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Old 01-08-2019, 08:13 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default What is the latest blues album you bought?

As Christmas just passed, I was privileged to have my wife hand me a wad of cash and drop off at Ameoba records for a while.
I came out with:
The Rolling Stones
Sticky Fingers
Beggars Banquet
Let It Bleed
Tattoo You
Goats Head Soup

The Bluesbreakers Live 1967

Fleetwood Mac Live At The Marquee 1967

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Old 01-08-2019, 01:28 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Tony Joe White - Bad Mouthin' (2018)

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The newest and final studio album from Tony Joe White (released 3 weeks before his death.) 5 new versions of previously recorded original songs and 7 covers. Minimalist recordings with just guitar & drums for the most part with some occasional harmonica and a couple of songs with bass guitar, also. The blues stripped-down and raw.

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Welcome to MB, mahdo1! A new blues fan is always welcome here. That's a lot of Stones albums you got for Christmas! I usually prefer my blues instrumental so I haven't listened to those albums much, if at all.

I can only contribute to this thread if the word "album" includes mp3, and if "buy" means Download Bits From Youtube. If the answer to both is Yes, then this is my latest acquisition: some tracks from Butterfield Blues Band Live:-



^ This is a great taster of a double album recorded in 1970, and it reinforces my poorly-researched opinion that PBBB showed their blues chops best when they were playing live - which can prob be said of Fleetwood Mac too. I see you have a live Fleetwood M album on your list, so I'd like to mention their 3-disc Live At The Boston Tea Party album, which has two 20-min versions of Rattlesnake Shake and which I also "bought" a while back.
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Old 02-25-2019, 11:05 PM   #6 (permalink)
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The LAST Blues album I got was CLIMAX BLUES BANDS first album (1968) and I gotta say its one of the BEST I have ever heard!!!
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Not one I bought but one I downloaded...





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Jessie Mae Hemphill - Feelin' Good




An album of North Mississippi hill country blues from the female perspective of the late, great, Jessie Mae Hemphill. A must-have!
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