|《藍色之流》 The Current That Flows／馬雅音樂
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尼克伍德藍 Nick Woodland
藍色之流 The Current That Flows
名列偉大吉他宗師之列，當代白人藍調傳奇，15歲開始吉他音樂生涯，當Mick Taylor離開Rollin Stone合唱團時，曾是Rollin Stone繼任團員候選人之一；也曾是The Clash客席吉他手。音樂天份橫跨藍調/鄉村/搖滾/劇場/電影配樂。
自前作Live Fireworks 10年以來首張新碟：收錄新詞曲創作與翻唱Bob Dylan等名家經典。
德國知名爵士媒體[Jazz Podium]譽為有如Stevie Ray Vaughan的重生與生龍活虎的Eric Clapton般的令人讚嘆。
"One of the great. A brilliant guitarist," says Neues Deutschland (Berlin), and German daily Süddeutsche Zeitung calls him "one of the best live performers of white blues." London-born Nick Woodland is among the veterans coming out of the British blues-rock scene. Inspired by the likes of Alexis Korner, Eric Clapton, John Mayall and Peter Green, Woodland started out on guitar at age 15 and was almost to become a member of the Rolling Stones when Mick Taylor left the band. Based in Munich (Germany), Nick Woodland has played his guitar for many bands in rock (Amon Düül II, The Clash), pop (Giorgio Moroder) and jazz (Herbie Mann) and recorded five albums with Germany's top act Marius Müller-Westernhagen. With his own band he has been touring Europe extensively for many years, working the field between blues, rock'n'roll and country music. He also played the guitar for several theater productions and films.
Since the early 90s Nick has accompanied German singer/musician/poet Ringsgwandl in uncountable concerts all over Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Says Ringsgwandl: "I know nobody else who plays all kinds of guitars, acoustic and electric, picked or slide, and who is into each and even the most obscure style of the last 80 years, and also plays mandolin, mandola and some other things with strings. If you are looking for a guy who is also a proper person, does not drive you mad with the usual showbiz nonsense, someone you can talk to about English literature, films and all kinds of music but who you also can stay quiet with a whole day long, and if you need somebody who has never cancelled a concert in 13 years even when struck by a heavy flu -- then you can't miss Nick Woodland."
A decade after his album "Live Fireworks" (BLU-1027 2), this living legend of the continental blues scene is back with a new album. On "The Current That Flows", Nick Woodland proves that he still is a powerful blues man and creative singer/songwriter. The man with the dark glasses, the dark bowler and the British accent delivers a bunch of blues-rock oriented originals that match up with the best songs of the genre, along with some cover versions ranging from Dylan to Diddley. German Jazz Podium reads: "Woodland's guitar sounds like Stevie Ray Vaughan come back to life or like Eric Clapton on speed."
01. Keep The Love
02. Like A Rose
03. New Pony
05. Tender Trap
06. Military Kids
07. Something I Heard
08. Crackin’ Up
09. Motherless Children
10. Thanks To You
12. When Tears Are Near