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Killer Diller Blues
Alabama Shakes Lyrics


We have lyrics for 'Killer Diller Blues' by these artists:

Memphis Minnie These are the lyrics as I transcribed them from the…

We have lyrics for these tracks by Alabama Shakes:

Always Alright Well you come upstairs but not to talk You stay a…
Be Mine All the world can't hold a candle to you 'Cause all…
Boys Oh why can't we be Best friends anymore? They say a friend A…
Boys And Girls Oh why can't we be Best friends anymore? They say a friend…
Don My life, your life Don't cross them lines What you like, w…
Don't Wanna Fight Ooh, my line, your line Don't cross them lines What you like…
Driva Man Driva man, he made a life But the Mamie ain't his…
Dunes Somewhere over the dunes, love I walked, I wept Enough I tur…
Future People Some want to see Those who've gone above Friends that they'v…
Gemini On a planet not so far away We were born together In…
Gimme All Your Love So much is going on But you can always come around Why…
Goin' to the Party The night's good when you feel like a child And when…
Goin’ to the Party The night's good when you feel like a child And when…
Guess Who I can't tell you how I feel, but I do Those…
Hang Loose Don't worry, sweet baby Don't you ever worry about a thing P…
Heartbreaker How was I supposed to know he was a heartbreaker I…
Heavy Chevy He asked me not to go so fast Slow your road…
Hold On Bless my heart Bless my soul Didn't think I'd make it to…
I Ain't the Same Well I've been going through the motions Wonder if anyone ca…
I Ain’t the Same Well I've been going through the motions Wonder if anyone c…
I Found You This isn't sometimes Yeah it's for always If I'm gonna love …
Killer Diller Blues - Music from The American Epic Sessions Well, the ugliest lil' thing you ever see before He didn't…
Miss You I'm gonna miss you And your Mickey Mouse tattoo And you'll b…
On Your Way On your way to God, Did you think of me? On your…
Over My Head I'm in over my head, I don't think of you As…
Rise to the Sun All I believe in is a dream I haunt the Earth…
Shoegaze Can't wait for night to come That's when the fun really…
Sound & Color A new world hangs outside the window Beautiful and strange I…
The Greatest Check this out And a five, six, seven, eight Well I never…
This Feeling I just kept hoping, I just kept hoping The way would…
You Ain't Alone You ain't alone, so why are you lonely? There you go…
You Ain’t Alone You ain't alone, so why are you lonely? There you go…

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PJ Riverdale

Her voice, which is perfectly fine especially for the material this band does, is one in which early equipment finds hard to capture due to her timbre and range.
That said, the 1920s W/E system used here captures everything quite nicely.
The limitations of the microphone frequency range favor a different vocal range. Early microphones are not that far removed from telephone elements which even today are not high fidelity units.
Considering the other parts of the recording/ reproduction chain as exsisted 90 years ago, this would be seen as a quantum leap over acoustic based recording.
Most of the advances in electronic recording technology until 1948 were overshadowed by the problem of surface noise in the type of material used for discs. The limited range and power of early public address systems designed to be used in a 3000 seat theater plus the loudspeaker limitations of the time would dictate certain compromises at the recording point. Until the advent of the 33 1/3 and 45 rpm formats, albeit an increasingly small number of people were still listening to non electric powered phonographs that could play the 78rpm "shellac" discs of the time.
Even if one could have pushed the recording process above the 8K range threshold, technologically everything else forward to the eventual audience would have had to improve range directly in proportion to the source material range.
For whatever reason, wartime constraints nowithstanding, audio reproduction technology lagged behind what could be done in the recording process.
In just one example, stereophonic recording was demonstrated in the 1930's, yet no phonograph or audio amplifier exsisted outside of the laboratories to exploit the advance.
Disney's 1941 "Fantasia" utilised a multitrack soundtrack for which only a few first run theaters installed the equipment required to experience it's original sonic vision.
Prior to the postwar era, the "Mad Rush" of technology didn't exist.
So much of what one could experience aurially was " good enough" especially as only a few had any point of reference regarding alternatives to what had been in existence to that point.
Moreover, the average listener would have been hard pressed to discern any real difference between a disc made in 1925 and one from 1945, all things being equal as to material style and reproduction qualities.
The advent of magnetic tape, first developed in Germany during World War II, raised the dynamic range at the recording process while vinyl and the microgroove disc processes improved reproduction for the end user/ listener.
Accordingly, studio equipment technology would continue to improve in an attempt to provide the most realistic reproduction of sound.
Well recorded electronic direct- to-disc performances of the 19 30's and 1940's still sound good with none or minimal restoration assuming the masters have not been subjected to various attempts to " improve" the original material sonically.
This project shows that the W/E system got an amazing amount right on the first time.
In the show, they touch on the restoration of the amplifier stage of the equipment, but do not go into great detail as far if any compromises were made in the circuit restoration to work around obsolete components.
Only the most die hard purist would want to record using this equipment and the rooms used.
The project gives a glimpse into the pre tape and pre digital time when every take was a fully realized performance when the light came on.



All comments from YouTube:

João Estrela

jack white simply adopted music and now he's it's father.

Totally Legal Alien

*its

Victor

more of a custodian cause no one else is stepping up to the plate.

mfnd502

João Estrela, no doubt. He has reached a place, after years of hard work, where he can do whatever the hell he wants. He is a bluesman at heart and I cant wait to watch this series.

Gail Remp

OMG. Jack White and Alabama Shakes doing this incredible music on the system. And 10 people didn't like it? God help them. Or as we say down south bless your heart

Henok Kidane

Man Brittany Howard has an amazing voice. Sounds like something right out of the golden years of blues-rock.

Brandon Neumann

@Guaguanco Y. Cubop Amen Brotha!

Guaguanco Y. Cubop

@Brandon Neumann ..u aint lying brotha. Every time i see or hear her thats the first thing that comes to mind. And recording in that studio with that recording system makes it even better right!

Brandon Neumann

She basically is Sister Rosetta Tharpe reincarnated haha

Bmusic TV – Live Music Sessions & Interviews

it's in the delivery as much as the technology. Really classic sounding. Love it!

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