Keb’ Mo’《17CD》1994-2019/FLAC/BD

凯文·罗斯福·摩尔(Kevin Roosevelt Moore)(1951年10月3日出生),被称为凯布·莫(Keb’Mo’),是美国蓝调音乐家,曾五次获得格莱美奖。他是歌手,吉他手和歌曲作者,居住在田纳西州的纳什维尔。他被形容为“这是一个活的连接到开创性的三角洲蓝调,它沿着密西西比河而上,横穿整个美国”。他的后现代布鲁斯风格受到许多时代和流派的影响,包括民间,摇滚,爵士,流行和乡村。绰号“ Keb Mo”是他的原始鼓手Quentin Dennard创造的,并由他的唱片公司以“ street talk”的缩写命名。

早年

从一开始,来自路易斯安那州和德克萨斯州的Keb’Mo的父母就为他灌输了布鲁斯音乐和福音音乐。到了青春期,他是一位出色的吉他手。

Keb’Mo’开始了他的音乐生涯,在一支calypso乐队中演奏钢鼓。在1970年代和1980年代,他继续在各种蓝调和后备乐队中演出。他于1970年代初通过R&B乐队与Jefferson Airplane小提琴家Papa John Creach一起开始录制。摩尔(Core)在摩尔21岁时雇用了他。摩尔出现在Creach的四张专辑中:Filthy!,为您演奏我的小提琴,我是小提琴手和摇滚父亲。凯伯·莫(Keb’Mo)的第一张金唱片被收录为一首歌“吉特·提德勒(Git Fiddler)”,他与帕帕·约翰(Papa John)共同创作了杰斐逊·星舰 ‘ 红章鱼在1975年的 Billboard 200上排名第一。

Moore还是A&M Records的职员作家,并为Almo – Irving音乐安排了演示。KEB”莫氏登场,造雨,发布了巧克力城唱片的子公司卡萨布兰卡纪录,在1980年他还沉浸在布鲁斯与他的侦探小说带长的限制,为首博比‘蓝’布兰德生产僧希金斯。穆尔卡住与艾伯特·科林斯和大乔·特纳和成为一个守护传统的继承和为原装正品。

凯布·莫(Keb’Mo’)曾在乔治·沃尔夫(George C. Wolfe)的音乐剧《朋克》(Spunk)的多个版本中登台演出(改编自佐拉·尼尔·赫斯顿(Zora Neale Hurston)的三个短篇小说。他的角色“吉他人”在他还是“小鸡街人”的学习期间就学习了,他在表演的同时演奏了所有实际音乐。吉他手的角色是其舞台角色的基础。

1994年,Keb’Mo’发行了自己的同名专辑,即Keb’Mo’,其中收录了罗伯特·约翰逊(Robert Johnson)的两张专辑,“ Come On In My Kitchen ”和“ Kind Heartd Woman Blues ”。马丁·斯科塞斯(Martin Scorsese)的迷你连续剧《蓝调》中,凯布·莫(Keb’Mo’)说他深受约翰逊的影响。Keb’是长滩布鲁斯音乐节最佳新布鲁斯歌手的亚军,在那里,他被史蒂夫·拉维尔(Steve LaVere)发现,后者是整个罗伯特·约翰逊(Robert Johnson)歌集(1992–93)的出版商。

Keb’Mo的同名专辑在Sony音乐的复古复兴部门Okeh Records发行。

1996年,他发行了第二张专辑《Just Like You》,其中包含了十二首充满Delta节奏的歌曲。他凭借这张专辑获得了自己的首个格莱美奖,其中杰克逊·布朗(Jackson Browne)和邦妮·拉伊特(Bonnie Raitt)参加了客座演出。

1997年6月10日,摩尔在电视节目《Sessions at West 54th》上演出。他与音乐家Laval Belle一起鼓演奏,Reggie McBride演奏贝斯,Joellen Friedkin演奏键盘,演奏十四首歌曲,其中有些来自他的每张专辑。布鲁斯钢琴家约翰博士也出场了。该会议(在纽约西部第54届会议:现场录音)在电视上播放,但直到2000年下半年才以DVD发行。

1998年,摩尔参加了德国摇滚乐手彼得·马法(Peter Maffay)的多艺术家项目“遇见(Begegnungen)” 。他们在专辑中演唱了Mo的新版本“ Am I Wrong”,并于当年晚些时候在舞台上巡回演出的30场音乐会中演唱了更多歌曲,并录制于1999年初的现场专辑Begenungen Live中。在Begegnungen专辑和巡回演唱会上,Maffay 是Sonny Landreth和来自世界各地的更多艺术家。

Slow Down是他的下一张专辑,于1998年发行,发行十二首歌。它为他赢得了第二次格莱美奖。专辑以歌曲“ Muddy Water”开头,这是对 Muddy Waters的致敬。它还包含一首名为“ Rainmaker”的歌曲,该歌曲早在十八年前就已经发布在他的第一张专辑中。

他的第四张专辑《门》(The Door)于2000年发行。同年,凯布·莫(Keb’Mo’)发行了儿童专辑Big Wide Grin,其中收录了许多摩尔自己童年的歌曲,以及一些较新的儿童歌曲,以及摩尔自己创作的一些歌曲。2001年,他出现在芝麻街与青蛙柯密特,格罗弗,毛毛,等提线木偶表演的歌曲“大家要Yo’self”。专辑包括“ 美丽的美国 ”的原始编曲,几年后他在2006年的“西翼 ”“ 明天 ” 系列结局中演出。”,他在马特·桑托斯(Matt Santos)总统就职典礼上亲自演唱。

2003年,马丁·斯科塞斯(Martin Scorsese)与包括凯布·莫(Keb’Mo’)在内的许多布鲁斯音乐家合作,制作了一系列名为《布鲁斯》的电影。发行之后,根据专辑发行了几张专辑,包括一些合辑,一些新的合作,Keb’Mo’发行了该专辑的一张专辑,其中包含从Keb’Mo’到The Door的少量现有录音。

2004年2月10日,他发行了Keep It Simple,并以当代布鲁斯风格再次获得了第三次格莱美奖。那年下半年,他发行了第六张录音室专辑《Peace … Back by Popular Demand》。

Moore于2006年6月13日发行了Suitcase,发行后的乐队包括贝斯的Reggie McBride,鼓的Les Falconer III,键盘的Jeff Paris和吉他的Clayton Gibb。

2009年10月20日,Keb’Mo’发行了现场专辑Live and Mo’。

在2010年的Crossroads吉他节上,Keb’Mo’与Stefan Grossman一起演奏了原声吉他,与Vince Gill,Albert Lee,James Burton,Earl Klugh和Sheryl Crow一起演奏了电吉他。他和当天大多数表演者一起进入了决赛。

2011年8月2日,Keb’Mo’发布了The Reflection。

Keb’Mo’在2012年2月21日的白宫活动中表演了“白宫的表演:红色,白色和蓝色”。 2012年2月24日,许多相同的表演者,包括Keb’Mo ,小加里·克拉克(Gary Clark Jr.),好友盖伊(Buddy Guy),沃伦·海恩斯(Warren Haynes),苏珊·特德斯基(Susan Tedeschi)和德里克·卡车(Derek Trucks)在纽约市阿波罗剧院举行的“霍林·休伯特(Howlin’for Hubert)”纪念音乐会上向休伯特·萨姆林(Hubert Sumlin)致敬。

在2013年Crossroads吉他节的第一天晚上,Keb’Mo’与Booker T. Jones,Steve Cropper,Blake Mills和Matt“ Guitar” Murphy进行了演出。Keb’Mo’之后与主持人Dan Aykroyd一起演唱了两首歌。在音乐节的第二晚,凯布·莫(Keb’Mo’)与泰姬·玛哈(Taj Mahal)进行了表演。

在2014年初,他获得了三项格莱美奖的最佳美国专辑(BLUESAmericana),最佳美国Roots表演奖(“ The Old Me Better”)和最佳非古典专辑(BLUESAmericana)。 5月,他与Metallica一起参加了诺基亚在MusicCare举办的第十届年度MAP基金收益音乐会,以表彰Ozzy Osbourne和Jeff Greenberg。 2014年10月,他在摇滚名人堂第19届年度音乐大师系列颁奖典礼上向Everly Brothers致敬,并在11月与Bonnie Raitt一同向Mavis Staples 致敬,格雷格·阿曼(Gregg Allman),泰姬·玛哈(Taj Mahal)和格蕾丝·波特(Grace Potter)在芝加哥礼堂剧院举行的庆祝斯台普斯一生和事业的活动,以纪念她75岁生日。也是在2014年末,他在杰克逊·布朗(Jackson Browne)致敬专辑《看着你:对杰克逊·布朗( Jackson Browne)的致敬》中出演。

2015年,他的专辑《BLUESAmericana》在布鲁斯音乐奖上获得了“当代布鲁斯专辑”类别。

自成立以来,他就一直支持慈善事业“ 为变革而奋斗”,最近与基思·理查兹(Keith Richards)演唱鲍勃·马利(Bob Marley)的“起床,站起来” 一起出现在视频中。他出现在6月17日发行的《为改变而战:世界各地的歌曲》的两首歌中。这张专辑有来自31个国家的180多位音乐家,包括基思·理查兹,萨拉·巴里莱斯,大卫·伊达尔戈,塞萨尔·罗萨斯和泰姬玛哈。他向美国慈善机构捐赠了BLUESAmericana的 5%。

2015年底,他参加了由巴拉克·奥巴马(Barack Obama)举办的一场特别音乐会,名为“庆祝美国创造力:白宫的表演”。它是在白宫东室拍摄和拍摄的。其他表演者包括Smokey Robinson,James Taylor,Buddy Guy,Latifah皇后乐队,Usher,Trombone Shorty,MC Lyte,Audra McDonald,Esperanza Spalding,Brian Stokes Mitchell和Carol Burnett。纪念成立50周年林登·约翰逊(Lyndon B. Johnson)通过《人文法》建立的国家艺术基金会。

Keb’Mo’ 在4月15日发行了现场专辑Keb’Mo’Live – Hot Pink Blues Album,属于Kind Blue Music / RED Distribution。

Keb’Mo’与Taj Mahal合作,于2017年5月5日发行了联合专辑TajMo。专辑有Bonnie Raitt,Joe Walsh,Sheila E.和Lizz Wright的客串演出,并且有六张原创专辑约翰·梅耶(John Mayer)和《谁》(The Who)等艺术家和乐队的作品和五种封面。该专辑获得了2018年格莱美最佳当代布鲁斯专辑奖。

2019年6月,Keb’Mo’发行了工作室专辑Oklahoma,来自Rosanne Cash,Jaci Velasquez,Robert Randolph和Taj Mahal的嘉宾贡献,并与Robbie Brooks Moore(他的妻子)进行了二重唱。

Keb’Mo’ 于2019年6月参加了格拉斯顿伯里音乐节,随后于2019年7月在英国和欧洲约会。

凯布·莫(Keb’Mo’)在2019年音乐家名人堂和博物馆音乐会及入场仪式上演出。

Keb’Mo’ 因在俄克拉荷马州获得2020年“最佳美国专辑” 格莱美奖。他是印度孟买2020 Mahindra Blues Festival的头条新闻之一。

Keb’Mo’使用多种类型的吉他,包括电吉他,原声吉他和共鸣器吉他。正如他在网站上所说的那样,他偏爱红色吉他:“我有红色吉他的历史。我的第一支电是红色吉他。” 他主要使用红色定制的Fender Stratocaster演奏,该演奏器具有两个单线圈拾音器和一个humbucker,并且与常规Stratocaster模型进行了很大的修改。在舞台上,他更喜欢带有Gibson P-100拾音器的红色Hamer吉他。他的两把电吉他在2010年纳什维尔的洪水中丢失了:Epiphone Sheraton和Danelectro Selectomatic。

他拥有各种原声和共鸣吉他,包括Gibson艺术家模型,James Goodall为他制作的吉他,National Style N,National Resorocket和带有P-90拾音器的Gibson ES-335形共鸣吉他。是他在纳什维尔俱乐部购买的,并且已经修复。

Kevin Roosevelt Moore (born October 3, 1951), known as Keb’ Mo’, is an American blues musician and five-time Grammy Award winner. He is a singer, guitarist, and songwriter, living in Nashville, Tennessee. He has been described as “a living link to the seminal Delta blues that travelled up the Mississippi River and across the expanse of America”. His post-modern blues style is influenced by many eras and genres, including folk, rock, jazz, pop and country. The moniker “Keb Mo” was coined by his original drummer, Quentin Dennard, and picked up by his record label as a “street talk” abbreviation of his given name.

Early life

From early on, Keb’ Mo’s parents, who were from Louisiana and Texas, instilled him with a great appreciation for the blues and gospel music. By adolescence, he was an accomplished guitarist.

Career

Keb’ Mo’ started his musical career playing the steel drums in a calypso band. He moved on to play in a variety of blues and backup bands throughout the 1970s and 1980s. He first started recording in the early 1970s with Jefferson Airplane violinist Papa John Creach through an R&B group. Creach hired him when Moore was 21 years old; Moore appeared on four of Creach’s albums: Filthy!, Playing My Fiddle for You, I’m the Fiddle Man and Rock Father. Keb’ Mo’s first gold record was received for a song, “Git Fiddler”, which he co-wrote with Papa John on Jefferson Starship’s Red Octopus. Red Octopus hit number one on the Billboard 200 in 1975.

Moore was also a staff writer for A&M Records, and arranged demos for Almo – Irving music. Keb’ Mo’s debut, Rainmaker, was released on Chocolate City Records, a subsidiary of Casablanca Records, in 1980. He was further immersed in the blues with his long stint in the Whodunit Band, headed by Bobby “Blue” Bland producer Monk Higgins. Moore jammed with Albert Collins and Big Joe Turner and emerged as an inheritor of a guarded tradition and as a genuine original.

Keb’ Mo’ has appeared on stage (1990–1993) in several versions of the musical Spunk, by George C. Wolfe, an adaptation of three short stories by Zora Neale Hurston. His character, Guitar Man, learned while he was an understudy to “Chick Streetman”, played all the actual music in the play while performing. The character of Guitar Man is the foundation for his stage persona.

In 1994, Keb’ Mo’ released his self-titled album, Keb’ Mo’, which featured two Robert Johnson covers, “Come On In My Kitchen” and “Kind Hearted Woman Blues”.In the Martin Scorsese miniseries The Blues, Keb’ Mo’ states that he was greatly influenced by Johnson. Keb’ was the runner-up for Best New Blues Artist at The Long Beach Blues Festival, where he was spotted by Steve LaVere, who owns the publishing for the entire Robert Johnson song catalogue (1992–93).

Keb’ Mo’s self-titled album was released on Okeh Records, a vintage revival division of Sony Music.

In 1996, he released Just Like You, his second album, which featured twelve songs full of Delta rhythms. He won his first Grammy Award for this album, which featured guest appearances from Jackson Browne and Bonnie Raitt.

On June 10, 1997, Moore performed on the television program Sessions at West 54th. He joined musicians Laval Belle on drums, Reggie McBride playing bass, and Joellen Friedkin on keyboards to perform fourteen songs, some from each of his albums. Blues pianist Dr. John also made a guest appearance. This session (known as Sessions at West 54th: Recorded Live in New York) was shown on television, but was not released as a DVD until late 2000.

In 1998, Moore was involved in the multi-artist project “Begegnungen (Encounter)” by German rock musician Peter Maffay. They performed together a new version of Mo’s “Am I Wrong” on the album and some more songs in the 30 concerts at the arena tour later the same year, documented on the live album Begenungen Live, released in early 1999. A further guest of Maffay at the Begegnungen album and tour was Sonny Landreth and many more artists from around the world.

Slow Down, his next album, was released in 1998 and featured twelve songs. It earned him a second Grammy Award. The album begins with the song “Muddy Water”, a tribute to Muddy Waters. It also features a song entitled “Rainmaker”, which had been released previously on his first album, eighteen years prior.

His fourth album, The Door, was released in 2000. The same year, Keb’ Mo’ released Big Wide Grin, a children’s album featuring many songs from Moore’s own childhood, along with some newer children’s songs and some by Moore himself. In 2001, he appeared on Sesame Street with Kermit the Frog, Grover, Elmo, and other muppets performing the song “Everybody Be Yo’self”. The album includes an original arrangement of “America the Beautiful”, which he performed years later on the 2006 series finale of The West Wing, “Tomorrow”, in which he appears as himself to perform the song at the inauguration of President Matt Santos.

In 2003, Martin Scorsese collaborated with many blues musicians including Keb’ Mo’ to put together a series of films entitled The Blues. Following its release, several albums were released in accordance, some were compilations, some new collaborations, and Keb’ Mo’ released an album in the series featuring a handful of existing recordings from Keb’ Mo’ to The Door.

On February 10, 2004, he released Keep It Simple which earned him a third Grammy Award, again in the contemporary blues genre. Later that year, he released his sixth studio album, Peace… Back by Popular Demand.

Moore released Suitcase, on June 13, 2006. His touring band following the release included Reggie McBride on bass, Les Falconer III on drums, Jeff Paris on keyboards, and Clayton Gibb on guitar.

On October 20, 2009, Keb’ Mo’ released the live album, Live and Mo’.

Keb’ Mo’ performing with Dan Aykroyd at the 2013 Crossroads Guitar Festival, April 12, 2013

At the 2010 Crossroads Guitar Festival, Keb’ Mo’ performed an acoustic set with Stefan Grossman and an electric set with Vince Gill, Albert Lee, James Burton, Earl Klugh and Sheryl Crow. He joined the finale with most of the day’s performers.

On August 2, 2011, Keb’ Mo’ released The Reflection.

Keb’ Mo’ performed at a White House event titled “In Performance at the White House: Red, White and Blues” on February 21, 2012. On February 24, 2012, many of the same performers, including Keb’ Mo, Gary Clark Jr., Buddy Guy, Warren Haynes, Susan Tedeschi and Derek Trucks, paid tribute to Hubert Sumlin at the “Howlin’ For Hubert” memorial concert at the Apollo Theater in New York City.

On the first night of the 2013 Crossroads Guitar Festival, Keb’ Mo’ performed a set with Booker T. Jones, Steve Cropper, Blake Mills and Matt “Guitar” Murphy. Keb’ Mo’ later performed two songs with emcee Dan Aykroyd. On the second night of the festival, Keb’ Mo’ performed with Taj Mahal.

In early 2014, he was nominated for three Grammy Awards for Best Americana Album (BLUESAmericana), Best American Roots Performance (“The Old Me Better”) and Best Engineered Album Non-Classical (BLUESAmericana). In May, he appeared alongside Metallica at MusicCare’ 10th Annual MAP Fund Benefit Concert at Nokia honoring Ozzy Osbourne and Jeff Greenberg. In October 2014 he honored the Everly Brothers, at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s 19th annual Music Masters Series, and in November he honored Mavis Staples alongside Bonnie Raitt, Gregg Allman, Taj Mahal and Grace Potter, at Chicago’s Auditorium Theatre for celebration of Staples’ life and career in honor of her 75th birthday. Also in late 2014 he was featured on a Jackson Browne tribute album, Looking into You: A Tribute to Jackson Browne.

In 2015, his album BLUESAmericana won the ‘Contemporary Blues Album’ category at the Blues Music Awards.

He has been supportive of charity Playing For Change since its inception and recently appeared in a video with Keith Richards’ singing Bob Marley’s “Get Up, Stand Up”. He appeared on two tracks from the Playing For Change: Songs Around The World that was released on June 17. The album had over 180 musicians from 31 countries, including Keith Richards, Sara Bareilles, David Hidalgo, Cesar Rosas, and Taj Mahal. He donates 5% of BLUESAmericana to the charity.

In late 2015, he performed at a special concert hosted by Barack Obama called “A Celebration of American Creativity: In Performance at the White House”. It was shot and filmed in the East Room of the White House. Other performers included Smokey Robinson, James Taylor, Buddy Guy, Queen Latifah, Usher, Trombone Shorty, MC Lyte, Audra McDonald, Esperanza Spalding, Brian Stokes Mitchell and Carol Burnett. It commemorated the 50th anniversary of the founding of Lyndon B. Johnson’s National Foundation on the Arts through the Humanities Act.

Keb’ Mo’ released a live album, Keb’ Mo’ Live – That Hot Pink Blues Album on April 15, on Kind of Blue Music/RED Distribution.

Keb’ Mo’ partnered up with Taj Mahal to release a joint album, TajMo, on May 5, 2017. The album has guest appearances by Bonnie Raitt, Joe Walsh, Sheila E., and Lizz Wright, and has six original compositions and five covers, from artists and bands like John Mayer and The Who. The album won the 2018 Grammy for Best Contemporary Blues Album.

Keb’ Mo’ performs in 2020.

In June 2019, Keb’ Mo’ released a studio album, Oklahoma, with guest contributions from Rosanne Cash, Jaci Velasquez, Robert Randolph, and Taj Mahal, with a duet with Robbie Brooks Moore (his wife).

Keb’ Mo’ played the Glastonbury Festival in June 2019 followed by UK and European dates in July 2019.

Keb’ Mo’ performed at the 2019 Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum concert and induction ceremony.

Keb’ Mo’ won the Grammy Award for “Best Americana Album” in 2020 for Oklahoma. He was one of the headliners at the 2020 Mahindra Blues Festival in Mumbai, India.

Keb’ Mo’ uses several types of guitars, including electric guitars, acoustic guitars and resonator guitars. He has a preference for red guitars, as he says on his website: “I have a history with red guitars. My first electric was a red guitar.” He mostly plays on a red custom Fender Stratocaster that features two single-coil pickups, and one humbucker and is much modified from a regular Stratocaster model. On stage, he prefers a red Hamer guitar with Gibson P-100 pickups. Two of his electric guitars were lost in the 2010 Nashville flood: an Epiphone Sheraton and a Danelectro Selectomatic.

He owns a variety of acoustic and resonator guitars, including a Gibson artist model, a guitar made for him by James Goodall, a National Style N, a National Resorocket, and a Gibson ES-335-shaped resonator guitar with a P-90 pickup that he purchased in a Nashville club and had repaired.

专辑列表:
1994 – Keb’ Mo’
1996 – Just Like You
1998 – Slow Down
2000 – The Door
2001 – Big Wide Grin
2003 – Martin Scorsese Presents The Blues
2004 – Keep It Simple
2004 – Peace…Back By Popular Demand
2006 – Suitcase
2009 – Live & Mo’
2011 – The Reflection
2014 – Bluesamericana
2016 – Live – That Hot Pink Blues Album (2CD)
2017 – Taj Mahal & Keb’ Mo’ – TajMo
2019 – Oklahoma
2019 – Moonlight, Mistletoe & You [24-88.2]

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