Sinner's Prayer - A Blues-Collaboration between MsKing and Rudolf Morf - inspired by Beth Hart and Joe Bonamassa, Live at the New York Beacon Theatre
November 5 2011.
Vocal: Ms King, https://soundcloud.com/mskingjazzsinger
Lead-Guitar: Rudolf Morf, https://soundcloud.com/bluesmen
Backing-Track: produced by Rowan J Parker, UK.
We have to say "thank you so much to all our follower and friends on SoundCloud for so a lot of comments, likes and reposts!"
We wish you all "happy new year and see you soon on SoundCloud!"
but now enjoy our "New Year Gift to you all - Sinner's Prayer"
Mr. BLUESWORK, Rudolf Morf.
Dear Friends and Followers
I hope you all had a pleasant, thrilling and wonderful summer time. Some days and weeks of sunny holidays with family and friends. Let's have a look back of all these funny experiences and feelings you had during this wonderful summer.
with best regards
4 Hands made the Blues for Friends. Thank you Tom for this fantastic idea, honor and pleasure to do a Blues with you again.
Dear Friends meet on heart and one soul for the Blues and especially for this Blues we did together.
Hope you enjoy it with best regards from Tom and Rudolf.
Dear friends and followers,
now it is nearly one year ago, it was before christmas 2014, when Chris O and myself talked about a collaboration in 2015. And now, we made it happen.
I am very happy to have had the honour to perform with the winner of the Sydney Blues Competition 2015 (Category: Solo-Artists) an old amazing song, written by Leroy Carr in a cover of the great John Lee Hooker senior.
Thank you so much for that Chris.
Vocals: Chris O, Blue Mountains, Australia
Guitar: BLUESWORK Rudolf Morf
(PRS JA-15 all fingerpicked)
Songwriter: Leroy Carr
Backing-Track: Larry von Kriedt
Vocals: Ms. King - Lorraine Kingham
Guitar: BLUESWORK, Rudolf Morf
"Need Your Love So Bad" sometimes known as "I Need Your Love So Bad", is a blues song first published in 1955 and written by Mertis John Jr.
The first recording of the song was by Mertis John's younger brother Little Willie John and was released by King Records. Willie John's single achieved No. 5 on the Billboard R&B chart in 1956.
B.B. King recorded the song in December 1967 under the title "I Need Your Love" for his album Lucille.
Ok Guys This is from us to the ladies!!!!!!!!!!! https://soundcloud.com/bluesmen/use-me-cover To hear with lead guitar!! Rudopf you did an amazing job creating the feel of this classic. It was a pleasure working with you my friend!!!!!!
Part of the new Set "DEEP BLUE colors of soul" - some light bulesy grooves - New experiments palying in different modes and pentatonics - played on my PRS Paul Reed Smith NS-14.
pictures by Lukas Schweizer:
Copyright 2013 by Lukas Schweizer Photography
thank you so much Lukas.
B. B. King (* 16. September 1925 in Itta Bena, Mississippi; † 14. Mai 2015 - in Las Vegas, Nevada; bürgerlich Riley B. King war einer der einflussreichsten Blues-Gitarristen und -Sänger und einer der „drei Kings des elektrischen Blues“, neben Albert King und Freddie King. Das „B. B.“ in seinem Namen stand für Blues Boy, was wiederum eine Verkürzung von Beale Street Blues Boy ist, seinem Moderationspseudonym beim Radiosender WDIA.
This is our, MsKings and myself, interpretation of a classic Deep Purple track from 1972.
Lyrics of this version "When A Blind Woman Cries" is MsKings interpretation of this classic blues, Lead-Guitar interpreted by Blueswork, Rudolf Morf.
my personal and special "Thank you so much" to the amazing MsKing for another great collaboration.
Détroit (in french) means "sea gate" - the name of todays Motor-City Detroit - Home of Hookers first gigs in a Club at Hastings Street in the year of 1937.
This is my interpretation of John Lee Hookers amazing Boogie Chillen'. played on my Republic Guitar Highway61 and the first recording with it.
"Boogie Chillen'" is a blues song written by John Lee Hooker and recorded in 1948. It was Hooker's debut record release and became a No. 1 Billboard R&B chart hit in 1949.
I never had the chance to see John Lee live, but three years ago in a small club here in switzerland I had the chance to meet his son John Lee jr. and we had a long conversation about my first Hooker record "Dusty Road" I bought at the age of 14.
Here it is "Boogie Chillen'"....
Id Rather go blind Cover. Originally by Much loved Etta James
Hope you enjoy.
I would like to thank Lorrain Kingham @mskingjazzsinger on accompanying me with her outstanding voice.
Thank you too honey.
We will be performing this Live one day x - yes, we do it!
please visit Lorraine's Gallery:
Thank you so much to all, especially to Lorraine Kingham to make this amazing song happend.
Vocals: Lorraine Kingham - Ms. King
Art Cover: Lorraine Kingham http://fineartamerica.com/profiles/lorraine-kingham.html
Guitar: Rudolf Morf - BLUESWORK
Backingtrack: Larry van Krindt www.jazzbacks.com
this is the best I ever did in my musician life ;-)
Baddest Blues by: Beth Hart & Joe Bonamassa, Live in Amsterdam 2013.
Wonderful Collaboration by Lorraine Kingham: Vocals & Banking Track.
Guitar: BLUESWORK, Rudolf Morf
Picture by: Lorraine Kingham
Robben Ford Cover by Akeli & BLUESWORK.
Akeli from Berlin: Vocals
Guitar by BLUESWORK, Rudolf Morf
Remembring at the wonderful Beergarden-Summer 2016. May they are a lot of guys the think "Ain't drinking beer no more" and they may change drinking to smoking a enjoable cigar ;-)
have fun and enjoy the last sun form our indian summer, our best wishes for a successful autum.
Akeli & Rudolf.