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Blues Brothers and Friends: Live from Chicago's House of Blues

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Live From House of Blues
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Live album by The Blues Brothers & Friends
Released May 20, 1997
Recorded House of Blues, Chicago, IL
opening night, October 1, 1996[1]
Genre Blues, blues rock, blue-eyed soul
Label House Of Blues
Producer Ira Antelis, Steve Devick & Dan Aykroyd
The Blues Brothers & Friends chronology
The Very Best Of The Blues Brothers
(1995)
Live From House of Blues
(1997)
Blues Brothers 2000: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
(1998)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic2/5 stars[2]

Blues Brothers and Friends: Live from Chicago's House of Blues is the eleventh album and fourth live album by The Blues Brothers in 1997. It was recorded at the opening of the House of Blues in Chicago and is the first recording to feature Zee Blues. It is also the first album to feature original keyboardist Paul Shaffer since their earlier live recording Made in America in 1980. A number of prominent guests joined the band on stage, including Joe Walsh, Billy Boy Arnold, Charley Musselwhite, Jeff Baxter and Sam Moore. This is also the first album to feature Tommy "Pipes" McDonnell, who had replaced Larry Thurston as lead vocalist.


Track listing

  1. "Intro"
  2. "Green Onions"
  3. "Chicken Shack"
  4. "Sweet Home Chicago"
  5. "I Wish You Would" (featuring Billy Boy Arnold)
  6. "Messin' with the Kid" (featuring Sergei Varonov)
  7. "All My Money Back" (featuring Lonnie Brooks)
  8. "Born In Chicago" (featuring Charlie Musselwhite)
  9. "Blues, Why You Worry Me?" (featuring Charlie Musselwhite)
  10. "Groove With Me Tonight" (featuring Syl Johnson)
  11. "634-5789" (featuring Eddie Floyd)
  12. "All She Wants to Do Is Rock" (featuring Tommy "Pipes" McDonnell)
  13. "Flip, Flop and Fly"
  14. "Money (That's What I Want)" (featuring Sam Moore, Jeff Baxter and Tommy "Pipes" McDonnell)
  15. "Viva Las Vegas" (featuring Sam Moore, Jeff Baxter and Tommy "Pipes" McDonnell)

Personnel

References

External links


This page was last edited on 15 April 2018, at 23:50
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