Description: Van Morrison and Lonnie Donegan, originally on "The Skiffle Sessions" album/cd.
Van Morrison & Lonnie Donegan-I wanna go home (Sloop John B) - live 2000 - Download MP3 music or MP4 video:
From "The Skiffle Sessions" with Van Morrison, Lonnie Donegan, and Chris Barber.
the Skiffle Sessions 2000 live Belfast
LIVE in BelfasT-CD- The Skiffle SessionS, [Worried Man-Frankie and Johnny]
The Skiffle Sessions - Live in Belfast
Great song from the live album The Skiffle Sessions: Live In Belfast. Check it out.
Van with Lonnie Donegan and Bryan Ferry. Originally on the "The Skiffle Sessions" cd.
Van Morrison in Amazing rendition of Lonnie Johnson's 1932 classic ''Rambler's Blues'' Excerpts from the film "Martin Scorsese Presents the Blues: Red, White & Blues'' A Film By Mike Figgis. The Blues™ anchors a multi-media celebration that raises awareness of the blues and its contribution to American culture and music worldwide. Under the guiding vision of Executive Producer Martin Scorsese, seven directors will explore the blues through their own personal styles and perspectives. The films in the series are motivated by a central theme: how the blues evolved from parochial folk tunes to a universal language. Van Morrison (vocals) Jeff Beck (guitar) Marc Mondesir (drums) Peter King (saxophone) Jon Cleary (piano) Ian Jennings (bass) Mixed by John Porter Recorded live at Abbey Road Studios, London, England, March 12, 2002 ''Rambler's Blues Lyrics, by Lonnie Johnson'' I'm a roaming rambler, my home is in no one place. I'm a roaming rambler, my home is in no one place. And I'll find a sweet, brown skinned woman that really fills my empty space. I'm known as a rambler, I'm known in every man's town. I'm the only rambler, I'm known in every man's town. Even the little birds begin weeping, when that evening sun goes down. The judges all knows me as a man with a smiling face. The judges all knows me as a man with a smiling face. And there's no other one can ever take my place. I'm a roaming man, and my home is in no one man's town. I'm a roaming man, and my home is in no one ...
Extremely rare! A short segment of Van singing the "How long blues" from the 2003 "Red White & Blues" episode (the British invasion) of "The Blues" 7 part documentary by Martin Scorcese. The excerpt is intertwined by interview segments with British blues and Jazz legends such as Eric Clapton, Lonnie Donegan, John Mayall, Chris Barber ao talking about the blues in general. "How long blues" written by Leadbelly. "The Blues" documentary is available on 7 DVD's which can be purchased individually from eg Amazon.
This is from a 'Later...with Jools Holland New Years Eve Show....strumming on guitar from Chris Martin... For more info please visit www.theleogreenexperience.com
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