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6 badass blues tracks your Dad should've mentioned...got any more?!?

Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by holdonphoton, Dec 11, 2013.

  1. holdonphoton

    holdonphoton Tele-Holic

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    Love those Freddie King vids esetter. Thanks to Maxwell Street again for more RL Burnside. I heard this next one on XM this morning and even though it's a little more R&B than blues I thought you guys needed to hear it anyway.

     

  2. holdonphoton

    holdonphoton Tele-Holic

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    Can't remember if I posted this already...

    If so...I'm not sorry at all. It's worth another listen!

     

  3. Telesavalis

    Telesavalis Friend of Leo's

    Albert Collins ...just about everything.
     

  4. holdonphoton

    holdonphoton Tele-Holic

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    This thread ain't dead!

    I assume future generations and civilizations will find this thread deep in the ones and zeroes and continue to add to it. For now, I leave you all with this fitting coda:

     
    Last edited: Feb 26, 2014

  5. stephent2

    stephent2 Poster Extraordinaire

    Jun 22, 2003
    Georgia/Minnesota
    Great clips you'all. Glad to see Sean Costello's vids in this thread.

    Sean told me about JB Lenoir's "Vietnam Blues", which has got to be one of the greatest blues albums of the century. He played a bunch of JB's stuff.

    I could watch this clip over and over. How about Fred Below on drums!



    and,..

     

  6. holdonphoton

    holdonphoton Tele-Holic

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  7. EL Mike

    EL Mike Tele-Meister

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    I've been looking for a chance to turn you guys/ladies onto Hollywood Fats aka Michael Mann. So, check this out. There's more stuff with him and James Harmon on youtube. I'm from L.A. and had the fortune to see them numerous times before he died. Great music. West coast jump blues.

    This was transferred from a VHS tape so the first 20 seconds are kinda screwed.

     

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