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Old 01-16-2011, 10:04 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm a really big fan of electric blues artists like freddy king, magic sam, albert king etc. Anybody know any good live albums by these or any similar artists?
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Old 01-16-2011, 01:04 PM   #2 (permalink)
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of course the classic: Stevie Ray Vaughan and Albert King - In Session



Stevie Ray Vaughan-Live Alive



if you are looking for contemporary live Blues...

Joe Bonamassa-A New Day Yesterday-Live:




Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band-(there is a bootleg cd of this performance-original vocalist)



a lot of contemporary live albums seem to be bootlegs...but there are numerous videos on youtube of contemporary electric blues artists...
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Old 01-17-2011, 11:00 AM   #3 (permalink)
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As you say, Love-song, there is just so much live electric blues to choose from.
You`ve set the bar pretty high with your clips: a phenomenal solo in the Bonamassa song, but I think my favourite was the Kenny Wayne Shepherd performance.

Another guy who shouldn`t be forgotten is Ronnie Earl, who does a lot of blues instrumentals. Here he is in Germany playing Blues for Westside , which also features on his album, Blues Guitar Virtuoso Live in Europe :

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Listen to Eric Clapton's album; EC was here from 1975. In my opinion this is Clapton playing at his peak. Six tracks long, all taken from live sets (One with Steve Winwood) and **** hot! Have a listen.
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of course the classic: Stevie Ray Vaughan and Albert King - In Session



Stevie Ray Vaughan-Live Alive



if you are looking for contemporary live Blues...

Joe Bonamassa-A New Day Yesterday-Live:




Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band-(there is a bootleg cd of this performance-original vocalist)



a lot of contemporary live albums seem to be bootlegs...but there are numerous videos on youtube of contemporary electric blues artists...
Nice i love those
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One of my favorite live blues albums is Muddy Waters' At Newport 1960.




If you download/buy the cd this is what you'll hear (but better quality):
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Thanks to my college mentor, I'm able to enjoy this kind of music. Beforehand, I was a stupid mainstream listener.
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Lonnie Brooks live...srsly..
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The aforementioned "At Newport 1960" by Muddy Waters, as well as "Fathers And Sons" and "Muddy 'Mississippi' Waters Live" (this one is my personal favourite of the three). "Live Wire/Blues Power" by Albert King is a great one, too. And definitely check out "Live At The Regal" and "Live At Cook County Jail" by B.B. King.
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