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Hugh Laurie’s Blues Changes // BBC Radio 2

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    Hugh Laurie’s Blues Changes // BBC Radio 2

    BBC - Media Centre - Programme Information - Hugh Laurie's Blues Changes

    He’s a big House advocate, but for his first series for BBC Radio 2 actor, comedian and musician Hugh Laurie examines the blues.

    Examining the way in which the blues has influenced all the types of popular music that we listen to today, each week Hugh will be playing a song with his acclaimed Copper Bottom Band and using that as a starting point from which to explore the permutations and permeations of the music that he loves.
    Launching the series, Hugh plays and sings Alan Price's 'Changes', written in 1973 for the Lindsay Anderson film O Lucky Man and explains how that links a First World War protest song, a Presbyterian hymn and a Nashville country instrumental before going on to look at the evolution of the blues itself.
    Starting with the primitive country blues of Robert Johnson and Charley Patton, he traces the changes in the music through the electric Chicago period of Muddy Waters and Howlin' Wolf, the soul and rock influences of the 1960s to the blues as we know it today.
    A performance film accompanying the series can be seen on the BBC's Red Button service.

    Presenter/ Hugh Laurie, Producer/ Mark Hagen for the BBC

    BBC Radio 2 Publicity


    Monday 23 September
    10.00-11.00pm
    BBC RADIO 2

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    Hugh Laurie’s Blues Changes // BBC Radio 2

    BBC - Media Centre - Programme Information - Hugh Laurie's Blues Changes

    He’s a big House advocate, but for his first series for BBC Radio 2 actor, comedian and musician Hugh Laurie examines the blues.

    Examining the way in which the blues has influenced all the types of popular music that we listen to today, each week Hugh will be playing a song with his acclaimed Copper Bottom Band and using that as a starting point from which to explore the permutations and permeations of the music that he loves.
    Launching the series, Hugh plays and sings Alan Price's 'Changes', written in 1973 for the Lindsay Anderson film O Lucky Man and explains how that links a First World War protest song, a Presbyterian hymn and a Nashville country instrumental before going on to look at the evolution of the blues itself.
    Starting with the primitive country blues of Robert Johnson and Charley Patton, he traces the changes in the music through the electric Chicago period of Muddy Waters and Howlin' Wolf, the soul and rock influences of the 1960s to the blues as we know it today.
    A performance film accompanying the series can be seen on the BBC's Red Button service.

    Presenter/ Hugh Laurie, Producer/ Mark Hagen for the BBC

    BBC Radio 2 Publicity


    Monday 23 September
    10.00-11.00pm
    BBC RADIO 2

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    Hugh Laurie - Blues Changes - Full Session

    Hugh Laurie examines the way in which the blues has influenced pop music

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    Hugh Laurie - Blues Changes - Full Session

    Hugh Laurie examines the way in which the blues has influenced pop music

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    Hugh Laurie - Blues Changes - Episode 1: The Blues

    The Blues
    (Episode 1 of 6)

    Hugh Laurie presents this new series in which he examines the ways in which the blues has influenced all the types of popular music that we listen to today. Each week he'll be playing a song with his acclaimed Copper Bottom Band and using that as a starting point from which to explore the permutations and permeations of the music that he loves. Launching the series, Hugh plays and sings Alan Price's "Changes", written in 1973 for the Lindsay Anderson film "O Lucky Man" and explains how that links a World War 1 protest song, a Presbyterian hymn and a Nashville country instrumental before going on to look at the evolution of the blues itself. Starting with the primitive country blues of Robert Johnson and Charley Patton, Laurie traces the changes in the music through the electric Chicago period of Muddy Waters and Howlin' Wolf, the soul and rock influences of the 1960s to the blues as we know it today.
    Ich hab es etwas gekürzt damit es nicht zu langweilig wird. Nur die Songs angespielt und was Hugh dazu zu sagen hat.

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    Hugh Laurie - Blues Changes - Episode 1: The Blues

    The Blues
    (Episode 1 of 6)

    Hugh Laurie presents this new series in which he examines the ways in which the blues has influenced all the types of popular music that we listen to today. Each week he'll be playing a song with his acclaimed Copper Bottom Band and using that as a starting point from which to explore the permutations and permeations of the music that he loves. Launching the series, Hugh plays and sings Alan Price's "Changes", written in 1973 for the Lindsay Anderson film "O Lucky Man" and explains how that links a World War 1 protest song, a Presbyterian hymn and a Nashville country instrumental before going on to look at the evolution of the blues itself. Starting with the primitive country blues of Robert Johnson and Charley Patton, Laurie traces the changes in the music through the electric Chicago period of Muddy Waters and Howlin' Wolf, the soul and rock influences of the 1960s to the blues as we know it today.
    Ich hab es etwas gekürzt damit es nicht zu langweilig wird. Nur die Songs angespielt und was Hugh dazu zu sagen hat.

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    Hugh Laurie - Blues Changes - Episode 2: Rock 'n' Roll


    Rock 'n' Roll
    (Episode 2 of 6)
    This week, Hugh plays and sings "Mystery Train" and traces its roots back to an Elizabethan folk ballad and an early 20th century country song before looking at how its influenced the world of rock'n'roll, with music from Elvis Presley, Bruce Springsteen, Lonnie Donegan, Led Zeppelin and more.
    Wieder die gekürzte Fassung.

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    Hugh Laurie - Blues Changes - Episode 2: Rock 'n' Roll


    Rock 'n' Roll
    (Episode 2 of 6)
    This week, Hugh plays and sings "Mystery Train" and traces its roots back to an Elizabethan folk ballad and an early 20th century country song before looking at how its influenced the world of rock'n'roll, with music from Elvis Presley, Bruce Springsteen, Lonnie Donegan, Led Zeppelin and more.
    Wieder die gekürzte Fassung.

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    Hugh Laurie - Blues Changes - Episode3: Soul & Hip Hop

    Soul & Hip Hop
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    This week, Hugh plays and sings "Stagger Lee", explaining its roots in a real 19th century murder. That starts a complicated trail of gossip, political scandal, and folk lore which leads through the music of James Brown, Lloyd Price, The Clash, Ma Rainey, Louis Armstrong, Sir Mix-A-Lot and Kanye West to show how the spirit of Stagger Lee still influences the soul and hip hop that we listen to today.

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    Hugh Laurie - Blues Changes - Episode3: Soul & Hip Hop

    Soul & Hip Hop
    (Episode 3 of 6)

    This week, Hugh plays and sings "Stagger Lee", explaining its roots in a real 19th century murder. That starts a complicated trail of gossip, political scandal, and folk lore which leads through the music of James Brown, Lloyd Price, The Clash, Ma Rainey, Louis Armstrong, Sir Mix-A-Lot and Kanye West to show how the spirit of Stagger Lee still influences the soul and hip hop that we listen to today.

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    Hugh Laurie - Blues Changes - Episode 4: Jazz

    Jazz
    (Episode 4 of 6)
    This week, Hugh plays and sings "One For My Baby (And One More For The Road)", and looks at the blues strain in jazz music, illustrated with music from Miles Davis, Kid Ory, Duke Ellington and more.

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    Hugh Laurie - Blues Changes - Episode 4: Jazz

    Jazz
    (Episode 4 of 6)
    This week, Hugh plays and sings "One For My Baby (And One More For The Road)", and looks at the blues strain in jazz music, illustrated with music from Miles Davis, Kid Ory, Duke Ellington and more.

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