Michael Limnios Blues Network's Blog – July 2014 Archive (34)

Interview with Brazilian Cristiano Crochemore - Blues Rock in a simple, direct, spontaneous & sweet way at the same time

"I believe the blues message is: Simplicity."

Cristiano Crochemore: Freeman Blues

Cristiano Crochemore, is a Brazilian guitarist from Porto Alegre, lives in Rio De Janeiro since 1986. In…

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Cherokee, Celtic & Creole origin bluesman Pat Moss talks with a deeply spiritual philosophy about music

"The Blues teaches us that everybody is somebody. The blues is the soundtrack of reality. Whatever you have lived through has been talked about in a blues song."

Pat Moss: The Score Music Of Lifes…

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Interview with Brazilian bassist Leo Javali - a distinguished member of local rock and blues community

"The blues is the roots of all modern pop music and always be, you always end up with the blues no matter what…"

Leo Javali: Belo Horizonte De Blues

Leo Javali born Leonardo Augusto…

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An Interview with UK blues rock trio of Egypt (Eric Chipulina, Alan Fish and Peter Correa) since 1987

"Less is more. Nothing is everything. It’s a great excuse."

Egypt: Pharaohs With Blue(s) Jeans

Egypt is a UK blues rock three piece band formed in 1987. Egypt is best known for its close…

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Interview with photographer Keith Green -- known for his portraits of West Village rock icons and artists

"The legacy of rock music is evident just about everywhere you look."

Keith Green: Portaits of Imageville

Native of Houston, Texas photographer Keith Green is known for his portraits of…

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Veteran bassist Evan Palmerston talks about Cold Blood, Elvin Bishop, Carol Kaye and Merl Saunders

"Learn something new everyday and most importantly, listen!!!"

Evan Palmerston: The Musicality Of Blood

Evan Palmerston has been a working bassist for the past 4 decades. Born 1952, raised…

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Q&A with New Orleans-based artist Zoë Boekbinder - her music recalls vinyl records and old time speakeasies

"American Roots music speaks to me. I can only imagine it must also speak to a lot of other people."

Zoe Boekbinder: Jailhouse Blues

Zoe Boekbinder was born on an early winter morning, in the upstairs…

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Interview with the missionary of the blues Bert Lek -- an respectable active member of Dutch blues scene

"The youngers never heard the real blues men and ladies."

Bert Lek: The Flying Blues Dutchman

Dutch Bert Lek is well known as a photographer, reporter, promoter, radio producer and…

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Interview with amazing blues artist Katie Bradley - one of the most impressive stories to emerge on UK

"Blues people are enlightened people who know how to have a good time! That's the best party - Who doesn't want to be part of that?"

Katie Bradley: Traveling With The Blues…

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Interview with Spanish roots duo of Sara Gee & Ramblin Matt - Mediterranean salt in Mississippi river

"My fear for the future is that humanity keep on being such an egoistic and keep on destroying the planet and then we don't have blues, no trees, no water and no animals..."

Sara Gee & Ramblin Matt: Riu Túria Blues…

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Poet George Kalamaras talks about the Blues & Jazz, André Breton, Charles Mingus and Yogananda

"While Blues speaks of the depth of the human heart, Jazz riffs off of that emotion into exciting forays into the unconscious—not unlike a poem—relying upon associative leaps and a fanciful imaginative reach."

George Kalamaras: A Yogi of Poetry…

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Interview with artist Peter Nogas - Woodstock era is the connection expressed through his artistic style

"Art to me is a freedom of expression. A combination of mind and heart through creation be it music, poetry, painting, art is a self-portrait of one's soul."

Peter J. Nogas: Psychodelik Pete's Art

Born Peter J. Nogas 3rd in a small…

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Interview with Brazilian bluesman Oly Jr. -- mixture Milonga and Blues, the music don't have frontier

"The Blues and its few elements are capable of translating what all of us feel - without distinction of culture, time, and beliefs - which is pain."

Oly Jr.: Milonga Soul, Blues Feeling

Oly Jr. is one…

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Interview with Sid Herring of The Gants - 60s R&B Beatlesque sound with Mississippi Bluesy Delta beat

"Today's music seems to be shortly lived and doesn't have as much staying power as our Rock n' Roll of the past for most of today's artist but not all."

Sid Herring: The Gants of Rock n' Roll…

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