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Old 02-01-2012, 07:45 AM   #201 (permalink)
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Released October 25, 2010

Living Proof is Buddy Guy's 26th studio album. After nearly fifty years in the music business, this was Buddy's highest charting album ever, peaking at #46 on the main Billboard album chart.

The album loosely follows the progression of Buddy Guy's life. "Living Proof was designed partially as an aural autobiography from the legendary Buddy Guy, opening up with the stark summation “74 Years Young,” then running through songs that often address some aspect of a working musician's life."


1. "74 Years Young" 4:34
2. "Thank Me Someday" 5:42
3. "On the Road" 4:11
4. "Stay Around a Little Longer" (feat. B.B. King) 5:00
5. "Key Don't Fit" 5:02
6. "Living Proof" 3:45
7. "Where the Blues Begins" (feat. Carlos Santana) 4:37
8. "Too Soon" 3:26
9. "Everybody's Got to Go" 3:57
10. Let the Door Knob Hit Ya" 3:44
11. "Guess What" 5:44
12. "Skanky" 4:16

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Old 02-05-2012, 06:39 AM   #202 (permalink)
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Seasick Steve



Released May 27, 2011

Cheap `2004
Dog House Music `2006
Man from Another Time `2009
You Can’t Teach An Old Dog New Tricks `2011

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1. "Treasures" 3:52
2. "You Can't Teach An Old Dog New Tricks" 3:34
3. "Burnin' Up" 4:07
4. "Don't Know Why She Love Me But She Do" 3:24
5. "Have Mercy On The Lonely" 2:35
6. "Whiskey Ballad" 3:43
7. "Back In The Doghouse" 4:15
8. "Underneath A Blue And Cloudless Sky" 3:05
9. "What A Way To Go" 3:15
10. "Party" 4:02
11. "Days Gone" 3:44
12. "It's A Long Long Way" 3:39
13. "Write Me a Few of Your Lines" 4:08
14. "Levee Camp Blues" 6:19





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Old 02-11-2012, 04:45 AM   #203 (permalink)
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John Lee Hooker / Chill Out

Released 1995

Chill Out won the 1996 Grammy Award for Best Traditional Blues Album.



1. Chill Out 4:46
2. Deep Blue Sea 4:06
3. Kiddio 3:09
4. Serves Me Right To Suffer 6:25
5. One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer 3:22
6. Tupelo 3:55
7.Woman On My Mind 5:27
8. Annie Mae 5:17
9. Too Young 4:43
10. Talkin' the Blues 3:45
11. If You've Never Been In Love 4:44
12. We'll Meet Again 3:59
13. Down So Low 3:40
14. Fire Down Below 3:50






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Old 02-12-2012, 05:40 AM   #204 (permalink)
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I have several Lightnin' Hopkins albums but for the new to The Blues listener and the potential new Lightnin' fan I highly recommend this CD. Like the title says, it`s "The Very Best Of Lightnin' Hopkins".



1. Katie Mae
2. Shotgun Blues
3. Baby Please Don't Go
4. Automobile Blues
5. Give Me Central 209 (Hello Central)
6. Coffee Blues
7. I'm Beggin' You
8. Contrary Mary
9. Moanin' Blues
10. Penitentiary Blues
11. Fan It
12. Conversation Blues
13. Last Night Blues
14. Mighty Crazy
15. Mojo Hand (Going To Louisiana)
16. Baby Don't You Tear My Clothes

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Old 02-12-2012, 04:09 PM   #205 (permalink)
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BB KING

MY KIND OF BLUES.

MASTERPIECE FROM BB KING.
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Old 02-14-2012, 06:00 AM   #206 (permalink)
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John Mayall / In the Palace of the King

A tribute to the music of Freddie King. "He was a big man from Texas, he played an even bigger guitar! He was the King of the Kings, born to be a Superstar".

~ John Mayall ~



1. You Know That You Love Me
2. Going Down
3. Some Other Day, Some Other Time
4. Palace Of The King
5. I'd Rather Be Blind
6. Time To Go
7. Big Legged Woman
8. Now I've Got A Woman
9. I Love You More Every Day
10. Help Me Through The Day
11. Cannonball Shuffle
12. You've Got Me Licked
13. King Of The Kings
14. Living On The Highway

John Mayall / In the Palace of the King








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Old 02-17-2012, 10:40 AM   #207 (permalink)
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Pink Anderson, Muddy Waters, Blind Lemon Jefferson, Miles Davis, Dave Bruebeck, Gerry Mulligan.
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Old 02-19-2012, 05:43 PM   #208 (permalink)
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I am interested in jazz from the 1920s. Can someone recommend me some artists from that time period that are good? I think a lot of them were orchestras.

I don't like big band swing or later Coltrane Bird Miles Davis stuff, just that exuberant 1920s stuff. Is it Dixieland? I am not sure but I am talking about Ain't She Sweet and Sweet Georgia Brown etc- just rollicking fun music to my ears.
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Old 02-20-2012, 01:06 AM   #209 (permalink)
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Id recommend Joe pass For any jazz guitar fan. He's great.
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Old 02-20-2012, 05:17 AM   #210 (permalink)
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Last of The Great Mississippi Delta Bluesmen



Released 2008



1. King Biscuit Time
2. Chicken Shack
3. It's Got to End Somewhere
4. Catfish Blues
5. Down In Mississippi
6. Hangin' On
7. All My Money's Gone
8. Sweet Home Chicago
9. Kansas City
10. If I Asked You
11. Got To Find Me A Woman
12. Country Boy
13. Got My Mojo Working
14. If You Don't Want Me
15. For You My Love
16. Apron Strings
17. Blind Girl Blues
18. CC Rider Blues

This album won a Grammy award in February, 2008 for Best Traditional Blues Album. It was also nominated for the W. C. Handy Award.

My Source: David "Honeyboy" Edwards





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