Wednesday, December 27, 2006

Sparks Of Insanity By Vinny "Bond" Marini Wednesday, December 27, 2006

There will be no names in lights today...

Honorable mention goes to:
DAMM
DIANA
&
ANOTHER DESERT RAT

HERE IT IS...

THE LONDON HOWLIN' WOLF SESSIONS
CHESTER ARTHUR BURNETT aka HOWLIN' WOLF
ERIC CLAPTON
STEVE WINWOOD
BILL WYMAN
CHARLIE WATTS
HUBERT SUMLIN
JEFFREY M CARP
LAFAYETTE LEAKE
(he is the one you all forgot!)
THE RED ROOSTER (False Start & Dialogue)
THE RED ROOSTER
(actually it is two separate tracks)

The album was recorded in 1970 in London, during Howlin's European Tour. The album was recorded in a week and also featured on other songs: the great Klaus Voorman, John Simon, Phil Upchurch, Joe Miller, Jordan Sandke and Dennis Lansing. Additionally there is a musician credited as "Richie" on drums on the song "I Ain't Superstitious". The real identity of this drummer is none other then Ringo Starr.
The "False Start and Dialogue" is a real treat, as Clapton and Winwood try and convince Howlin' to play with them on "THE RED ROOSTER", while he is giving instructions on how to begin the song..including the great line..."See, he drops in when you say...BOOOOM!" In the end, Howlin' won the discussion as he is not playing on the complete recording of the song heard following the discussion.
One of the final highlights of a wonderful career, Mr Burnett left us on January 10, 1975 in Hines, Illinois at the age of 66.
I hope you enjoyed this piece of true brilliance. THE COUCH has to say it liked the fact that the answer was not submitted within five minutes of the song posting as has been the case in the past, but we will try and find a better choice for next week.



Hello and welcome back...

Hope your holiday was special and filled with love and smiles and friends and family.
Special WORDLESS WEDNESDAY NAME THAT TUNE this week in a couple of ways.

To begin, to me this is one of the classic recordings of my life..AND I have never mentioned it before. I am hopeful that those of you who have never heard it will appreciate the significance...

And secondly, because it is a special recording it is a bit more precise.

This is a specific recording.
You need to name the song.
Name all of the people who played on this particular recording.
Name the album.

Get it right, and get your name in lights...

Tomorrow, we will tell you all about the trip to Florida...


St. J - P.B.U.A.B.W.A.B



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Keep that spark of insanity kids...It helps keep you an individual.

SONG INDEX: Source: Record Liner Notes

33 Of Your Sparks

  1. Sueann Says:
  2. Hey Vince...since I can not listen to your "specific" tune...I wanted to tell you that my Grandson, Michael, has an autographed guitar....by whom...you must be wondering....well by "The Grateful Dead"! of course...it is awesome! Are you just green with envy? LOL! Why can't I hear your "tune"? Yes, I have my speakers on...hmmmm Happy New Year, my friend.
    Hugs,
    Sue

     
  3. Tisha! Says:
  4. Incredible tune, enjoying it so much Bond baby, thanks. But have no idea what it's called - so uncultured!

    Kiss
    Tisha

     
  5. Turnbaby Says:
  6. Ah Vinny---Such good music to start the day. Welcome Back!!

     
  7. Bond Says:
  8. SUEANN: Very cool item... Not sure why you can't hear the tune...are you getting an error message?
    Happy New Year to you ya old married lady!

    TISHA: i absolutely love this version fo this song..

    TURN: ty

     
  9. Diana Says:
  10. Yeah..

    Singer: Howlin' Wolf

    Song: The Red Rooster (False Start and Dialogue)

    Album: The London Howlin Wolf Sessions

    Special Recording with Eric Clapton, Steve Winwood, Charlie Watts and Bill Wyman

     
  11. You have me stumped on this version. I know the song and that it has been covered by God and every one of his cousins.

    For a treat, come visit my blog; I've posted a video treat just for you that relates to this one.

     
  12. Bond Says:
  13. SONGBIRD: can't see it until I get home

     
  14. Anndi Says:
  15. You've got me on the version dear.. but Desert songbird is right.. the whole flamdamily has done a version of this!

    Howlin Wolf remains a favorite of mine!... LOL the irony.. you would pick that song.. hehehe!

    Two WWs today...

     
  16. damm Says:
  17. Willie Dixon - Chester Burnett (howlin wolf)
    1962 The Rocking Chair

    There ain't no peace in the barnyard since my little red roosters gone :)

     
  18. damm Says:
  19. whoops typo " The Rocking Chair Album"

     
  20. damm Says:
  21. AHHH still messed up. Wish you could edit these things.

    the rockin' chair album

    I know how bond is a stickler about this stuff

     
  22. dammtuffone Says:
  23. WIllie Johnson
    Jimmy Rogers
    Smokey Smothers
    Sammy Lay
    Leary
    Fred Below
    PHillips
    Abe Locke

     
  24. Morgen Says:
  25. I'm glad other people knew, because I'm at a loss.
    Name That Tune is one of the things I am worst at!
    Hmmm... is it a wordless Wednesday when someone sings on the audio clip? just curious...

    Hope you had a safe holiday.
    Lookin' forward to the new year -
    ~Mo

     
  26. Bond Says:
  27. SONGBIRD: Yes it has been covered by many

    ANNDI: Yes, Howling Wolf is great doing this

    DAMM: (all incarnations of you):
    NOPE
    NOPE
    NOPE NOPE

    MORGEN: In my world it is WW even with the vocals... MY Couch MY Rules bwahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

     
  28. tiggerprr Says:
  29. I'm afraid I have no idea. LOL Happy Wednesday! :)

     
  30. Anndi Says:
  31. Wolfs eat ducks.. just saying..

     
  32. Why do I get the impression that you derive great joy from vexing others? Is that just my thinking, or do other COUCH loungers feel the same?

    Regardless, I love it here and your fun games won't ever chase me away...

     
  33. Bond Says:
  34. TIGERPRR: No worries... just hope you enjoyed the song...

    ANNDI: Yes they do . Awoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo

    SONGBIRD: Well, I would prefer more guesses, but certainly like it better then the couple of weeks i posted it and someone had the right answer within 5 minutes hehehe

     
  35. dammunsure Says:
  36. Plan B :)

    The London Howlin Wolf Sessions

    Little Red Rooster

    Howlin Wolf

    Hubert Sumlin
    Clapton
    Wyman
    Watts
    Sumlin
    Jeffrey Carp
    Steve Winwood
    Ringo Starr
    Klaus Voorman
    John Simon
    Phil Upchurch

     
  37. Bond Says:
  38. DIANA: So close.. thanks for playing

    DAMM: You certainly are UNSURE... so so close.. thanks for playing....

     
  39. throw me a bone here! maybe a "what i got wrong hint"??????

    is false start an actual part of the name?

     
  40. damm Says:
  41. ain't it time for canadians to hibernate? ...just sayin. :)

     
  42. Starrlight Says:
  43. Good music Bond!

     
  44. "The Red Rooster (Rehearsal)"

    "The London Howlin' Wolf Sessions" Studio album by Howlin' Wolf

    Released 1971 on Chess Records

    Artists:
    Howlin' Wolf
    Hubert Sumlin
    Eric Clapton
    Steve Winwood
    Ian Stewart
    Bill Wyman
    Charlie Watts

    Great tune

     
  45. Diana Says:
  46. I think if Damm and I put our answers together we have a joint win. I just realized what he is missing.

     
  47. Desert Rat got an honorable mention -- wooohooo!

    She's one of my bestest, dearest buddies -- good on ya!

     
  48. Thanks, Bond! I wandered over here from The Ice Box - was advised the couch was worth a sit and was pleased to find that it delivered. I'll be back.

     
  49. Sueann Says:
  50. umm...so who won? I think Damm and Anndi should have their names in lights....just sayin :)

     
  51. Bond Says:
  52. DAMM: Throw a bone to a duck? huh?

    STARRLIGHT: Thanks, glad you enjoyed

    ANOTHER: Nice try but umm nope.

    DIANA: Team play is allowed as long as the judges do not know..but there can only be one winner.

    SONGBIRD: Yes, she did...

    ANOTHER: Glad you enjoyed your time on THE COUCH

    SUEANN: um no one won... Do they get their name in lights for witty banter?

     
  53. Diana Says:
  54. Bond;

    I think the team of Double D's is appropiate!

    Umm, that didn't come out right...

    *Sue

    It was myself and Damm. Hmmpf, I'm going to take that personally.

     
  55. Anndi Says:
  56. LMOO.. somebody gets offended all too easily...

    Hey duck.. aren't you Flying south for the winter?...

    No wins for partial answers... check the rule book... Why does the Canadian judge keep having to say this?

     
  57. Bond Says:
  58. DIANA: I thought she was referring to the verbal sparring Anndi and the Damm Duck were having...
    Well nly one name would be on top and the other would be second... them the rules

    ANNDI: OOOOO I did not know this was going International Rules...
    Hope Damm is careful of those hunters...

     
  59. Diana Says:
  60. *Anndi

    You want to take this outside too? ;)

    Oy, I need to go away from Jerzee.

     

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