"Opening: I Can't Turn You Loose" as written by and Otis Redding....
Good evening ladies and gentlemen and welcome to the Universal Amphitheatre
Well here it is, the late nineteen seventies, going on 1985
You know so much of the music we here today is preprogrammed electronic disco
You never get a chance to hear master bluesmen practicing their craft anymore
By the year 2006 the music known today as the blues will exist only in the classical records department in your local public library
So tonight, ladies and gentlemen
While we still can let us welcome from Rock Island Illinois
The blues music from Elliot Jake and Elwood Blue, the Blues Brothers


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"Opening: I Can't Turn You Loose" as written by Otis Redding

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