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Playlist of Guitar Slim

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    Guitar Slim The Things That I Used to Do

    3:03

    Influential in the development of rock and roll, The Things That I Used to Do was written and recorded by Guitar Slim (Eddie Jones) in 1953 on Specialty Records reaching #1 on the rhythm and blues charts. The track was arranged and produced by Ray Charles. It is available on the Sufferin Mind CD on Specialty. This sound recording is administered by Valleyarm Digital Pty Ltd/ Music Services Asia Pte Ltd. I do not own the right to the songs, audio, or images contained in this video. . No copyright infringement is intended. The purpose of this upload is for viewer enjoyment and education not for monetary gain.

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    Buddy Guy on Guitar Slim

    1:29

    Buddy Guy Discusses Guitar Slim

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    Guitar Slim - Im Guitar Slim

    2:40

    I'm Guitar Slim baby!

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    Guitar Slim The Story Of My Life

    3:02

    New Orleans bluesman, Guitar Slim (Eddie Jones) was one of the pioneers of electric blues guitar and an influential figure in the history of rock and roll. In May 1954 Specialty Records released The Story Of My Life as a follow up to his hit, The Things That I Used to Do. The track is available on the Sufferin Mind CD on Specialty. This sound recording is administered by The Orchard Music. I do not own the right to the song, audio, or images contained in this video. No copyright infringement is intended. The purpose of this upload is for viewer enjoyment and education not for monetary gain.

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    Guitar Slim - Greensboro Rounder

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    Guitar Slim - Greensboro Rounder (1979)

    01 - Worried Blues
    02 - Little Boy
    03 - War Service Blues
    04 - Lonesome Blues
    05 - The Blood Has Made Me Whole
    06 - Lovin Home Blues
    07 - Penitentiary Moan Blues
    08 - Guitar Slim Blues
    09 - Trouble Blues
    10- Keep Your Lamp Trimmed And Burning

    rec. 1974/75 by Kip Lornell

    I do not own the copyright to this recording. This video is for historical and educational purposes.

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    2016 King Biscuit Blues Festival - Robert Guitar Slim Finley

    8:40

    Age Don't Mean A Thing
    Robert Guitar Slim Finley
    Lockwood Stackhouse Stage
    Helena, AR
    10/8/2016
    MVI_4717

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    Guitar Slim - Well I Done Got Over It

    2:31

    In late 1953 at New Orleans famous J & M recording studios, Slim got together with the backing band of Lloyd Lambert which included Charles Burbank, Joe Tillman, and Gus Fontenotte on saxes, Frank Mitchell on trumpet, Lambert on bass, Oscar Moore on drums, and a guest spot on piano by Ray Charles. The songs The Things I Used To Do and Well I Done Got Over It were released on Specialty Records #482.

    courtesy of: (

    Lyrics:
    Well I done got over it
    Lord I done got over it
    You know I done got over it
    Well I done got over it
    Well I done got over it
    I done got over it at last

    I remember the day that I met you
    You seemed such a sweet little thing
    But after a while you got so bad
    You know it was a cryin' shame

    But I done got over it
    Lord I done got over it
    Well I done got over it
    I done got over it at last

    I was so in love I was miserable
    All though I know my love was in vain
    Cause every time I turned my back
    You was out with some other man

    But I done got over it
    Lord I done got over it
    Well I done got over it
    I done got over it at last

    I didn't want you to be no angel
    Well even though a gal with jive
    All I wanted was some good woman
    Just to keep me satified

    But I done got over it
    Lord I done got over it
    Well I done got over it
    I done got over it at last

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    Guitar Slim - I Got Sumpin For You

    2:24

    Specialty Records 1955 B/W You're Gonna Miss Me

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    Guitar Slim Trouble Dont Last

    3:07

    b-side (1954)

    Label pic via discogs

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    Guitar Slim, When theres no way out

    2:03

    I do not own the copyrights to this recordings, so if it needs to be removed, I will remove it.

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    Guitar Slim Green - Shake em Up

    2:14

    Guitar Slim Green - Shake 'em Up (Stone Down Blues LP, 1970, Kent)

    Norman Guitar Slim Green: Guitar & Vocals
    Shuggie Otis: Rhythm Guitar & Bass
    Johnny Otis: Drums
    Recorded in Los Angeles, CA. 1970

    Originally issued on and this recording taken from the 1970 album Guitar Slim Green's Stone Down Blues (Kent KST-549) (LP)
    (Reissued on United 7764) (LP)

    I do NOT intend to ruin artists, their inheritors or the starving music industry, and if there is a problem with this upload drop me an e-mail and I'll be a good boy and remove it!

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    GUITAR SLIM - YOU GIVE ME NOTHIN BUT THE BLUES Specialty 569 1956

    2:17

    OSAKA TWIST AND SHOUT
    (M.Longmire)
    Pub: Venice-BMI
    Matrix Number: 45-XSP-569

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    Guitar Slim Guitar Lesson - The Things I Used To Do Solo

    11:33

    Blues Guitar Lessons:

    Lesson TAB



    My lessons are FREE, but I would appreciate a small donation from those who use them regularly -- $5 to $10. That's a one-time payment that will help cover the costs of my spending time on this instead of giving regular lessons - that would cost you a LOT more. I cannot continue doing these free lessons without it paying off a little. Thanks!

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    Guitar Slim Standin At The Station

    2:46

    I do not own the copyright to this recording. This video is for historical and educational purposes

    Composed by E. Jones & E. Young

    Guitar Slim & His Playboys:

    Eddie Guitar Slim Jones:Vocals & Guitar

    Huey Smith:Piano

    Unknown:Bass

    Willie Nettles:Drums

    Recorded in New Orleans, LA. May, 1951

    Originally issued on Imperial 5134 & Imperial 5278 (78 RPM)

    This recording taken from the 1996 CD Louisiana Swamp Blues

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    Guitar Slim Along About Midnight

    2:33

    I do not own the copyright to this recording. This video is for historical and educational purposes only.

    Guitar Slim (Eddie Jones):Vocals & Guitar

    Johnny Griffin:Tenor Sax

    Joe Morris:Trumpet

    Matthew Gee:Trombone

    Elmo Hope:Piano

    Percy Heath:Bass

    Philly Joe Jones:Drums

    Recorded in New York City, N.Y. Wednesday, January 22, 1958

    Originally issued on and this recording taken from the 1972 album Texas Guitar:From Dallas To L.A. (Atlantic SD 7226) (LP)

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    Guitar Slim - Down Through The Years

    2:25

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    GUITAR SLIM - STAND BY ME Specialty 542 1955

    2:15

    NIGHT BEAT RECORDS
    (E.Jones)
    Pub: Venice-BMI
    Matrix: SP-542-45

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    Classic Blues Guitar Licks #15 Guitar Slim Part 1

    11:44

    Blues Guitar Lessons:

    My lessons are FREE, but I would appreciate a small donation from those who use them regularly -- $5 to $10. That's a one-time payment that will help cover the costs of my spending time on this instead of giving regular lessons - that would cost you a LOT more. I cannot continue doing these free lessons without it paying off a little. Thanks!

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    Thanks to all of you who have donated so far! It helps! I'm looking to buy a new HD camera soon to improve the quality of my videos.

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    Memphis Slim & Matt Murphy - Matts Guitar Blues

    2:50

    Jazz Prizma 1963

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    Guitar Slim Jr. – The Story Of My Life 320 kbps

    29:56

    01. Trouble Don’t Last (0:00)
    02. Letter To My Girl Friend (3:05)
    03. The Story Of My Life (5:01)
    04. Bad Luck Blues (3:27)
    05. Can I Change My Mind (3:08)
    06. Too Weak To Fight (2:25)
    07. Reap What You Sow (4:27)
    08. Well I Done Got Over It (2:33)
    09. Turn Back The Hands Of Time (2:55)
    10. Sufferin’ Mind (2:21)

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    Guitar Slim - The Things That I Used To Do - CVT Guitar Lesson by Mike Gross

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    This is a CVT GUITAR LESSON(tabs & video) on how to play The Things That I Used To Do by Guitar Slim.
    Guitar: Guitar Slim(Eddie Jones)
    Album: The Things That I Used To Do(single)
    Date: 1953
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    This channel was designed to teach guitar to more people, in a manner that is ACCURATE & TRUE to the original song's form. I offer FREE Videos to everyone, however, I offer something unique that other instructors do not. CVT GUITAR LESSONS (Custom Video Tablature). Your song choice hand transcribed with accuracy as the goal.
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    GUITAR SLIM THE THINGS THAT I USED TO DO

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    Guitar Slim - I Got Sumpin For You.

    2:21

    Guitar Slim - I Got Sumpin' For You.

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    Guitar Slim, Stand by me

    2:18

    I do not own the copyrights to this recordings, so if it needs to be removed, I will remove it.

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    Guitar Slim Green Bumble Bee Blues

    3:28

    I do not own the copyright to this recording. This video is for historical and educational purposes only.

    Composed by Norman Green & Johnny Otis

    Norman Slim/Guitar Slim Green:Vocals & Guitar

    Roger Spotts:Piano

    Shuggie Otis:Harmonica, Bass Guitar & Drums

    Recorded in Los Angeles, CA. 1970

    Originally issued on and this recording taken from the 1970 album Guitar Slim Green:Stone Down Blues (Kent KST-549) (LP)

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    Jones, Eddie - Certainly All

    2:16

    Slim had a major impact on rock and roll and experimented with distorted overtones on the electric guitar a full decade before Jimi Hendrix.

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    Guitar Slim Green - Make Love All Night

    2:36

    from Stone Down Blues
    Shuggie Otis - guitar

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    Guitar Slim - The Things That I Used to Do

    3:01

    Guitar Slim also experimented with distorted overtones,most advanced electric guitar solo at the time

    Chronological playlist with all songs from channel

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    Guitar Slim - Story of My Life

    3:00

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    Guitar Slim - It Hurts To Love Someone 1957

    2:36

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    Guitar Slim & Jelly Belly - South Carolina Blues

    2:38

    Guitar Slim & Jelly Belly - Carolina Blues ~

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    Guitar Slim, Jr. performs Shotgun at the French Quarter Festival

    3:41

    Guitar Slim, Jr. with Frank Spangler, guitar; Niles Blaze, harmonica; Red Morgan, sax/flute; Anthony Garner, bass; Jan Clements, keyboard; and Ernest Box Fontenot, drums. Courtesy of WWOZ.

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    BLUES INSTRUMENTAL: Atomic Blues - Fender Guitar Slim

    2:36

    Fender Guitar Slim is Joe Richardson, who was guitarist for The Shirelles. He composed both Atomic Blues and the A side of this 1960 single, Tender Rock. Despite the orchestra listed on the label, there is only an electric bass and drums.

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    Guitar Slim - Think It Over

    2:22

    Specialty Records 1955 B/W Quicksand

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    Guitar Slim Green Old folks blues

    2:12

    For educational and non profit purposes only!

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    Guitar Slim - Things That I Used To Do

    3:09

    Things That I Used To Do by Guitar Slim from the album Essential Blues Hits - The Anthology
    Released 2010-03-26 on AudioSonic Music
    Download on iTunes:
    Download on Google Play:

    A superb survey of Blues hits from the 'forties and 'fifties featuring many of the greatest, most influential figures active in the genre with the emphasis on electric guitar. From Muddy Waters and John Lee Hooker to B.B. King and Howlin' Wolf, the line-up is an A-Z of Blues greats.
    © Nordic Entertainment Ltd 2010
    ℗ .

    This is officially licensed content, not a copyright infringement. For any issues, please get in touch with finetunes first.

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    Godin ACS SLIM & FISHMAN LOUDBOX 100 NYLON STRING GUITAR REVIEW DEMO WWW.MATTRAINES.COM

    4:38

    Check out my new CD CHI --also available at CDBABY with my 1st cd INNER CITY If you order through me direct it's $8 ea or both for $15---shipped! woohoo!.Great guitar--shitty video. But I had to get it over with since I've been using this thing for a few years now. If you need to plug in and play loud-this is the best guitar I've used. The amp is small,light and inexpensive. And clean as hell.

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    Slim Harpo Guitar Lesson - Tip On In Solo

    13:51

    Blues Guitar Lessons:

    Lesson TAB (will be posted here ASAP!

    My lessons are FREE, but I would appreciate a small donation from those who use them regularly -- $5 to $10. That's a one-time payment that will help cover the costs of my spending time on this instead of giving regular lessons - that would cost you a LOT more. I cannot continue doing these free lessons without it paying off a little. Thanks!

    Use PayPal to send donations to djmoore71@gmail.com

    Thanks to all of you who have donated so far!

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    Guitar Slim Green With Johnny And Shuggie Otis - Stone Down Blues

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    Rare 1970 album produced by Johnny Otis featuring the stinging guitar of his son Shuggie – with two previously unissued bonus tracks

    Bluesman Slim Green made very few records in a career that started in 1948 and ended with this LP in 1970. Born Norman G. Green in Bryant, Texas in 1920, he grew up in Oklahoma and played guitar in Las Vegas before settling in Los Angeles in the late 1940s. He made his first records in 1948 for local labels. Listening to them suggests a player full of country influences, updating them for a modern urban audience. He reappeared a decade later in a group called the Cats From Fresno, who made two singles for Johnny Otis’ Dig label, a contact he renewed in the late 60s.

    Johnny Otis, a pioneer of post-war R&B, had scored hits as a producer and recording artist as well as being a renowned talent-spotter. Having dropped out of sight for much of the 1960s, he returned to the studio in the latter part of the decade and released a series of records for the Kent label, distinguished by the guitar playing of his teenage son Shuggie.

    “Stone Down Blues”, recorded by Slim Green with Johnny and Shuggie in 1970, is one of the finest blues albums of its time. The trio of Johnny on drums, Shuggie on bass and guitar, and Slim on guitar and vocals work their way through a selection of self-penned songs. From the opening ‘Shake ‘Em Up’, via the anti-war ‘This War Ain’t Right’ to the closing ‘Play On Little Girl’, this is compelling stuff. We complete our release with the previously unreleased ‘My Marie’ and ‘Rock The Nation’ from around the same time period.

    Dean Rudland

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    Eddie Guitar Slim Jones Feelin Sad

    2:37

    I do not own the copyright to this recording. This video is for historical and educational purposes

    Feelin' Sad was covered by Ray Charles on his 1961 album The Genius Sings The Blues

    Composed by Eddie Jones

    Eddie Guitar Slim Jones:Vocals

    Huey Smith:Piano

    Calvin Cage & Herman Butler:Saxes

    Hugh Dickson:Bass

    Oscar Moore:Drums

    Recorded in Nashville, TN. 1952

    Originally issued on the 1952 single (J-B 603) (78 RPM)

    This recording taken from the 2000 8-CD box set A Shot In The Dark:Nashville Jumps (1945-1955)

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    Jones, Eddie - Feelin Sad - 1952

    2:36

    Splash Wax re-issue

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    Guitar Slim, Jr. , Belgium

    28:29

    Guitar Slim, Jr. (4K UHD) @ Swing Wespelaar (18-08-2018), Belgium

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    CARLOS SANTANA - BLACK MAGIC WOMAN .. ROBERT GUITAR SLIM FINLEY

    4:01

    Robert GUITAR SLIM Finley and Mia perform at the !st Annual LA Crawfish and Gatorfest 2015 at the Ike Hamilton Expo center ... Opening act for the Original Blues Brothers Band that headlined along with David Gore and others...

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    Johnny Winter Texas Guitar Slim medley

    9:06

    A prodigy , Johnny Winter , Tireless enthusiasm, extraordinary guitar player ,
    expressive singer, has not become a rock star, and what a shame for an artist as great
    He stayed long been a teacher for blues fans .
    But rarely cited as a reference, style and success of the years 60-70 have influenced ZZTop or Stevy Ray Vaughan ( whose T. Shannon was the bass player)

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    Guitar Slim Green - Shake Em Up

    2:10

    from Stone Down Blues
    Shuggie Otis - guitar

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    Guitar Slim And Jelly Belly - Working Man Blues

    2:36

    Alec Seward and Fat Boy Hayes

    photo: Ben Shahn

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    Scratch My Back-Slim Harpo-Jimmie Vaughan Guitar Lesson

    6:50

    Full lessons at This is great blues classic by Slim Harpo, but I first heard and learned the version covered by the Fabulous Thunderbirds on their first record, released in 1979. I love the sound Jimmie Vaughan gets, with the added tremolo and chicken pickin solo. Check out both versions and have fun playing this one!

    I have a passion for music and a passion for teaching and I have been immersed in music my whole life. My father was the guitarist with the 60's & 70's roots-rock band Mother Earth. I was so fortunate to grow up in the rich musical scene here in Austin, Texas.

    Starting when I was a young kid, I was able to sit in with, and open the shows for, many blues legends-guys like Albert Collins, Buddy Guy, Albert King, Jimmie Vaughan, Johnny Winter, Ottis Rush and B.B. King. I was able to learn first hand from these players how to really be a great blues guitarist!

    At you can learn the licks, riffs, progressions and entire songs of many blues and rock legends, the way they played them. Benefit from my years of experience by watching, learning and playing with me online!

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    Guitar Slim - Lonesome Home Blues

    4:05

    blues

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    Guitar Slim Jr. feat. Big Dave @ Crossroads Café

    6:46

    Guitar & Vocals: Gitar Slim Jr.
    Lead Guitar: Frank Spangler
    Harp & Vocals: Big Dave
    Drums: Steve Dynamite Wouters
    Bass: Rene Stock
    Kays: Niels Verheest

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    EDDIE JONES - CERTAINLY ALL - J B

    2:17

    Rare on original 45.............

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