Dave Manoucheri: Got His Mojo Workin’ in Sharkey’s Treehouse

Dave Manoucheri Plays Sharkey’s Treehouse at The Rink Studios

Dave Manoucheri

“I feel like everybody has this misconception of the blues. Blues is like livin’ it in the past as we’re livin’ it today and as I hope we’re gonna live it in the future.” BB King

In this episode (#2) Dave Manoucheri sits down with Sharkey at The Rink Studios. Dave is a guitarist who’s influences are Blues legends including Eric Clapton, Buddy Guy, Muddy Waters, BB King, Robert Johnson, and Stevie Ray Vaughan among others. We talk about the Blues, its influence, and so much more.

Dave has been working on new original material and unleashes it here. These songs are less about the blues and more folk.

Song List

Sunrise
Barefoot in the Rain
Down the Track
DAVE PLAYS – EXAMPLES OF VARIATIONS OF “CROSSROADS” BY INTERPRETATIONS: ROBERT JOHNSON, CREAM
The Last Thing
Chasing Shadows
Original Sin
How Much More
Got My Mojo Workin’ (Muddy Waters)

Links

Dave Manoucheri (iTunes)

The Blind Leading the Blind

How Much More

When the Morning Comes

Ain’t Got No Time Blues & Rock Band

Mentions

ERIC CLAPTON

MUDDY WATERS

BB KING — “COMPLETELY WELL” ALBUM; AND “LIVE AT THE REGAL” ALBUM

GINGER BAKER/ERIC CLAPTON IN BLIND FAITH “DO WHAT YOU LIKE”

THE DISCOVERY OF TUNING TO A CHORD

KNEBWORTH (ENGLAND) CONCERT MTV

ELMORE JAMES “MUST HAVE DONE SOMEBODY WRONG”

THE ALLMAN BROTHERS: LIVE AT THE FILMORE “THE WHIPPING POST”

STEVIE RAY VAUGHAN

ALBERT KING

HOWLIN’ WOLF

BUDDY GUY

CROSSROADS FESTIVAL

LEON BRIDGES

ALBUMS — BEHIND THE SUN; ERIC CLAPTON; SONG “LIKE A PRISONER”

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