8 thoughts on “ San-Ho-Zay - Magic Sam - Magic Sam Live (CD, Album)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Magic Sam Live on Discogs. Label: P-Vine Records - PCD/11 • Format: 2x, CD Album, Reissue, Stereo • Country: Japan • Genre: Blues • Style: Chicago Blues.
  2. While the sound quality leaves something to be desired, fans of electric Chicago blues should hear Magic Sam live. Recorded at two separate locations, the Alex Club in Chicago in 19and the Ann Arbor Blues and Jazz Festival in , this disc captures the raw energy not only of the musicians, but the crowds' tremendous response to bunsrycetisula.contwinkevbderlogptanvidensauculmody.co: $
  3. Magic Sam Live is a live album by the American blues musician Magic Sam, recorded in Chicago in /63 and at the first Ann Arbor Blues Festival in Michigan in , that was released by the Delmark label in Genre: Blues.
  4. "Raw" is not an understatement. The audio on RockBeat's release Raw Blues: Magic Sam is muddy and ragged, sounding like a bootleg because that's essentially what it is: an audience tape from December 1, , recorded just five short months before Magic Sam's death. It may be raw -- some may find it too murky to listen to over an extended period -- but Magic Sam is in fiery form and 5/
  5. "Raw" is not an understatement. The audio on RockBeat's release Raw Blues: Magic Sam is muddy and ragged, sounding like a bootleg because that's essentially what it is: an audience tape from December 1, , recorded just five short months before Magic Sam's death. It may be raw -- some may find it too murky to listen to over an extended period -- but Magic Sam is in fiery form and Price: $
  6. Even if your CD shelf is as loaded with priceless live Magic Sam performances as mine is, Live At The Avant Garde is an imperative acquisition for anyone who loves the sound of stinging West Side blues as rendered by its eternal favorite son.
  7. Magic Sam, like another Sam who lived in Chicago, Sam Cooke, was among the greatest vocalists of all time. Those who appreciate intense, passionate blues/soul singing will love this album. Although Magic Sam was also a genius guitarist, guitar aficionados would do better to experience any of the other Magic Sam Delmark releases.
  8. The Avant Garde was a coffeehouse in Milwaukee, Wisconsin that played host to a variety of rock, blues, and folk performers in the '60s, and Windy City guitar wizard Magic Sam (aka Sam Maghett) rolled in to play a few sets in June A local kid with an interest in recording named Jim Charne showed up with a reel-to-reel machine and a couple of microphones, and he captured Magic Sam's show.

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