blues rock

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    Luther Allison

    An innovative but lesser known blues singer and guitarist, Luther Allison was born in Widener, Arkansas on 17 August 1937. He moved to Chicago in the early 1950s, making his first recordings for Delmark in 1967, with a full album in 1969. In the 1970s, he was one of few blues artists to record...
  2. MTPoteet

    " Slippin' Away From Me" Let Me Know What You Think......Again

    Once more, I'm not a song writer or recording engineer, but occasionally I come up with a little instrumental (not a lyricist or singer either) and record it on garage band. When I was doing this one, my wife's Uncle was dying, her Aunt called and when I answered the phone she said "I think my...
  3. MTPoteet

    Let me know what you think....

    Please listen through the intro. Here's a snappy little tune I came up with recorded with a T style kit I built last year. Straight into Boss eBand JS-10 with no effects, then into Garage Band also with no effects. Let me know what you think Thanks, enjoy.
  4. MTPoteet

    Let Me Know What You Think.....Again

    My wife makes Chocolate Chip Pancakes every Sunday, so...... I think I came up with the rhythm part to this first and worked around that. The harmonies are all by accident, as they usually are in my stuff. Anyway, let me know what you think. Your opinions are appreciated.
  5. MTPoteet

    Check it out! Let me know what you think.

    I hope this is in the correct forum, if not please advise and do what's necessary. Not really a song writer, but I'm trying. Always have trouble coming up with a third part. Let me know what you think.
  6. TokyoPortrait

    Stay All Night - Black Keys

    Hi. Just noticed that the Black Keys added this video the other day. Might be my fav song off Delta Kream. Pax/ Dean
  7. Heavy Formvar

    Bands that still made good music after their "golden era"?

    I remember most of the classic rock bands from the late 60s and 70s lost their direction in the 80s and their music became worse... Is there a pop/rock band (or artist) that still made good music after his/her/their golden era and didnt try to adapt to modern music? Just a Covid question, I...