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Robben Ford and The Blue Line - In Concert (2003)

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Robben Ford and The Blue Line - In Concert (2003)

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1.    The Brother
2.    You Cut Me To The Bone
3.    Worried Life Blues
4.    Start It Up
5.    Step On It
6.    Prison Of Love
7.    Tell Me I’m Your Man
8.    Talk To Your Daughter

Line Up:
    Robben Ford - guitar, vocals
    Roscoe Beck -  bass
    Tom Brechtlein – drums

 

Continuing the "Ohne Filter" series of releases from Germany, Music Video Distributors is now offering the 1993 Robben Ford concert that was part of his European tour. Robben Ford is one of the few guitarists who successfully and continually manage to cross traditional Blues with modern day Jazz. His Fusion infused guitar play still oozes of B.B. King style licks, but also features blistering solo work through uncommon scales and measures. The one thing Robben Ford is most famous for however is his unique phrasing, a style that makes him instantly recognizable. You hear one bar of his solo play and you know it has to be Robben Ford.

Despite his cross-over compositions, Robben Ford has always remained a minimalist when it comes to arrangements and it can be witnessed no better than at a live show, like this one. Consisting of only a three-piece band with Robben on guitar, Roscoe Beck on bass and Tom Brechtlein on drums, their live shows are explosive displays of utter craftmanship and raw talent. Although Robben Ford may be the star of the show, there can be no question that "The Blue Line" is more than a background band. Roscoe and Tom are the backbone of everything Robben does and the interplay between the musicians is marvelously energetic and inspired. This is especially evident in moments when the band begins to improvise – which happens quite frequently during live shows as the band never lets itself getting tied down by what’s on the record. Ford frequently takes a liberal approach to his material during live shows with musical excursions that are an amazing display of the band’s versatility and skill. --- dvdreview.com

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