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James Blood Ulmer - No Escape From The Blues: The Electric Lady Sessions Album

James Blood Ulmer - No Escape From The Blues: The Electric Lady Sessions Album

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Performer: James Blood Ulmer
Title: No Escape From The Blues: The Electric Lady Sessions
Country: US
Released: 2003
Style: Modern Electric Blues
Category: Blues
Rating: 4.9
Catalog #: TMF 9312
Label: Hyena Records

Tracklist

1Who's Been Talkin'
Written-By – Chester Burnett
3:25
2You Know, I Know
Vocals – Queen EstherWritten-By – John Lee Hooker
4:16
3Ghetto Child
Written-By – Johnny Copeland
5:51
4Are You Glad To Be In America
Written-By – James Blood Ulmer
4:00
5Goin' To New York
Backing Vocals – The Memphis Blood Jugband SingersVocals – Queen EstherWritten-By – Mary Lou Reed
4:24
6Hustle Is On
Written-By – Eddy H. Owens
2:39
7The Blues Had A Baby And Called It Rock N Roll
Written-By – B. McGhee, McKinley Morganfield
3:44
8Come On (Let The Good Times Roll)
Written-By – Earl King
4:12
9No Escape From The Blues
Written-By – Charles Edward Williams , McKinley Morganfield
3:32
10Satisfy (Story Of My Life)
Written-By – James Blood Ulmer
2:02
11Trouble In Mind
Tambura – John KruthWritten-By – R.M. Jones
4:43
12Bright Lights, Big City
Tap Dance – Maya Smullyan JenkinsTrumpet [Pocket] – Olu DaraVocals – Queen EstherWritten-By – Jimmy Reed
6:03


Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
GP-03ZZ0000759James Blood Ulmer No Escape From The Blues: The Electric Lady Sessions ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial)Par Media MusicGP-03ZZ0000759RussiaUnknown


Credits

  • Design [Package], Art DirectionDave Brubaker
  • Double Bass [Acoustic], Electric BassMark Peterson
  • DrumsAubrey Dayle
  • Engineer [Assistant]Jonathan Adler
  • Executive-ProducerKevin Calabro
  • Guitar, Sitar [Electric], BanjoVernon Reid
  • Guitar, VocalsJames Blood Ulmer
  • HarmonicaDavid Barnes
  • Mastered ByGene Paul
  • Mixed ByJoe Johnson, Vernon Reid
  • Photography ByAlan Nahigian
  • Piano, Organ [Hammond B-3], Organ [Wurlitzer], Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes], Melodica, Performer [Samchillian Tip Tip Tip Cheeepeeeee]Leon Gruenbaum
  • ProducerVernon Reid
  • Recorded ByJoe Johnson
  • Supervised By [Project Supervisor]Alan Nahigian
  • Violin [Electric], MandolinCharlie Burnham


Notes

Recorded: April 23, 24 & 25, 2003
Recorded at: Electric Lady Studios, New York City.
Mixed at: Studio 900, New York City
Mastered at DB Plus Digital Services, New York City

Ⓟ&Ⓒ Hyena Records 2003, Manufactured and distributed by
The Music Force Media Group, LLC by arrangement with
Sin-Drome Music Distribution


Barcodes

  • Barcode (String): 825005931223
  • Barcode (Text): 8 25005 93122 3
  • Matrix / Runout: 51824AM-03 TMF-9312 052105-34
  • Matrix / Runout (CD Mould Text): MCOM
  • Mastering SID Code: none
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI ZN1L


Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Hyena Records
  • Copyright (c) – Hyena Records
  • Manufactured By – The Music Force Media Group
  • Distributed By – The Music Force Media Group
  • Record Company – Sin-Drome Music
  • Pressed By – MCOM
  • Recorded At – Electric Lady Studios
  • Mixed At – Studio 900
  • Mastered At – DB Plus Digital Services Inc.


Album

No Escape from the Blues: The Electric Lady Sessions is an album by American guitarist James Blood Ulmer recorded in and released on the Hyena label in 2003. The album features Ulmer covering ten blues standards and two of his own compositions including Are You Glad to Be in America recorded at Electric Lady Studios. Never has he. No Escape. In making their second stop on the legendary studio tour - Memphis Blood was recorded at Sun - Ulmer and company move through a program of blues standards and originals that come off as mysterious and oddly organic considering the numerous textures and sounds in the home of Hendrixian adventure. James Blood Ulmer born February 2, 1942 in St. Matthews, South Carolina is an American avant-garde jazz and blues guitarist and singer. Ulmer's distinctive guitar sound has been described as jagged and &qJames Blood Ulmer born February 2, 1942 in St. Ulmer's distinctive guitar sound has been described as jagged and &q read more. Similar Artists. Play all. Ornette Coleman. 269,370 listeners. Even if James Blood Ulmer music has its roots in Ornette Coleman free-jazz he played in Coleman's band and free-funk , in XXI century he came as blues guitarist and singer. This album recorded in legendary Electric Lady Studios in New York is real blues album. This time Ulmer took as material mostly blues standards from blues golden era. But don't worry - he is playing the blues in his own manner. Not deep and dirty, but more light and flat, mixing Hendrix sharpness of rock with some free-jazz guitar techniques. Music in are very minimalistic, with vintage electricacoustic guit. James Blood Ulmer 11 - Trouble In Mind - 2003 - No Escape From. James Blood Ulmer 07 - Come On Let The Good Times Roll -James Blood Ulmer 11 - Trouble In Mind - 2003 - No Escape From 4:17. James Blood Ulmer 2003 No Escape From The Blues The Electric Lady Sessions 06 You Know, I Know. James Blood Ulmer 2003 No Escape From The Blues 03 Who s Been Talkin. James Blood Ulmer 2003 No Escape From The Blues The Electric Lady Sessions 10 Satisfy Story Of My Life. James Blood Ulmer 07 - Come On Let The Good Times Roll - 3:32. James Blood Ulmer 09 - No Escape From The Blues - 2003 - No 4:12. James Blood Ulmer 2003 No Escape From The Blues The Electric Lady Sessions 07 Come On Let The Good Times Roll. James Blood Ulmer. The most original guitarist since Jimi Hendrix Robert Palmer This is James Blood Ulmer's fan page. Harmonica David Barnes 4. Mastered By Gene Paul. Recorded: April 23, 24 & 25, 2003 Recorded at: Electric Lady Studios, New York City. Mixed at: Studio 900, New York City Mastered at DB Plus Digital Services, New York City. Hyena Records 2003, Manufactured and distributed by The Music Force Media Group, LLC by arrangement with Sin-Drome Music Distribution. 바코드 및 기타 식별자. Barcode String: 825005931223. No Escape From The Blues - The Electric Lady Sessions is a blues music album recording by JAMES BLOOD ULMER released in 2003 on CD, LPVinyl andor cassette. You Know, I Know 4:16 7. Come On Let The Good Times Roll 4:12 8. Bright Lights, Big City 6:03 9. No Escape From The Blues 3:32 10. Satisfy Story Of My Life 2:02 11. Album by James Blood Ulmer. Goin' to New York. Hustle Is On. Who's Been Talking Ghetto Child. Are You Glad to Be in America You Know, I Know. Let the Good Times Roll. Bright Lights, Big City. No Escape from the Blues. Satisfy Story of My Life. Trouble in Mind. The Blues Had a Baby and They Named it Rock & Roll. search for James Blood Ulmer , No Escape from the Blues: The Electric Lady Sessions. James Blood Ulmer- guitar, vocals Vernon Reid- guitar, electric sitar, banjo Leon Gruenbaum- piano, Hammond B-3, Wurlitzer, Fender Rhodes, melodica Charlie Burnham- electric fiddle, mandolin David Barnes- harmonica Mark Petersonacoustic, electric bass Aubrey Dale- drums Queen Esther- vocals Olu Dara- pocket trumpet Maya Smullyan Jenkins- tap dancing John Kruth- tamboura. Album information. Shop for Music. Start your music shopping from All About Jazz and through our retail affiliations you'll support us in the process. MUSICSTACK Rare vinyl LPs and CDs from over 1,000 independent sellers


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