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BEST BLUES ALBUMS

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Best Blues Albums...when you can't get enough...only the full album will do
5 years ago, April 5th 2014 No: 1 Msg: #180379  
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5 years ago, April 5th 2014 No: 2 Msg: #180380  
The Fabulous...an absolute classic...did I say fabulous?

MUDDY WATERS

"ELECTRIC MUD"

01 00:00 "I Just Want to Make Love to You"
02 04:17 "I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man"
03 09:07 "Let's Spend the Night Together"
04 12:15 "She's Alright"
05 18:44 "Mannish Boy"
06 22:31 "Herbert Harper's Free Press News"
07 27:06 "Tom Cat"
08 30:43 "The Same Thing"

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5 years ago, April 5th 2014 No: 3 Msg: #180381  
My favourite all time blues album

RORY GALLAGHER

"LIVE IN EUROPE"

Rory Gallagher Live in Europe Full Live Album. Released 1972.
00:00 01 - Messin' With The Kid
06:26 02 - Laundromat
11:38 03 - I Could've Had Religion
20:12 04 - Pistol Slapper Blues
22:59 05 - Going To My Home Town
28:52 06 - In Your Town
38:56 07 - What In The World
46:36 08 - Hoodoo Man
52:38 09 - Bullfrog Blues

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5 years ago, April 6th 2014 No: 4 Msg: #180382  
Time to party...time to party...hard

ZZ TOP

"GREATEST HITS"

Gimme All Your Loving' 0:00
Sharp Dressed Man 3:59
Rough Boy 8:12
Tush 13:04
My Head's in Mississippi 15:11
Pearl Necklace 19:40
I'm Bad, I'm Nationwide 23:46
Viva Las Vegas 28:32
Doubleback 33:18
Gun Love 37:14
Got Me Under Pressure 40:54
Give It Up 44:55
Cheap Sunglasses 48:25
Sleeping Bag 53:11
Planet of Women 57:14
La Grange 1:01:19
Tube Snake Boogie 1:05:12
Legs 1:08:16

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5 years ago, April 6th 2014 No: 5 Msg: #180383  
Birth of a prodigy...raw & gutsy talent squeezed out of every note...

JONNY LANG

"LIE TO ME"

00:00 01. "Lie to Me" (Bruce McCabe/David Z)
04:10 02. "Darker Side" (McCabe)
09:16 03. "Good Morning Little Schoolgirl" (Sonny Boy Williamson I)
13:31 04. "Still Wonder" (Kevin Bowe)
17:16 05. "Matchbox" (Ike Turner)
20:45 06. "Back for a Taste of Your Love" (Syl Johnson/Darryl Carter/Brenda Johnson)
24:17 07. "A Quitter Never Wins" (Tinsley Ellis/Margaret Simpson)
30:13 08. "Hit the Ground Running" (Michael Lunn/Jeff Silbar)
33:44 09. "Rack 'Em Up" (McCabe)
37:51 10. "When I Come to You" (Jonny Lang/Dennis Morgan)
42:48 11. "There's Gotta Be a Change" (Gwendolyn Collins)
46:59 12. "Missing Your Love" (Lang/Morgan



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5 years ago, April 6th 2014 No: 6 Msg: #180384  
The band that started my passion for blues...heard their version of Little Red Rooster...never came back down

THE ROLLING STONES

"PLAYING THE BLUES"

01. Fancy Man Blues
02. Can't Be Satisfied
03. Brand New Car
04. Jump On Top Of Me
05. Honest I Do
06. The Spider And The Fly
07. Honest Man
08. Still A Fool ( Keith Richards & Hubert Sumlin )
09. When You're Gone
10. Back Of My Hand
11. Keep Up Blues
12. So Young ( Piano Version )
13. Wish I'd Never Met You
14. Well Well
15. The Storm
16. Cook Cook Blues
17. I'm Gonna Drive
18. Little Baby
19. Mean Disposition
20. Extreme Western Grip
21. Little Red Rooster ( Keith Richards & James Cotton )
22. Spoonful ( Keith Richards & Eric Clapton )

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5 years ago, April 6th 2014 No: 7 Msg: #180385  
He sings "Nobody loves me like I love myself"...but I do...possibly my favourite guitarist

Saw him front row twice at Great Southern Blues Festival in Narooma NSW in Oct 2013...gonna be front row when "4 Blues Rockers in a Tub" see him in the Caribbean in Jan 2015

POPA CHUBBY - LIVE

00:00 - You Got To Love Somebody
08:35 - Real Thing
17:00 - Caffeine & Nicotine
28:45 - Nobody Loves Me Like I Love Myself
39:35 - Sweet Godess Of Love And Beer

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5 years ago, May 22nd 2014 No: 8 Msg: #181886  
GARY MOORE

"LIVE BLUES- ONLY THE BEST SOLOS"

Kicking off with The Sky is Crying...sit back and be blessed with the best

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4 years ago, February 28th 2015 No: 9 Msg: #189016  
MICHAEL COUGHLAN from Canada.

Critical acclaim for Michael Coughlan's 'The Sixth Avenue Verses':

"Coughlan's debut album is just the tonic for those - like me - who miss the mature, fully realised singer/songwriter recordings of icons like Neil Young, Leonard Cohen, and Warren Zevon. Hard to believe that in this era of over-produced, unemotional pop that we used to take recordings by these masters for granted. Coughlan reminds us of better days as he takes us into the future." - Mark Rheaume, CBC Radio.

1. Sad Sung Hero 0:00
2. The Sun is Sinking 5:15
3. Dead Air 9:26 (my favourite track)
4. World Without End 14:16
5. Fifty Sad Songs 18:31
6. Means Crossed with Ends 21:26
7. The Schuler Song 27:05
8. Minninaweh (In Praise of Rawhide) 30:01
9. Medicine Hat Approximately 31:57




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4 years ago, August 12th 2015 No: 10 Msg: #192525  
J.J. Cale, Naturally.

Every song is one of my favorites.
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4 years ago, August 15th 2015 No: 11 Msg: #192600  
In response to: Msg #192525

Gotta agree Karen.

You should try to hear Eric Clapton & Friends tribute album to JJ Cale..."The Breeze: An Appreciation of JJ Cale"...all of the top tracks of JJ Cale played with authenticity and respect...simply brilliant. Reply to this

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