布鲁斯摇滚:Tony Joe White《19CD》1968-2018/FLAC+CUE/BD

托尼·乔·怀特(1943年7月23日至2018年10月24日),绰号沼泽狐狸,是美国创作歌手和吉他手,为他的1969年最有名的打 “ 波克沙拉安妮 ”和“ 雨夜格鲁吉亚 ”,他写,而是由最先流行起来布鲁克顿在1970年他还写了‘ 热气腾腾的Windows ’和‘卧底蓝军’,无论是命中为蒂娜·特纳于1989年; 这两首歌是由特纳的制片人马克·诺夫普勒(Mark Knopfler)带来的,他是怀特的朋友。Elvis Presley的 Joe Dassin也录制了“民俗沙拉安妮” ,汤姆琼斯。

传记

托尼·乔·怀特(Tony Joe White)是七个孩子中最小的一个,他们是在美国路易斯安那州西卡罗尔教区的橡树林附近的一家棉花农场长大的。他的歌曲“老人威利斯”在西卡罗尔教区举行。他首先开始在学校舞蹈中表演音乐,高中毕业后,他在德克萨斯州和路易斯安那州的夜总会演出。

1960年代至1970年代

1967年,怀特与纪念碑唱片公司(Monument Records)签约,该唱片公司在田纳西州亨德森维尔市纳什维尔郊区的一家录音棚中经营,并产生了各种声音,包括摇滚,乡村和西方以及节奏和蓝调。比利·斯旺(Billy Swan)是他前三张专辑的制作人。

在接下来的三年中,怀特在美国发行了四张单曲,但都没有在商业上取得成功,尽管“灵魂旧金山”在法国大受欢迎。“ Polk Salad Annie ”发行了9个月,并因其唱片公司的失败而被注销,直到1969年7月它最终进入美国排行榜。到8月初它攀升至前十名,并最终达到No 8,成为怀特最大的打击

白色的第一张专辑,1969年的黑与白,中记录与肌肉浅滩 / 纳什维尔音乐家大卫·布里格斯,诺伯特·帕特南和杰里·卡里根,和特色的“威利和劳拉·梅·琼斯”和“波克沙拉安妮”,以沿盖吉米·韦伯(Jimmy Webb)的“ 威奇托巡边员 ” “ Willie and Laura Mae Jones”由Dusty Springfield演唱并作为单曲发行,后来被添加到她1969年在孟菲斯发行的专辑Dusty的重新发行中。

紧随其后的是三支单打,所有单曲都受到打击,怀特与斯蒂芬沃尔夫(Steppenwolf),安妮·默里(Anne Murray),斯莱与家庭之石,克里德斯·克利尔沃特复兴(Creedence Clearwater Revival)以及1970年代的其他主要摇滚乐队一起巡回演出,分别在法国,德国,比利时,瑞典和英国演出。

1973年,怀特(White)出现在电影《捉住我的灵魂》(Catch My Soul)中,这是莎士比亚的《奥赛罗》的摇滚歌剧改编。怀特演奏并演唱了四首歌,并为音乐剧创作了七首歌。

1973年9月下旬,怀特被唱片制作人休伊·梅克斯(Huey Meaux)聘请,参加了孟菲斯乐队的演唱会,成为杰里·李·刘易斯(Jerry Lee Lewis)的《南方根源》专辑。这些会议是一个为期三天,围绕四小时的晚会,它不仅团聚原来的MG(史蒂夫·克罗帕,唐纳德,“鸭子”唐恩和铝杰克逊,小的Booker T.和MGs的声望是三年来的第一次,但Carl Perkins,Mark Lindsay(保罗·里维尔(Paul Revere)和《攻略》),韦恩·杰克逊(Wayne Jackson)以及孟菲斯之角(The Memphis Horns)。

1980年代

从1976年到1983年,怀特发行了三张专辑,每张专辑的标签不同。当时试图将自己的沼泽摇滚声音与流行的迪斯科音乐相结合,结果并没有取得成功,怀特放弃了他的歌手生涯,而专注于创作歌曲。在此期间,他与美国侨民乔·达辛(Joe Dassin)合作制作了他唯一的英语专辑《自制冰淇淋》和其法语专辑《蓝色乡村》。

1990年代卷土重来

1989年,怀特在蒂娜·特纳(Tina Turner)的《外国事务》专辑中制作了一张非单曲,其余专辑由丹·哈特曼(Dan Hartman)制作。在专辑上演奏各种乐器时,他还创作了四首歌曲,其中包括标题歌曲和热门单曲“ Steamy Windows ”。因此,他由当时的特纳的经理罗杰·戴维斯(Roger Davies)管理,并与Polydor签订了新合同。

最终的专辑1991年的《接近真相》取得了商业上的成功(需要引用),使怀特重新成为人们的焦点。他还为Polydor发行了两张专辑:《体面的凹槽之路》和《普莱西德湖》,由罗杰·戴维斯(Roger Davies)共同制作。

在1990年代,怀特与乔·科克(Joe Cocker)和埃里克·克拉普顿(Eric Clapton)一起在德国和法国巡回演出,并于1992年参加蒙特勒音乐节。在1990年代后期,怀特还与韦伦·詹宁斯一起巡回演出。

1996年,蒂娜·特纳(Tina Turner)发行了怀特(White)创作的歌曲《寂静的翅膀》。

2000年代

2000年,Hip-O Records在美国发行了One Hot July,这是White十七年来首次在国内发行新的大型唱片。广受好评的The Beginning出现在2001年的Swamp Records上,其次是Heroines,与几位女歌手合唱,包括Jessi Colter,Shelby Lynne,Emmylou Harris,Lucinda Williams和Michelle White,并于2004年在Sanctuary上演出,并在奥斯汀市区游玩音乐会,来自德克萨斯州奥斯丁的现场表演,在New West Records上2006年。在2004年,怀特(White)是Megabien Entertainment制作的Legends Rock电视节目和音乐会系列中的特邀艺术家。

在2007年,怀特发行了另一场现场录音《沼泽带回家》,以及合辑《托尼·乔·怀特简介》。Elkie Brooks在她的2005 Electric Lady专辑中录制了White的其中一首歌“ Out of The Rain” 。2006年7月14日,怀特在法国马尼库尔(Magny-Cours)为罗杰·沃特斯(Roger Waters)的 “月之暗面”音乐会进行了热身表演。怀特的专辑“ Uncovered ”于2006年9月发行,并与马克•诺夫普勒(Mark Knopfler),迈克尔•麦克唐纳(Michael McDonald),埃里克•克莱普顿(Eric Clapton)和杰克•卡莱(JJ Cale)合作。

1969年专辑中的歌曲“ Elements and Things” ……继续在2012年HBO电视连续剧“ Luck ” 中的赛马场面中扮演重要角色。

2013年,怀特与Yep Roc Records签约,并发行了Hoodoo。 琼斯母亲将专辑称为“蒸汽,不可抗拒” ,并且没有抑郁症,托尼·乔·怀特是“真正的沼泽之王”。他还与伦敦的Jools Holland一起进行了Live … with Jools Holland的演唱,播放了Hoodoo的歌曲。

2014年10月15日,怀特(White)与戴维·莱特曼(David Letterman)以及Foo Fighters一起出演了《民俗沙拉安妮》。莱特曼指着怀特对电视观众说:“天哪!如果我是这个家伙,你们所有人都可以亲我的屁股。我是那个意思。”

2016年5月,托尼·乔·怀特(Tony Joe White)在Yep Roc Records发行了Rain Crow。主打曲目“ Hoochie Woman”与他的妻子Leann共同创作。曲目“ Conjure Child”是对更早的歌曲“ Conjure Woman”的延续。

专辑Bad Mouthin’于2018年9月再次在Yep Roc Records发行。专辑包含六首自我演奏的歌曲和五首由查理·帕顿和约翰·李·胡克创作的蓝调标准。在专辑上,怀特还演唱了猫王Elvis Presley的歌曲“ Heartbreak Hotel”。怀特在儿子乔迪·怀特(Jody White)制作的专辑中使用原声和电吉他,并且具有Tony Joe White悠闲的标志性声音。

死亡

怀特于2018年10月24日死于心脏病,享年75岁。“他一点都没有病。他只是心脏病发作……没有痛苦或痛苦”,他的儿子乔迪·怀特说。他死于田纳西州利珀分叉的家中。他的妻子莱恩(Leann)和1964年结婚的三个孩子乔迪(Jody),吉姆·鲍勃(Jim Bob)和米歇尔(Michelle)幸免于难。

Tony Joe White (July 23, 1943 – October 24, 2018), nicknamed the Swamp Fox, was an American singer-songwriter and guitarist, best known for his 1969 hit “Polk Salad Annie” and for “Rainy Night in Georgia”, which he wrote but was first made popular by Brook Benton in 1970. He also wrote “Steamy Windows” and “Undercover Agent for the Blues”, both hits for Tina Turner in 1989; those two songs came by way of Turner’s producer at the time, Mark Knopfler, who was a friend of White. “Polk Salad Annie” was also recorded by Joe Dassin, Elvis Presley, and Tom Jones.

Biography

Tony Joe White was the youngest of seven children who grew up on a cotton farm near Oak Grove, West Carroll Parish, Louisiana, United States. His song “Old Man Willis” takes place in West Carroll Parish. He first began performing music at school dances, and after graduating from high school he performed in night clubs in Texas and Louisiana.

1960s–1970s

In 1967, White signed with Monument Records, which operated from a recording studio in the Nashville suburb of Hendersonville, Tennessee, and produced a variety of sounds, including rock and roll, country and western, and rhythm and blues. Billy Swan was his producer on his first three albums.

Over the next three years, White released four singles with no commercial success in the U.S., although “Soul Francisco” was a hit in France. “Polk Salad Annie” had been released for nine months and written off as a failure by his record label, when it finally entered the U.S. charts in July 1969. It climbed to the Top Ten by early August, and eventually reached No. 8, becoming White’s biggest hit.

White’s first album, 1969’s Black and White, was recorded with Muscle Shoals/Nashville musicians David Briggs, Norbert Putnam, and Jerry Carrigan, and featured “Willie and Laura Mae Jones” and “Polk Salad Annie”, along with a cover of Jimmy Webb’s “Wichita Lineman”. “Willie and Laura Mae Jones” was covered by Dusty Springfield and released as a single, later added to reissues of her 1969 album Dusty in Memphis.

Three more singles quickly followed, all minor hits, and White toured with Steppenwolf, Anne Murray, Sly & the Family Stone, Creedence Clearwater Revival and other major rock acts of the 1970s, playing in France, Germany, Belgium, Sweden and England.

In 1973, White appeared in the film Catch My Soul, a rock-opera adaption of Shakespeare’s Othello. White played and sang four and composed seven songs for the musical.

In late September 1973, White was recruited by record producer Huey Meaux to sit in on the Memphis sessions that became Jerry Lee Lewis’s Southern Roots album. these sessions were a three-day, around-the-clock party, which not only reunited the original MGs (Steve Cropper, Donald “Duck” Dunn and Al Jackson, Jr. of Booker T. and the MGs fame) for the first time in three years, but also featured Carl Perkins, Mark Lindsay (of Paul Revere & the Raiders), and Wayne Jackson plus The Memphis Horns.

1980s

From 1976 to 1983, White released three more albums, each on a different label. Trying to combine his own swamp-rock sound with the popular disco music at the time, the results were not met with success and White gave up his career as a singer and concentrated on writing songs. During this time frame, he collaborated with American expat Joe Dassin on his only English-language album, Home Made Ice Cream, and its French-language counterpart Blue Country.

1990s comeback

In 1989, White produced one non-single track on Tina Turner’s Foreign Affair album, the rest of the album being produced by Dan Hartman. Playing a variety of instruments on the album, he also wrote four songs, including the title song and the hit single “Steamy Windows”. As a result of this he became managed by Roger Davies, who was Turner’s manager at the time, and he obtained a new contract with Polydor.

The resulting album, 1991’s Closer to the Truth, was a commercial success[citation needed] and put White back in the spotlight. He released two more albums for Polydor: The Path of a Decent Groove and Lake Placid Blues, which was co-produced by Roger Davies.

In the 1990s, White toured Germany and France with Joe Cocker and Eric Clapton, and in 1992 he played the Montreux Festival. During the late 1990s, White also toured with Waylon Jennings.

In 1996, Tina Turner released the song “On Silent Wings” written by White.

2000s

In 2000, Hip-O Records released One Hot July in the U.S., giving White his first new major-label domestic release in 17 years. The critically acclaimed The Beginning appeared on Swamp Records in 2001, followed by Heroines, featuring several duets with female vocalists including Jessi Colter, Shelby Lynne, Emmylou Harris, Lucinda Williams, and Michelle White, on Sanctuary in 2004, and a live Austin City Limits concert, Live from Austin, TX, on New West Records in 2006. In 2004, White was the featured guest artist in an episode of the Legends Rock TV Show and Concert Series, produced by Megabien Entertainment.

In 2007, White released another live recording, Take Home the Swamp, as well as the compilation Introduction to Tony Joe White. Elkie Brooks recorded one of White’s songs, “Out of The Rain”, on her 2005 Electric Lady album. On July 14, 2006, in Magny-Cours, France, White performed as a warm-up act for Roger Waters’ The Dark Side of the Moon concert. White’s album, entitled Uncovered, was released in September 2006 and featured collaborations with Mark Knopfler, Michael McDonald, Eric Clapton, and J.J. Cale.

The song “Elements and Things” from the 1969 album …Continued features prominently during the horse-racing scenes in the 2012 HBO television series “Luck”.

In 2013, White signed to Yep Roc Records and released Hoodoo. Mother Jones called the album “Steamy, Irresistible” and No Depression noted Tony Joe White is “the real king of the swamp”. He also made his Live…with Jools Holland debut in London, playing songs from Hoodoo.

On October 15, 2014, White appeared on The Late Show with David Letterman alongside the Foo Fighters to perform “Polk Salad Annie”. Pointing to White, Letterman told his TV audience, “Holy cow! … If I was this guy, you could all kiss my ass. And I mean that.”

In May 2016, Tony Joe White released Rain Crow on Yep Roc Records. The lead track “Hoochie Woman” was co-written with his wife, Leann. The track “Conjure Child” is a follow up to an earlier song, “Conjure Woman”.

The album Bad Mouthin’ was released in September 2018 again on Yep Roc Records. The album contains six self-penned songs and five blues standards written by, amongst others, Charley Patton and John Lee Hooker. On the album White also performs a cover of the Elvis Presley song “Heartbreak Hotel”. White plays acoustic and electric guitar on the album which was produced by his son Jody White and it has a signature Tony Joe White laidback sound.

Death

White died of a heart attack on October 24, 2018, at the age of 75. “He wasn’t ill at all. He just had a heart attack…there was no pain or suffering”, said his son, Jody White. He died at his home in Leiper’s Fork, Tennessee. He is survived by his wife, Leann, whom he married in 1964, and their three children, Jody, Jim Bob, and Michelle.

专辑列表:
1969. Tony Joe White – …Continued
1969. Tony Joe White – Black And White
1970. Tony Joe White – Tony Joe
1971. Tony Joe White – Tony Joe White
1972. Tony Joe White – The Train I’m On
1973. Tony Joe White – Homemade Ice Cream
1976, 1983. Tony Joe White – Eyes, Dangerous
1991. Tony Joe White – Closer To The Truth
1993. Tony Joe White – The Path Of A Decent Groove
1995. Tony Joe White – Lake Placid Blues
1998. Tony Joe White – One Hot July
2002. Tony Joe White – Hard To Handle
2004. Tony Joe White – The Heroines
2006. Tony Joe White – Uncovered
2008. Tony Joe White – Deep Cuts
2010. Tony Joe White – The Shine
2013. Tony Joe White – Hoodoo
2016. Tony Joe White – Rain Crow
2018. Tony Joe White – Bad Mouthin’

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