Dutch Tilders And The Blues Club - Live At The Station

Live Album on CD Released in 1993

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Live At The Station is a live album by Australian blues musician Dutch Tilders and The Blues Club, released in 1993 via Blues Club Records.

Dubbed the Godfather of Australian Blues, Dutch Tilders released his self-titled debut album in August 1972, after signing to Ron Tudor's Bootleg Records in September 1970 following his appearance on the talent show New Faces, where Tudor was one of the judges. With backing provided by members of Chain, and production by Brian Cadd, the album featured Tilders playing down-home Mississippi delta acoustic blues on one side, and on the other Chicago electric blues, which would later be described by journalist Ian McFarlane as "the man's mastery of the blues form". After signing to the independent label Eureka Records, Dutch Tilders went on to front The Elks, the Cyril ‘B’ Bunter Band and Mickey Finn, as well as working solo and touring with the likes of John MayallTaj MahalBrownie McGhee and Sonny Terry, and B.B. King

In 1986, Tilders formed Dutch Tilders & The Blues Club with Martin Cooper on lead guitar; Winston Galea on drums and Barry Hills on bass guitar. In 1990, Cooper left the Blues Club and was replaced by Geoff Achison on lead guitar. In April 1990 they issued an album, The Blues Is My Life, when it was noted Tilders' was able to display his "rough-edged voice and guitar, traditional blues from the darker side of life." -The Canberra Times, 1990

Live At the Station was recorded at a gig at the Station Tavern and Brewery in Prahran in January 1993, one of many during that time when the group played weekly shows there.  It features such classics as House Of The Rising Sun and Baby Please Don't Go and originals including Something To Work On and Outskirts Of Town.

In May 2012 Australian Guitar magazine listed Tilders in the top 40 on their Definitive Australian Guitarists of All Time.

Check out a couple of recordings. Baby Please Don't Go and Hey Babe.

This album is released on CD housed in a jewel case with fold-out insert, pressed in Australia via Blues Club Records.








Something To Work On



Hey Babe



Outskirts Of Town



Back To The City



House Of The Rising Sun



Good Morning Blues



Send Me Someone To Love



Baby Please Don’t Go



Careless Love



SKU 5021456019205
Record Label Blues Club Records
Label / Model # Independent
Catalogue Number BC0105CD
Country AU - Australia
Release Date (Year) 01 January 1993
Original Release Date (Year) 01 January 1993
Barcode # 5021456019205
Shipping Weight 0.0850kg
Shipping Width 0.010m
Shipping Height 0.125m
Shipping Length 0.142m
Shipping Cubic 0.000178000m3
Type New
Format Compact Disc, Jewel Case, Live Album Recorded in Januarry 1993, 9 Classic Live Tracks
Format CD
Genre Blues

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