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Robben Ford

Blues rock guitar player Robben Ford shows why he is a musician's musician in an energetic live set of a dozen songs at the New Morning club in Paris in 2001. With Brannen Temple on drums, Jimmy Earl on bass and Louis Pardini on keyboards Ford effortlessly leads the band through slick modern blues tunes like "Nothing To Nobody," "Tired Of Talkin'" and "Indianola Blues." The intimate performance is a straightforward example of Ford's tasteful musical sensibilities that enabled him to play with such legends as Muddy Waters, Miles Davis and Burt Bacharach. Special features include an interview featurette with Robben Ford. Aspect ratio is 4:3, with sound presented in choice of Stereo or Dolby Digital 5.1. (Musical performance - Three Stars, DVD features - One Star) Not Rated, 114 mins. (inakustik)

September 25, 2005 | Permalink