I've heard of Alexis Korner for years -- particularly with his association with the Stones and other British Invasion blues-influenced musicians -- but only have a handful of recordings of his and I'm afraid I don't get his appeal. I have the R&B From The Marquee album, which is a really good representation of early '60s British blues. However, I don't listen to it often. I also have an album by Rocket 88 (a boogie-woogie band put together by Charlie Watts and Ian Stewart of the Stones), which features Korner on vocals and guitar on at least one song but his hoarse singing and trebly guitar playing are also unlistenable to me. I looked up his cover of The Stones' "Get Off My Cloud" (featuring Keef on guitar) and couldn't get into it. Anyone here familiar with Alexis Korner's discography? If so, are there any recordings I'm missing to get a sense of why he was so revered in the British blues scene? I guess I want to give his music a fair chance before deciding that it's not my thing. Thanks!