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Luther Allison

"Live In Paradise"

The Story
Coming of age in the 1960s, Chicago bluesman Luther Allison found himself among a handful of electric guitarists able to bridge the gap between old-line blues audiences and younger fans of rock 'n' roll. Born the son of Arkansas cotton farmers, with 14 brothers and sisters, Allison studied the blues at the feet of the masters - Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, Elmore James and Jimmy Dawkins. Recorded live in April 1997 at Theatre St. Gilles on La Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean, Luther Allison "Live In Paradise" captures the legendary guitarist in the final months of a career that spanned five decades. Allison performs 18 songs during this high-energy 2 1/2-hour concert, including his own compositions "I'm Back", "Bad Love", "Parking Lot" and "Serious". Allison also lends his signature style to the Rolling Stones' classic "You Can't Always Get What You Want", Billy Preston's "You Are So Beautiful" and "Elmore James' "The Sky Is Crying".

Special DVD features include: Dolby Digital 5.1 Soundtrack (Generated From the Original Stereo Soundtrack).

Additional Facts
The DVD includes the songs "I'm Back", "Living In The House Of Blues", "You Don't Know", "Bad Love", "It's A Blues Thing", "Move From The Hood", "Watching You (Cherry Red Wine)", "Pain In The Streets", "Will It Ever Change?", "There Comes A Time", "Just As I Am", "Parking Lot", "Low Down And Dirty", "The Sky Is Crying", "Serious", "...If I Were You", "You Can't Always Get What You Want" and "You Are So Beautiful".

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