Alexis Korner Tribute Feat. Jimmy Page And Jack Bruce To Be Out

Alexis Korner passed away on January 1st, 1984, and June 5th of that year saw a small fraction of his friends and his band’s alumni pay homage to the godfather of British blues by staging a stellar performance in, of all places, Nottingham. Calling themselves ALEXIS LIGHT ORCHESTRA and led by Jimmy Page, the supergroup also featured such luminaries as Jack Bruce, Charlie Watts and Paul Jones whose mix of rhythm-and-blues and rock numbers was recorded for radio broadcast and well-bootlegged, yet never officially released. This September, though, will the the concert issued on CD, with the artists’ royalties said to be benefit cancer research.

Live At The Club Palais Ballroom,
Nottingham 1984

The double-CD set should look like this:

CD 1:
1. Intro
2. Sweet Home Chicago
3. When It All Comes Down
4. Early Morning Groove
5. Introducing the band
6. Bring It On Home
7. How Long Blues
8. Blue Monday
9. Let The Good Times Roll
10. Stormy Monday
11. Splanky
12. Big Boss Man

CD 2:
1. My Country Man
2. Million Dollar Secret
3. River’s Invitation
4. Jimmy Page Jam
5. Money’s Getting Cheaper
6. King Of All I Survey
7. Got My Mojo Working
8. Every Day I Have The Blues
9. Encore intro
10. Hoochie Koochie Man

August 26, 2019

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