With old and original instruments, I try to recreate (and not to reproduce) the sound and spirit of the first blues, from 1920 to 1950, with my son Gilles bringing a rock turning point. I am sometimes accompagnied by harp, mandoline, piano, bass and drums…









 
For a free listening of the legendary Saturday Night Rub (Trophée France Blues) with Big Dave, Lazy Horse et Willie Wuff Maze, click here.





WITH GILLES D., SCOTCH NO SODA, MARIELLA DEBILLE AND ALAJOS VAN PETEGHEM - STOP BREAKING DOWN (ROBERT JOHNSON)



WITH GILLES D. AND SCOTCH NO SODA - TERRAPLANE BLUES (ROBERT JOHNSON)



WITH GILLES D., SCOTCH NO SODA, MARIELLA DEBILLE AND ALAJOS VAN PETEGHEM - LET'S WORK TOGETHER (WILBERT HARRISON)



WITH GILLES D. AND SCOTCH NO SODA - SPOONFUL (HOWLIN' WOLF)

 
Billets d’un chanteur wallon
1. Mon petit pronostic post-électoral…


Bohemian parlour around 1920-1930 (Schönbach?)
This all solid wood birch flatop guitar looks like the H929, “sunburst, vertical faux flame”, produced from 1945 to 1970…


Gilles Stella H929 or H929 ¾ (1965)
This all solid wood birch flatop guitar looks like the H929, “sunburst, vertical faux flame”, produced from 1945 to 1970…


Stella Harmony H912 n° 2 (1964-1968)?
Like the Stella Harmony H912 n° 1, I bought this guitar in the seventies or eighties to Subway Guitars (1800 Cedar Street, Berkeley, USA). It shows the same problem…


Stella Harmony H912 n° 1 (1964-1968)?
I bought this guitar in the seventies or eighties to Subway Guitars (1800 Cedar Street, Berkeley, USA)… and it is a part of the problem…


Levin Model 60 1945
I bought this very cool parlour guitar through the famous Reverb site to Archtop Heroes, “private seller enthusiast in London with large collection of European and US archtops”…
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