Some articles on blue thumb, blues:
... new band names, including "25th Century Quaker" and "Blue Thumb", while making suggestions to other musicians that they might get involved ... The thought-process of "25th Century Quaker" was that it would be a 'blues band' alias for the more avant-garde work of the Magic Band ... The label that was unsurprisingly named Blue Thumb launched with its first release Strictly Personal, a truncated version of the original Beefheart vision of a double album ...
... Barrelhouse Groove Hollywood MoWest MW-5025F 1972 Mosadi / Put It Where You Want It 1 Blue Thumb BTA-208 1972 So Far Away / That's How I Feel 1 Blue Thumb ...
... Year Title Label Label-Nr 1973 At Their Best Motown M-796V1 1976 The Best of the Crusaders ABC Blue Thumb BTSY-6027 1987 The Vocal Album MCA 1988 ... Sample a Decade Connoisseur VSOP-LP131 (UK) 16 ... Original ... VSOP-CD-212 (UK) 1996 The Best of the Crusaders MCA MCBD-19528 (UK) 1996 Way Back Home Blue Thumb BTD-4-700 1998 Priceless Jazz Collection GRP GRD-989 ...
... He left Kama Sutra/Buddha in 1968 to create Beverly Hills-based Blue Thumb Records, with producers Don Graham and Tommy LiPuma ... Among the acts Krasnow brought to Blue Thumb were Ike Tina Turner, the Pointer Sisters, Dave Mason, Dan Hicks and His Hot Licks, Marc Bolan, Arthur Lee, Clifton Chenier, Albert King ... Krasnow served as president of Blue Thumb until 1974, when he became vice president/talent acquisition for Warner Bros ...
Famous quotes containing the words thumb and/or blue:
“Your small hands, precisely equal to my own
only the thumb is larger, longerin these hands
I could trust the world, or in many hands like these,
handling power-tools or steering-wheel
or touching a human face ...”
—Adrienne Rich (b. 1929)
“True variety is in that plenitude of real and unexpected elements, in the branch charged with blue flowers thrusting itself, against all expectations, from the springtime hedge which seems already too full, while the purely formal imitation of variety ... is but void and uniformity, that is, that which is most opposed to variety....”
—Marcel Proust (18711922)