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Friends Can Be Lovers is an album recorded by Dionne Warwick, her tenth for the Arista label. It was recorded in 1992 and was released in January 26,1993. It failed to chart on any Billboard listings. The album was executive produced by Clive Davis. It was released in early 1993 and features the single "Where My Lips Have Been". The single reached #95 on the R&B singles chart. The album also features the song "Love Will Find a Way", a duet with her late cousin Whitney Houston. Read more on Last.fm.
The American blues guitarist and singer performs live at the Royal Albert Hall in 2009. Joe is accompanied by his band and is also joined on stage by the legendary Eric Clapton.
Live performance from the New Orleans 'voodoo' blues pianist, recorded at the Montreux Jazz festival in 1995 and featuring classic tracks such as 'Iko Iko' and 'Right Place, Wrong Time'.
Countless blues-rock guitar greats emerged during the late '60s -- the most recognizable names being Jimi Hendrix and Eric Clapton. But one who usually gets overlooked is the great Peter Green, who led Fleetwood Mac early in their career. To coincide with the mammoth six-disc box set The Complete Blue Horizon Sessions, a single-disc compilation was issued, The Best of Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac (with both releases sharing the same front cover artwork). Although the latter version of Fleetwood Mac is more renowned, it was this early version that influenced a legion of subsequent rock acts, including Aerosmith (who covered Mac's "Rattlesnake Shake"), Judas Priest (who covered "Green Manalishi"), and Gary Moore (who went so far as to purchase Green's favorite Les Paul...from Green himself). And upon investigating this extensive 20-track set, you'll understand why, as the aforementioned tracks, as well as "Albatross," "Stop Messin' Round," and "Shake Your Moneymaker" are all bluesy gems. The Best of Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac is an exceptional document of Fleetwood Mac's early years. ~ Greg Prato
Hugh Laurie's debut album Let Them Talk is a glorious celebration of New Orleans blues.
It unites Laurie’s musical talent with a very personal selection of standards and lost blues classics performed with his band of renowned musicians and some very special guest stars.
Clapton is back with a collection that touches on everything from century-old traditional brass bands to little-known country blues to brand-new originals.
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