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  • Stevie Ray Vaughan, Texas Flood,

    5:22

    Stevie Ray Vaughan, Texas Flood,

  • Freddie King - I Just Want To Make Love To You

    6:52

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    Freddie King:
    Freddie was born in Gilmer Texas on September 3 1934 with the given name of Fred King to Ella Mae King and J.T. Christian. My father's mother told him that her grandfather ( who was a full-blooded Choctaw Indian) prophesied to her that she would have a child that will stir the souls of millions and inspire and influence generations. My grandmother and her brother Leon played the guitar. Freddie's mother recognized early her first born interest in music. She and her brother Leon began teaching him to play rural country blues at the age of six. His early music heroes were Sam Lightnin Hopkins (who he credits his proficiency of the down home thumb-finger picken style) and Louis Jordan (the jump blues saxophonist). He told me that he would play Jordan's record over and over again until he could match his horn, note for note. This discipline would have a major impact on his phrasing.

    His first guitar was a silvertone acoustic. His most prized guitar at that time was his Roy Roger acoustic. In a interview years later he recalled going to the general store to order it. The store owner asked him if his mother knew he was trying to order a guitar on her store account. Freddie replied no. The store owner told him to get permission. His mother said no. She told him, if you want a new guitar you will have to work for it. He stated that he picked cotton just long enough to earn the money to purchase a Roger's guitar.

    By 1949 three of Freddie's uncles, Felix , Leonard and Willie King had already moved to Chicago. They were earning good money working in the steel mill. Ella now married to Ben Turner saw opportunity for her family in Chicago. Freddie's father J.T. didn't want Freddie to go to Chicago, He wanted Freddie to finish high school and go to college in Texas like some of his family. J.T.'s sister Melissa was a teacher at the local black school. Ella and J.T. agreed to let Freddie finish high school. The family left for Chicago in the fall of 1949.
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    Lyrics:
    I don't want you to be no slave
    I don't want you to work all day
    I don't want you to be true
    I just want to make love to you

    I don't want you to wash my clothes
    I don't want you to keep my home
    I don't want your money too
    I just want to make love to you
    Love to you, love to you

    Well I can see by the way that you switch and walk
    And I can tell by the way that you, baby talk
    And I can know by the way that you treat your man
    I wanna love you darlin', it's a cryin' shame

    I don't want you to bake my bread
    I don't want you to make my bed
    I don't want you 'cause I'm sad and blue
    I just want to make love to you, love to you

    Well I can see by the way that you switch and walk
    And I can tell by the way that you, baby talk
    And I can know by the way that you treat your man
    I wanna love you darlin', it's a cryin' shame

    I don't want you to bake my bread
    I don't want you to make my bed
    I don't want you 'cause I'm sad and blue
    I just want to make love to you, love to you
    Love to you, love to you
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  • John Mayer - Slow dancing in a burning room lyrics

    4:05

    I made a video with the lyrics to Slow dancing in a burning room. :)

  • BB King - I Believe To My Soul - Live in Africa 1974

    5:55



    B.B. King Live In Africa '74 is a rare - extremely rare - intimate view of
    B.B. King in concert. At age 49, having crossed over to wide popularity with his show
    at the Fillmore West in 1968 and secured his fame with the 1970 hit The Thrill Is Gone,
    B.B. stands onstage before Muhammad Ali and a crowd of 80,000 on the continent his
    ancestors left in chains and gives one of the most thrilling performances of his life. The
    King of the Blues (B.B.), Soul Brother #1 (James Brown) and other African-American
    artists on the bill reveled in the return to their cultural motherland for a gala affair that was
    attended by fans and journalists from all over the world.

    The backstory around this perfonnance is rich. Behind B.B. is a large orchestra,
    made up of core members ofB.B.'s touring band - pianist Ron Levy, drummer Sonny
    Freeman and saxophonist Bobby Forte - plus studio musicians recruited (mostly) from
    New York, including renowned session guitarist Larry Carlton. Directed by Hampton
    Reese, B.B.'s longtime friend and musical tutor (you'll see him in his plaid sport coat
    conducting the band), this collection of musicians achieved their amazing performance
    after a single rehearsal in Kinshasa. Hampton wrote the charts for all the songs in the set,
    and every musician was playing from those charts.

    Of the musicians who played that concert from B.B.'s 1974 touring band, only
    Ron Levy is still living. Here are some of his recollections of the unforgettable trip to
    Zaire (now the Democratic Republic of Congo) and their historic performance there:

    To perform in Africa - the land of his ancestors, at this stadium event before
    80,000 - plus crazed, hot, sweaty, dancing and bouncing heads and soulfully
    pained hearts -- must have had a very special personal significance for B.B.,
    as it did for us all. We all realized this was not just another gig. It was history,
    good history. We were all very proud to be a part of it. As far as the set went,
    we performed 8.B.'s most famous hits. I have to say, this was probably the
    first lime this crowd ever heard - or heard of - B.B. King. but as usual he
    left them wanting more, as well as an indelible memory of his sincere personal
    passion and deep-felt blues.

    He definitely connected with them like the beloved king he is. If you're a
    B.B. King fan, you are in for a rare treat with B.B, King Live in Africa '74. If this is
    your introduction to the King of the Blues, you'll understand why he is so loved the
    world over.

    -Charles Sawyer

    Charles Sawyer is the author of the first biography of B.B. King.
    The Arrival Of B.B. King (Doubleday 1980, Da Capo 1982),
    He teaches History Of Blues In America at Harvard Extension School,
    and leads his own blues band, 2120 South Michigan Avenue.

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  • Muddy Waters & The Rolling Stones - Hoochie Coochie Man

    4:18

    On 22 November 1981, in the middle of their mammoth American tour, the Rolling Stones arrived in Chicago prior to playing 3 nights at the Rosemont Horizon. Long influenced by the Chicago blues, the band paid a visit to Buddy Guy's club the Checkerboard Lounge to see the legendary bluesman perform. It didn't take long before Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Ian Stewart were joining in on stage and later Buddy Guy and Lefty Dizz also played their part. It was a unique occasion that was fortunately captured on camera.

    Now, restored from the original footage and with sound mixed and mastered by Bob Clearmountain, this amazing blues night is being made available in an official release for the first time.

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  • Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats - S.O.B.

    4:23

    From the self-titled debut album from Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats
    Video directed by Greg Barnes. Produced by Greg Barnes and Melissa Giles

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  • Ray Charles - Ive Got A Woman

    2:56

    Ray Charles - I've Got A Woman from the CD 'the definitive Ray Charles'
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  • Beth Hart - Tell Her You Belong To Me

    5:56

    Tell her you're mine
    That you have been blind
    Tell her it's over
    And you belong to me
    Tell me to come
    And like hell I will run
    Back into your arms
    'Cause you belong to me
    There's a river on my skin
    There's a dragon in the dark
    Nothing scares me more
    Than the silence of your heart
    If you wanna hold me
    If you wanna know me again
    If you wanna love me
    Than take me home
    I've been at the bottom
    The deep end of the ocean
    Barely surviving by the dark side of her street
    Tell her you belong to me
    She'll never win
    I'm not giving in
    No matter how long
    I still be hanging on
    This kind of love
    I'm not giving up
    So tell her, tell her
    Tell her you were fooling
    Yeah
    If you wanna hold me
    If you wanna know me again
    If you wanna love me
    Just take me home
    I've been at the bottom
    The deep end of the ocean
    Barely surviving by the dark side of her street
    Tell her you belong to me

  • The Blues Mystery - Back To The Dirty Town

    5:29

    Artwork - Bob Barker

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  • Albert King and Stevie Ray Vaughan - Born Under A Bad Sign

    8:03

    In Session (1983)

  • Blues Master Keb Mos Love In Vain on LEGENDS OF JAZZ

    2:51

    Keb' Mo' performing Love In Vain from The LEGENDS OF JAZZ with Ramsey Lewis Roots: The Blues Episode

  • Detroit Blues Band - Tears From My Eyes.

    7:26

    Αποποίηση:
    Το βίντεο δεν προορίζεται για παραβίαση πνευματικών δικαιωμάτων.
    Το ακουστικό περιεχόμενο δεν ανήκει σε εμένα δεν κάνω κέρδος από αυτό το βίντεο, δεν είμαι κύριος πνευματικών δικαιωμάτων.
    Αυτό είναι καθαρά για Διασκέδαση.

  • John Lee Hooker and Bonnie Raitt play Im In The Mood

    5:19

    John Lee Hooker and Bonnie Raitt perform I'm In The Mood. From the DVD John Lee Hooker & Friends 1984-92. More info at

  • The Sky Is Crying- Stevie Ray Vaughan High Quality No vid

    4:40

    High Quality version of Stevie Ray Vaughan's The Sky Is Crying.
    No Video!

  • Albert King - Crosscut Saw

    2:37

    From Best of Albert King

  • Lets Straighten It Out - Latimore

    5:30

  • Muddy Waters - I Feel Like Going Home

    3:12

    I Feel Like Going Home (Aristcrat 1305) Chicago. Apr 1948

  • Muddy Waters Mannish Boy

    5:25

    muddy waters mannish boy

  • Albert King - Born Under A Bad Sign

    2:47

    Albert King (April 25, 1923 -- December 21, 1992) was an American blues guitarist and singer.
    In 1966 he signed with the Stax record label. Produced by Al Jackson, Jr., King with Booker T. & the MGs recorded dozens of influential sides, such as Crosscut Saw and As The Years Go Passing By, and in 1967 Stax released the album, Born Under a Bad Sign. The title track of that album (written by Booker T. Jones and William Bell) became King's best known song and has been covered by many artists (from Cream to Homer Simpson).
    King was a left-handed upside-down/backwards guitarist. He was left-handed, but usually played right-handed guitars flipped over upside-down so the low E string was on the bottom. In later years he played a custom-made guitar that was basically left-handed, but had the strings reversed (as he was used to playing). He also used very unorthodox tunings (i.e., tuning as low as C to allow him to make sweeping string bends). Some believe that he was using open E minor tuning (C-B-E-G-B-E) or open F tuning (C-F-C-F-A-D). A less is more type blues player, he was known for his expressive bending of notes, a technique characteristic of blues guitarists.

  • Ill Drown In My Tears

    4:48

    From his 1969 release Johnny Winter

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  • Etta James - I Just Want To Make Love To You

    3:10

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  • She Caught The Katy - Taj Mahal

    3:31

    She Caught the Katy (And Left Me a Mule To Ride) is a blues standard written by Taj Mahal and James Rachell. The song was first recorded for Taj Mahal's 1968 album The Natch'l Blues, and is one of Mahal's most famous tunes. It has since been covered many times, and is included on the soundtrack for the 1980 movie The Blues Brothers (the song greets Jake Blues as he leaves prison, in the beginning of the movie). According to John Belushi's widow, it was Belushi's favorite blues song.

  • R.L.Burnside - its bad you know

    4:43

    from the 'come on in' album

  • Nina Simone-Since I Fell For You + Lyrics

    2:51

    Nina Simone-Since I Fell For You

    When you just give love
    And never get love
    You'd better let love depart
    I know it's so, and yet I know
    I can't get you out of my heart

    You made me leave my happy home
    You took my love and now you're gone
    Since I fell for you

    Love brings such misery and pain
    I guess I'll never be the same
    Since I fell for you

    Well, it's too bad
    And it's too sad
    But I'm in love with you
    You love me, then you snub me
    But what can I do?
    I'm so in love with you

    I guess I'll never see the light
    I get the blues most every night
    Since I fell for you
    Since I fell for you...

  • Buddy Guy & Tracy Chapman - Aint no sunshine --

    3:27

    from the album bring 'em in-Buddy Guy (2005)

  • Little Walter My Babe

    2:35

    My baby don't stand no cheatin', my babe
    Oh yeah she don't stand no cheatin', my babe
    Oh yeah she don't stand no cheatin',
    She don't stand none of that midnight creepin'
    My babe, true little baby, my babe

    My babe, I know she love me, my babe
    Oh yes, I know she love me, my babe
    Oh yes, I know she love me,
    She don't do nothin' but kiss and hug me
    My babe, true little baby, my babe

    My baby don't stand no cheatin', my babe
    Oh no, she don't stand no cheatin', my babe
    Oh no, she don't stand no cheatin',
    Ev'rything she do she do so pleasin'
    My babe, true little baby, my babe

    My baby don't stand no foolin', my babe
    Oh yeah, she don't stand no foolin', my babe
    Oh yeah, she don't stand no foolin',
    When she's hot there ain't no coolin'
    My babe, true little baby, my babe
    She's my baby (true little baby) ...

  • Going Down - Freddie King

    3:31

    From his 1971 record, Getting Ready, which was largely written and produced by Leon Russell and features Duck Dunn on bass. Russell wrote Going Down, as part of an attempt to introduce Freddie to more of a rock audience through this record.

  • peter greens fleetwood mac - need your love so bad

    3:37

  • Tell it like it is - Aaron Neville

    2:39

  • Sonny Black - Heart and Soul - Blues Walkin By My Side

    6:18

    Heart And Soul 2015 - © Orchard Music

  • Beth Hart - With You Everyday

    2:57

    Beth Hart - With You Everyday
    Emily Didonato for Redemption Choppers.
    Album - Bang Bang Boom (2012) on Provogue Records (a division of Mascot Label Group).

    I guess your labor wasn't in vain
    To get out your way I did everything
    But I've been falling in love with you everyday

    It wasn't easy I know
    Some of those nights it probably seemed impossible
    But I've been falling in love with you everyday

    Every time the sun comes up
    I turn back around
    I'm climbing all the walls that I built
    To keep you out
    And all the bridges you, you tried to burn
    Have all fallen down
    It's you and me now

    Next to you I want to lie
    On your shoulder when I need to cry
    I'm so happy that you came
    To ease the darkness and ease the pain
    And I've been falling in love with you
    Falling in love with you
    Falling in love with you
    Falling in love, falling in love
    With you everyday

    I've been falling in love with you everyday

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  • Fleetwood Mac - Black Magic Woman, Stereo 1968-73 CBS 45 record.

    2:53

    CBS 1722.

    Recorded with stereo gear on background photo.

  • Etta James - Stormy Weather

    3:11

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  • Roy Brown - Good Rockin Tonight 1947

    3:01

    R & B

  • Jesus make up my dying bed........ Blind Willie Johnson

    3:09

    recorded in 1927

  • Jimi Hendrix -The Wind Cries Mary

    3:35

    My version of Wind Cries Mary. Enjoy

  • Beth Hart & Joe Bonamassa - Your Heart Is As Black As Night

    4:59

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  • Joe Bonamassa - Stop!

    6:53

    Joe Bonamassa studio footage for the song Stop! from the 2009 CD entitled Ballad of John Henry.

    If you can, the video was made to be seen in HD for both video and sound.

  • The Nortons - Married to the Blues

    7:57

    Blues

  • Buddy Guy - Stay Around A Little Longer ft. B.B. King

    5:00

    Music video by Buddy Guy Featuring B.B. King performing Stay Around A Little Longer. (C) 2010 JIVE Records, a unit of Sony Music Entertainment

    #BuddyGuy #StayAroundALittleLonger #Vevo

  • B.B. King- Everyday I have the Blues

    5:07

    Not a whole lot of just studio versions for this, or any B.B. King song, so I'll be uploading a lot more. Enjoy.

  • Beth Hart - Fire On The Floor

    5:12

    Go to to pre order the new album Fire On The Floor on CD, LP+MP3 or digital download.

    In stores on OCT 14 2016 (EU) and FEB 03 (US+AUS).

  • Angel From Montgomery - Bonnie Raitt w/ Bruce Hornsby, Bryan Adams, Jackson Browne, Kim Wilson

    4:58

    Best live version of this song written by John Prine
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  • Joe Bonamassa - One Less Cross To Bear

    5:41

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  • Joe Bonamassa - Different Shades Of Blue - Official Music Video

    4:51

    Click Here to get Different Shades of Blue by Joe Bonamassa Now:
    The Official Music Video for Different Shades Of Blue.
    CD was released in the U.S. on September 23rd and in Europe on September 22nd, 2014

    - GRAMMY-nominated guitar superstar Joe Bonamassa released his brand new solo album Different Shades Of Blue (J&R Adventures) on September 23, 2014. This is Bonamassa's first studio album in two years and the first album of his career to feature all original material. The result is a record with more of an experimental edge than previous Bonamassa records. It's a blues record that explores the outer reaches and the many different sounds that shape the genre.

    It's been a while since I've been involved in the writing on an entire album. So I decided I wanted to make a completely original blues album, said Bonamassa. I've really had to push myself to make everything I do better than the last project. I know the fans expect it. And I feel like I owe it to the fans to give them an original record after all these years.

    To prepare for the record, Bonamassa took 2013 off from releasing any new studio material, a rarity in the tireless bluesman's career, and instead spent time in Nashville writing with Jonathan Cain (Journey), known for hits Who's Crying Now, Open Arms, and When You Love A Woman; James House (Diamond Rio, Dwight Yoakam, Martina McBride), and Jerry Flowers (Keith Urban).

    The writers really inspired me, and having access to really great lyricists and songwriters made it such a great experience, said Bonamassa. Recorded at Studio At The Palms in Las Vegas, NV, Different Shades Of Blue was produced by Kevin Shirley (Black Crowes, Aerosmith, Led Zeppelin), who has helmed Bonamassa's last fifteen projects including his solo projects and collaborations with Black Country Communion and Beth Hart. To complement Bonamassa's signature guitar style and vocals, Shirley brought together a group of musicians including Reese Wynans (organ, piano), Carmine Rojas (bass), Michael Rhodes (bass), Anton Fig (drums, percussion), Lenny Castro (percussion), Lee Thornburg (trumpet, trombone), Ron Dziubla (saxophone), the Bovaland Orchestra (strings), and Doug Henthorn and Melanie Williams (background vocals).

    It's definitely my favorite Joe Bonamassa record to date, said Shirley. It's an album that deserves to be listened to in its entirety. Luckily Joe's fan base really seems to appreciate a body of work and not just songs.

    Each year, Bonamassa strives to deliver something new for his fans to thank them for their loyalty, dedication, and enthusiastic activity on Twitter, YouTube, Instagram and Facebook which has helped grow the guitarist's reputation exponentially in the U.S. and abroad.

    Shirley said, I think Joe has learned the value of not underestimating his audience. He plays music as well as he can, and always tries to bring music of depth to his audience. We try very hard to make the records as multidimensional as possible and really try not to cut any corners in delivering them.

    Bonamassa has twelve #1 Billboard Blues Albums (more than any other artist) and received his first GRAMMY nomination in 2013 for his collaboration with Beth Hart on the duo's sophomore album Seesaw. His 2013 solo acoustic project An Acoustic Evening at the Vienna Opera House was nominated by the Blues Music Awards for Best DVD and his 2009 DVD Live From The Royal Albert Hall recently received RIAA Platinum Certification.

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  • Arthur Crudup - Thats All Right

    2:54

    Arthur Big Boy Crudup (August 24, 1905 — March 28, 1974) was a delta blues singer and guitarist.
    He is best known outside blues circles for writing songs later covered by Elvis Presley and dozens of other artists, such as That's All Right (1946)[1], My Baby Left Me and So Glad You're Mine.

    Arthur Crudup was born in Forest, Mississippi in 1905. For a time he lived and worked throughout the South and Midwest as a migrant worker. He and his family returned to Mississippi in 1926. He sang gospel, then began his career as a blues singer around Clarksdale, Mississippi. As a member of the Harmonizing Four he visited Chicago in 1939. Crudup stayed in Chicago to work as a solo musician, but barely made a living as a street singer. Record producer Lester Melrose allegedly found him while he was living in a packing crate, introduced him to Tampa Red and signed him to a recording contract with RCA Victor's Bluebird label.

    He recorded with RCA in the late 1940s and with Ace Records, Checker Records and Trumpet Records in the early 1950s and toured throughout the country, specifically black establishments in the South, with Sonny Boy Williamson II and Elmore James (around 1948). He also recorded under the names Elmer James and Percy Lee Crudup. He was popular in the South with records such as Mean Old 'Frisco Blues, Who's Been Foolin' You and That's All Right.

    Crudup stopped recording in the 1950s, however, after further battles over royalties. His last Chicago session was in 1951. His 1952-54 recording sessions for Victor were held at radio station WGST in Atlanta, Georgia. He returned to recording with Fire Records and Delmark Records and touring in 1965. Sometimes labeled as The Father of Rock and Roll, he accepted this title with some bemusement. Ungratified due to the loss of royalties, he would refer to his admirer Presley as 'Elvin Preston'.
    Throughout this time Crudup worked as a laborer to augment the non-existent royalties and the small wages he received as a singer. Crudup returned to Mississippi after a dispute with Melrose over royalties, then went into bootlegging, and later moved to Virginia where he had lived and worked as a musician and laborer. In the early 1970s, two local Virginia activists, Celia Santiago and Margaret Carter, assisted him in an attempt to gain royalties he felt he was due, with little success.

    From the mid 1960s, Crudup returned to bootlegging and working as an agricultural laborer, chiefly in Virginia, where he lived with his family including three sons and several of his own siblings. On the Eastern Shore of Virginia, while he lived in relative poverty as a field laborer, he occasionally sang and supplied moonshine to a number of drinking establishments, including one called the Dew Drop Inn, in Northampton County for some time prior to his death from complications of heart disease and diabetes. On a 1970 trip to the UK he recorded Roebuck Man with local musicians.
    His last professional engagements were with Bonnie Raitt.

    There was some confusion as to his actual date of death because of his use of several names, including those of his siblings. He died of a heart attack in the Nassawadox hospital in Northampton County, Virginia in 1974.

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  • Howlin Wolf - Spoonful

    2:46

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  • Beth Hart - Caught Out In The Rain

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  • JT Coldfire - Shes Crazy

    5:24

    Album: Crazy Sun 2011

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    Let me tell you a story
    About a little girl I know
    When she walks into a room
    You know she steals the show
    She's crazy
    And it's more than I can stand
    I'm just crazy about that woman
    And she's just crazy 'bout this man

    She wakes me every morning
    With that tender lovin' touch
    Some fools don't get enough
    But she just loves me too much
    She's crazy
    And it's more than I can stand
    I'm just crazy about that woman
    And she's just crazy 'bout this man

    She always wants me around
    But I ain't got time
    But you know she got that little ways
    To make me change my mind

    And it's more than I can stand
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  • Detroit Blues Band - Tears From My Eyes

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    Genres: Blues Rock

    Lyrics:
    baby, baby
    How you feel about this being free?
    Baby, baby
    How you feel about being free?
    I don't know 'bout you, honey
    But it sure is killin' me
    I remember, baby
    We were sayin' this can't go on
    I remember, babe
    Yeah, this can't go on
    What was right then, honey
    Now feels oh so wrong
    That's the stuff
    You don't miss your water
    'Til your well run dry
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    And I could fill a well, girl
    With the tears from my eyes

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  • Muddy Waters - Champagne & Reefer

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    Mr. Morganfield

    Yeah bring me champagne when I'm thirsty.
    Bring me reefer when I want to get high.
    Yeah bring me champagne when I'm thirsty.
    Bring me reefer when I want to get high.
    Well you know when I'm lonely
    Bring my woman set her right down here by my side.
    Well you know there should be no law
    on people that want to smoke a little dope.
    Well you know there should be no law
    on people that want to smoke a little dope.
    Well you know it's good for your head
    And it relax your body don't you know.

    Everytime I get high
    I lay my head down on my baby's breast.
    Well you know I lay down be quiet
    Tryin' to take my rest.
    Well you know she done hug and kiss me
    Says Muddy your one man that I love the best.

    I'm gonna get high
    Gonna get high just as sure as you know my name.
    Y'know I'm gonna get so high this morning
    It's going to be a cryin' shame.
    Well you know I'm gonna stick with my reefer
    Ain't gonna be messin' round with no cocaine.

  • Bo Diddley - I Am A Man

    2:56

    He only had a few hits in the 1950s and early '60s, but as Bo Diddley sang, You Can't Judge a Book by Its Cover. You can't judge an artist by his chart success, either, and Diddley produced greater and more influential music than all but a handful of the best early rockers. The Bo Diddley beat -- bomp, ba-bomp-bomp, bomp-bomp -- is one of rock & roll's bedrock rhythms, showing up in the work of Buddy Holly, the Rolling Stones, and even pop-garage knock-offs like the Strangeloves' 1965 hit I Want Candy. Diddley's hypnotic rhythmic attack and declamatory, boasting vocals stretched back as far as Africa for their roots, and looked as far into the future as rap. His trademark otherworldly vibrating, fuzzy guitar style did much to expand the instrument's power and range. But even more important, Bo's bounce was fun and irresistibly rocking, with a wisecracking, jiving tone that epitomized rock & roll at its most humorously outlandish and freewheeling.

    Before taking up blues and R&B, Diddley had actually studied classical violin, but shifted gears after hearing John Lee Hooker. In the early '50s, he began playing with his longtime partner, maraca player Jerome Green, to get what Bo's called that freight train sound. Billy Boy Arnold, a fine blues harmonica player and singer in his own right, was also playing with Diddley when the guitarist got a deal with Chess in the mid-'50s (after being turned down by rival Chicago label Vee-Jay). His very first single, Bo Diddley/I'm a Man (1955), was a double-sided monster. The A-side was soaked with futuristic waves of tremolo guitar, set to an ageless nursery rhyme; the flip was a bump-and-grind, harmonica-driven shuffle, based around a devastating blues riff. But the result was not exactly blues, or even straight R&B, but a new kind of guitar-based rock & roll, soaked in the blues and R&B, but owing allegiance to neither.

    Diddley was never a top seller on the order of his Chess rival Chuck Berry, but over the next half-dozen or so years, he'd produce a catalog of classics that rival Berry's in quality. You Don't Love Me, Diddley Daddy, Pretty Thing, Diddy Wah Diddy, Who Do You Love?, Mona, Road Runner, You Can't Judge a Book by Its Cover -- all are stone-cold standards of early, riff-driven rock & roll at its funkiest. Oddly enough, his only Top 20 pop hit was an atypical, absurd back-and-forth rap between him and Jerome Green, Say Man, that came about almost by accident as the pair were fooling around in the studio.

    As a live performer, Diddley was galvanizing, using his trademark square guitars and distorted amplification to produce new sounds that anticipated the innovations of '60s guitarists like Jimi Hendrix. In Great Britain, he was revered as a giant on the order of Chuck Berry and Muddy Waters. The Rolling Stones in particular borrowed a lot from Bo's rhythms and attitude in their early days, although they only officially covered a couple of his tunes, Mona and I'm Alright. Other British R&B groups like the Yardbirds, Animals, and Pretty Things also covered Diddley standards in their early days. Buddy Holly covered Bo Diddley and used a modified Bo Diddley beat on Not Fade Away; when the Stones gave the song the full-on Bo treatment (complete with shaking maracas), the result was their first big British hit.

    The British Invasion helped increase the public's awareness of Diddley's importance, and ever since then he's been a popular live act. Sadly, though, his career as a recording artist, in commercial and artistic terms, was over by the time the Beatles and Stones hit America. He'd record with ongoing and declining frequency, but after 1963, he'd never write or record any original material on par with his early classics. Whether he'd spent his muse, or just felt he could coast on his laurels, is hard to say. But he remains a vital part of the collective rock & roll consciousness, occasionally reaching wider visibility via a 1979 tour with the Clash, a cameo role in the film Trading Places, a late-'80s tour with Ronnie Wood, and a 1989 television commercial for sports shoes with star athlete Bo Jackson. ~ Richie Unterberger, All Music Guide

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  • John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers with Gary Moore - So Many Roads

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  • The Blues Image - Ride Captain Ride

    3:14

    The Blues Image was a one-hit wonder Latin-tinged pop/rock band, that one hit being Ride Captain Ride, which made the Top Ten and sold a million copies in 1970. The group was formed in Tampa, FL, in 1966 by Michael Pinera (b. September 29, 1948, Tampa, FL) (guitar, vocals), Manuel Bertematti (b. 1946, Tampa, FL) (percussion), and Joe Lala (b. Tampa, FL) (drums). Malcolm Jones (b. Cardiff, Wales) (bass) joined in 1966, followed in 1968 by Frank Skip Konte (b. Canyon City, OK) (keyboards). The band moved to New York City in 1968 and managed a club called the Image. Then they moved to Los Angeles, where they signed to Atlantic Records' Atco division in February 1969, and released their self-titled debut album. This was followed by Open (1970), which featured Ride Captain Ride. But the Blues Image never followed their hit. Pinera left, replaced by Kent Henry (guitar) and Dennis Correll (vocals). Then the Blues Image broke up. A third album, Red White & Blues Image, was compiled from outtakes. Skip Konte joined Three Dog Night, while some other band members reformed as Manna. Pinera later was a member of Iron Butterfly, then Ramatam, and, with Bertematti, the New Cactus Band. He also formed a band called Thee Image and worked as a solo artist. Lala became a Los Angeles session player and worked with Joe Walsh and the various manifestations of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, among others.

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  • Beth Hart - Caught out in the rain

    7:14

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  • B.B. King - The Thrill Is Gone HD

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    Lyricss Make It Rain

    When the sins of my father
    Weigh down in my soul
    And the pain of my mother
    Will not let me go
    Well, I know there can come fire from the sky
    To refine the purest of kings
    And even though
    I know this fire brings me pain
    Even so
    And just the same

    Make it rain
    Make it rain down, Lord
    Make it rain
    Oh, make it rain
    Make it rain
    Make it rain down, Lord
    Make it rain
    Make it rain

    All seed needs the water
    Before it grows out of the ground
    But it just keeps on getting hard
    And the hunger more profound
    Well, I know there can come tears from the eyes
    But they may as well all be in vain
    Even though
    I know these tears come with pain
    Even so
    And just the same

    Make it rain
    Make it rain down, Lord
    Make it rain
    Oh, make it rain
    Make it rain
    Make it rain down, Lord
    Make it rain
    Make it rain

    And the seas are full of water
    That stops by the shore
    Just like the riches of grandeur
    That never reach the poor

    And let the clouds fill with thunderous applause
    And let lightning be the veins
    And fill the sky
    With all that they can drop
    When it's time
    To make a change

    Make it rain
    Make it rain down, Lord
    Make it rain
    Make it rain
    Make it rain
    Make it rain down, Lord
    Make it rain
    Oh, Make it rain
    Make it rain?
    Make it rain?
    Make it rain?
    Oh, Make it rain
    Make it rain
    Make it rain down, Lord
    Make it vain
    Oh, Make it rain
    Make it rain
    Make in vain
    Make in vain
    Make in vain
    Make it rain
    Make in vain
    Make it vain
    Oh, Make in rain

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  • Jeff Healey - Blue Jean Blues

    5:40

    ZZ Top cover

  • Since Ive Been Lovin You - Led Zeppelin HQ

    7:25

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    lyrics:
    Working from seven to eleven every night,
    It really makes life a drag, I don't think that's right.
    I've really been the best, the best of fools, I did what I could. (Yeah)
    'Cause I love you, baby, How I love you, darling, How I love you, baby,
    My beloved little girl, little girl.
    But baby, Since I've Been Loving You (yeah). I'm about to lose my worried mind, oh, yeah.

    Everybody trying to tell me that you didn't mean me no good.
    I've been trying, Lord, let me tell you, Let me tell you I really did the best I could.
    I've been working from seven to eleven every night, I said It kinda makes my life a drag
    Lord, that ain't right...
    Since I've Been Loving You, I'm about to lose my worried mind. (Watch out!)

    Said I've been crying, yeah. Oh, my tears they fell like rain,
    Don't you hear them, Don't you hear them falling?
    Don't you hear, Don't you hear them falling?

    Do you remember mama, when I knocked upon your door?
    I said you had the nerve to tell me you didn't want me no more, yeah
    I open my front door, hear my back door slam,
    You know, I must have one of them new fangled, new fangled back door man.

    I've been working from seven, seven, seven, to eleven every night, It kinda makes my life a drag...
    Baby, Since I've Been Loving You, I'm about to lose, I'm about to lose, lose my worried mind.

    Just one more, just one more, oooh, yeah,
    Since I've been loving you, I'm gonna lose my worried mind.

  • Id Rather Go Blind - Govt Mule

    10:02

    Gov't Mule
    Lifestyle Communities Pavilion
    Columbus, OH
    2010/08/19

    I'd Rather Go Blind is a Blues song written by Ellington Jordan and co-credited to Billy Foster. It was first recorded by Etta James in 1968, and has subsequently become regarded as a blues and soul classic.

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  • JANIS JOPLIN Summertime

    4:43

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  • Affection - Cigarettes After Sex

    5:12

    Affection - Cigarettes After Sex

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    Phillip Tubbs - keyboards
    Randy Miller - bass
    Jake Tomsky - drums

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    Lyrics:
    I know that you say I get mean when I'm drinking,
    But then again sometimes I get really sweet
    So what does it mean if I tell you to go fuck yourself
    Or if I say that you're beautiful to me

    It's affection always,
    You're gonna see it someday
    My attention for you
    Even if it's not what you need

    Sometimes we talk all night long, we don't shut up
    and when it's late we'll say we're still wide awake so...
    We love to talk about how you'll come up to visit me
    and we'll rent a car and we'll drive upstate

    It's affection always,
    You're gonna see it someday
    My attention's on you
    Even if it's not what you need

    I think of you,
    I want you too,
    I'd fall for you

    It's affection always...

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    Lyrics for Since I've been loving you by Too Mutz Blues Band:

    Working from seven to eleven every night
    Really makes life a drag, I don't think that's right.
    I've really been the best, the best of fools


    I did what I could, yeah.
    'Cause I love you, baby, how I love you, darling, how I love you, baby, I'm in love
    with you, girl, little girl.
    But baby, since I've been loving you, yeah
    I'm about to lose my worried mind, oh yeah.

    Everybody trying to tell me that you didn't mean me no good.
    I've been trying, Lord, let me tell you, let me tell you I really did the best I

    could!
    I've been working from seven to eleven every night
    I said It kinda makes my life a drag, drag, drag, drag...
    Lord, yeah, that ain't right, no, no!
    Since I've been loving you

    I'm about to lose my worried mind.
    Watch out!
    Said I've been crying, yeah
    Oh my tears they fell like rain
    Don't you hear them? Don't you hear them falling?

    Don't you hear? Don't you hear them falling?
    Do you remember mama, when I knocked upon your door?
    I said you had the nerve to tell me you didn't want me no more, yeah.
    I open my front door, I hear my back door slam.
    You know, I must have one of them new fangled, new fangled back door man.
    I've been working from seven, seven, seven, to eleven every night and It kinda makes
    my life a drag...
    A drag, drag, oh yeah, it makes a drag!
    Baby, since I've been loving you
    I'm about to lose, I'm about lose, lose, my worried mind.
    Just one more, just one more.
    Oh yeah!
    Since I've been loving you, I'm gonna lose my worried mind.

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  • Buddy Guy- Feels Like Rain

    4:25

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  • Little Walter - Blue And Lonesome Digitally Remastered

    2:57

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  • Willie Dixon You Shook Me

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  • Buddy Guy - What Kind Of Woman Is This

    5:24

    From the album Bring 'Em In

  • Dedication - Noora Noor

    4:31

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  • Snowy White - Riding the Blues

    3:48

    Snowy White - Riding the Blues

  • Fantastic Negrito - An Honest Man

    4:19

    Official lyric video for An Honest Man, the Hand Of God theme song by Fantastic Negrito
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    Directed and Edited by: Jeremy Leaird Koch

    This is the title song from Amazon's TV show Hand of God starring Ron Perlman, directed by Marc Forster, written by Ben Watkins.

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    Fantastic Negrito is a man’s truth told in the form of black roots music. Each song is a real story about a musician from Oakland who experienced the highs of a million dollar record deal, the lows of a near fatal car accident that put him in a four-week coma, and is now in the phase of rebirth despite his playing hand being mangled. Negrito’s music emphasizes rawness and space. Slide guitar, drums, piano. Rather than update the Delta Blues, Fantastic Negrito leaves the original sounds of Lead Belly and Skip James intact, building bridges to a modern sound with loops and samples of his own live instruments. But the primary element that drives Fantastic Negrito’s music is uncut realness and zero concern for “pop” anything.

  • Pokey-My Sidepiece

    4:41

    From The Louisiana Blues Brothas Love On The Bayou CD.

  • Jimmie Vaughan - Dengue Woman Blues

    6:27

  • Ernie K. Doe - Here Come The Girls

    3:06

    Available from This is an album track from the LP 'Ernie K. Doe'(Janus). Released in 1970 and written and produced by the legendary Allen Toussaint instrumentation is provided by none other than funk gods the Meters. This track is currently being used in the UK for Boots' Christmas campaign ad.

  • Beth Hart and Joe Bonamassa- Id Rather Go Blind

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  • Jimi Hendrix - Hear My Train A Comin

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    Check out the official lyric video for Hear My Train A Comin' by Jimi Hendrix

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    Lyrics:

    Well, I wait around the train station
    Waitin' for that train
    Waitin' for the train, yeah
    Take me home, yeah
    From this lonesome place
    Well, now a while lotta people put me down a lotta changes
    My girl had called me a disgrace

    Lyric video by Jimi Hendrix performing 'Hear My Train A Comin''. (C) 2012 Experience Hendrix L.L.C., under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment

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  • Robert Cray - Dont Be Afraid Of The Dark

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    Music video by Robert Cray performing Don't Be Afraid Of The Dark. (C) 1991 The Island Def Jam Music Group

  • Tedeschi Trucks Band - Part of Me

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    The new album, Made Up Mind, is now available at Amazon ( and iTunes (

    Music video by Tedeschi Trucks Band performing Part of Me (acoustic). (C) 2013 Sony Music Entertainment

  • Alvin Lee – The Bluest Blues

    7:29

    Alvin Lee- gtr, voc; George Harrison- slide gtr; Steve Gould- bass; Tim Hinkley- hammond organ; Alan Young- drums; Steve Grant- keys

    From the album ‘Keep On Rockin’ (originally ‘NINETEENNINETYFOUR’, 1993)

    Alvin says… one of my favourite tracks from my album ‘1994’. It has George Harrison on slide guitar and is one of the best solos he ever played. It’s a masterpiece, so sensitive. Hearing George made me play more sensitive too!
    I’m very proud of this one. It was recently voted one of the best blues songs ever recorded. I’m sure B.B”King wouldn’t agree with that! It’s got a classical style piano played by Steve Grant, and George Harrison plays a slide guitar solo that is one of my all time favourites. He created such a tender, melodic solo and I had been playing kind of angry solos, y’know? After hearing George I had to change my whole approach and started to play much more melodically. As a result, I played a great solo too. George may not have been the most clever and nimble of guitarists, but he didn’t just wiggle his fingers and play a succession of notes, he actually I wrote a tune while doing a solo. He was so eloquent on guitar that he inspired me to play something eloquent too.

  • Andra - At Last

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    Andra - At Last (Etta James) - Romanii Au Talent (2014)

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  • Howlin Wolf - Smokestack Lightnin

    3:09

    From Moanin' in the Moonlight (1959). Rights belong to who they belong to, not me.

  • Chicken Shack - Id Rather Go Blind

    3:18

    Chicken Shack - I'd Rather Go Blind
    very cool

  • Etta James - Ive Been Loving You Too Long

    4:26

    R.I.P. Etta James (1928-2012)

  • Melvin Taylor- Blue jeans blues

    6:27

  • Danielle Nicole - Wolf Den

    4:37

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    Singer/bassist/songwriter Danielle Nicole oozes groove. There’s so much funky, bluesy soul coming out of her, you wonder if her heart beats in syncopated time.

    The Kansas City-raised daughter of musicians already had a solid blues foundation, but she found that groove — or new variations of it — in New Orleans, where she worked with GRAMMY®-winning producer-guitarist Anders Osborne to craft a number of songs, the first of which are showcased on her solo debut EP for Concord Records, set for release on March 10, 2015.

    The self-titled EP features four tracks that were recorded in New Orleans with Osborne producing and playing guitar. Stanton Moore holds court behind the drumset, Mike “Shinetop, Jr.” Sedovic plays keyboards and Danielle lays down the basslines while also handling all of the vocals. The last two tracks on the EP were recorded live at Kansas City’s Triple A radio mainstay KTBG-The Bridge 90.9 FM. Danielle sang and played acoustic guitar in their studios doing stripped-down, intimate versions of “You Only Need Me When You’re Down” and Bob Dylan’s classic “Don’t Think Twice, It’s Alright”.

    Danielle calls her sound “blues-based roots,” and it’s clear those roots reach deep — straight to the melting-pot heart of American music. She discovered them early, thanks to her parents and her big-band singer/grandmother. When Nicole’s father heard her belting out Koko Taylor’s “Never Trust a Man” at age 12, her destiny became clear.

  • Daniel Castro - Ill Play The Blues For You

    7:43

    Album: No Surrender , Albert King Cover
    Lyrics:
    If you're down and out and you feel real hurt
    Come on over to the place where I work
    And all your loneliness I'll try to soothe
    I'll play the #Blues for you

    Don't be afraid come on in
    You might run across some of your old friends
    All your loneliness I gotta soothe
    I'll play the blues for you

    I got no big name and I ain't no big star
    I play the blues for you on my guitar
    All your loneliness I'll try to soothe
    I 'll play the blues for you

    As he grew up in the L.A. area, Daniel was heavily influenced by the blues greats Albert KIng, B.B. King, and Albert Collins. As a kid, Daniel would hang outside clubs like the Golden Bear in Huntington Beach to hear these blues legends perform and wait for a glimpse of them through the curtains. After cutting his teeth in South Central L.A. blues clubs with “Mighty Mouth” Delmar Evans, who worked with the Johnny Otis Show, Castro backed other great artists from Otis’ band, including Pee Wee Crayton and Little Esther Phillips. He also recorded and toured with many other artists including legendary Small Faces singer-bassist Ronnie Lane.

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  • Ed Sheeran - Make it rain Lyrics

    5:23

  • John Lee Hooker - Hard Times

    7:54

    Priceless, timeless music for your ears. Enjoy!

  • Jonny Lang - Lie To Me

    4:11

    Music video by Jonny Lang performing Lie To Me. (C) 1997 UMG Recordings, Inc.

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  • B B King & Eric Clapton - Three Oclock Blues Lyrics

    8:38

    LYRICS:

    Well now it's three o'clock in the morning
    And I can't even close my eyes
    Three o'clock in the morning
    And I can't even close my eyes
    Can't find my baby
    And I can't be satisfied

    I've looked around me
    And my baby she can't be found
    I've looked all around me, people
    And my baby she can't be found
    You know if I don't find my baby
    I'm going down to the Golden Ground
    That's where the men hang out

    Goodbye, everybody
    I believe this is the end
    Oh goodbye everybody
    I believe this is the end
    I want you to tell my baby
    Tell her please please forgive me
    Forgive me for my sins

    3 O'Clock Blues or Three O'Clock Bluesis a slow twelve-bar blues recorded by Lowell Fulson in 1946. When it was released in 1948, it became Fulson's first hit. In 1952, 3 O'Clock Blues also became B.B. King's first hit as well as one of the top-selling R&B records of 1952.Lowell Fulson recorded Three O'Clock Blues during his first recording session in June 1946 for Oakland, California-based record producer Bob Geddins. Fulson, who sang and played guitar, was accompanied by his brother Martin on second guitar.

    Riding with the King is a blues album by Eric Clapton and B.B. King that was released in 2000. It was their first collaborative album and won the 2000 Grammy Award for Best Traditional Blues Album. The album reached number one on Billboard's Top Blues Albums and was certified 2× Multi-Platinum in the United States. Riding with the King was also released on a DVD-Audio in higher resolution and with a 5.1 surround sound mix in 2000.

  • Tito Y Tarantula-After Dark

    4:12

    Rockeando!

  • Albert King - Ill Play the Blues for You, Pts. 1-2

    7:17

    If you're down an' out, an' you feel real hurt

    Come on over, to the place where I work

    An' all your loneliness, I'll try to soothe

    I'll play the blues for you



    Don't be afraid, come on in

    You might run across, yeah, some of your old friends

    All your loneliness, I've got to soothe

    I'll play the blues for you



    Come on in, sit right here, let's rap awhile

    Ya see I'm kinda lonely too, ya know?

    An' loneliness is a very bad thing

    If ya let it get the best of ya

    An' loneliness can get ya down, ya know?



    Yeah, yeah, are you comfortable now?

    Yeah, yeah, that's outta sight

    Yeah, as I was sayin' before

    Loneliness can get you down, an' I have heard of, ah

    Loneliness blowin' some good people's mind, ya know?



    But ya can't do that

    This is a big world, this is a big world

    An' there's too many nice things happenin' in this world

    You're a very pretty girl

    Where you live?



    No, no, no, disregard that, that's okay, that's okay

    Most important thing, I wanna know you

    I say, I wanna know you

    That's groovy, ain't it?

    I'll play the blues for you



    I ain't got no big name

    Oh Lord, an' I ain't no big star

    I'll play the blues for you on my guitar



    All your loneliness, I'll try to soothe

    I'll play the blues for you



    Excuse me

  • Slip away Clarence Carter

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  • George Thorogood & The Destroyers - Bad To The Bone

    4:56

    Bad To The Bone, sung By George Thorogood.
    I own nothing of this song. All credits go to George Thorogood and his producers.

  • Joe Bonamassa - Dust Bowl

    4:33

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    Dust Bowl debuted at #1, the 3rd consecutive album by Bonamassa to debut #1 on Billboards Blues Albums, and #37 on Billboard's Top 200, making it his highest-selling and chart-ranking U.S. debut to date.

    Awarded by Billboard Magazine as the #1 Blues Artist of 2010, blues-rock guitarist and singer-songwriter Joe Bonamassa performs Dust Bowl.

  • Youll Never Leave Harlan Alive as heard Justified Season 5

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    Produced, played and mixed by Nick Page (Lonely Blue Recordings)
    written by Darrell Scott
    recorded and mixed at 2x12 Studios, North hollywood, CA in 2011.
    Vocal: RF

  • Beth Hart and Joe Bonamassa - Ill Take Care Of You

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    Beth Hart and Joe Bonamassa - I'll Take Care Of You

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