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Playlist of The Blues Brothers (1980)

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  • The Blues Brothers Jailhouse rock

    3:50

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  • Aretha Franklin - Think

    5:34

    Aretha Franklin's Think from the movie The Blues Brothers (1980).

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  • Aretha Franklin -Think

    5:34

    Aretha Franklin Think The Blues Brothers 1980

  • The Blues Brothers Sweet home Chicago

    3:42

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  • The Blues Brothers & Ray Charles - Shake A Tail Feather

    2:51

    The Blues Brothers & Ray Charles - Shake A Tail Feather (Official Audio)
    From 'The Blues Brothers: Original Soundtrack Recording' (1980)
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    The Blues Brothers - A Briefcase Full Of Blues
    The Blues Brothers: Original Soundtrack Recording
    The Blues Brothers - Made In America

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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.

  • aretha franklin-think

    3:01

    aretha franklin-think (1968) (ft. the blues brothers 1980) (hd)

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  • The Blues Brothers - Full Concert - 12/31/78 - Winterland

    49:36

    The Blues Brothers - Full Concert
    Recorded Live: 12/31/1978 - Winterland (San Francisco, CA)

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    Setlist:
    0:00:00 - Can't Turn You Loose (Intro)
    0:01:49 - Hey Bartender
    0:04:44 - Messin' With The Kid
    0:08:06 - (I Got Everything I Need) Almost
    0:11:27 - Rubber Biscuit
    0:14:55 - Shotgun Blues
    0:20:40 - Groove Me
    0:24:26 - I Don't Know
    0:29:57 - Soul Man
    0:33:04 - B Movie Box Car Blues
    0:38:44 - Flip, Flop & Fly
    0:42:41 - Jailhouse Rock

    Personnel:
    Joliet Jake Blues (John Belushi) - vocals
    Elwood Blues (Dan Akroyd) - harmonica, vocals
    Steve Cropper - guitar
    Matt Murphy - guitar
    Donald Dunn - bass
    Tom Malone - trombone, trumpet, saxophone
    Lou Marini - saxophone
    Tom Scott - saxophone
    Alan Rubin - trumpet
    Paul Shaffer - keyboards
    Murphy Dunne - piano
    Steve Jordan - drums
    Willie Hall - drums

  • Jailhouse Rock - The Blues Brothers

    3:39

    Jailhouse Rock - The Blues Brothers
    (The Blues Brothers - The Blues Brothers - I Fratelli Blues, 1980)
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  • Think - Aretha Franklin

    3:32

    Think - Aretha Franklin
    (The Blues Brothers - The Blues Brothers - I Fratelli Blues, 1980)
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  • The Blues Brothers OST - 13 Jailhouse Rock

    3:19

    The Blues Brothers (1980) OST - 13 Jailhouse Rock

  • The Old Landmark - The Blues Brothers & James Brown

    2:57

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    Film: The Blues Brothers (1980)
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  • The Blues Brothers | Gimme Some Lovin | The Blues Brothers

    3:09

    The Blues Brothers (1980) | Gimme Some Lovin' | Sam & Dave (arranged and performed by The Blues Brothers)

    15 days after uploading these videos of The Blues Brothers, the great Aretha Franklin died, another immortal voice that participated in this crazy movie with her bestial Think. Rest in peace.

    Gimme Some Lovin'
    The Spencer Davis Group
    Well, my temperature is rising, got my feet on the floor
    Crazy people rocking 'cause they want to some more
    Let me in baby, I don't know what you got
    But you better take it easy 'cause this place is hot
    And I'm so glad you made it, so glad you made it
    You got to gimme some lovin', gimme, gimme some lovin'
    Gimme some lovin', gimme, gimme some lovin'
    Gimme some lovin' everyday
    Well, I feel so good, everything's getting high
    You better take it easy 'cause the place is on fire
    Been a hard day and I had no work to do
    Wait a minute baby, let it happen to you
    And I'm so glad we made it, so glad we made it
    You got to gimme some lovin', gimme, gimme some lovin'
    Gimme some lovin', gimme, gimme some lovin'
    Gimme some lovin' everyday, yeh
    Well, I…

  • The Blues Brothers James Brown

    6:55

  • The Blues Brothers Everybody Need somebody

    3:27

  • John Lee Hooker - Boom Boom

    3:00

    Copyright © Universal Studios; All rights reserved.

  • The Blues Brothers - Everybody Needs Somebody to Love

    3:21

    The Blues Brothers - Everybody Needs Somebody to Love (Official Audio)
    From 'The Blues Brothers: Original Soundtrack Recording' (1980)
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    The Blues Brothers - Made In America

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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.

  • The Blues Brothers Ray Charles Shake your talefeather

    2:47

  • The Blues Brothers - Come On Up - Live & Unreleased, 1980

    3:36

    Recorded 8/1/80 at the Universal Amphitheater - Not only was this the last night of the Blues Brothers 22 show summer tour, this is the LAST concert John played with the band before his untimely death. This is taken from an audience taped bootleg so this is the best quality there is available. This is the ONLY time the band performed the cover of the Rascals hit, Come On Up.

    On stage that evening: John Jake Belushi, Dan Elwood Akyroyd, Steve The Colonel Cropper, Donald Duck Dunn, Matt Guitar Murphy, Paul The Shiv Shaffer, Steve Getdwa Jordan, Tom Bones Malone, Alan Mr. Fabulous Rubin, Tom Triple Scale Scott, Blue Lou Marini and Murphy Dunne.

    Ladies and gentlemen, these ARE The Blues Brothers....

  • Aretha Franklin - Think

    3:15

  • New Orleans - The Blues Brothers & The Louisiana Gator Boys

    3:56

    La película Blues Brothers 2000, de 1998, es una secuela de la película de 1980: The Blues Brothers, donde aparecen un gran número de grandes de la música, como Junior Wells, Lonnie Brooks, Blues Traveler, Jonny Lang, Eddie Floyd, Wilson Pickett, Aretha Franklin, Sam Moore, James Brown, Paul Shaffer, Erykah Badu; y ni hablar de este inolvidable tema final: New Orleans, interpretado por The Blues Brothers y The Lousiana Gator Boys, cuyos integrantes son: B. B. King, Jeff Skunk Baxter, Gary U.S. Bonds, Eric Clapton, Clarence Clemons, Jack DeJohnette, Bo Diddley, Jon Faddis, Isaac Hayes, Dr. John, Tommy Pipes McDonnell, Charlie Musselwhite, Billy Preston, Lou Rawls, Joshua Redman, Paul Shaffer, Koko Taylor, Travis Tritt, Jimmie Vaughan, Grover Washington Jr., Willie Weeks, Steve Winwood...
    En fin, un clásico...

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  • Shake Your Tail Feather - Ray Charles & The Blues Brothers

    3:07

    Shake Your Tail Feather - Ray Charles & The Blues Brothers
    (The Blues Brothers - The Blues Brothers - I Fratelli Blues, 1980)
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  • Original Blues Brothers Band - Peter Gunn Theme 1992

    5:08

    Original Blues Brothers Band - Peter Gunn Theme 1992

    Original by Henry Mancini 1958

    Released by The Blues Brothers 1980

  • Blues Brothers - Minnie the Moocher

    2:54

    'Minnie the Moocher' from the film Blues Brothers. I do NOT own the video. I highly recommend you watch both the Blues Brothers films. Links to other Blues Brothers songs:

    Jailhouse Rock

    Sweet Home Chicago

    Everybody Needs Somebody

  • The Blues Brothers - Theme from Rawhide

    2:40

    The Blues Brothers - Theme from Rawhide (Official Audio)
    From 'The Blues Brothers: Original Soundtrack Recording' (1980)
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    The Blues Brothers - A Briefcase Full Of Blues
    The Blues Brothers: Original Soundtrack Recording
    The Blues Brothers - Made In America

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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.

  • The Blues Brothers | Jailhouse Rock | The Blues Brothers

    3:21

    The Blues Brothers (1980) - Jailhouse Rock - Jerry Leiber & Mike Stoller (Arranged and Performed by The Blues Brothers)

  • Cab Calloway - Minnie The Moocher .mp4

    5:11

    The late, great Cab Calloway at his finest, supported by the Blues Brothers Show Band, featuring on trumpet the now-late, great Mr. Fabulous, Alan Rubin.

  • The Blues Brothers

    3:15

    The Blues Brothers (1980) OST - 08 Think (feat. Aretha Franklin)

  • The Blues Brothers - Rawhide

    2:40

    Raken from their The Blues Brothers (Original Soundtrack Recording) album, released by Atlantic Records.

  • Blues Brothers - Everybody Needs Somebody

    3:04

    'Everybody Needs Somebody' from the film Blues Brothers. I do NOT own the video. I highly recommend you watch both the Blues Brothers films. Links to other Blues Brothers songs:

    Jailhouse Rock

    Sweet Home Chicago

    Minnie the Moocher

  • Blues Brothers 2000 - Ghost rider in the sky

    3:38

  • The Blues Brothers 1980 Shake a Tail Feather Scene 4 9 Movieclips

    3:16

    レイ・チャールズ#ブルースブラザーズ#昭和#レトロ#フォーク#懐かしい#歌謡曲#日本#JAPAN#

  • The Blues Brothers

    17

    The Blues Brothers (1980) OST - 11 It's 106 miles to chicago (car starting)

  • The Blues Brothers - Whos Making Love

    3:33

    The Blues Brothers - Who's Making Love (Official Audio)
    From 'Made In America' (1980)
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    The Blues Brothers - A Briefcase Full Of Blues
    The Blues Brothers: Original Soundtrack Recording
    The Blues Brothers - Made In America

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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.

  • The Blues Brothers OST - 06 Were on a Mission from God

    03

    The Blues Brothers (1980) OST - 06 We're on a Mission from God

  • Blues Brothers - Jailhouse Rock

    3:21

    'Jailhouse Rock' from the film Blues Brothers. I do NOT own the video. I highly recommend you watch both the Blues Brothers films. Links to other Blues Brothers songs:

    Sweet Home Chicago

    Everybody Needs Somebody

    Minnie the Moocher

  • Aretha Franklin in The Blues Brothers

    3:33

    Aretha Franklin (1942-2018) performing Think in The Blues Brothers (1980).

  • The Blues Brothers - Sweet Home Chicago

    7:48

    The Blues Brothers - Sweet Home Chicago (Official Audio)
    From 'The Blues Brothers: Original Soundtrack Recording' (1980)
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    The Blues Brothers Discography
    The Blues Brothers - A Briefcase Full Of Blues
    The Blues Brothers: Original Soundtrack Recording
    The Blues Brothers - Made In America

    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    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.

  • The Blues Brothers - Peter Gunn Theme

    3:49

    The Blues Brothers - Peter Gunn Theme (Official Audio)
    From 'The Blues Brothers: Original Soundtrack Recording' (1980)
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    The Blues Brothers Discography
    The Blues Brothers - A Briefcase Full Of Blues
    The Blues Brothers: Original Soundtrack Recording
    The Blues Brothers - Made In America

    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    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.

  • The Blues Brothers & Aretha Franklin - Think

    3:16

    The Blues Brothers & Aretha Franklin - Think (Official Audio)
    From 'The Blues Brothers: Original Soundtrack Recording' (1980)
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    The Blues Brothers Discography
    The Blues Brothers - A Briefcase Full Of Blues
    The Blues Brothers: Original Soundtrack Recording
    The Blues Brothers - Made In America

    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    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.

  • The Blues Brothers - She caught the katy

    4:22

    Blues Brothers
    House of Blues, Atlanta, GA, 1996
    Elwood Blues-Harmonica and Vocals
    Zee Blues - Vocals
    Mighty Mack Blues - Vocals
    Steve Cropper-Guitar
    Donald Duck Dunn-Bass
    Leon Pendarvis-Keyboards
    Steve Potts-Drums
    Matt Murphy-Guitar
    Lou Marini-Sax
    Alan Rubin-Trumpet
    Birch Johnson-Trombone

  • Sweet Home Chicago - The Blues Brothers

    7:52

  • The Blues Brothers - Jailhouse Rock

    3:21

    The Blues Brothers - Jailhouse Rock (Official Audio)
    From 'The Blues Brothers: Original Soundtrack Recording' (1980)
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    The Blues Brothers Discography
    The Blues Brothers - A Briefcase Full Of Blues
    The Blues Brothers: Original Soundtrack Recording
    The Blues Brothers - Made In America

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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.

  • The Blues Brothers Band Live at Pistoia Blues 1988

    1:5:44

    Blues Brothers Band Reunion, Booker T. & The MG's, Sam Moore, Rufus Thomas, Larry Thurston

  • The Blues Brothers OST - 03 Gimmie Some Lovin

    3:11

    The Blues Brothers (1980) OST - 03 Gimmie Some Lovin'

  • The Blues Brothers - Minnie the Moocher

    3:24

    The Blues Brothers - Minnie the Moocher (Official Audio)
    From 'The Blues Brothers: Original Soundtrack Recording' (1980)
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    The Blues Brothers Discography
    The Blues Brothers - A Briefcase Full Of Blues
    The Blues Brothers: Original Soundtrack Recording
    The Blues Brothers - Made In America

    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    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.

  • Sweet Home Chicago-The Blues Brothers-Soundtrack

    3:30

  • The Blues Brothers

    2:47

    The Blues Brothers (1980) OST - 04 Shake Your Tailfeather (feat. Ray Charles)

  • The Blues Brothers - Gimme Some Lovin

    3:07

    The Blues Brothers - Gimme Some Lovin' (Official Audio)
    From 'The Blues Brothers: Original Soundtrack Recording' (1980)
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    The Blues Brothers Discography
    The Blues Brothers - A Briefcase Full Of Blues
    The Blues Brothers: Original Soundtrack Recording
    The Blues Brothers - Made In America

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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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  • The Blues Brothers - She Caught the Katy

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    The Blues Brothers - She Caught the Katy (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.

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  • The Blues Brothers - Green Onions

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    The Blues Brothers - Green Onions (Official Audio)
    From 'Made In America' (1980)
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    The Blues Brothers - Made In America

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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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