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  • Best Of Chicago Blues - Urban Blues

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    Best Of Chicago Blues – Urban Blues

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    Urban Blues from the city of the lakes and prairies

    Tracklist :
    00:00 - Sonny Boy Williamson - I Know What Love Is All About
    02:38 - Elmore James - Coming Home
    05:02 - John Brim - Go Away
    07:45 - Snooky Pryor - Someone to Love Me
    10:18 - Howlin Wolf - Break of Day
    13:03 - Otis Spann - I'm Leavin' You
    15:43 - Little Walter - I've Got to Find My Baby
    18:48 - Sunnyland Slim - I Worried About My Baby
    21:45 - Big Bill Broonzy - Key to the Highway
    25:05 - Albert King - Sweet Woman
    28:01 - Eddie Boyd - 24 Hours of Fear
    30:32 - Lazy Bill - My Baby's Gone
    33:14 - Po' Joe Williams - Eula Mae
    36:00 - Dusty Brown - Rusty Dusty
    38:45 - Big Boy Spires - Tired of Being Mistreated
    41:12 - J B Hutto - Einsenhower Blues
    43:42 - Muddy Waters - Hoochie Coochie Man
    46:34 - John Lee Hooker - Boogie Chillun
    49:08 - T Bone Walker - Stormy Monday Blues
    51:54 - Muddy Waters - Long Distance Call
    54:33 - Tampa Red - Love With a Feeling
    57:54 - Elmore James - I Can't Stop Lovin' You
    01:07:00 - John Lee Hooker - Boom Boom
    01:02:37 - Howlin' Woolf - I've Got a Woman
    01:05:26 - Memphis Slim - Blues for My Baby
    01:08:12 - Bo Diddley - I'm a Man
    01:18:32 - John Lee Hooker - I'm In the Mood
    01:21:39 - Sonny Boy Williamson - Sonny Boy's Jump
    01:24:28 - Pinetop Smith - Pinetop's Boogie Woogie
    01:27:36 - Albert Ammons - Boogie Woogie Stomp

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  • Chicago Blues, Live Vol. 1

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    Chicago Blues, Live Vol. 1

    This hour long video sees some of the greatest blues musicians performing live at Buddy Guy's Tavern in Chicago. Featuring performances from George Baze, Pistol Pete, Lonnie Brooks, Junior Wells, Magic Slim and more performing some of their favourite songs including Trading Post & Hey Baby

    1. Poker Game Of Life - George Baze
    2. Red Rooster - George Baze
    3. I'm Ready - Pistol Pete & Roy Hytower
    4. Yonder Comes A Man - Pistol Pete & Roy Hytower
    5. Trading Post - Lonnie Brooks
    6. Blues With A Feeling - Lonnie Brooks
    7. Hey Baby - Hurbert Sumlin
    8. I Do the Best I Can - Hurbert Sumlin
    9. I Got My Mojo Working - Junior Wells
    10. I Wish I Knew Then What I Know Now - Junior Wells
    11. Ooh Baby - James Harman
    12. Two Sides To Every Story - James Harman
    13. Loving You - Magic Slim & The Teardrops
    14. Gotta Love Somebody - Magic Slim & The Teardrops
    15. Little Angel - Travelling Blues

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  • Blues Playlist 1 - A Mix of Chicago & Delta blues

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    Blues Playlist 1 - A Mix of Chicago & Delta blues

    Tracklist :
    00:00 - Big Bill Broonzy - Leavin' Day
    03:00 - Muddy Waters - Rollin' and Tumblin'
    08:57 - Sonny Boy Williamson - The Blues That Made Me Drunk
    11:57 - Big Joe Williams - King Biscuit Stomp
    14:28 - Big Joe Turner - Playboy Blues
    17:08 - Ralph Willis - Gonna Hop On Down the Line
    19:27 - Tiny Mayberry - Mailman Blues
    22:31 - Frankie Jaxon - Jive Man Blues
    25:26 - Dan Pickett - Early One Morning
    27:52 - John Lee Hooker - Tease Me Baby
    30:54 - Tampa Red - Big Stars Falling
    34:03 - John Brim - Rattlesnake
    37:13 - Johnny Shines - So Glad I Found You
    39:37 - Wee Bea Booze - Uncle Sam Come and Get Him
    42:51 -Jimmy Reed - Jimmy's Boogie
    45:35 - Snooky Pryor - Crosstown Blues

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  • Louisiana Blues - The Best Louisiana Sounds

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    Louisiana Blues – The Best Louisiana Sounds

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    Tracklist :
    00:00 - Clarence Frogman Henry - I Ain't Got No Home
    02:19 - Little Walter - My Babe
    04:49 - Clarence Garlow - New Bon Ton Roulay
    07:38 - Bobby Charles - Take It Easy Greasy
    09:50 - Louisiana Red - Alabama Train
    13:07 - Muddy Waters - Louisiana Blues
    15:59 - Slim Harpo - I'm a King Bee
    18:56 - Big Bill Broonzy - Southern Flood Blues
    22:12 - Big Joe Reynolds - Third Street Woman Blues
    24:52 - Little Walter - Come Back Baby
    27:54 - Bobby Charles - See You Later Alligator
    30:42 - Slim Harpo - I Got Love If You Want It
    33:26 - Lightnin' Slim - It's Mighty Crazy
    35:53 - Warren Storm - Mama Look What Your Liitle Boy's Done
    38:12 - Lightnin' Slim - My Starter Won't Start
    41:00 - Lazy Lester - I'm a Lover Not a fighter
    43:42 - Little Walter - You'd Better Watch Yourself
    46:45 - Muddy Waters & Little Walter - Forty Days and Forty Nights
    49:50 - Louisiana Red - You're Gonna Need Me Baby
    53:08 - Big Bill Broonzy - John Henry
    56:26 - Big Bill Broonzy - Key to the Highway
    59:27 - Guitar Slim - The Things That I Used to Do
    01:02:25 - Smiley Lewis - I Hear You Knocking
    01:04:56 - Al Ferrier - Hey Baby
    01:07:19 - Big Bopper - Chantilly Lace
    01:09:42 - Boozoo Davis - Paper In My Shoe
    01:11:54 - Muddy Waters - Meanest Woman
    01:14:11 – Hawketts - Mardi Gras Mambo
    01:16:19 - Earl King - Those Lonely Lonely nights
    01:18:43 - Huey Piano Smith - Rockin' New Pneumonia
    01:20:55 - Cookie & The Cupcakes - Mathilda
    01:24:06 - Lazy Lester - Sugar Coated Love
    01:26:50 - Huey Piano Smith - Don't You Just Know It
    01:29:17 - Rod Bernard - Pardon Mr. Gordon
    01:31:22 - Lightnin' Slim - Rooster Blues
    01:33:51 - Frankie Ford - Sea Cruise
    01:36:33 - Rod Bernard - This Should Go On Forever
    01:39:17 - John Fred - Shirley
    01:41:08 - Al Terry - Watchdog
    01:43:12 - Joe Jones - You Talk Too Much
    01:45:43 - Slim Harpo - Rainin' In My Heart
    01:48:14 - Big Boy Myles - New Orleans
    01:50:34 - Charles Sheffield - It's Your Voodoo Working
    01:52:17 - Clarence Frogman Henry - But I Do
    01:54:34 - Jimmy Clanton - Just a Dream
    01:57:03 - Warren Storm - Prisoner's Song

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  • Chicago Blues A Living History 2010)

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    Recorded Live on July, 8th 2012 at the Auditorium Stravinski, Montreux Jazz Festival (Switzerland)

    Tracks:

    01. Header/Intro
    02. Chicago Breakdown
    03. My Little Machine
    04. She's Love Crazy
    05. I Wish You Would
    06. They Call Me Johnny Primer
    07. Sugar Sweet
    08. Hoodoo Man Blues
    09. One More Mile
    10. Hate To See You Go
    11. Intro/Lurrie Bell
    12. My Love Will Never Die
    13. I Believe
    14. Damn Right, I've Got The Blues
    15. Band Introduction/Outro

    Musiciens:

    Billy Boy Arnold - harmonica, vocals
    Billy Branch - harmonica, vocals
    Matthew Skoller - harmonica
    John Primer - guitar, vocals
    Lurrie Bell - guitar, vocals
    Billy Flynn - guitar
    Felton Crews - bass
    Johnny Iguana - keyboards
    Kenny Beedy-Eyes Smith - drums
    Carlos Johnson - guitar, vocals

  • The Blues Brothers - Sweet Home Chicago

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    The Blues Brothers - Sweet Home Chicago (Official Audio)
    From 'The Blues Brothers: Original Soundtrack Recording' (1980)
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    Jake had a vision. It was his, the only real one he'd ever had, and he clung to it. It had always been the blues. Even back in the Rock Island City orphanage (that sweaty kid factory) Jake and Elwood were saved by the music. Actually, saved by a gray-haired janitor everybody called Curtis. He wore sinister midnight shades, a narrow black tie and a porkpie hat that he kept pushed back on his head. Curtis wrapped his waxy brown hands around his guitar neck and played the most dangerous blues this side of Robert Johnson. The nuns scorched the brothers’ days with holy threats and Curtis rescued them by night. Down in the coolness of his basement he taught them the blues and set in motion their mission: to live the healing message of music.

    Silent Elwood never did put more than two sentences together, but all those lost words burned from his Special 20 blues harp. And Joliet tore that voice from some hidden darkness, twisting his chubby body, snarling at the heavens, a born sinner. They used the basement because it was secret and because the echo gave them a nice dirty sound: Howlin’ Wolf and Little Walker, slapping like a bad dream around the chilly room. And then one night, Jake brought in a gleaming E string he said came from Elmore James’ guitar. He held it tight and as it glowed in the bulb light, Jake sliced Elwood’s middle finger and then his own. Now the solo boys with soul in their blood were brothers. Jake and Elwood Blues … the Blues Brothers.

    The official Blues Brothers YouTube channel is here to continue the mission. Come here for everything Blues Brothers, from our classic albums to upcoming events and profiles of BB accomplices.

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  • Blues Harmonica: About Last Night - FULL ALBUM

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    Blues harmonica: 'About Last Night' FULL ALBUM of best Blues Harmonica. This blues harmonica album is composed and recorded by Australian musician David Lewis Luong.

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    The harmonica made its way with the blues and African American migrants to the north, mainly to Chicago but also Detroit, St. Louis, and New York. The music played by African Americans increasingly began to use electric amplification for the guitar, harp, double bass, and a crude PA system for the vocals. Alec Rice Miller, better known as Sonny Boy Williamson II, was one of the important harmonicists of this era. Using a full blues band, he became a popular act in the South, with his daily broadcasts on the King Biscuit Time show originating live from Helena, Arkansas. He also helped to popularize the cross-harp technique, which became an important blues harmonica technique.

    A young harmonicist named Marion Little Walter Jacobs revolutionized the instrument by playing the harmonica with a microphone (typically a Bullet microphone marketed for use by radio taxi dispatchers cupped in his hands with the harmonica into a tube amplifier, giving it a punchy mid-range sound that can be heard above radio static, or an electric guitar). He cupped his hands around the instrument, tightening the air around the harp, giving it a powerful, distorted sound, somewhat reminiscent of a saxophone.

    Big Walter Horton was the favored harmonicist of many Chicago blues bandleaders, including Willie Dixon. His colorful solos used the full register of his instrument and some chromatic harmonicas. Howlin' Wolf's early recordings demonstrate great skill, particularly at blowing powerful riffs with the instrument. Sonny Boy Williamson II used the possibilities of hand effects to give a talkative feel to his harp playing. Williamson extended his influence on the young British blues rockers in the 1960s, recording with Eric Clapton and The Yardbirds and appearing on live British television. Stevie Wonder learned harmonica at age 5 and plays the instrument on many of his recordings. Jimmy Reed played harmonica on most of his blues shuffle recordings.

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  • Harmonica and Harmonica Blues: Best Harmonica Blues Full Album

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    The harmonica made its way with the blues and African American migrants to the north, mainly to Chicago but also Detroit, St. Louis, and New York. The music played by African Americans increasingly began to use electric amplification for the guitar, harp, double bass, and a crude PA system for the vocals. Alec Rice Miller, better known as Sonny Boy Williamson II, was one of the important harmonicists of this era. Using a full blues band, he became a popular act in the South, with his daily broadcasts on the King Biscuit Time show originating live from Helena, Arkansas. He also helped to popularize the cross-harp technique, which became an important blues harmonica technique.

    A young harmonicist named Marion Little Walter Jacobs revolutionized the instrument by playing the harmonica with a microphone (typically a Bullet microphone marketed for use by radio taxi dispatchers cupped in his hands with the harmonica into a tube amplifier, giving it a punchy mid-range sound that can be heard above radio static, or an electric guitar). He cupped his hands around the instrument, tightening the air around the harp, giving it a powerful, distorted sound, somewhat reminiscent of a saxophone.

    Big Walter Horton was the favored harmonicist of many Chicago blues bandleaders, including Willie Dixon. His colorful solos used the full register of his instrument and some chromatic harmonicas. Howlin' Wolf's early recordings demonstrate great skill, particularly at blowing powerful riffs with the instrument. Sonny Boy Williamson II used the possibilities of hand effects to give a talkative feel to his harp playing. Williamson extended his influence on the young British blues rockers in the 1960s, recording with Eric Clapton and The Yardbirds and appearing on live British television. Stevie Wonder learned harmonica at age 5 and plays the instrument on many of his recordings. Jimmy Reed played harmonica on most of his blues shuffle recordings.

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  • Whiskey Blues | Best of Slow Blues/Rock #2

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    Whiskey Blues Vol. 2 -1 Hour Collection of some of the finest relaxing slow #Blues/#BluesRock tunes.
    Tracklist:
    00:00 Adam Holt - The End -
    06:20 Gary B.B. Coleman - St. James Infirmary -
    11:10 12 Bar Blues Band - Love That Burns -
    18:10 Jimmy Joe's Band - I Loved Another Woman
    24:05 Big Daddy G - If This Is Love
    30:05 Kim Wilson - Five Long Years -
    36:50 The Chris Cain Band - Late Night City Blues -
    43:10 Tim Wagoner And Wild Blue Younder - Make It Rain
    48:28 Blues Underground - The Sky Is Crying (Medley)
    55:05 The Volker Strifler Band - I Smell Trouble -
    59:37 Working Blues Band - You Were Late Last Night

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  • Mississippi Blues Sounds - Born In the Delta

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    Mississippi Blues Sounds – Born In the Delta
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    00:00 - Bo Carter - Who's Been Here ?
    02:32 - The Mississippi Moaner - It's Cold In China
    05:20 - Bukka White - Special Streamline
    08:12 - Son House - Country Farm Blues
    10:22 - Garfield Akers - Dough Roller Blues
    13:30 - Robert Wilkins - I'll Go With Her
    16:35 - Sonny Boy Nelson - Street Walkin'
    19:07 - Willie Nix - Lonesome Bedroom Blues
    21:35 - John Lee Hooker - Howlin' Wolf Blues
    24:11 - Furry Lewis - Dry Land Blues
    27:16 - Willie Lofton - Dirty Mistreater
    30:03 - Robert Lee McCoy - Friar's Point Blues
    32:53 - Forrest City Joe - You Gotta Cut That Out
    35:50 - Johnnie Temple - The Evil Devil Blues
    38:54 - Arthur Petties - That Won't Do
    41:52 - Tommy Johnson - Bye Bye Blues

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  • Delta Blues Sounds - Best Of The Mississippi Deltas Stars

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    Delta Blues Sounds – Best Of the Mississippi Delta’s Stars

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    Tracklist:
    00:00 - Doctor Ross - Doctor Ross Boogie
    02:35 - Arthur Big Boy Crudup - Rock Me Mama
    05:31 - Muddy Waters - I feel Like Going Home
    08:37 - Robert Johnson - Preachin' Blues
    11:26 - Son House - Death Letter Blues
    14:54 - Mississippi Fred McDowell - Shake Em On Down
    17:35 - Sonny Boy Williamson - The Blues That Made Me Drunk
    20:36 - Elmore James - Can't Stop Lovin' You
    22:50 - Eddie Burns - Biscuit Baking Mama
    25:19 - Jimmy Rogers - Walkin' By Myself
    28:05 - Big Joe Williams - King Biscuit Stomp
    30:37 - Bukka White - Parchman Farm Blues
    33:17 - Robert Lockwood Jr - Little Boy Blue
    36:20 - Bo Carter - My Pencil Won't Write No More
    39:16 - James Cotton, Willie Nix - Baker Shop Boogie
    41:59 - Ishman Bracey - Brown Mama Blues
    45:37 - Muddy Waters - Hoochie Coochie Man
    48:26 - Robert Johnson - Dead Shrimp Blues
    50:55 - B.B. King - Please Love Me
    53:42 - Robert Petway - Rockin' Chair Blues
    56:36 - John Lee Hooker - Union Station Blues
    59:32 - Tommy Johnson - Cool Drink of Water Blues
    01:03:07 - Tom McClennan - Highway N°51
    01:05:56 - Willie Brown - Future Blues
    01:08:53 - King Solomon Hill - Tell Me Baby
    01:12:21 - Tommy Johnson - Canned Heat Blues
    01:15:58 - Bo Carter - The Ins and Out of My Girl
    01:19:03 - Caldwell Bracey - You Scolded Me
    01:22:21 - Charlie McCoy - Last Time Blues
    01:25:23 - Willie Lofton - Dirty Mistreater
    01:28:10 - Joe Calicott - Travelin' Mama Blues
    01:31:22 - Muddy Waters - I Be's Troubled
    01:34:27 - Skip James - Devil Got My Woman
    01:37:25 - Big Joe Williams - Baby Please Don't Go
    01:39:05 - Tony Hollins - Crawlin' King Snake
    01:42:12 - Robert Petway - Cattfish Blues
    01:45:03 - John Lee Hooker - Landing Blues
    01:48:29 - Elmore James - Standing At the Crossroads
    01:51:16 - Gus Cannon - Poor Boy Long Way From Home
    01:54:26 - Ishman Bracey - Leavin' Town Blues
    01:58:04 - Garfield Akers - Cottonfield Blues
    02:00:58 - The Mississippi Sheiks - Sitting On Top of the World

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  • The Best Of Chicago Blues Vol 1

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    The Best Of Chicago Blues Vol 1 (Full Album / Album complet)
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    00:00 Muddy Waters “I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man”
    02:46 Howlin' Wolf “Spoonful”
    05:31 Elmore James “Dust My Broom”
    08:17 Junior Wells “Cut That Out”
    11:08 Buddy Guy “Sit and Cry (The Blues)”
    14:11 Freddy King “Country Boy”
    16:41 Bo Diddley “I'm a Man”
    19:42 Roosevelt Sykes “Sweet Old Chicago”
    22:06 Magic Sam “All Your Love”
    25:01 Floyd Jones “On the Road Again”
    28:15 Jimmy McCracklin “Later On”
    30:50 Sonny Boy Williamson “Don't Start Me Talkin'”
    33:25 Walter 'Shakey' Horton “West Winds Are Blowing”
    36:34 Willie Dixon “29 Ways”
    38:44 Otis Rush “I Can't Quit You Baby”
    41:52 Jimmy Rogers “You're the One”
    44:27 Eddie Boyd “Third Degree”
    47:42 Robert Lockwood Jr “Glory for Man”
    50:11 Jimmy Reed “Baby What You Want Me to Do”
    52:35 Sunnyland Slim “Shake It Baby”
    55:13 Willie Mabon “I'm Mad”
    57:51 Champion Jack Dupree “Junker's Blues”
    01:01:03 Memphis Slim “Walking Alone”
    01:03:46 Sonny Boy Williamson “Checkin' up on My Baby”
    01:05:44 Howlin' Wolf “Smokestack Lightnin'”
    01:08:52 Little Walter “My Babe”

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  • Chicago Blues - Electric Blues Style

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    Chicago Blues – Electric Blues Style
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    00:00 - Muddy Waters - Hoochie Coochie Man
    02:56 - John Lee Hooker - Boogie Chillun
    05:28 - T Bone Walker - Stormy Monday Blues
    08:15 - Muddy Waters - Long Distance Call
    10:54 - Tampa Red - Love With a Feeling
    14:15 - Elmore James - I Can't Stop Lovin' You
    16:28 - John Lee Hooker - Boom Boom
    18:57 - Howlin' Wolf - I've Got a Woman
    21:46 - Memphis Slim - Blues for My Baby
    24:33 - Bo Diddley - I'm a Man
    34:55 - John Lee Hooker - I'm In the Mood
    38:00 - Sonny Boy Williamson - Sonny Boy's Jump
    40:49 - Pinetop Smith - Pinetop's Boogie Woogie
    43:58 - Albert Ammons - Boogie Woogie Stomp

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  • John Brim - Chicago Blues

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    Born in Hopkinsville, Kentucky, John Brim was a Chicago Blues artist. Van Halen and David Lee Roth covered his song “Ice Cream Man”. Regularly featured at the Chicago Blues Festival, John Brim was an authentic and fantastic blues performer. Visit our Website

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    Tracklist:
    00:00 - Rattlesnake
    03:10 - Tough Times Blues
    06:15 - It Was a Dream
    09:14 - Gary Stomp
    12:03 - Ice Cream Man
    14:49 - Drinking Woman Blues
    17:43 - Hard Pill to Swallow
    20:25 - I Would Hate to See You Go
    23:06 - Lifetime Baby
    26:09 - Go Away
    28:52 - Bus Driver Blues
    31:43 - Humming Blues
    34:43 - Young and Wild
    37:46 - Trouble In the Morning
    40:35 - That Ain't Right
    43:27 - You Got Me Where You Want Me

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    Delta Entertainment presents Chicago Blues, Live Vol. 2

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    13. Using Me - Lonnie Brooks
    14. Mellow Down Easy - Rod Piazza & The Mighty Flyers
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  • Oscar Peterson - Chicago Blues

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    The Trio Album.
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    played at the London House in Chicago - 1973

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    29:12 - John Lee Hooker - Crying All Night Long
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    40:40 - Blind Blake - Police Dog Blues
    43:32 - Snooky Pryor - I'm Getting Tired
    46:08 - John Lee Williamson - Black Gal Blues
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  • Koko Taylor Live | Chicago Blues Queen

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    Koko Taylor (born Cora Anna Walton, September 28, 1928 – June 3, 2009) was an American singer whose style encompassed Chicago blues, electric blues, rhythm and blues and soul blues. Sometimes called The Queen of the Blues,she was known for her rough, powerful vocals. - Wikipedia

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  • Hubert Sumlin at Chicago Blues, N.Y. 2000 Part 1

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    Hubert Sumlin at Chicago Blues, N.Y. 2000 Part 1 Video produced by Larry Blumenstein Video Productions. Contact: LarryBlumenstein@aol.com, 917-817-2112. (Copyright 2000) (c)

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    Hubert Sumlin (November 16, 1931 -- December 4, 2011) was an American Chicago blues and electric blues guitarist and singer.[1] He was best known for his celebrated work, from 1955, as guitarist in Howlin' Wolf's band. His singular playing was characterized by wrenched, shattering bursts of notes, sudden cliff-hanger silences and daring rhythmic suspensions.[2] Sumlin was listed as number 43 in the Rolling Stone 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time.[3]

    Sumlin favored a 1955 Gibson Les Paul Goldtop guitar and a Louis Electric Model HS M12 amplifier.[citation needed]





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    2 Discography 2.1 Albums
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    Born in Greenwood, Mississippi, United States, Sumlin was raised in Hughes, Arkansas. He got his first guitar when he was eight years old.[4] As a boy, Sumlin first met Howlin' Wolf by sneaking into a performance. When Wolf relocated from Memphis to Chicago in 1953, his long-time guitarist Willie Johnson chose not to join him. Upon his arrival in Chicago, Wolf first hired Chicago guitarist Jody Williams, and in 1954 Wolf invited Sumlin to relocate to Chicago to play second guitar in his Chicago-based band. Williams left the band in 1955, leaving Sumlin as the primary guitarist, a position he held almost continuously (except for a brief spell playing with Muddy Waters around 1956) for the remainder of Wolf's career. According to Sumlin, Howlin' Wolf sent Sumlin to a classical guitar instructor at the Chicago Conservatory of Music for awhile to learn the keyboards and scales.[5] Sumlin played on the album Howlin' Wolf, also called The Rockin' Chair Album, which was named the third greatest guitar album of all time by Mojo magazine in 2004.[6][7]

    Upon Wolf's death in 1976, Sumlin continued on with several other members of the late Howlin' Wolf's band under the name The Wolf Pack until about 1980. Sumlin has also recorded under his own name, beginning with a session recorded while touring Europe with Wolf in 1964. His final solo effort was About Them Shoes, released in 2004 by Tone-Cool Records. He underwent lung removal surgery the same year, yet Sumlin continued performing until just before his death.

    Sumlin was inducted into the Blues Foundation Hall of Fame in 2008.[8] He was nominated for four Grammy Awards; in 1999 for the album Tribute to Howlin' Wolf with Henry Gray, Calvin Jones, Sam Lay, and Colin Linden, in 2000 for Legends with Pinetop Perkins, in 2006 for his solo project About Them Shoes (which featured performances by Keith Richards, Eric Clapton, Levon Helm, David Johansen and James Cotton) and in 2010 for his participation on Kenny Wayne Shepherd's Live! in Chicago. He won multiple Blues Music Awards, and was a judge for the fifth annual Independent Music Awards to support independent artists' careers.[9]

    He died on December 4, 2011, in a hospital in Wayne, New Jersey, of heart failure at the age of 80.[10] Mick Jagger and Keith Richards paid Sumlin's funeral costs.

    Discography

    Albums

    1964

    American Folk Blues

    Amiga

    850 043

    Germany

    1969

    Hubert's American Blues ! (Scout Sc-4)



    1974

    Kings of Chicago Blues, Vol. 2

    Disques Vogue

    LDM 30175

    France, recorded 1971



    1976

    Groove

    Black & Blue

    33.511

    France, recorded 1975



    1980

    Gamblin' Woman

    L + R

    42.008

    Germany, recorded 1980



    1987

    Hubert Sumlin's Blues Party

    Black Top

    BT-1036

    US



    1989

    Heart & Soul

    Blind Pig

    BP-3389

    US



    1990

    Healing Feeling

    Black Top

    BT-1053

    US



    1991

    Blues Guitar Boss

    JSP

    239

    UK, recorded 1990 in London



    1994

    Made in Argentina 1993

    Blues Special

    9501

    Argentina, recorded 1993 in Buenos Aires with Emilion Villanueva and the Kansas City Boys



    1994

    I'm the Back Door Man

    Blues Special

    9506

    Argentina, recorded 1993 in Buenos Aires



    1996

    Blues Classics

    Bellaphon

    82007

    Germany, recorded 1964 in East Berlin



    1998

    I Know You

    APO

    2004

    US



    1998

    Wake Up Call

    Blues Planet

    1116

    US



    1999

    Pinetop Perkins & Hubert Sumlin: Legends

    Telarc

    83446

    US



    2003

    Doing the Don't

    Intuition

    34252

    Germany; Elliott Sharp's Terraplane, with Hubert Sumlin



    2004

    About Them Shoes

    Tone-Cool/Artemis Records

    51609

    US, also Rykodisc RCD 17307 in the UK

    Videos
    2005
    The Blues Guitar of Hubert Sumlin
    Homespun Tapes

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    Learn to play Blues Rhythm guitar in the Chicago style, particularly borrowing heavily from Muddy Waters. The examples can be played on acoustic or electric and are all shown with on screen tab. The examples are all pretty easy and suit a beginner to the blues guitar.

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  • Eric Clapton - Sweet home Chicago

    5:51

    Canción de un grande Robert Johnson, que esta ves escucharemos en la versión de otro grande, Eric Clapton.
    Guitarra y voz: Eric Clapton
    Guitarra: Doyle Bramhall II
    Bajo: Nathan East
    Bateria: Steve Gadd
    Organ: Billy Preston
    Piano: Chris Stianton.

  • Chicago Blues

    2:16

    A blues on my strat. I know everyone's posting blues stuff, but I thought I'd take a shot at it anyway.

  • Buddy Miles at Chicago Blues, N.Y. April 17th, 1999 Part 1 All Along The Watchtower

    22:53

    Buddy Miles at Chicago Blues, N.Y. April 17th, 1999 Part 1 All Along The Watchtower Video by Larry Blumenstein Video Productions. Contact: larryblumenstein@aol.com, 917-817-2112. (Copyright 2013) (c)
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    Best known as the drummer in Jimi Hendrix's Band of Gypsys, Buddy Miles also had a lengthy solo career that drew from rock, blues, soul, and funk in varying combinations. Born George Miles in Omaha, NE, on September 5, 1947, he started playing the drums at age nine, and joined his father's jazz band the Bebops as a mere 12 year old. As a teenager, he went on to play with several jazz and R&B outfits, most prominently backing vocal groups like Ruby & the Romantics, the Ink Spots, and the Delfonics. In 1966, he joined Wilson Pickett's touring revue, where he was spotted by blues-rock guitarist Mike Bloomfield. Bloomfield had left the Paul Butterfield Blues Band earlier in 1967 and was putting together a new group, the Electric Flag, which was slated to be an ambitious fusion of rock, soul, blues, psychedelia, and jazz. Bloomfield invited Miles to join up, and the band made its debut at the Monterey Pop Festival; unfortunately, the original lineup splintered in 1968. With founder Bloomfield gone, Miles briefly took over leadership of the band on its second studio album, which failed to reignite the public's interest.
    With the Electric Flag's horn section in tow, Miles split to form his own group, the similarly eclectic Buddy Miles Express. Signed to Mercury, the group issued its debut album, Expressway to Your Skull, in 1968, with Miles' fellow Monterey Pop alum Jimi Hendrix in the producer's chair. In turn, Miles played on Hendrix's Electric Ladyland album, and later took part in an all-star jam session that resulted in Muddy Waters' Fathers and Sons album. Hendrix also produced the Miles Express' follow-up, 1969's Electric Church, and disbanded his backing band the Experience later that year; shortly afterward, Hendrix, Miles, and bassist Billy Cox formed Band of Gypsys, one of the first all-black rock bands. Bluesier and funkier than Hendrix's previous work, Band of Gypsys didn't last long in its original incarnation; Miles departed in 1970, replaced by Experience drummer Mitch Mitchell, but not before his powerhouse work was showcased on the group's lone album, the live Band of Gypsys.
    After backing John McLaughlin on 1970's Devotion, Miles returned to the role of bandleader and recorded his most popular album, Them Changes, in 1971; it stayed on the charts for more than a year, and the title cut became Miles' signature song. From December 1971 to April 1972, Miles toured with Carlos Santana, which produced the CBS-released concert document Carlos Santana & Buddy Miles! Live!; recorded inside an inactive volcano in Hawaii, the album sold very well, climbing into the Top Ten. Miles cut a few more albums for CBS, participated in a short-lived Electric Flag reunion in 1974, then moved to Casablanca in 1975 for a pair of LPs. Aside from a one-off album for Atlantic in 1981 (Sneak Attack), Miles kept a low profile over the next decade, partly to battle personal problems.
    Miles returned in 1986 as the lead voice in a TV ad campaign that featured clay-animated raisins singing I Heard It Through the Grapevine; the ads proved so popular that a kid-friendly musical franchise was spun off, and thus Miles became the lead singer of the California Raisins, performing on two albums (mostly R&B covers) and a Christmas special. Additionally, Miles rejoined his old friend Carlos Santana as the official lead vocalist of Santana during part of the late '80s, making his studio debut on 1987's Freedom. In the early '90s, Miles played with Bootsy Collins (both solo and as members of Hardware), and in 1994 he formed a new version of the Express and recorded Hell and Back for Rykodisc. Miles Away From Home followed in 1997 on Hip-O. Miles toured steadily through the '90s, and subsequently formed a more straightforward blues band called the Blues Berries with guitarist Rocky Athas; their first album, Blues Berries, appeared on Ruf in 2002.

  • Billy Branch , Lurrie Bell & The Sons Of Blues ~ Chicagos Young Blues Generation 1982

    41:25

    Modern Harmonica Electric Chicago Blues 1982
    Enjoy . my friends !!!
    Track List
    Help Me vocals Billy Branch 00:00:00
    Breakin' Up Somebody's Home vocals Lurrie Bell 00:06:52
    Sweet Little Angel vocals Lurrie Bell 00:14:14
    Don't Start Me Talking vocals Billy Branch 00:20:01
    Just A Litle Bit vocals Lurrie Bell 00:24:37
    I Need You So Bad vocals Lurrie Bell 00:28:41
    Mystery Train vocals Lurrie Bell 00:34:05

  • Blues Guitar Lessons - Style of Jesus Left Chicago - ZZ Top Inspired - Blues Rock Guitar Lesson

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  • Billy Branch & Demetria Taylor | Chicago Blues | Black Note | 16/3/2018

    1:57:09

    Billy Branch es una leyenda del Blues.

    Ha recibido numerosos premios musicales y también humanitarios con su “Blues in Schools Program”.

    Para la gira española viene acompañado el guitarrista principal Giles Corey que forma parte de su banda desde 1997, y por Medicine Man decanos del Blues Alicantino.

    Como invitada especial para el concierto, se cuenta con la participación de la “Blues diva” Demetria Taylor, hija de la leyenda del Blues Eddie Taylor.

    Voz y armónica: Billy Branch
    Guitarras: Giles Corey y Victor Jordá
    Bajo: Rafa Navas
    Batería: Ruben Marcet
    Artista invitada: Demetria Taylor, voz

  • Joanna Connor - Whipping Post - 6/7/19 Chicago Blues Festival

    7:07

    (Filmed by Natasha in 1080 HD)
    Joanna Connor - Guitar & Vocals, Jay Red - Bass, Ty - Drums, Delby Littlejohn - Keys
    Filmed & Recorded on June 7, 2019 at the Chicago Blues Festival

  • Big Bill Broonzy - The Voice of a Blues Pioneer

    1:38:39

    Big Bill Broonzy – The Voice of a Blues Pioneer

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    00:00 - Black Brown and White Blues
    03:00 - Key to the Highway
    06:02 - Stump Blues
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    12:10 - Trouble In Mind
    15:36 - Mississippi River Blues
    18:17 - See See Rider
    22:33 - Hey Hey !
    25:26 - Long Tall Mama
    28:14 - Texas Tornado
    32:48 - Backwater Blues
    36:06 - Martha
    40:20 - I Know She Will
    43:32 - Swing Low Sweet Chariot
    45:31 - Leavin' Day
    48:30 - Key to the Highway
    51:50 - Goodbye Baby Blues
    55:12 - Kind Hearted Blues
    58:37 - Willie Mae
    01:01:25 - Louise Blues
    01:05:56 - Hollerin' Blues
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    01:15:02 - Bossie Woman
    01:19:36 - Tell Me What Kind of Man Jesus Is
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    01:25:49 - Mopper's Blues
    01:28:27 - John Henry
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    01:35:11 - Big Bill Blues

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  • Blues In The Night - Landmark Blues

    2:19:57

    Blues In The Night – Landmark Blues

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    “Blues in the night” is a landmark blues playlist

    Tracklist :
    00:00 - John Lee Hooker - Every Night
    02:58 - Memphis Slim - Whisky Drinking Blues
    06:10 - Martha Davis - I'm Fer It
    09:06 - Blind Willie McTell - Dark Night Blues
    12:01 - Elmore James - I Held My Baby Last Night
    15:26 - Big Maybelle - Ain't to Be Played With
    17:55 - Lightnin' Hopkins - Last Night Blues
    23:11 - Lowell Fulson - I'm a Night Owl
    25:44 - Johnny Guitar Watson - Love Me Baby
    28:34 - Muddy Waters - Little Anna Mae
    31:06 - Howlin' Wolf - All Night Boogie
    33:20 - Big Mama Thornton - Walking Blues
    36:17 - Robert Nighthawk - Black Angel Blues
    39:19 - Eddie Boyd - Third Degree
    42:33 - Jimmy Rogers - That's Allright
    45:20 - Professor Longhair - In the Night
    47:50 - Little Walter - I Hate to See You Go
    50:05 - Sunnyland Slim - Johnson Machine Gun
    52:57 - Jimmy Rogers - Chicago Bound
    55:32 - Sonny Boy Williamson - Ninety Nine
    58:09 - Sugar Blue - Don't Start Me Talkin'
    01:01:58 - Little Walter - Roller Coaster
    01:04:51 - Willie Dixon - 29 Days
    01:07:00 - Sugar Blue - Cold Blooded Man
    01:11:42 - Howlin Wolf - Wand Dang Doodle
    01:14:05 - Jimmy Witherspoon - When the Lights Go Out
    01:16:55 - John Brim - Rattlesnake
    01:20:04 - Willie Dixon - Walking the Blues
    01:23:03 - Otis Spann - I'm Leaving You
    01:25:42 - Blind Boy Fuller - Rag Mama Rag
    01:28:45 - Jimmy & Walter - Easy
    01:31:44 - Howlin Wolf - Moanin' At Midnight
    01:34:39 - Eddie Taylor - Big Town Playboy
    01:37:36 - Jimmy Rogers - Sloppy Drunk
    01:40:36 - Muddy Waters - I Can't Be Satisfied
    01:43:17 - Bo Diddley - Who Do You Love ?
    01:45:45 - John Lee Hooker - Walkin' the Boogie
    01:48:27 - Tom Dickinson - Labor Blues
    01:51:26 - Lowell Fulson - Trouble Trouble
    01:54:17 - Bo Carter - Banana In Your Fruit Basket
    01:57:24 - Bo Diddley - Pills
    02:00:12 - Big Bill Broonzy - Black Brown and White
    02:03:16 - Doctor Ross - Doctor Ross Boogie
    02:05:52 - Eddie Burns - Biscuit Baking Mama
    02:08:21 - The Delta Boys - Black Gal Swing
    02:11:11 - Sonny Boy Williamson - Keep It to Yourself
    02:13:59 - John Lee Hooker - Leave My Wife Alone
    02:16:46 - Muddy Waters - I'm Ready
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  • Blues Songs Playlist 2019 - Best Of Blues Music Compilation - Top Hits Blues Songs

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    Blues Songs Playlist 2019 - Best Of Blues Music Compilation - Top Hits Blues Songs
    Blues Songs Playlist 2019 - Best Of Blues Music Compilation - Top Hits Blues Songs
    Blues Songs Playlist 2019 - Best Of Blues Music Compilation - Top Hits Blues Songs

  • Sonny Boy Williamson - The Best Of Vol 1

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    Sonny Boy Williamson - The Best Of Vol 1 (Full Album / Album complet)
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    00:00 “All My Love In Vain” Sonny Boy Williamson
    02:50 “The Key (To Your Door)” Sonny Boy Williamson
    06:06 “Keep It To Yourself” Sonny Boy Williamson
    08:58 “Dissatisfied” Sonny Boy Williamson
    11:44 “Fattening Frogs And Snakes” Sonny Boy Williamson
    14:06 “Wake Up Baby” Sonny Boy Williamson
    17:05 “Your Funeral And My Trial” Sonny Boy Williamson
    19:37 “99” Sonny Boy Williamson
    22:16 “Cross My Heart” Sonny Boy Williamson
    25:40 “Let Me Explain” Sonny Boy Williamson
    28:35 “Don't Start Me Talkin'” Sonny Boy Williamson
    31:11 “I Don't Know” Sonny Boy Williamson
    33:37 “Your Imagination” Sonny Boy Williamson
    36:37 “Born Blind” Sonny Boy Williamson
    39:10 “Let Your Conscience Be Your Guide” Sonny Boy Williamson
    41:30 “Unseeing Eye” Sonny Boy Williamson
    44:30 “Crazy 'Bout You Baby” Sonny Boy Williamson
    47:33 “Eyesight To The Blind” Sonny Boy Williamson

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  • Sugar Blue, King of Harmonica Blues - The Paris Sessions

    1:12:45

    Sugar Blue is a star of the Chicago Blues scene, and is known for playing harmonica on the Rolling Stones single “Miss You” and on other tracks such as “Some Girls” and “Send It to Me”. Sugar Blue was born in Harlem and made his debuts with Willie Dixon, Roosevelt Sykes, Johnny Shines and Louisiana Red. When he came to Paris in 1977, pianist and singer Memphis Slim hooked him up with some memorable recording sessions. Sugar Blue’s song “Another Man Done Gone” is part of a compilation called “Blues Explosion” which won a Grammy award in 1984. In 1987 Sugar Blue appeared with Brownie McGhee in the Alan Parker’ film “Angel Heart”.




    1 Cold Blooded Man
    2 Another Man Done Gone
    3 Don’t Start Me Talkin’
    4 Pontiac
    5 Devil Woman
    6 Help Me
    7 Key to the Highway
    8 That’s All Right
    9 Shed No Tears
    10 Begging the Girl to Go
    11 Dark and Hungry
    12 War Zone
    13 Who’s Been Talking
    14 Secret Lover

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