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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by bfloyd6969, Sep 28, 2011.
How the hell do you keep that beat going.
+1 on Jon Spencer Blues Explosion. They had that raunchy heavy blues thing going well before the White Stripes or the Black Keys came along. Spencer also had this kinda Elvis-on-steroids thing going, which was awesome. R.L. Burnside was on a few of their tracks as well, at least on the "Now I Got Worry" album.
Wow! Lotsa great stuff here, thanks all. Really diggin' them Black Keys vids and John Spencer Blues Explosion.
Don't Say I Didn't Warn You!!!
Johnny Winter's Progressive Blues Experience is the bomb.
"warm my weiner"?
Thanks for all those acoustic single bluesmen. They have something thats lost when you add bass and drums...
We never had that cind of music in sweden...
We have the next electrified phase....muddy waters, jonny winter, but something is lost and they start to sound more like every other bluesplayer.
This guy right here!http://www.paulfilipowicz.com/
Charles Caldwell - pretty dirty, look up some more.
Yes this is as raw as they come! I had that cd for at least 5 years now... T model ford too! I recommended Paul Filipowicz before but that is not as raw and its a different type of raw blues.
I saw JSBX on tour this year and I'll bet fewer than 100 people showed up. I was front row the whole time. Awesome sounds coming out of some crap equipment.
Jack White stuff
Ha, I'd meant to mention him earlier, too. He's local and fantastic, as is Paul Black.
Paul Black is a monster.
Yep Mike. I count myself very lucky for having seen him live a bunch of times. He used to hang with Sonny Landreth and it's obvious they learned some stuff from each other.