blues From Elsewhere: Illustrates what a fertile ground. feel for the direction of a loosely defined song gives the proceedings a James Blood Ulmer sensibility. Volto! – Incitare:.

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Dec 07, 2018  · Check out Sesc Jazz: James Blood Ulmer & Memphis Blood Blues Band (EUA) by James Blood Ulmer on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD’s and MP3s now on Amazon.com.

If, like me, you can recall sweaty gigs by Defunkt and scratchy 7in singles by James "Blood" Ulmer, tonight’s gig promises. The lineup works best on Ulmer’s raggedy blues, such as Jazz Is the.

On albums like the landmark Trout Mask Replica, his music often sounded like nothing but Delta blues run through Coleman’s. including the guitarists James “Blood” Ulmer and Sonny Sharrock, bassist.

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Free Lancing is an album by American guitarist James Blood Ulmer recorded in 1981 and released on the Columbia label. It was Ulmer’s first of three albums recorded for a major label. Contents

Find James Blood Ulmer credit information on AllMusic. Free jazz has not produced many notable guitarists. Experimental musicians drawn to the guitar have had few jazz role models; consequently, they’ve typically looked to rock-based players for inspiration.…

WXPN’s Blues Show host Jonny Meister counts off his 10 favorite blues albums of 2007, including harmonica player Bobby Rush, guitarist James Blood. Sessions Ulmer continues to bring a rare.

James Blood Ulmer discography and songs: Music profile for James Blood Ulmer, born 2 February 1942. Genres: Jazz-Funk, Avant-Garde Jazz, Jazz Fusion. Albums include Tales of Captain Black, Odyssey, and Are You Glad to Be in America?.

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James Blood Ulmer: There is Another Place to Go; Album Reviews. Birthright by C. Michael Bailey No Escape from the Blues: The Electric Lady Sessions by David Vance No Escape From The Blues by Charlie B. Dahan No Escape From the Blues by C. Michael Bailey Blue Blood by.

A remixed version, credited to Ulmer and Bob Blank, with a different running order and new cover art, was released by the Artists House label in the US in 1981. The album was released on CD with a new third mix by Joe Ferla, but the original running order, and with a new cover design featuring a recent photo of Ulmer, on the Japanese DIW label in 1995.

Tacuma’s experience under Coleman’s tutelage as well as his. He also quickly became an in-demand side musician, working with such artists as Ribot, James Blood Ulmer, James Carter, Derek Bailey,

James (Blood) Ulmer led a jazz-rock power trio in a set that fell into a pattern: he sang blues songs alternating with instrumentals. The blues were political and personal complaints, including.

James „Blood“ Ulmer South Carolina-born electric guitarist James "Blood" Ulmer (1942) relocated to New York in 1971. After playing with Ornette Coleman (1972-74), he developed an aggressive, edgy, jangled, dissonant style at the instrument that transposed Coleman’s "harmolodic" free jazz coupled with Jimi Hendrix’s psychedelic funk-blues-rock fusion (and loud amplification).

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Jun 18, 2009  · Any other James Blood Ulmer fans on TGP? Saw him play solo last night, as part of the Meltdown Festival curated this year by Ornette Coleman. Wonderful, wonderful harmolodic blues.

In the past, Dorn’s labels have released both reissues as well as new records by artists like Leon Parker, James Blood Ulmer and the Jazz Passengers. “A Visit From the Blues,” was Roland Kirk’s.

We rapped in British accents about our experience. Our track And It Wasn’t a Dream was. We were also into funk, people such as James ‘Blood’ Ulmer and George Clinton and A Certain Ratio. Being on.