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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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    Best of Blues, from Mississipi to Chicago

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    Tracklist:
    00:00 - Howlin' Wolf - Smokestack Lightnin'
    03:07 - John Lee Hooker - Boom Boom
    05:35 - Muddy Waters - Rock Me
    08:47 - Screamin' Jay Hawkins - I Put a Spell on You
    11:12 - Big Mama Thornton - Hound Dog
    14:02 - Aretha Franklin - Today I Sing the Blues
    16:48 - Robert Johnson - Sweet Home Chicago
    19:50 - Johnny Cash - I Walk the Line
    22:34 - Fats Domino - Blueberry Hill
    24:55 - Freddy King - I'm Tore Down
    27:33 - Amos Milburn - One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer
    30:47 - B.B. King - Sweet Little Angel
    33:47 - Big Joe Turner - S. K. Blues, Pt. 1
    36:48 - Sister Rosetta Tharpe- Crying in the Chapel (Ft. Kelly Owens Quartet)
    39:16 - Albert King - Don't Throw Your Love on Me so Strong
    42:13 - Howlin' Wolf - The Red Rooster
    44:39 - Kokomo Arnold - Milk Cow Blues
    47:46 - Jimmy Reed - Baby What You Want Me to Do
    50:09 - The Coasters - Young Blood
    52:30 - Sidney Bechet - Blues in Paris
    55:50 - Leadbelly - Where Did You Sleep Last Night
    58:52 - Chuck Berry - Driftin' Blues
    01:01:13 - John Lee Hooker - Shake It Baby
    01:05:18 - Skip James - Devil Got My Woman
    01:08:17 - Johnny Cash - Folsom Prison Blues
    01:11:03 - Memphis Slim - Nobody Loves Me
    01:13:52 - Muddy Waters - Mannish Boy
    01:16:48 - Howlin' Wolf - Spoonful
    01:19:31 - Lightnin' Hopkins - Mojo Hand
    01:22:31 - Jimmy Witherspoon- Ain't Nobody's Business (Ft. Jay McShann)
    01:25:27 - Sidney Bechet - St. Louis Blues
    01:29:40 - Jimmy Reed - Bright Lights, Big City
    01:32:28 - Arthur 'Big Boy' Crudup - That's Allright
    01:35:19 - Memphis Minnie - Me and My Chauffeur Blues
    01:38:05 - J.B. Lenoir - Eisenhower Blues
    01:40:58 - Chuck Berry - Worried Life Blues
    01:43:08 - James Brown - Try Me
    01:45:40 - Muddy Waters - Sugar Sweet
    01:48:11 - Robert Johnson - Cross Road Blues
    01:50:50 - Big Joe Williams - P-Vine Blues
    01:54:01 - Howlin' Wolf - I've Got a Woman
    01:56:55 - Sonny Boy Williamson - Stop Right Now
    01:59:20 - T-Bone Walker - Call It Stormy Monday
    02:02:21 - John Lee Hooker - Whiskey and Wimmen
    02:05:18 - Jimmy Reed - Big Boss Man
    02:08:07 - The Coasters - Down in Mexico
    02:11:23 - Johnny Cash - Oh Lonesome Me
    02:13:53 - Sidney Bechet - Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gives to Me
    02:19:34 - Elmore James - Dust My Broom
    02:22:19 - Bo Diddley - I'm a Man

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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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    Boogie-woogie, Classic female blues, Country blues, Delta blues, Electric blues, Fife and drum blues, Jump blues, Piano blues, Chicago blues, Detroit blues, East Coast blues, Kansas City blues, Louisiana blues, Memphis blues, New Orleans blues, St. Louis blues, West Coast blues: tous les Blues sont sur: « US 61 – The Blues Highway » :

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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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    Chicago Blues - Electric Blues Style

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    Chicago Blues – Electric Blues Style
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    Tracklist :

    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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    Blues Playlist 1 - A Mix of Chicago & Delta blues

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    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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    The Best Of Chicago Blues Vol 2

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    The Best Of Chicago Blues Vol 2 (Full Album / Album complet)
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    00:00 Junior Wells “Come on in This House”
    02:21 Tampa Red “Things 'Bout Comin' My Way”
    05:47 Muddy Waters “I'm Ready”
    08:51 Otis Rush “Double Trouble”
    11:35 Sonny Boy Williamson “Keep It to Yourself”
    14:25 Memphis Minnie “Dirty Mother for You”
    17:09 Magic Sam “Easy Baby”
    19:54 Jimmy Rogers “Chicago Bound”
    22:35 Elmore James “Make My Dreams Come True”
    25:17 Floyd Jones “Early Morning”
    28:13 Bo Diddley “Say Man”
    31:26 Sunnyland Slim “Woman Trouble”
    34:22 Howlin' Wolf “How Many More Years”
    37:04 Little Brother Montgomery “Vicksburg Blues '51”
    39:31 Jimmy McCracklin “I Know”
    41:47 Willie Mabon “Poison Ivy”
    44:38 Jimmy Reed “The Sun Is Shining”
    47:28 Junior Wells “Junior's Wail”
    50:23 Little Walter “You're so Fine”
    53:27 Jimmy Nelson “Free and Easy Mind”
    56:26 Buddy Guy “Try to Quit You Baby”
    59:03 Willie Nix “Truckin' Little Woman”
    01:01:42 Percy Mayfield “Are You out There?”
    01:04:39 Willie Dixon “Walkin' the Blues”

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    Robert Johnson, B.B. King, Buddy Guy, Bo Diddley, Big Bill Broonzy, Lightnin’ Hopkins, Memphis Minnie, Sonny Boy Williamson, John Lee Hooker, Muddy Waters, Big Joe Turner, Elmore James: Tous les artistes de Blues sont sur: « US 61 – The Blues Highway » :

    Boogie-woogie, Classic female blues, Country blues, Delta blues, Electric blues, Fife and drum blues, Jump blues, Piano blues, Chicago blues, Detroit blues, East Coast blues, Kansas City blues, Louisiana blues, Memphis blues, New Orleans blues, St. Louis blues, West Coast blues: tous les Blues sont sur: « US 61 – The Blues Highway » :

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    The Best Of Chicago Blues Vol 3

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    The Best Of Chicago Blues Vol 3 (Full Album / Album complet)
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    00:00 Jimmy Reed “Pretty Thing”
    02:44 Bo Diddley “Who Do You Love”
    05:14 Otis Spann “It Must Have Been the Devil”
    07:56 Robert Nighthawk “Six Three O”
    10:49 Howlin' Wolf “The Red Rooster”
    13:17 St. Louis Jimmy “So Nice and Kind”
    16:21 Junior Wells “Two-Headed Woman”
    19:02 Muddy Waters “Trouble No More”
    21:44 Buddy Guy “Broken Hearted Blues”
    25:04 Little Johnny Jones “Big Town Playboy”
    27:59 Walter 'Shakey' Horton “Black Gal”
    30:57 Eddie Boyd “Five Long Years”
    33:40 Little Walter “Juke”
    36:25 Freddie King “That's What You Think”
    39:01 Elmore James “Cry for Me Baby”
    41:48 Willie Mabon “I Don't Know”
    44:58 Johnny Shines “Joliet Blues”
    47:37 Howlin' Wolf “I Asked for Water (She Gave Me Gasoline)”
    50:27 Sunnyland Slim “Be Mine Alone”
    53:10 Sonny Boy Williamson “Eyesight to the Blind”
    56:13 Otis Rush “So Many Roads, so Many Trains”
    59:26 Muddy Waters “I Can't Be Satisfied”
    01:02:09 Junior Wells “I Could Cry”
    01:05:18 Jimmy Rogers “That's Alright”
    01:08:05 Buddy Guy “This Is the End”

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    Boogie-woogie, Classic female blues, Country blues, Delta blues, Electric blues, Fife and drum blues, Jump blues, Piano blues, Chicago blues, Detroit blues, East Coast blues, Kansas City blues, Louisiana blues, Memphis blues, New Orleans blues, St. Louis blues, West Coast blues: tous les Blues sont sur: « US 61 – The Blues Highway » :

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    Blues-rock favorites, compilation of 8 more songs- Part 5

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    Mix of live and studio versions of songs from some favorite blues-rock artists and vocalists. All videos already available on YouTube. I have no financial interests in posting this video.
    For list of songs, click Show More below:
    00:00 The Thrill Is Gone - BB King, Eric Clapton, Robert Cray, Jimmie Vaughan & friends - Guitar Crossroads Toyota Park, Chicago 2010.
    11:00 No Medicine Like The Blues - Buck 69.
    19:49 Trouble At Home - Gary Moore- Rare performance Sofia, Bulgaria 2007.
    25:24 Rocking Chair Blues - Isaac Scott.
    35:16 I´ll Take Care Of You- Joe Bonamassa and Beth Hart - Live NY Beacom Theater 2011.
    40:49 All Over Again - The Stumble. [Original lyrics by B.B. King]
    51:48 Mary Had a Little Lamb - Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble - Austin City Limits 1989.
    57:31 A Soul That's Been Abused - Ronnie Earl feat. Duke Robillard.

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    Sweet Home Chicago

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    Sweet Home Chicago is a popular blues standard in the twelve bar form. It was first recorded and is credited to have been written by Robert Johnson. Over the years the song has become one of the most popular anthems for the city of Chicago despite ambiguity in Johnson's original lyrics.

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    Best Of BB King | 80 Minutes of The Blues Legend

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    Playlist -

    01 - Three O'Clock Blues
    02 - Please Love Me
    03 - You Upset Me Baby
    04 - Sweet Sixteen, Parts One & Two
    05 - Rock Me Baby
    06 - How Blue Can You Get
    07 - Every Day I Have The Blues (live)
    08 - Sweet Little Angel (live)
    09 - Don't Answer The Door
    10 - Paying The Cost To Be The Boss
    11 - The Thrill Is Gone
    12 - Nobody Loves Me But My Mother
    13 - Chains And Things
    14 - Ain't Nobody Home
    15 - I Like To Live The Love
    16 - Never Make A Move Too Soon
    17 - Better Not Look Down
    18 - There Must Be A Better World Somewhere
    19 - When Love Comes To Town (7' version)
    20 - Ten Long Years
    21 - I'll Survive

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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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    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

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    Piano Blues 1 - A two hour long compilation

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    Tracklist:
    0:00:00 - Jay McShann - Cherry Red (Feat. Tjomas Puggård Müller)
    0:03:22 - Jesse Yawn - I Got The Blues
    0:07:10 - Katie Webster - I'm Still Leaving You
    0:10:46 - Eric Bibb - Don't Ever Let Nobody Drag Your Spirit Down (Feat. Maria Mildaur & Rory Block)
    0:14:08 - Roomful Of Blues - Boogie Woogie Country Girl
    0:17:26 - Philip Walker - Happy Man Blues (Feat. Rusty Zinn & Al Blake)
    0:20:26 - Kenny Blues Boss Wayne - Tangueray
    0:25:22 - Saffire - The Uppity Blues Women - Tom Cat Blues
    0:28:10 - Luca Sestak - E-Flat Blues
    0:31:39 - Mojo Blues Band - Wee Baby Blues
    0:34:51 - Marcia Ball - Louella
    0:39:15 - Eric Clapton - They're Red Hot
    0:42:37 - Robben Ford & The Blue Line - When I Leave Here
    0:47:28 - Lacy Gibson - Wish Me Well
    0:50:21 - Billy Boy Arnold - Worried Life Blues
    0:53:46 - Thorbjørn Risager - Play On
    0:56:53 - Son Seals - Sadie
    1:03:00 - Carey Bell - Everything's Gonna Be All Right
    1:07:35 - Ann Rabson - Music Makin' Mama
    1:10:47 - Floyd Dixon - You Know That'll Get It
    1:13:20 - Corey Harris - There's No Substitute For Love (Feat. Henry Butler)
    1:17:30 - Saffire - The Uppity Blues Women - Dr. Blues
    1:21:40 - Lovie Lee - Sweet Little Girl
    1:24:52 - Mr. B - Little Brother (Feat. J.C. Heard)
    1:29:12 - Corey Harris - Let 'Em Roll (Feat. Henry Butler)
    1:33:26 - The Rides (Stephen Stills, Kenny Wayne Shepherd & Barry Goldberg) - Talk To Me Baby
    1:37:10 - Johnny Big Moose Walker - Worry, Worry
    1:41:24 - Katie Webster - Black Satin
    1:45:12 - Corey Harris - What Man Have Done (Feat. Henry Butler)
    1:49:10 - Eric Clapton - 32-20 Blues
    1:52:07 - Ann Robson - Givin' It All Away
    1:56:06 - Mojo Blues Band - The Mayor's Players
    2:00:16 - Lovie Lee - I Dare You
    2:03:01 - The Jumptarts - Sunny Day Blues (Feat. Little Bobby)

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    Instrumental Blues - A two hour long compilation

    2:29:09

    Tracklist is in the comment section! The playlist Blues Instrumental is now available in Spotify:

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    Chicago Blues, Live Vol. 2

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    Delta Entertainment presents Chicago Blues, Live Vol. 2

    In this hour long video we see some of the greatest blues musicians performing live at Buddy Guy's Tavern in Chicago. Featuring performances from Magic Slim, Mike Morgan & The Crawl, James Harman, Maria Muldaur, Lonnie Brooks and more performing some of their favourite songs including Mustang Sally & C C Rider

    1. Introduction
    2. Mustang Sally - Magic Slim & The Teardrops
    3. I Love You Baby - Magic Slim & The Teardrops
    4. You Don't Know How Much I Love You - Mike Morgan & The Crawl
    5. Baby Please Don't Go - Mike Morgan & The Crawl
    6. Jim Beam - James Harman
    7. Just A Little Bit - Fenton Robinson
    8. So Long - Fenton Robinson
    9. Please Send Me Someone To Love - Maria Muldaur
    10. Cajun Mood - Maria Muldaur
    11. I Got My Mojo Working - John Katke
    12. Rockin' And Reelin' - John Katke
    13. Losing Hand - John Studebaker & The Nighthawks
    14. She's A Witch - Lonnie Brooks
    15. Something You Got - Lonnie Brooks
    16. C C Rider - Travelling Blues

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    Howlin Wolf - Chicago Blues, Birth of Rock & Roll

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    Howlin Wolf – Chicago Blues, Birth of Rock & Roll

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    Chicago Blues, Live Vol. 4

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    Delta Entertainment presents Chicago Blues, Vol. 4

    In Vol. 4 we see performances from Junior Wells, George Baze, Magic Slim, Fenton Robinson, Howard & The White Boys and more performing some of their favourite songs including Talk To Me Baby & Turn On Your Love Light live at Buddy Guy's Tavern in Chicago

    1. My Baby - Hubert Sumlin
    2. Rough Riding - Hubert Sumlin
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    4. The Reason Why - Junior Wells & Buddy Guy
    5. I'm A Man - George Baze & Pistol Pete
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    7. Left And Right - James Harman
    8. Yonder Comes A Man - Magic Slim
    9. Talk To Me Baby - Magic Slim
    10. I Cry A Million Tears Every Day - Mike Morgan & The Crawl
    11. Kinda Man I Am - Mike Morgan & The Crawl
    12. Rain Check - Fenton Robinson
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    This Is The Blues 35 - Live 1976 -1977

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    Modern Electric Chicago Blues Live 1976 - 1977
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    Eddy ''The Chief'' Clearwater & Jimmy Dawkins Let's Jam
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    Jimmy Dawkins Welfare Line 00:04:52
    Eddy ''The Chief'' Clearwater I Came Up The Hard Way
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    Jimmy Dawkins You Don't Love Me 00:21:05
    Eddie ''Playboy'' Taylor Down In Virginia 00:25:34
    Eddy ''The Chief'' Clearwater Three Ways To Skin A Cat 00:28:31
    Eddie ''Playboy'' Taylor Lucky You 00:34:06
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    Eddie ''Playboy'' Taylor Opening 00:41:59
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    Eddie ''Playboy'' Taylor Red Light 00:49:01
    Hip Linkchain Hip's Jam 00:53:33
    Eddie ''Playboy'' Taylor Big Town Playboy 00:56:57
    Hip Linkchain All Right The Way You Do 01:00:24
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    Eddie ''Playboy'' Taylor Route 66 01:21:52
    John Littlejohn All I Want 01:27:42
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    Eddie ''Playboy'' Taylor Blues For Luc 01:38:59
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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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    Chicago Blues, Live Vol. 3

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    Delta Entertainment presents Chicago Blues, Live Vol. 3

    In this video we see some of the greatest blues musicians performing live at Buddy Guy's Tavern in Chicago. Featuring performances from Keb' Mo' , Earl King, Clarence Hollimon, Carol Fran, Lonnie Brooks and more performing some of their favourite songs including Sweet Home Chicago & I'm a Man

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    2. Anybody Seen My Girl? - Keb' Mo'
    3. Love Blues - Keb' Mo'
    4. Bluebird Blues - Billy Branch & The Sons of the Blues
    5. I'm a Man - Billy Branch & The Sons of the Blues
    6. (You Make My) Blood Run Cold - Robert Ward
    7. If You Leave Me - Robert Ward
    8. Things I Used To Do - Earl King
    9. Your Love Is Real - Clarence Hollimon
    10. You Got Me Runnin' - Carol Fran & Clarence Hollimon
    11. How Can You Be So Evil? - Carol Fran & Clarence Hollimon
    12. Mojo Hand - Lonnie Brooks
    13. Using Me - Lonnie Brooks
    14. Mellow Down Easy - Rod Piazza & The Mighty Flyers
    15. Blues Around Lunchtime - The Mighty Flyers
    16. Sweet Home Chicago - George Baze
    17. Early In The Morning - Travelling Blues

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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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    Blues Music, Traditional Blues Classics Compilation

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    Howlin Wolf - Howlin Wolf Full Album The Best Of Blues Music

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    Chester Arthur Burnett (June 10, 1910 – January 10, 1976), known as Howlin' Wolf, was a Chicago blues singer, guitarist and harmonica player, originally from Mississippi. With a booming voice and looming physical presence, he is one of the best-known Chicago blues artists. Musician and critic Cub Koda noted, no one could match Howlin' Wolf for the singular ability to rock the house down to the foundation while simultaneously scaring its patrons out of its wits. Producer Sam Phillips recalled, When I heard Howlin' Wolf, I said, 'This is for me. This is where the soul of man never dies'. Several of his songs, including Smokestack Lightnin', Back Door Man, Killing Floor and Spoonful, have become blues and blues rock standards. In 2004, Rolling Stone magazine ranked him number 51 on its list of the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time.
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    Chicago Blues, Live Vol. 5

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    Delta Entertainment presents Chicago Blues, Live Vol. 5

    Live from Buddy Guy's Tavern and the Chicago Blues Festival.
    Featuring performances from Son Seals, Maria Muldaur, Carol Fran, Clarence Hollimon, Howard & The White Boys, John Studebaker & The Hawks, Rod Piazza & The Mighty Flyers and more

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    2. Baby Please - Son Seals
    3. Move On Down The Line - Son Seals
    4. Kindhearted Woman Blues - Keb' Mo'
    5. Ain't Got No Woman - Keb' Mo'
    6. I'm A Woman - Maria Muldaur
    7. Without A Friend Like You - Maria Muldaur
    8. Don't Let The Green Grass Fool You - Billy Branch & The Sons of the Blues
    9. Sweet Home Chicago - Billy Branch & The Sons of the Blues
    10. Something For Nothing - Robert Ward
    11. Keep Your Hand On Your Heart - Carol Fran & Clarence Hollimon
    12. I Wanna Know - Howard & the White Boys
    13. Drink You Off My Mind - James Harman
    14. I Got News For You - James Harman
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    Mississippi Blues Sounds - Born In the Delta

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    Whiskey Blues | Best of Slow Blues/Rock #3

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    Whiskey Blues Vol. 3 -1 Hour Collection of some of the finest relaxing slow #Blues/#BluesRock tunes. Tracklist:
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    08:10 The Superstitions - Tin Pan Alley
    13:45 Working Blues Band - Who's Been Talking
    17:45 Fred James - Life is Hard
    23:40 Eddy Wilson's Blues Band - I Just Can't Wait No More
    28:00 Roxy Perry - House Of The Rising Sun
    33:05 The Nortons - Married to the Blues
    41:00 Jimmy Dawkins - Me, My Guitar And The Blues
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    Little Walter - The Blues Harmonica Legend

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    Little Walter – The Blues Harmonica Legend

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    03:08 - My Babe
    05:39 - Juke
    08:21 - Blues With a Feeling
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    14:06 - Mean Old World
    16:58 - Who
    19:21 - You'd Better Watch Yourself
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    25:12 - Tell Me Mama
    27:58 - Come Back Baby
    31:01 - Boom Boom Out Goes the Lights
    33:41 - I Can't Hold Out Much Longer
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    41:51 - Quarter to Twelve

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    Sonny Boy Williamson - All the Best

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    TRACKLIST
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    02-Fattening Frogs For Snakes 04.38
    03- Keep it to Yourself 06.57
    04- Cool Cool Blues 11.39
    05- I Don't Care No More 14.30
    06-Take It Easy Baby 17.36
    07- Cross My Heart 22.03
    08- Don't Start Me Talkin 25.23
    09- Let Me Explain 27.55
    10- The Key (To Your Door) 30.44
    11- Wake Up Baby 33.58
    12- Your Funeral My Trial 36.17
    13-Baby Don´t Worry 39.31
    14- 23 Hours Too Long 43.46
    15- Out on the Water Coast 49.04
    16- All My Love In Vain 52.17
    17- Dissatisfied 55.03
    18- Pontiac Blues 57.43
    19- Bye Bye Bird 01.00.21
    20- Ninety Nine 01.02.55

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    Alex or Aleck Miller (né Ford, possibly December 5, 1912[3] – May 24, 1965), known later in his career as Sonny Boy Williamson, was an American blues harmonica player, singer and songwriter. He was an early and influential blues harp stylist who recorded successfully in the 1950s and 1960s. Miller used various names, including Rice Miller and Little Boy Blue, before calling himself Sonny Boy Williamson, which was also the name of a popular Chicago blues singer and harmonica player. To distinguish the two, Miller has been referred to as Sonny Boy Williamson II. He first recorded with Elmore James on Dust My Broom. Some of his popular songs include Don't Start Me Talkin', Help Me, Checkin' Up on My Baby, and Bring It On Home. He toured Europe with the American Folk Blues Festival and recorded with English rock musicians, including the Yardbirds, the Animals, and Jimmy Page. Help Me became a blues standard, and many blues and rock artists have recorded his songs.

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    JUNIOR WELLS - Hoodoo Man Blues 1965

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    Ships On The Ocean 4:07
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    Hound Dog 2:12
    In The Wee Hours 3:42
    Hey Lawdy Mama 3:10
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    We're Ready 3:33
    You Don't Love Me, Baby 2:58
    Chitlin Con Carne 2:12
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    Relax Blues Music - The Best of Blues Songs Mix

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    The Best of Relax Blues Songs Mix For Full 10 Hours!

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    The Blues Brothers - Sweet Home Chicago

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    The Blues Brothers - Sweet Home Chicago (Official Audio)
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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.

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    Jazz Gillum - Chicago Blues On Air

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    Jazz Gillum – Chicago Blues On Air

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    00:00 - I'm Gonna Leave You On the Outskirts of Town
    02:53 - War Time Blues
    05:35 - I Want You By My Side
    09:03 - Tell Me Mama
    12:14 - I'm Gonna Train My Baby
    15:14 - Take a Little Walk With Me
    18:18 - Look What You Are Today
    21:13 - Riley Springs Blues
    24:20 - You Are Doing Me Wrong
    27:08 - I'm Gonna Get It
    29:44 - It Looks Bad for You
    32:32 - Down South Blues
    35:44 - Keep On Sailing
    38:29 - Country Woman Blues
    41:29 - I'l Not the Lad

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    Mojo Buford Chicago blues/ Best friend blues

    7:44

    Very rare 45 probably from the early 70's. Chicago blues/ Best friend blues. Many thanks to Jose Yrrabera for sharing this odd item.

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    This Is The Blues 11 ~ 1970

    1:5:44

    Modern Electric Chicago Blues 1970

    Track List
    Johnny Shines My Love Can't Hide 00:00
    Johnny Jenkins & Duane Allman My Love Will Never Die 03:38
    Howlin' Wolf & Eric Clapton Goin' Down Slow 09:10
    Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac It Takes Time 15:06
    Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac Got A Mind To Give Up Living 22:42
    Charlie Musselwhite Blue Feeling Today 30:38
    Fenton Robinson Little Turch 35:41
    Mighty Joe Young Every Man Needs A Woman 39:32
    Big Mama Thornton & Buddy Guy Ball & Chain 48:00
    Junior Wells & Buddy Guy I Could Have Had Religion 54:03
    Phillip Walker Trouble In My Home 57:13
    Willie Williams Back To Mississippi 01:00:07
    Hubert Sumlin Minor Feelings 01:02:17
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    The Climax Chicago Blues Band - The Climax Chicago Blues Band 1969

    42:13

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    Colin Cooper - vocals, harmonica
    Peter Haycock - lead guitar, slide guitar, vocals
    Arthur Wood - piano, organ, celeste, harmonium
    Derek Holt - rhythm guitar, organ, bass
    Richard Jones - bass
    George Newsome - drums

    Tracks Listing

    A1.Mean Old World
    A2.Insurance
    A3.Going Down This Road
    A4.You've Been Drinking
    A5.Don't Start Me Talkin'
    A6.Wee Baby Blues
    B1.Twenty Past One
    B2.A Stranger in Your Town
    B3.How Many More Years
    B4.Looking for My Baby
    B5.And Lonely
    B6.The Entertainer

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    John Mayer - Sweet Home Chicago - Blues Jam

    7:21

    The bluuues

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    The best of blues

    1:11:17

    The best of blues (Vol 1)
    Abonnez-vous à la chaîne (Subscribe now) « US 61 – The Blues Highway » :

    00:00 Howlin' Wolf - Smokestack Lightnin'
    03:07 John Lee Hooker - Boom Boom
    05:36 Muddy Waters - Rock Me
    08:47 Screamin' Jay Hawkins - I Put a Spell on You
    11:13 Big Mama Thornton - Hound Dog
    14:04 Aretha Franklin - Today I Sing the Blues
    16:50 Robert Johnson - Sweet Home Chicago
    19:52 Johnny Cash - I Walk the Line
    22:36 Fats Domino - Blueberry Hill
    24:59 Freddy King - I'm Tore Down
    27:37 Amos Milburn - One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer
    30:52 B.B. King - Sweet Little Angel
    33:53 Big Joe Turner - S. K. Blues, Pt. 1
    36:54 Sister Rosetta Tharpe- Crying in the Chapel (Ft. Kelly Owens Quartet)
    39:22 Albert King - Don't Throw Your Love on Me so Strong
    42:21 Howlin' Wolf - The Red Rooster
    44:47 Kokomo Arnold - Milk Cow Blues
    47:55 Jimmy Reed - Baby What You Want Me to Do
    50:18 The Coasters - Young Blood
    52:40 Sidney Bechet - Blues in Paris
    56:01 Leadbelly - Where Did You Sleep Last Night
    59:04 Chuck Berry - Driftin' Blues
    01:01:25 John Lee Hooker - Shake It Baby
    01:05:32 Skip James - Devil Got My Woman
    01:08:30 Johnny Cash - Folsom Prison Blues

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    Muddy Waters - Best Of Muddy Waters - Vintage Delta Blues

    1:38:23

    Best Of Muddy Waters - Vintage Delta Blues

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    00:00 - Rock Me
    03:12 - Hoochie Coochie Man
    06:05 - Trouble No More
    08:46 - Got My Mojo Workin'
    11:37 - I Won't Go On
    14:33 - She's 19 Years Old
    17:53 - She's So Pretty
    20:06 - I Want to Be Loved
    22:50 - Close to You
    25:58 - Sugar Sweet
    28:29 - I Just Want to Make Love to You
    31:23 - I'm Ready
    34:28 - You Got to take Sick and Die Some of These Days
    36:38 - Long Distance Call
    39:19 - I Don't Know Why
    42:14 - Mannish Boy
    45:09 - Walkin' Through the Park
    47:54 - Look What You've Done
    50:18 - Diamonds At Your Feet
    52:44 - All Aboard
    55:41 - Forty Days and Forty Nights
    58:34 - I've Got to Love Somebody
    01:01:30 - Florida Hurricane
    01:04:26 - So Nice and Kind
    01:07:30 - Rollin' Stone
    01:10:37 - Country Blues
    01:14:04 - I Be’s Troubled
    01:17:11 - Hey Hey
    01:19:55 - Meanest Woman
    01:22:14 - I Got My Brand On You
    01:24:36 - Soon Forgotten
    01:27:16 - Tiger In Your Tank
    01:29:31 - Southbound Train
    01:32:24 - Double Trouble
    01:35:12 - Lonesome Road Blues

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    BB King & John Mayer, King Of Blues

    17:30

    BB King and John Mayer en dueto en el Guitar Center's King of the Blues 2006. Certamen que se realiza en busqueda de nuevos valores del blues.
    Presentación completa.
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    Whiskey Blues | Best of Slow Blues/Rock #2

    1:4:48

    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 - The Best Of Mississippi Blues

    1:31:53

    Mississippi Blues – The Best Of Mississippi Blues

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    00:00 - John Lee Hooker - Rock Me Mama
    02:38 - Elmore James - I Can't Stop Lovin' You
    05:16 - Muddy Waters - Rollin' Stone
    08:21 - Big Joe Williams - King Biscuit Stomp
    10:53 - Bo Carter - Banana in Your Fruit Basket
    14:00 - James Cotton & Muddy Waters - Rock Me
    17:08 - Doctor Ross - Doctor Ross Boogie
    19:45 - Mississippi Joe Calicott - Travelin' Mama Blues
    23:03 - The Mississippi Sheiks - Sitting on Top of the World
    26:07 - Mississippi Johnny Waters - Baby Don't Treat Me This Way
    28:19 - Ishman Bracey - Trouble Hearted Blues
    31:41 - Mississippi Fred McDowell - Shake 'Em on Down
    35:01 - Charlie McCoy - Last Time Blues
    38:02 - Mississippi John Hurt - Candy Man
    40:48 - The Mississippi Moaners - Mississippi Moan
    43:15 - Son House - My Black Mama
    46:23 - Big Joe Williams - Peach Orchard Blues
    49:03 - Charley Patton - Spoonful Blues
    52:09 - Mississippi Fred McDowell - Freight Train Blues
    55:02 - Sonny Boy Williamson - Frigidaire Blues
    58:01 - King Solomon Hill - Gone Dead Train
    01:01:20 - Charlie McCoy - Motherless and Fatherless Blues
    01:04:31 - Elmore James - Hand in Hand
    01:07:20 - Garfield Akers - Dough Roller Blues
    01:10:30 - Mississippi John Hurt - Avalon Blues
    01:13:32 - Son House - Levee Camp Blues
    01:17:13 - Robert Lockwood - Black Spider Blues
    01:20:11 - Howlin' Wolf - Getting Old and Grey
    01:22:51 - Arthur Petties - That Won't Do
    01:25:50 - Joe Stone - It's Hard Time
    01:29:01 - Charlie McCoy - Baltimore Blues

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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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    Chicago Blues All-Stars Live @ Buddy Guys Legends

    55:37

    Buddy Guy & WYCC Present The Chicago Blues
    Host(s): Buddy Guy, Chicago Blues All-Stars, Chicago Slim


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    Delta Blues Sounds - Best Of The Mississippi Deltas Stars

    2:4:05

    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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    Koko Taylor Live | Chicago Blues Queen

    43:27

    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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    The Best of Blues - Original Blues Classics

    1:15:24

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    THE BLUES AIN’T NOTHIN’ BUT….
    (The Best of Classic Blues)

    GEORGIA WHITE, vocal & poss. piano, acc. by Ikey Robinson (g), John Lindsay (b) - 1938
    (00:00) The Blues Ain’t Nothin’ But ??? (White - Williams)

    ROBERT JOHNSON, vocal & guitar - 1936
    (02:41) Sweet Home Chicago (Johnson)

    MEMPHIS SLIM, vocal & piano, Leroy Batchelor (b) - 1940
    (05:41) Beer Drinking Woman (Chatman)

    BESSIE SMITH, vocal, acc. by Clarence Williams (p), 1923
    (09:00) Gulf Coast Blues (Williams)

    JOE TURNER, vocal, Pete Johnson (p) - 1938
    (12:04) Roll ‘Em Pete (Johnson - Turner)

    BIG BILL BROONZY, vocal & guitar acc. by: Horace Malcolm (p), Washboard Sam (wbd) - 1941
    (14:51) I Feel So Good (Broonzy)

    MAMIE SMITH, vocal, acc. by her “Jazz Hounds”, probably including Willie “The Lion” Smith (p) - 1920
    (17:37) Crazy Blues (Bradford) MAMIE SMITH

    LONNIE JOHNSON, vocal& guitar acc. by: Roosevelt Sykes (p), unk. (b, dm) -1938
    (21:03) Blue Ghost Blues (Johnson)

    BO CHATMAN, vocal & vn with Charlie McCoy (mandolin)., Walter Vineson (g) - 1928
    (24:02) Corrine Corrina (Chatman)

    MEMPHIS MINNIE, vocal & guitar - 1934
    (27:19) Chickasaw Train Blues (McCoy)

    FRANKIE “HALF PINT” JAXON, vocal acc. by: Barney Bigard (cl), Lil Hardin (p), Wellman Braud (b), Sid Catlett (dm), 1939
    (30:35) Callin’ Corrine (Jaxon)

    VICTORIA SPIVEY, vocal, acc. by her “Hallelujah Boys” - 1938
    (33:25) Black Snake Blues (Johnson - Spivey)

    BLIND BLAKE, vocal & guitar - 1929
    (36:29) Diddle Wa Diddle (Blake)

    SONNY BOY WILLIAMSON, vocal & harmonica, Joe Williams (g) - 1937
    (39:26) Good Morning School Girl (Williamson)

    TRIXIE SMITH, vocal, acc. by: Charlie Shavers (tp), Sidney Bechet (cl), Sam Price (p), Teddy Bunn (g), Richard Fullbright (b), O’Neill Spencer (dm) - 1938
    (42:28) Freight Train Blues (Williams)

    JOSH WHITE, vocal & guitar, acc. by: Edmond Hall (cl), Israel Crosby (b), Jimmy Hoskins (b) - 1941
    (45:49) Gotta Go (White)

    SIPPIE WALLACE, vocal & piano, acc. by: Johnny Dodds (cl), Honore Dutrey (tbn) - 1929
    (48:58) I’m a Mighty Tight Woman ( Wallace)

    JIM JACKSON, vocal & guitar - 1927
    (51:52) Kansas City Blues (Jackson)

    ROOSEVELT SYKES, vocal & piano - 1933
    (55:05) New 44 Blues (Sykes)

    BERTHA “CHIPPIE” HILL, vocal, acc by: Shirley Clay (tp), Artie Starks (cl), unk. (p) - 1928
    (58:13) Trouble in Mind Blues (Jones)

    SLEEPY JOHN ESTES, vocal & guitar, Hammie Nixon, harmonica - 1935
    (1:01:21) Someday Baby Blues (Nixon - Estes)

    GERTRUDE “MA” RAINEY, vocal acc. by her “Georgia Band”, incl. : Louis Armstrong (cnt), Charlie Green (tbn), Buster Bailey (cl, Fletcher Henderson (p) - 1924
    (1:04:37) See See Rider (Rainey)

    BLIND LEMON JEFFERSON, vocal and guitar - 1928
    (1:07:29) Prison Cell Blues (Jefferson)

    IDA COX, vocal, acc. by: Tommy Ladnier (cnt), Johnny Dodds (cl), Lovie Austin (p) - 1924
    (1:10:13) Wild Women Don’t Have Blues (Cox)

    CLARENCE “PINE TOP” SMITH, vocal & piano - 1928
    (1:12:41) Pine Top’s Blues (Smith)

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    Gods of Blues - B.B. King vs. Muddy Waters

    1:2:16

    TRACKLIST
    01- Don't You Want a Man Like Me 00:11
    02- All Night Long 02:49
    03- Got The Blues 05:46
    04- Country Boy 08:34
    05- Lonely and Blue 11:45
    06- Early Morning Blues 14:43
    07- Someday Baby 17:55
    08- Hey, Hey 20:45
    09- Troubles, Troubles, Troubles 23:27
    10- The Howling Wolf 27:05
    11- Precious Lord 33:57
    12 I Want To Be Loved (Hard Again) 37:34
    13- Army Of The Lord 39:56
    14- Kind Hearted Woman 43:14
    15- I've Got Papers On You Baby 45:51
    16 She Moves Me 48:17
    17- We Can't Make It 51:15
    18- This Pain 54:01
    19- Come By here 57:06
    20- Walkin Blues 59:17

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    Riley B. King (September 16, 1925 – May 14, 2015), known professionally as B.B. King, was an American blues singer, electric guitarist, songwriter, and record producer. King introduced a sophisticated style of soloing based on fluid string bending and shimmering vibrato that influenced many later electric blues guitarists. King was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1987, and is considered one of the most influential blues musicians of all time, earning the nickname The King of the Blues, and one of the Three Kings of the Blues Guitar along with Albert King and Freddie King. King was known for performing tirelessly throughout his musical career, appearing at more than 200 concerts per year on average into his 70s. In 1956 alone, he reportedly appeared at 342 shows.King was born on a cotton plantation in Berclair, Mississippi, and later worked at a cotton gin in Indianola, Mississippi. He was attracted to music and the guitar in church, and began his performance career in juke joints and local radio. He later lived in Memphis, Tennessee, and Chicago, and toured the world extensively. King died at the age of 89 in Las Vegas, Nevada, on May 14, 2015, from congestive heart failure and diabetic complications. McKinley Morganfield (April 4, 1913 – April 30, 1983),better known as Muddy Waters, was an American blues musician who is often cited as the father of modern Chicago blues. Muddy Waters grew up on Stovall Plantation near Clarksdale, Mississippi, and by age 17 was playing the guitar and the harmonica, emulating the local blues artists Son House and Robert Johnson. He was recorded in Mississippi by Alan Lomax for the Library of Congress in 1941. In 1943, he moved to Chicago to become a full-time professional musician. In 1946, he recorded his first records for Columbia Records and then for Aristocrat Records, a newly formed label run by the brothers Leonard and Phil Chess. In the early 1950s, Muddy Waters and his band—Little Walter Jacobs on harmonica, Jimmy Rogers on guitar, Elgin Evans on drums and Otis Spann on piano—recorded several blues classics, some with the bassist and songwriter Willie Dixon. These songs included Hoochie Coochie Man, I Just Want to Make Love to You and I'm Ready. In 1958, he traveled to England, laying the foundations of the resurgence of interest in the blues there. His performance at the Newport Jazz Festival in 1960 was recorded and released as his first live album, At Newport 1960. Muddy Waters' influence was tremendous, not just on blues and rhythm and blues but on rock and roll, hard rock, folk music, jazz, and country music. His use of amplification is often cited as the link between Delta blues and rock and roll.

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