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Blues Don'T Change
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"(2001 'Eagle Records "") (46:45 / 11) PETER GREEN - RTM, NIGEL WATSON - RTM / voc, ROGER COTON - kbds, PETE STROUD - basse, LARRY Tolfree - batterie."
I Believe My Time Ain't Long
Take Out Some Insurance
When It All Comes Down
Little Red Rooster
Don't Start Me Talking
Nbody Knows You When You're Down And Out
Help Me Through The Day
Honest I Do
Blues Don't Change
Crawlin' King Snake
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C'est absolument excellent, à l'image du sublime "The blues don't change" (qu' Albert King avait joué aussi), de "When it all comes down" et de "Help me through the day". Mais tout le reste est très bon aussi. Le son est totalement sublime. L'interprétation, comme toujours chez P. Green, est hors-pair (ah ! le clavier de Roger Cotton !) On retrouve fort heureusement le son et la production si typiques du Splinter Group, qui le rendent qui reconnaissable dès le premier coup d'oreille.
Il manque peut-être un peu de surprises, de laisser-aller, de création, de spontanéité : on sent le respect qui bloque un peu.
À noter, tristement : le Splinter Group, en principe, n'existe plus, et Peter Green n'a rien fait depuis bien des années...
Et en plus il n'est pas cher du tout.
On retrouve bien sûr le son caractéristique du Splinter Group, la virtuosité de Nigel Watson et de Roger Cotton entre autres, parce qu'il ne faut pas se faire d'illusions, le visionnage des concerts du Splinter Group à la fin des années 90 montre bien que Peter Green n'est plus que l'ombre de lui-même et que la grande majorité des soli sont pris par le remarquable Nigel watson!
SI la relecture par Peter Green de ces standarts du blues,n'en demeure pas moins plaisante, je n'y touve là rien de renversant. Mieux vaut ressortir (ce que je fais régulièrement!) le premier opus du groupe de 1997 et le génial live "Soho Session" et je vous parle pas des deux disques que Peter Green a consacré à l'oeuvre de Robert Johnson, un must!
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The Splinter Group, which is currently on a extended hiatus, consists of Peter Green(gtr,vocals),Nigel Watson(gtr.,vocals),Larry Tolfee(drums), Roger Cotton(keyboards) and Peter Stroud(bass). These British musicians have approximately 150 years of combined experience in performing and recording the blues.
Peter and Nigel co founded the group in the early nineties and to date have released nine albums of high quality blues recordings.
Obviously, Peter is the most well known artist. He co founded Fleetwood Mac in the sixties and was instrumental in elevating that band to wide spread critical and commercial acclaim. His brilliant guitar playing, soulful vocals and flawless writing skills resulted in a series of international hit records. A partial list of these classics include," Black Magic Woman", "Albatross", "Oh Well" and "Man of the World". In fact, during that period the band was billed as Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac. He chose to depart the band in 1970 following a dispute over future creative direction.
The next two decades, Peter was in and out of the music scene. At times, playing small clubs and creating a few solo albums which were virtually ignored by the critics and general public. 1990 proved a significant milestone, when his friend Nigel Watson persuaded Peter to co found a premier musical organization dedicated to the Blues. The rest is history.
It should also be known that the other members of the Splinter Group retain stellar British Blues pedigrees. As an example, both Nigel Watson and Roger Cotton are fellow alumni of John Mayall's Blues Breakers.
The" Blues Don't Change" CD is a musical testament to this band's dedication in perpetuating the spirit and joy that is inherent in the Blues experience. Peter and Nigel's vocals are well weathered and aged like a fine wine. Their playing is strictly no frill, straight-ahead Blues licks. The solos are anchored by a rock solid rhythm section.
The audio quality including the mix is exceptional. Although not specifically stated in the liner notes, it sounds as if the band was recorded "live" in the studio rather then on individual tracks.
This without a doubt is the real deal and highly recommended to anyone who appreciates the Blues.
"I Believe My Time Ain't Long"
"Take Out Some Insurance"
"When It All Comes Down"
"Little Red Rooster"
"Don't Start Me Talking"
"Nobody Knows You When You're Down & Out"
"Help Me Through The Day"
"Honest I Do"
"Blues Don't Change"
"Crawlin' King Snake"
In 1996, Green formed The Peter Green Splinter Group and has 10 albums to its credit. In 2001, Peter and the band recorded Blues Don't Change and, until now, it was only sold at their shows and through their website. Eagle Rock Entertainment is now offering this great album of classics commercially. The 11-track album covers great blues tunes by Willie Dixon; John Lee Hooker; Albert, BB and Freddie King; and Jimmy Reed, among others.
Green is joined by Nigel Watson on guitar and vocals, Pete Stroud on bass, Roger Cotton on keyboards, and Larry Tolfree on drums. Together, the punch out eleven great blues classics that are worth multiple slaps of the repeat button for each and every tune. Boomerocity especially loved I Believe My Time Ain't Long, Little Red Rooster, Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out and Help Me Through the Day.
If you love great blues - and great blues classics - then you'll definitely want The Peter Green Splinter Group's Blues Don't Change. You'll learn very quickly that they don't.
Several years ago when I was cruising amazon looking for some new Peter Green, this album appeared and at a good price. I ordered it immediately but wound up disappointed as amazon soon sent me a message that it was no longer available (after one week) and they had no idea when it would be restocked. I have wondered about this album and thought about that message occasionally over the last couple of years while perusing the listings and now finally the missing album has made a reappearance. I don't know what the story is about the disappearing act, but it would have been a shame if this recording had been shelved for good.
While I am not entirely thrilled about every song, there are flashes of magnificence throughout. The album starts out well enough, but in my view doesn't really pick up steam until the fifth cut. Then it takes off! My favorites are Take Out Some Insurance, the much-covered Little Red Rooster, Don't Start Me Talking, the slow-burning Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out, and a searing Help Me Through the Day.
The CD comes with an attractive insert bearing minimal album information and a few pictures of the musicians. Whether you have been a fan since Green's days with John Mayall and Fleetwood Mac, or have just recently come to appreciate his talent, Blues Don't Change is an album you don't want to miss.
Best track is number 8 "Help Me Through The Day" which features two Peter Green guitar solos that reminded me of the old Fleetwood mac days with that special one of a kind SOUND that Peter has.. Great CD. I am enjoying..