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Topic: Reposted news: Few Years ago.... Return to archive
04-10-02 09:38 AM
VoodooChileInWOnderl NOt news at all as it was 40 years ago but a great reminder! Thanks Voja


Voja Posted 04-06-02 02:20 PM http://novogate.com/board/968/64571-1.html

1962
7th... During an Alexis Korner gig at Ealing Jazz Club, Mick Jagger and Keith Richard first hear blues guitarist ‘Elmo Lewis’, and later discover his name is really Lewis Brian Jones. The trio will become the core of the Rolling Stones.
Keith Richards: "It was my first trip into the big town just to have some fun. It was a revelation because it was a small joint and the band was cooking – it was Alexis Korner's Blues Incorporated, with Jack Bruce on bass, Charles Watts on drums, Alexis on guitar, Cyril Davies on harmonica. Long John Baldry was there, also Ian Stewart, and Brian Jones played some Elmore James shit that was sheerly electrifying, absolutely amazing. I was hooked from that minute on."
04-10-02 10:55 AM
Honky Tonker Long live Elmo Lewis!


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