This is the companion piece to the CD of the same name, a 65-minute live concert, filmed at the now-defunct Joyous Lake in 2005, with special guests brilliant keyboardist Bruce Katz and Lovin' Spoonful founder/harmonica legend John Sebastian. You hear gentle humor in Rishell's heartfelt delivery of ballads like It'll Be Me and the original Blues On A Holiday, but he takes a tough, no-holds-barred approach to both vocals and slide guitar on Johnny Winters' Dallas. Raines makes the notes dance out of her harmonica with rhythmic precision on Blind Boy Fuller's Custard Pie and her original tour-de-force Got To Fly. She goes head-to-head with Sebastian on the originals Can't Use It No More and Orange Dude Blues, an intimate instrumental duet that showcases the mutual respect shared by two harmonica masters. The DVD video comes replete with bonus features, including extra songs, an interview, guitar instruction, liner notes and band bios. For hardcore DVD buffs, there's an audio commentary track with Rishell, Raines and Sebastian doing a play-by-play peppered with anecdotes about blues history, famous encounters, trade secrets and the chaos unfolding behind the cameras.
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Paul Rishell & Annie Raines: A Night in Woodstock
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