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Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Buick 6 - Live At The Telegraph

Styles : Blues-Rock, Contemporary Blues, Country Blues
Released : 2008
Label : Buick Records

01 - From a Buick Six
02 - A Few of Your Lines
03 - Nobody's Fault but Mine
04 - Travelling Riverside Blues
05 - In my time of dying
06 - Nothing Left To Lose
07 - Hellhound on my Trail
08 - Shiftin' Sand
09 - No Bed of Roses
10 - Barrelhouse Woman
11 - Jitterbug Swing

Recorded at Brooks Blues Bar, the Telegraph, Putney Hill London, May 2007

Roger Hubbard : Guitar Mandolin, Vocals
Liam Genockey : Drums, Back up Vocals
Colin Gibson : Fender Bass, Back Up Vocals

About Roger Hubbard
Born in 1950 in Brighton, England, Roger remains one of the UK's major exponents of the slide guitar.
At the age of 15 he was starting to play at folk clubs in the Brighton area. In 1968, continuing an interest in Country and Delta blues, he started his own club above "The Lewes Arms" in Lewes, Sussex. Along with fellow musicians Sam Mitchell and Dick Wardell, the club featured guest performances by Jo Ann Kelly and her brother Dave Kelly, Simon Prager, Steve Rye, Bob Hall, Graham Hine, Andy Fernbach and Tony McPhee (who was later to form the Groundhogs).
The club later moved to Brighton.

In 1971 Roger opened for Muddy Waters at The Gardener Centre, Brighton. He also appeared at the Cambridge Folk Festival and on the first pyramid stage at Glastonbury the same year.

In 1972 Muddy Waters was quoted in Sounds Magazine as saying,
"Roger Hubbard is as good as any blues guitarist in the U.K. or the United States".

His first album Brighton Belle Blues was recorded in 1970 by Nick Perls for his US Blue Goose label. Nick was a key figure on the American blues trail, rediscovering the likes of Son House and Skip James. Having played his 1935 National Steel Duolian for many years, Roger now plays an electric resonator guitar of his own design, known as "The Hub" as well as a steel resonator mandolin given to him by the AMI company in Munich.

Roger is currently gigging with his band Buick 6 as well as doing solo and duo work.

His song Home Lovin' Man was recorded by US blues man Eric Bibb on his 2003 album Natural Light .

1971 Brighton Belle Blues - Blue Goose Records
2003 Danger Deep Mud - Deep Mud Records
2007 Out of my Hands - Deep Mud Records

1993 Busy Bootin' (John Pearson & Roger Hubbard) - Taxim Records

(Band) Buick 6:
1989 Cypress Grove - Taxim Records
1995 Juice Machine - Taxim Records
1997 Foolin' With This Heart EP - Taxim Records
2008 Live At The Telegraph - Buick Records

original CD from sussex

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