Michael Limnios Blues Network's Blog – September 2014 Archive (37)

Italian blues musician Pierluigi Petricca talks about his experience in Clarksdale, slide guitar and local scene

"The blues, as other kind of music, become a vehicle to declare social problems or to communicate all the nuances of the soul."

Pierluigi Petricca: The Vein Of Blues

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Interview with Reverend Goat Carson - the embodiment of classic shamanism and a living Renaissance man

"Blues/ jazz is based on improve which I see as a direct connection between the artist and the spirit mind/heart of the people. The Lakota say music carries the prayers of the people."

David Lee Carson: Archetypes Visions…

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Greek Blues Scene: Interview with Qualified (Reloaded) - a unique blend, processed through heart & mind

"No matter if one’s rich or poor, young or old, black or white, civilized or not, and beyond any kind of discrimination, ‘Blues’ is equivalent to me with ‘Real Feeling’"

Qualified Reloaded: Spinning Wheels…

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Added by Michael Limnios Blues Network on September 13, 2014 at 1:03pm — No Comments

Interview with Turkish musician Tugrul Aray (of Istanbul Blues Company) bringing the blues to local melodies

"Blues & Jazz are unique in their presentation since they are subject to change in every performance... It is sincere, warm, alive and never ostentatious. But only in the right hands..."

Tuğrul Aray: The Language Of Music…

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Argentinian harmonicist & luthier Gustavo Lazo talks about the authentic feelings and emotions of blues

"In my view, the true blues man were people expressing authentic feelings... and many of the "new" blues man are more concerned about image and marketing..."

Gustavo Lazo: Silver Mountains Blues 

Gustavo Lazo is an…

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Interview with guitarist/songwriter Jim Weider - a master of telecaster and traditional blues slide techniques

"The Blues is the way I express myself  by the way I bend a note and make it cry, it’s the way I’m feeling what the song is meaning to me or saying."

Jim Weider: Roots Rockin-caster

Jim Weider, a master…

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Interview with British band of The Untouchables (Keith Parker & Pete Ellison) - The champions of raw blues

"The blues must be fun. It’s not a technical music. It doesn’t matter if the musicians make mistakes as long as the spirit’s there."

The Untouchables: Premier League Blues

British blues band of The…

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Interview with Texas-based Chris Watson, powerful sound with MoTown vibes and old school Soul reminiscence

"The blues is the most expressive form of music that exists. It's very name is an emotion that everyone on the planet has felt at some point in their life."

Chris Watson: Black White Soul…

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Interview with guitar slinging storyteller Chris Sanchez - a fusion of Blues, Folk/Rock and Alternative Country

"Genres, to me, are just shades of color and I believe it's perfectly ok to mix tones and color outside of the lines."

Chris Sanchez: Americana Adventures

Chris Sanchez is an island roaming, guitar…

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Argentinian guitarist Rafael Nasta talks about his steps on the blues roads, Chris Cain and local scene

"I thing that as time goes by you are more mature, while your experience prompts you to choose the best notes."

Rafael Nasta: Experiencias de Blues 

Rafael Nasta is an Argentinian blues musician. In the…

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Interview with Brazilian musician/luthier Kleber Dias - fusion of blues with other genres and revisiting of classics

"The Rock and Blues are musical genres of great power, inspire freedom, are contagious, show how good it is to be alive in this world with a special soundtrack for all times!"

Kleber Dias: Music With No Boundaries…

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Interview with multi-talented Lamont Jack Pearley - an artist with significant contribution within the industry

"The harsh honest soul is exposed. The Blues to me is the outcry to God about Earthly troubles, and in some cases spiritual warfare."

Lamont Jack Pearley: Talking Bout The Blues 

Lamont Jack Pearley is a…

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Legendary Freddie Stone (of Sly & The Family Stone) talks about the most important information in Earth

"Music is an aid that helps me as I proclaim what I believe to be the most important information on the planet."

Freddie Stone: United Nations Of Music

Freddie Stone, born Frederick Jerome…

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Interview with Brazilian blues/rock musician Felipe Cazaux - one of the most promising in Brazilian Blues

"Blues & Rock is not disposable music, people really put their hearts out to make a song, they search for the notes, for the right words, and for the right groove to put this feeling on a record and make the people listen, it will never die."

Felipe Cazaux: Fortaleza Blues…

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Interview with guitarist Dylan Salfer - a blues prodigy and an up and coming blues guitar great with future

"I think that the reason the blues has such a devoted following because it's so truthful and down to earth music. There no more pure music than that. It's straight from the heart and soul. And that touches people."

Dylan Salfer: The Future Legacy …

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Interview with Canadian Erin McCallum -- hear, feel and experience a soulful and energy-rich artist

"The beautiful thing about the Blues is that the (traditionally) simple structures leave room for an artists’ soul to shine through. People can feel that."

Erin McCallum: DNA Of A Blueswoman…

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An Interview with Mickey Pantelous & Dr. Albert Flipout - an avant-garde artist & the CAN plays the Blues

"I think if someone wants to change the musical world all they have to do is write their own music, their own songs."

Mickey Pantelous & Dr. Albert Flipout: The Surrelist Blues Of One Can Band

Michael…

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Added by Michael Limnios Blues Network on September 1, 2014 at 11:30am — No Comments

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