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  • CD (4 décembre 2009)
  • Nombre de disques: 2
  • Format : CD+DVD
  • Label: Ruf Records
  • ASIN : B002TQ3O38
  • Autres versions : Téléchargement MP3
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Cancel My Check
  2. Living In The House Of The Blues
  3. What Have I Done Wrong?
  4. Will It Ever Change?
  5. You Can, You Can
  6. There Comes A Time
  7. (Watching You) Cherry Red Wine
  8. Low Down And Dirty
  9. It Hurts Me Too
  10. Serious

Disque : 2

  1. Cancel My Check
  2. Living In The House Of The Blues
  3. Will It Ever Change?
  4. You Can, You Can
  5. (Watching You) Cherry Red Wine
  6. Low Down And Dirty
  7. It Hurts Me Too
  8. Move From The Hood
  9. Tribute To Luther

Descriptions du produit

Luther Allison est un guitariste et chanteur de blues né le 17 août 1939 à Widener (États-Unis) et mort le 12 août 1997 à Madison (États-Unis). Excellent guitariste à la voix puissante, Allison se fait assez vite un nom dans le monde du blues de Chicago dans les années 1960 dont il sera par la suite un des fers de lance. Il sort son premier disque en 1969 Love me Mama. Il part ensuite s'installer en Europe et sans pour autant délaisser le blues, il s'oriente petit à petit vers le rock comme le témoigne l'album Life is a Bitch de 1983. Cela lui vaudra en quelque sorte la disgrâce des bluesmen qui le croient perdu pour le blues. A contrario, les 2 albums studio suivants conduisent à une évolution plutôt intéressante (un album, «Rich Man», enregistré dans le studio des «Scorpions»). Il revient à ses premières amours dans les années 1990 avec deux albums de blues Blue Streak et Reckless qui sont unaniment reconnus par ses pairs. Luther Allison a une trentaine d'albums à son actif entre 1969 et 2002. Son fils Bernard Allison (né en 1965) est également un excellent guitariste et poursuit son héritage notamment en parrainant l'école dédiée à son père: la «Luther Allison Blues School» La vidéo de 7 Titres a été filmée le 4 Juillet 1997 au festival International de Jazz de Montreal (Canada). Le CD contient 10 titres standards de l'oeuvre du guitariste ( Serious, Cherry Red Wine, Will It Ever Change, etc...


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Par Jean Humbert TOP 1000 COMMENTATEURS le 20 décembre 2010
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Absolument excellent. C'est sur scène que Luther se révélait vraiment : voir le sublime "live in Chicago" (supérieur à celui-ci). Une énergie démentielle, un niveau technique hors du commun et largement sous-estimé.
Un DVD de qualité, à noter une erreur sur la pochette : il y a 8 titres sur le DVD (il manque "Will it ever change")
Toutefois il est juste de dire qu'il fait un peu doublon avec le "live in Chicago", d'où je dis que le prix est par conséquent un peu élevé.
Son irréprochable, prestation, on l'aura compris, de très haut niveau, bref un CD largement au-dessus de la production actuelle.
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L'évaluation d'un enfant le 1 novembre 2010
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Luther Allison éternel tel que j'ai pu le voir sur scène il y a 25 ou 30 ans
un testament
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POUR TOUS LES AMOUREUX DU GENRE !

POUR TOUS LES FANS DE BLUES ET DE LUTHER ALLISON
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HASH(0x8f8c5c48) étoiles sur 5 Welcome Previously Unissued Live Recordings From the Soul Fixin' Man 21 mars 2010
Par R. Weinstock - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
There were few performers in any genre as riveting as the late Luther Allison. having been a fan since his debut Delmark recordings, I remember going to catch him at Oberlin College in 1970 and almost tore off the roof of the Chapel he was playing at. From playing an one-string guitar in Mississippi to taking over Freddie King's gig and band in Chicago he brought a hold no prisoners approach to his performances, throwing everything into his singing and his guitar playing. One can point to B.B. King as a primary inspiration, but Elmore James and Freddie King seem even most important influences in Allison's music. He struck me in his earlier days as a cross of the two Kings instrumentally with james' impassioned vocals. I was privileged to see Luther a number of times in the last decade of his life including when he performed for a DC Blues Society show for the "Soul Fixing Man" tour. I am not sure if the last time I saw him was at Wolf Trap when they still put on a Jazz and Blues Festival, and I remember this gentleman who had seen James Brown, Otis Redding, Miles Davis and others stating that Luther was as great a live performer as anyone he ever witnessed.

"Songs From the Road" (Ruf Records) presents on disc and DVD one of Luther's last performances at the Montreal International Jazz Festival on July 4, 1997. Shortly after this performance, he was diagnosed with the disease that in August 1997 would take this wonderful person away from the world. This was a representative performance with his great band of James Sjoberg, rhythm guitar; Ken Faltinson, bass guitar; Mike Vlahakis, keyboards; and Rob Stupka, drums. It was a band that played hundreds of gigs together, toured globally for several years and played with a tightness that reflected this experience.

Luther, of course, held nothing back this night from the opening moments of "Cancel My Check," to his brief encore on "Serious." There are several extended performances that never falter unlike most of his contemporaries (Otis Rush being one of the few exceptions) who could neither sustain such inspired playing and vocals that Luther could, and Sjoberg's solos add another exciting voice while maintaining the fervor of the performances. Much of this are his originals including the rocking B.B. King styled shuffle "Will It Ever Change," where he tells his woman to listen to him (with Sjoberg taking the opening B.B. King styled solo while Allison takes the longer break later), while he takes a Magic Sam recording,"What Have I Done Wrong," and places his own stamp on it.

"(Watching You) Cherry Red Wine," was always one of the climatic parts of any Allison performance as he sings about this woman destroying herself drinking herself into oblivion, while "There Comes a Time," is a soulful number as Luther confesses to be a good man who went astray and begging to be taken back by his woman, with another killer solo here. His vocal here is a standout here. Luther takes out the slide for "It Hurts Me Too" (as well as Bernard Allison's "Low Down and Dirty"), doing Elmore James memory proud with his fervent rendition of the classic.

The DVD contains 7 of the songs from the CD ("Will It Ever Change" is not listed but present) and adds "Move From the Hood." The 59 minutes of the performances on the DVD video are electrifying with great camera work catching all sweat and passion that he put in his performances. The Montreal Jazz Festival has recorded and filmed records many if not all of the performances in the past couple decades and generally do excellent work. The DVD also includes a 23 minute interview and a ten minute excerpt "Tribute to Luther Allison," from a documentary. This writer understands that a 50 minute CBC broadcast was compiled from this performance This CD/DVD makes all of the music from that day available.

What a joy to listen and watch previously unissued performances by Luther Allison after all these years. It doesn't get much better than this release which is quite reasonably priced.

This review was written originally for Jazz & Blues Report (where it will hopefully appear) and has been posted on my blog, [...].
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HASH(0x8f8c5c9c) étoiles sur 5 Bluesman In Heaven 10 février 2010
Par Gary T. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I had the privilege of seeing Luther Allison back in 1972 at the Dane County Coliseum in Madison, Wisconsin. Believe it or not, he opened up for two greaser bands, Bill Haley & The Comets and a band called Sha Na Na. There was some motorcycle gang up front harassing Mr. Allison while he was playing. I was kind of amazed that he didn't walk off stage but apparently the band wasn't entirely intimidated by those clowns. I had never seen anyone play the blues like THAT and needless to say, we split the coliseum right after Luther left the stage. I saw Luther Allison twice after that, both time on the East Coast. The last time I saw him was on 6/12/1997. He died on 8/12/1997 from lung cancer and brain tumors. There's no way that he knew he had cancer on that warm June night because he played like a man possessed for more than 3 hours. I've seen lots of great guitarists but Luther Allison was a pure joy to watch. The guy was drenched with soul and he always played his heart out. So many fantastic musicians (Jimi Hendrix, Hound Dog Taylor, SRV, Jim Morrison, Duane Allman, Barry Oakley, Toy Caldwell, Tommy Caldwell, John Lennon, George Harrison, Richard Wright) have passed away over the years and I miss them all, but I miss Luther Allison the most. I highly recommend that you buy Soul Fixin' Man, Blue Streak, Reckless, and Live in Chicago. If you listen close enough, you'll see why I believe that Luther Allison was the true king of the blues.
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HASH(0x8be860f0) étoiles sur 5 Double your pleasure 10 juillet 2010
Par OffBeat Magazine - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
As great as the music is in New Orleans, and as lucky as we are that this city serves as a magnet for out-of-town music of all genres, it's a shame Chicago's Luther Allison never performed in New Orleans. Allison was a blues guitarist and singer of the highest order, and this live set from 1997 recorded in La Belle Province testifes to that fact. Allison certainly does his share of testifying here, beginning with the frantic opening shuffle "Cancel My Check," where he really takes the bull by the horn. A well-paced set, he follows with a down-in-the-alley slow burner, "I Can't Live in the House of the Blues." Allison doesn't hog all the solos as there's a very attractive organ present here very reminiscent of the small combo sound on B.B. King's mid-'60s classic Blues is Boss album. A crowd favorite in Montreal, Allison cleverly attracts audience participation in a couple of songs, in particular on "There Comes a Time." There's a great cover of Magic Sam's "You Belong to Me," and Elmore James gets sampled on "It Hurts Me Too." A fine DVD from this show accompanies this CD, so you can double your pleasure here.--OffBeat Magazine, April 2010 issue
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HASH(0x8be864bc) étoiles sur 5 Allison, Luther - Songs from the Road (Song List) 2 juin 2010
Par Diamond Dave - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
One of the reviewers was searching for a song list and times. Not easily found. This was pulled from the All Music Guide. Good Luck.
Tracks 11 thru 17 are the songs found on the live DVD.

Tracks

Title Composer Time

1 Cancel My Check Solberg 6:41
2 Living in the House of Blues 6:38
3 What Have I Done Wrong 8:03
4 Will It Ever Change Solberg 7:04
5 You Can, You Can Solberg 4:30
6 There Comes a Time Solberg 11:01
7 (Watching You) Cherry Red Wine 11:53
8 Low Down and Dirty Allison 4:49
9 It Hurts Me Too Whittaker 7:51
10 Serious 3:18
DVD
11 Cancel My Check Solberg
12 Living in the House of Blues
13 You Can, You Can Solberg
14 (Watching You) Cherry Red Wine
15 Low Down and Dirty Allison
16 It Hurts Me Too Whittaker
17 Move from the Hood Solberg

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Type
Label
Catalog #

2009 Ruf Records 1157
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HASH(0x8be865a0) étoiles sur 5 Luther Allison - The Master At His Best 13 mai 2010
Par Steven Sly - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Luther was always one of my favorite blues guitarists. He was also a great vocalist who sang with soul and grit that just got better as he got older. Allison died of a brain tumor in 1997. He went downhill fast, once he was diagnosed, and this live album was recorded at one of his final shows. I saw Luther on this tour, and he performed one of the best blues shows I had ever seen in my life. 3 hours of non stop sweat and swagger without an intermission. For a man who was in his 60's, and only a few short months from death, it was a remarkable achievement. "Songs From The Road" is the ultimate look at a blues man who was at the top of his game. Luther's studio albums are all good, but live is where he really shines. Live versions of Allison classics like "Cherry Red Wine", "Living In The House Of The Blues", and "Low Down And Dirty" stretch out from their shorter studio versions allowing Luther to really show what he can do with the guitar. Allison throws in several covers as well including a rousing version of "It Hurts Me Too." Overall this is an exceptional live album from a blues man who left us way too soon. Luther Allison was one of the all time greats. This album is a must for any serious fan of blues guitar.
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