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|Robben Ford, Niko Bolas
|Robben Ford chronology
|The Penguin Guide to Blues Recordings
Tiger Walk is an album by Robben Ford. "In the Beginning" was nominated for a 1998 Grammy Award for Best Rock Instrumental Performance.
All tracks composed by Robben Ford; except where indicated
Robben Lee Ford is an American blues, jazz, and rock guitarist. He was a member of the L.A. Express and Yellowjackets and has collaborated with Miles Davis, Joni Mitchell, George Harrison, Larry Carlton, Rick Springfield, Little Feat and Kiss. He was named one of the "100 Greatest Guitarists of the 20th Century" by Musician magazine.
Talk to Your Daughter is a blues rock album by Robben Ford, released in 1988. The album's cover version of the Albert King classic "Born Under a Bad Sign" was used as a supporting soundtrack in the Clint Eastwood movie Pink Cadillac.
Just Won't Burn is second studio album by American blues artist Susan Tedeschi, released in 1998. This album had national success in 1998.
Wait for Me is the third studio album by American blues artist Susan Tedeschi, released in 2002.
Bad Influence is the second studio album by the blues singer-songwriter and guitarist Robert Cray.
The Turning Point is a live album by John Mayall, featuring British blues music recorded at a concert at Bill Graham's Fillmore East on 12 July 1969.
Another World is the ninth studio album by Gerry Rafferty. The album was released in 2000 on the Icon Music label to good reviews. It was re-released in 2003 on the Hypertension label with a slightly amended track order, and with "La Fenêtre" replaced by "Keep It To Yourself", the latter track also being released a single in Europe and the UK. Mark Knopfler of Dire Straits appears throughout the album, providing rhythm guitar and lead fills. The album was originally only available through Rafferty's website to download.
I Go Wild! is the sixth studio album released by blues guitarist Guitar Shorty. The album was recorded in April 2001 and released later that year on October 23 on CD by the label Evidence. The album contains mainly covers of other blues songs.
Fade into Light is an album by Boz Scaggs that was released in Japan in 1996 and the U.S. in 2005.
The Inside Story is a 1979 studio album by Robben Ford.
Let's Roll is the twenty-sixth studio album by Etta James. It won a Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Blues Album in 2003, and also won a W. C. Handy Award as the Soul/Blues Album of the Year from the Blues Foundation in 2004.
Midnight Stroll is a blues album by Robert Cray and featuring the Memphis Horns. It was released in June 1990 through Mercury Records.
If That's What It Takes is the debut studio album by American singer-songwriter Michael McDonald. The album was released in August 1982.
The Blues Alone is a 1967 electric blues album recorded by John Mayall on which he recorded all the parts himself, with the exception of percussion which was provided by longtime collaborator Keef Hartley.
Soul on Ten is an album by American guitarist Robben Ford that was released on August 11, 2009. Eight of the tracks are live recordings from an appearance in San Francisco in April 2009. The album includes cover versions of "Spoonful" by Willie Dixon and "Please Set a Date" by Elmore James in addition to three new songs: "Earthquake", "Don’t Worry About Me", and "Thoughtless".
Sunrise is an album of live recordings made in 1972 by Robben Ford, and released on CD in 1999. Though Ford's music ranged over jazz, blues and rock music styles, this album is rooted in jazz, despite some of the songs having been composed by blues artists. The songs on this album were recorded live in clubs noted at the time for introducing promising new artists to the music world.
Duke Elegant is a 1999 studio album by New Orleans keyboard player and vocalist Dr. John. The album was produced by the artist under his real name, Mac Rebennack, and is a collection of songs written or performed by Duke Ellington. It features musical support from "The Lower 9-11", Ronnie Cuber, and Cyro Baptista.
Schizophonic is a jazz album by Robben Ford, released in 1976. The album title refers to Robben Ford's interest in playing two instruments. He began playing saxophone at the age of ten, but at thirteen he heard blues guitarist Mike Bloomfield. The music is a mix between different styles in the jazz. From Blues in the first track, alongside Latin to more Jazz fusion as known from his later album The Inside Story. On the first track and the last track Robben Ford plays the saxophone.
The Beach Boys with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra is a 2018 album of remixed Beach Boys recordings with new orchestral arrangements performed by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. It was produced by Nick Patrick and Don Reedman, who conducted similar projects for Roy Orbison and Elvis Presley.
So Many Rivers is the eleventh album by Marcia Ball, her second for Alligator Records. AllMusic's review states that "This is a standout from this queen of the gatorhythms that bring the swamp alive."