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Old 08-03-2010, 12:13 AM   #2251 (permalink)
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Anyone know any newer bands (say last decade or so) that are good with their instruments, maybe some bluesy vocals (preferably no screaming)? Or anything close?
Well, there's this multi-instrumentalist who's absolutely superb. Here he is:



Don't know if this is what you're referring to
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Old 08-03-2010, 12:20 AM   #2252 (permalink)
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Don't know if this is what you're referring to
That is actually some really good stuff!

To clarify though just in case. I was trying to get the names of some bands that are all good musicians that are younger bands, with some possible bluesy type vocals in the style of Eric Burdon & Jim Morrison if possible.

Thank you for showing me this though, will check him out more.
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Your welcome mate, the entire album's pretty good.
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Your welcome mate, the entire album's pretty good.
I've youtubed 3 other songs off it so far. Since you posted the first. I don't know how I didn't know about this! Will be downloading as soon as I find a link.
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Much appreciated!

Just wanted to add this back to the current page in case anyone knows some good ones. Thanks.
Anyone know any newer bands (say last decade or so) that are good with their instruments, maybe some bluesy vocals (preferably no screaming) in the style of Jim Morrison & Eric Burdon?

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Much appreciated!

Just wanted to add this back to the current page in case anyone knows some good ones. Thanks.
Anyone know any newer bands (say last decade or so) that are good with their instruments, maybe some bluesy vocals (preferably no screaming) in the style of Jim Morrison & Eric Burdon?
I don't know if these will have vocals like your looking for but they are in the Blues style and can really play their instruments.

North Mississippi Allstars


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Old 08-03-2010, 02:09 PM   #2258 (permalink)
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I don't know if these will have vocals like your looking for but they are in the Blues style and can really play their instruments.

North Mississippi Allstars


Derek Trucks Band


Sonny Landreth
Those all do fit the style! So thank you!
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My friend keeps bugging me to listen to King Crimson because they influenced a lot of the bands that I like. What album Should I download first?
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My friend keeps bugging me to listen to King Crimson because they influenced a lot of the bands that I like. What album Should I download first?
In the Court of the Crimson King. Just be patient with it. If you're less patient, get Red.
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