Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown
Waterfront Blues Festival
Tom McCall Waterfront Park
Portland OR,
July 07, 2002

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01. Instrumental
02. Strange Things Happen
03. Guitar In My Hand
04. Unchained Melody
05. Honey Boy
06. Sunrise Cajun Style
07. What A Shame
08. Take The "A" Train
09. Front Burner
10. Unknown

Time: 73:03
Size: 485 MB

Personnel -

Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown
Guitar, Vocal

with Gate's Express:

Harold Floyd - Bass
Joe Krown - Keyboards
David Peters - Drums
Eric Demmer - Alto Sax
Barney Floyd - Trumpet

Festival Notes: The Waterfront Blues Festival, currently in its 18th year, is
the largest blues festival on the West Coast and the second largest blues
festival in the nation. Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown, Ike Turner & the Kings of
Rhythm, Ruth Brown, John Mayall, Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Al Kooper and Michelle
Shocked highlighted the eclectic lineup of more than 80 blues artists that
performed for five days in 2002. The festival, held from 5 to 10 pm July 3,
noon to 10 pm July 4, 5 and 6, and from noon to 9 pm July 7, attracted 120,000
fans, who donated more than $310,000 and more than 115,000 pounds of food to the
Oregon Food Bank (sugg. don. was $5 and 2 cans of food). In addition, the Oregon
Potters Association raised more than $21,200 through its Empty Bowls project.
More than 1,100 volunteers helped run the festival. Gate closed the festival on
that Sunday night with this burning set, played from about 8:00 to 9:10 pm.

(Marcia Ball, Tommy Castro, WC Clark,
Deborah Coleman, Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe,
Harp Blow-Off, Honeyboy Edwards,
Jimmy T-99 Nelson with Duke Robillard,
Kelly Joe Phelps Trio, Queen Ida,
Reel Blues Film Series,
Howard Tate and The Uptown Horns,
Melvin Taylor, Jimmy Thackery,
and The Radiators also played at the 2002 festival)