9 thoughts on “ Gate Walks To Board - Clarence `Gatemouth´ Brown* - The Blues Of Clarence `Gatemouth´ Brown (VHS)

  1. When Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown walked into the studio in the early '80s to record Alright Again!, he had already had an illustrious career by most standards. Yet, much of Gate's best output had been behind him by more than two decades; with Alright Again!, he 9/
  2. Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown was more than just a blues musician; throughout his long career he embraced many of the tributaries of American music. As well as being a superb guitarist, influenced heavily, like B. B. King, on the style of T-Bone Walker, he was also a proficient violin, mandolin, fiddle and harmonica player/5(7).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Gate Walks To Board ( Aladdin & Peacock Sides) on Discogs.
  4. These 17 tracks compose two of Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown's albums from the early s, the Grammy Award-winning Alright Again! and the Grammy-nominated One More Mile. As the preceding suggests, this is Gate at his best, winding his way through blues, jazz, country, and all points in between with a surety that puts many a non-genre-crossing /5(17).
  5. Clarence Gatemouth Brown - "Leftover Blues" [Live from Austin, TX] Clarence Gatemouth Brown - Gate's on the Heat (HQ) Gate Walks the Board by Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown - .
  6. This live performance is, in fact, taken from the VHS "The blues of Clarence Gatemouth Brown" (Storyville). This is a concert given at the Maple Leaf Bar in New Orleans. Overall, this is first-rate music: Clarence shows himself constantly inspired ("Gate walks to board", "Frosty") and his backing band is dynamic and powerful.
  7. Born in Vinton, Louisiana, Brown was raised in Orange, Texas. His professional musical career began in , playing drums in San Antonio, Texas. He was tagged with the "Gatemouth" handle by a high school instructor who accused Brown of having a "voice like a gate". Brown used it to his advantage throughout his uphanongebaking.weadisnimisdiafidetilisundrecon.infoinfo: Kingcake.
  8. Listen to Gate Walks to Board by Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown. Join Napster and play your favorite music offline. From the album "Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown Live in Concert" by Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown on Napster.
  9. One of the most satisfying contemporary Brown discs of all for the discerning blues fan. Nothing but swinging, horn-abetted blues adorn this album, as Gate pays tribute to an influence and a protege by covering T-Bone Walker's "Strollin' with Bones" and Albert Collins's "Frosty." Brown's jauntily revives Junior Parker's "I Feel Alright Again" and Percy Mayfield's "Give Me Time to Explain 9/

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