Two More Bottles Of Wine 8. One Of These Days But then that's what you'd expect from a master. His inherent musicality, impeccable timing and seemingly limitless bag of ideas have left those lucky enough to hear him even luckier those that have seen him in person dumbfounded.
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Live at FIP and Wild. The CD is the sister title to a DVD, too, and while the release may show every sign of being a souvenir of the video, or a thrown-together hodgepodge, it isn't at all. Chubby 's known for his blistering live sets, but this collection takes a risk by having a gradual dramatic arc, starting slowly with a slinky version of "Hey Joe" and working its way up to the frenzied "Keep on the Sunny Side" and "Time Is Killing Me" consider the solo performance of "How'd a White Boy Get the Blues," a gutsy encore. What's fascinating for returning Chubby fans is that these shows come from and , and the bitter political muse summoned for 's Peace, Love and Respect was not a major factor yet.
Popa Chubby, born Ted Horowitz, has been hard rocking the blues in his fierce and soulful way for more than 25 years. Over the course of a career that dates back to , he has been a force to be reckoned with on the guitar, and his tempestuous, soulful playing has never been more powerful. His career has always been about moving forward and carving a place for himself in the imposing terrain of the music business, overcoming odds to continue growing and maturing as a creative force. He has built a constantly increasing base of fans across the world, where in many territories he is a star.
Life and career[ edit ] Popa Chubby live at Leverkusener Jazztage At age thirteen Horowitz began playing drums ; shortly thereafter, he began listening to the music of the Rolling Stones and started playing guitar. Although he grew up in the s, Horowitz was influenced by artists of the s, including Jimi Hendrix and Cream , among others. In his early twenties, although he mainly played blues music, he also worked as backing for punk rock poet Richard Hell. Horowitz played more than club dates a year through the s. The disc turned out to be a slight departure from Horowitz's usual musical direction, incorporating elements of contemporary pop and hip-hop.