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Buried Alive in the Blues [Bonus DVD] Import, Live

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  • Audio CD (July 12 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Import, Live
  • Label: Uninhibited
  • ASIN: B0009PLM0I
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
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1. Born In Chicago - featuring Nick Gravenites
2. Buried Alive In The Blues - featuring Nick Gravenites
3. Walk Away - featuring Tracy Nelson
4. Drinking Wine - featuring Nick Gravenites
5. GM Boogie - featuring Barry Goldberg & Harvey Mandel
6. Left Handed Soul - featuring Nick Gravenites
7. Miss You Like The Devil - featuring Tracy Nelson
8. All The Help I Can Get - featuring Tracy Nelson
9. Death Of Muddy Waters - featuring Nick Gravenites
10. Find My Baby - featuring Sam Lay
11. New Truck - featuring Tracy Nelson
12. King Bee - featuring Corky Siegel
13. Snake - featuring Harvey Mandel
14. Hound Dog - featuring Sam Lay

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars CBR- Please Come Back! April 29 2008
By slowhandfan - Published on
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Run, don't walk, this CD/DVD is a must-have for all blues afficionadios. If, by chance, you grew up on in Chicago on the blues of the 60's - 70's, this combo will feel to you like an old pair of slippers. The excellent 32-page pamphlet that comes with it is an added bonus.
The CBR band features Nick Gravenites, Harvey "The Snake" Mandel, the great drummer Sam Lay, Tracy Nelson, Barry Goldberg, and Corky Siegel of the infamous Siegel-Schwall Blues Band of Chicago. Siegel is a great harp player and fine vocalist in his own right.
Why-oh-why did this group of exceptionally talented artists never make the "big-time?" Wow, they came so about unjust! I'm truly grateful they got together to give their fans this fine, fun CD/DVD and hopefully convert many more fans. It's never too late.
While the CD includes noteworthy blues tunes, and is worth the price in it's own right, it's the DVD that will knock you out. The DVD presents the history of Chicago blues dating back to the 50's and 60's. The formation of Chess records is described, while film footage of interviews and narratives from prominent Chicago blues musicians offer a historical perspective. Featured artists include Mike Bloomfield, Paul Butterfield and Charlie Musselwhite, three of the greatest blues musicians to come out of Chicago's sixties blues scene. Footage from the Newport Folk Fest of '65 with Dylan & Bloomfield is covered. The Electric Flag, imho a band that produced one of the best blues lp ever, "A Long Time Comin'" is also discussed.
A portion of the DVD is devoted to the illustrious old-timers, who are seen in concert, interviews, and simply reminiscing, including Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, Buddy Guy & BB King. You'll also find Santana, Steve Miller and Eric Clapton discussing how the early Chicago blues musicians were key to their desire to learn to play guitar and greatly influenced their playing style.
I've shared this DVD with friends and all were impressed. Any blues afficionados with a hunger to learn the history of Chicago's colorful blues history, will certainly appreciate this exceptional DVD.
5.0 out of 5 stars i'd say Educational! Aug. 20 2015
By Ron Butler - Published on
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Loved the CD and the Documentary was really fun!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Review from the Commonwealth Feb. 12 2010
By Ronald Winters - Published on
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If you like the Blues, this music CD will make an enjoyable addition to your collection. It will also add some entertaining history provided on the accompanying live concert & interviews DVD.
7 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Down home Chicago! Sept. 3 2005
By M. Beran - Published on
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Fantastic sets. Great group of long time Chicagoans getting together. My new latest favorite!
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By Rick Shaq Goldstein - Published on
Format: Audio CD
This is a pure 5 star rating. Every song is good to great. A STRONG HELPFUL HINT: "Listen to the CD in full first, then watch the DVD." This is a fun, CD. What I mean by that is you can tell how much these aging veterans enjoy, reawaking the ghosts of the blues. It's also obvious they enjoy each other's company. The songs range from romping electric guitar, to "cooking" harp play by Corky. One song that is different from normal a Chicago Blues song is #3 "Walk Away" by Tracy Nelson. This is a ballad that you will play for your friends, because there is no female voice portrayed so powerfully, this side of an Italian opera singer. All I could tell my friends, is that Tracy has the type of voice, that should have sung the National Anthem on national TV, at the first baseball game played in New York after 9/11! This whole CD is a gas. With all the above being said, after listening to the entire CD, and only after! Watch the DVD. You can see not only how much all these people enjoy each other, but you will be given a lesson in the history of the Chicago Blues, all the way back to Muddy Waters. Interspersed between this historical lesson, are video portions of the CD (If you obediently listened to Rick "Shaq" Goldstein's genius instructions earlier in this review!) and you get to see first hand, what you only imagined while you were tapping your feet during the CD. The boys and gal in this reunion group are getting up in years, and I sure hope they have the foresight and desire to record at least one more of these classics, before it's too late, in the immediate future. I went to the Monterey Jazz Festival in June 2006 to see them, and Nick hobbled out in very bad shape, and they only played a few short songs. (Also, unfortunately, they had mike problems when Tracy performed "Walk Away", thus making the people near me in the stands, wonder what I was bracing them for. THREE FINAL CLOSING POINTS: 1. Buy this CD/DVD package. 2. Watch the CD and then the DVD as Shaq recommends. 3. To the Chicago Blues Reunion; please record another session now!