T-Bone Walker

T-Bone Walker, eigentlich Aaron Thibeaux Walker (* 28. Mai 1910 in Linden (Texas), Texas; † 16. März 1975 in Los Angeles), amerikanischer Bluesgitarrist, Sänger und Songschreiber, war einer der einflussreichsten Bluesmusiker des frühen 20. Jahrhunderts und Pionier der elektrischen Gitarre. Er hatte afroamerikanische und Cherokee-Vorfahren.

Details: http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/T-Bone_Walker

Woman, You Must Be Crazy/Goin' To Chicago Blues

Norman Granz "Jazz at the Philharmonic" Poplar Town Hall, UK Weds 30th November 1966 - BBC TV

w/ Dizzy Gillespie, Teddy Wilson, Louis Bellson, Clark Terry, Coleman Hawkins, Zoot Sims, Jimmy Moody, Benny Carter and Bob Cranshaw.

Don't Throw Your Love On Me So Strong

T-bone Walker performs "Don't throw your love on me so strong" from The American Folk Blues Festival collection. He was a pioneer of electric guitar, and he has influenced a lot of blues guitar players like Chuck Berry, Albert King, Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, BB King or SRV and many more...
This was recorded in 1962 for the Horst Lippman's TV show called "Jazz gehört & gesehen" (Jazz heard & seen) on the SWF ( German TV station located in Baden-Baden).

Texas blues

Collins and Jimmie chillin' out with some T-Bone Style.

That Evening Train

Mean Old World

Recorded: Hollywood, July 20, 1942
T-Bone Walker (vcl) (g) Frediie Slack (p), Jud De Naut (b), Dave Coleman (d)

So blue blues

Evil Hearted Woman

Cold, Cold Feeling

Stormy Monday Blues (Live)