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  • CD (27 juillet 2010)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Delmark
  • ASIN : B003UOM5OC
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« LIVE IN BOSTON 1966 » est un album « live » inédit du légendaire chanteur-harmoniciste JUNIOR WELLS ! Signalons que ce concert a été enregistré (mais jamais sorti en CD) par DELMARK quelques mois après la sortie de l'album « HOODOO MAN BLUES », dont le tube « MESSIN WITH THE KID » a été samplé des centaines de fois par des rappeurs depuis 20 ans. Et « HOODOO MAN BLUES » est le best-seller du catalogue DELMARK. WELLS est accompagné par la section rythmique la plus célèbre de Chicago à l'époque, « THE ACES, composé du guitariste LOUIS MYERS, du bassiste DAVE MYERS et du batteur incontournable FRED BELOW. Au programme, plus d'une heure de folie ! Inclus : I Wanna Boogie», «Messin' With The Kid», «Man Downstairs», «Worried Life Blues», «Hideaway», «That's All Right», «Look On Yonder's Wall», «Fattening Frogs For Snakes», «Got My Mojo Workin'».

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Par jj the boss blues TOP 1000 COMMENTATEURS le 19 décembre 2010
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Trop peu de commentaires sur mister WELLS , peut etre un peu trop à l ' ombre de son compére BUDDY et bien vous vous trompés sur l ' homme , qui n ' était pas qu ' un simple accompagnateur .
A BOSTON en 1966 , superbement poussé par son groupe , JUNIOR déménage et en plus plaisante entre les morceaux ( le public conquis rie de ses facéties ).
De l ' authentique Worried Life Blues , au trés connu Messin wth the kid , laissant aux musiciens s ' exprimer sur Got Mojo Workin ( quelle intro ) , ce concert de 66 minutes nous permet de découvrir un sacré bonhomme , chantant parfaitement , avec un timbre de voix , pas loin du crooner quelquefois , un peu éloignée de l' intonation grave du blues , mais surtout capable en plus de très beaux moments d ' harmonica , l ' orgue du pauvre .
Si vous aimez , découvrir de nouveaux horizons , écouter JUNIOR WELLS , pour comprendre que le blues ne se résume pas qu à des éternelles compilations de titres connus et ressassés .
Grace à eux , cette musique bouge et évolue .
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Un album live qui arrive a point nommé pour donner la place qu'il mérite à Mr JUNIOR WELLS, un astre dans la constellation Chicago Blues. Le son du live est fidèle à l'ambiance "swing" de la salle, on s'y croirait!! J'adore quoi.
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HASH(0xa03eec90) étoiles sur 5 JUNIOR WELLS IN HIS 60'S PRIME WITH A HOT BAND 27 septembre 2010
Par Stuart Jefferson - Publié sur Amazon.com
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65 minutes in length approximately, including approximately 8 minutes of between song talk. Wells' vocals are slightly distant, and slightly distorted through his mic, but the lyrics and Wells' inflections are clearly discernible. The sound of the band is generally much better. All-in-all this is a good bootleg quality recording-but don't let that deter you from hearing some fine blues-and don't let the term "bootleg" scare you off. The disc is snapped in, bare, inside a tri-fold cardboard holder. There are several photos of the band and a short overview of Wells' music.

For lovers of 60's style Chicago electric blues (like me), this is something to get excited about. Closer in feel to Wells' "Hoodoo Man Blues" than to the later, smoother live album, "It's My Life Baby",-this is ( the late) Junior Wells playing his brand of slightly funky hard blues to an appreciative crowd in Boston, in 1966. The band, besides Wells on vocals/harmonica, is THE ACES-Louis Meyers-guitar, Dave Meyers-bass, and the great Fred Below-drums. This is the band Wells began playing with in the 50's, recording some fine sides for the States label.

A number of songs will be familiar to blues listeners-"Worried Life Blues" (Sleepy John Estes), "That's All Right" (Jimmy Rogers), "Look On Yonder's Wall" (Arthur Crudup), "Messin' With The kid" (A Wells' favorite), "Hideaway" (Freddie King), and so on. But don't let the fact that familiar tunes means a lazy, sloppy performance-far from it. Wells is at his best here, and the band (especially Louis Meyers' guitar work) is never less than solid, and sometimes they smolder under Wells' leadership. And speaking of Wells-his harp work is typically gritty and in your face, while at other times he uses his instrument to punctuate his insistent vocals. All in all-a fine performance. Between tunes, Wells chats with the audience, which some listeners will find annoying. I find it enhances the live feel, and brings a little bit of the "you are there" feel to the recording. After hearing his comments-they can be programmed out-to each his own.

For anyone who likes Junior Wells' work from the 50's through the 60's, purchasing this set is a no-brainer. If you're new to Wells' brand of blues-purchase his early 50's sides ("Blues Hit Big Town"), his 60's releases "Hoodoo Man Blues" and "Southside Blues Jam" first, and then purchase this set-which is icing on the cake. Junior Wells was one of the important blues artists who brought authentic electric Chicago blues to a generation (including myself) of listeners who were just discovering this wonderful music. And this release is even more proof that Junior Wells and his band could deliver the real thing when it came to the blues. This set belongs in everyone's library of modern electric/Chicago/Junior Wells blues.
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HASH(0xa03eeedc) étoiles sur 5 Live Blues at its Very Best 2 janvier 2011
Par Alex - Publié sur Amazon.com
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It is a testament to Junior Wells' strength as a performer that the numerous albums released in his name posthumously only range in quality from superb to pretty good, with no "better left unreleased" material to taint his legacy. Even with this excellent track record, LIVE IN BOSTON 1966 still stands out from the crowd. Recorded just one year after the seminal HOODOO MAN BLUES album, it finds Junior at the top of his game as a performer of the blues. Backed by the Aces, Junior tears through a twelve-song set with the passion, intensity and humor that made him one of the finest of all bluesmen. His singing is full of energy and conviction, his harp playing is punchy and tight, and the Aces provide great grooves to support Junior's craft. Listening to Junior romp through classics like "Got My Mojo Working" or his own "Junior's Whoop" is a treat, while his between-songs banter adds to the feeling of being at a live Junior Wells show.

Though the music certainly stands tall on its own merits, one should not underestimate the importance of the choices made by the label, Delmark, in making this a truly great disc. Many live albums which feature great performances are marred or ruined by misguided attempts to clean up the sound, haphazard attempts to cut and paste tracks to get the best songs together, and overdubs to hide mistakes. Not this one, though; LIVE IN BOSTON 1966 listens beautifully from beginning to end, feeling like a single, uninterrupted recording. The sound quality, while not polished, is exactly what it should be: gritty and greasy. After all, this isn't pop, it's blues, and the bumps and bruises, mud and blood are what give it vitality and character.

This rave review could go on, but it would be a waste of time which could be better spent listening to the album. I recommend that you scroll back to the top of the page and click "add to cart" right now.
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HASH(0xa03f1138) étoiles sur 5 Junior Wells Live Blues Gem 22 octobre 2010
Par Richard C. Ferris - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
It's hard to accept that Junior Wells departed this world in 1998. Although we'll never be privileged to again experience his concerts and club dates, the recorded music remains and continues to reward. Junior left behind a 45 year legacy of both studio and live recordings. Although this catalogue should be sufficient, the typical blues aficionado still craves for more.
Thanks to Delmark records, "Live in Boston 1966" has finally seen the light of day. This CD is a rich and rewarding Blues listening experience. It represents one of Junior Wells finest live club dates.
1966, found Junior at the peak of his powers. He already had 13 years as a performing and recording artist under his belt. His chops were well established both as a prominent member of Muddy Waters band (replacing Little Walter, no less) as well as both a solo and collaborating artist. This "Live in Boston 1966 " set is unique, in that it found him reunited with the Aces. A band of working musicians which had commercial and critical acclaim during the fifties.
By the mid sixties, Junior was experiencing wide global recognition and appreciation. Thank to a best selling album" Hoodoo Man Blues "and the public acknowledgment of his influence on the British Invasion. U.K. bands, e.g., Stones, Animals, etc, were shining the light on authentic blues artists and enthusiastically crediting these musicians with fostering their success. These bands hired artists such as Junior Wells, to open for national tours.
The "Live in Boston 1966: CD consists of 11 numbers plus closing theme. The seven stage raps sprinkled in between the numbers totals approximately 12 minutes. Anyone fortunate enough to attend one of Junior's gigs knows how entertaining these moments were when J.W. established a genuine rapport with the audience. During the later part of his career, these stage raps could prove excessive and awkward depending how free the spirits were flowing. I'm happy to report this isn't the case with this release.

The song selection is impeccable. It ranges from soulful ballads (That's All right), jump tunes (Hideaway), all the way to blues jams (Junior's Whoop). The old chestnuts like " Messin with the Kid " and "Got my Mojo Workin " are included. However, since this is 1966, the sounds resonate as fresh, vibrant and kick ass. Junior's vocals are in top form and his harp work is slammin throughout the set. He leaves plenty of room for the Aces to demo their contributions, This is particularly evident with numbers as "Hideaway,' Got My Mojo Workin" and Junior's Whoop ".

Louis Myers (guitar), Dave Myers (bass) and Fred Below (Drums) deliver an exceptional set. Junior and the Aces are truly a first tier Blues band entity not just a solo artist with a pickup band. The sound mix, for a mid sixties club date, is spot on. It provides a very intimate club listening experience. You can almost smell the whiskey, smoke and sweat that were always in play in those small urban blues bars during the sixties.

Hats off to Robert G. Koester and Steve Wagner for album and CD production, respectively. Also a big note of appreciation to Scott Dirk's crisp and comprehensive liner notes.
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HASH(0xa03f12dc) étoiles sur 5 A** Kicking Blues 26 novembre 2010
Par Stephen Hutchinson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
If you like the blues, and want to hear one of the pioneers at his best, than buy this CD. Admittedly the sound is a little primitive, but don't let that deter you. Besides Junior Wells singing and playing harmonica, he has one heck of a band behind him, and the drummer is one of the best blues drummers I've heard in a while. As an added bonus, his between song interaction with the audience is included. Killer CD. If you don't like it you don't like the blues.
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HASH(0xa03f11b0) étoiles sur 5 good, early Junior 28 novembre 2010
Par Raymond J. Kaulig - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
There isn't any such thing as a bad Junior Wells album and I tend to favor his Delmark catalogue, esp. Hoodoo Man, On Tap, and Blues Hit Big Town. Sure would be wonderful if someone had dvd of him playing at Theresa's. But this is definitely worthwhile and the Aces are a tight back=up. Esp. like that drummer man, Below, the best in blues to me.
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