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Local Rebel
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BB King and Friends 80 http://www.bbking.com/default.asp http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000AA4M9U/104-3154277-7578359?v=glance&n=5174

First on the list is the blues legend's latest release and Grammy winner.  Joined by giants like Van Morrison, Elton John, Mark Knopfler, Billy Gibbons, and Eric Clapton the granddaddy of blues guitar sounds as good as ever at 80 years old.

Special acclamation goes to the bone chilling rendition of 'The Thrill is Gone' done with Eric Clapton.  (littlewink do not read the next sentence) And Cheryl Crow is at her sultry best when she shares the microphone on 'Need Your Love So Bad'.  It makes me wish I was an old man -- I think she's sung with every old man in the music industry now.  Is it because she's that good -- or are musicians just a bunch of dirty old men?  

I hear these guys play and it makes me want to play until the day I die and hope it never comes.  If you want blues here it is.
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John Lee Hooker - Come See About Me (DVD) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Lee_Hooker http://www.johnleehooker.com/ http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0001XAMH2/104-3154277-7578359?v=glance&n=130

Whether he's sitting on a pond dock stomping his feet with his finger-pickin blues and harmonica blowin Van Morrison or Boogie Chillin on stage with the Rolling Stones and Eric Clapton, this DVD of vintage performances by the late master of solo electric blues delivers the goods.  

If you're a player and you want to watch technique (Hooker is one of my major influences) or if you just enjoy the music or the showmanship (and boogie woogie) this is a worthy investment of time and money.

Also -- if you have On Demand on your cable there are a few clips under 'Music', 'Concerts' available for free.
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Buddy Guy - Bring 'Em In http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000AOJ9X0/104-3154277-7578359?v=glance&n=5174 http://www.buddyguy.net/index_main.html http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buddy_Guy

WARNING:
This is prescription strength Chicago Blues and is not for use by those on medication for high blood pressure, heart disease, or if you've recently been shot by the vice-president of the United States.  

Transparent platform pumps and stripper pole sold separately.  (But recommended)

With a vocal range that would make Al Green turn green, guitar licks that inspired Jimi Hendrix, Clapton, and Page -- this CD is the Chicago legend's crown jewel.  He doesn't make any attempt to recap his career here -- he just cranks out funky mo-town rockin blues like he has for 60 years in a 'grab-your baby and hold on tight' groove that doesn't let up from beginning to end.  

Turn on the disco ball, break out the leather, the lingerie, the blindfolds and scarves -- and baby take off your clothes but put on this CD first and you will instantly be 20 years younger and 20 pounds lighter and you will blow your man's mind.

Buddy even out-funks himself with 'What Kind of Woman is This' and puts a whole new hue to blue on 'Somebody's Been Sleeping in My Bed'.

Life is good.
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Thanks, Reb...especially for lay lady lay!!!
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love the blues, i'd forget muddy waters: the essential collection & jimi hendrix blues to that list

i have 2 of a four part set that's absolutely brilliant. i downloaded them(shrugs, it's the only time i've seen this collection) that featured remastered singles from the smithsonian simply titled 'the blues'. i've been looking for the full set online and off but haven't had any luck. if you have any idea what i'm talking about or some info i'd appreciate it, i've included track listing below

3 of 4

Little Brother Montgomery
1. The First Time I Met You
Robert Johnson
2. I Believe I'll dust My Broom
3. Cross Road Blues
Peetie Wheatstraw
4. Peetie Wheatstraw Blues
Sonny Boy Williamson
5. Good Morning, Little School Girl
6. Sloppy Drunk Blues
Jimmy Rushing
7. Sent For You Yesterday
Joe Turner
8. Roll 'Em Pete
9. Wee Baby Blues
Bukka White
10. Fixin' To Die Blues
Blind Boy Fuller
11. Step It Up and Go
Tampa Red
12. Anna Lou Blues
Big Maceo
13. Worried Life Blues
Washboard Sam
14. I've Been Treated Wrong
T-Bone Walker
15. T-Bone Blues
16. Call It Stormy Monday
Tommy McClennan
17. Mozelle Blues
Louis Jordan
18. It's a Low Down Dirty Shame
Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson
19. Cherry Red
Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup
20. That's All Right
Charles Brown
21. Drifting Blues
Wynonie Harris
22. Mr. Blues Junmped the Rabbit
John Lee Hooler
23. Boogie Chillen'
Lightnin' Hopkins
24. Tim Moore's Farm
Jimmy Witherspoon
25. No Rollin' Blues


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1. Louisiana Blues-Muddy Waters

2. Honey Bee

3.Reconsider Baby-Lowell Fulson

4. Eyesight To The Blind-Aleck Miller

5. Monkey Woman Blues-Jimmy and Mama Yancey

6. Hound Dog-Big Mama Thornton

7. Mystery Train-Junoir Parker

8. Hoodoo Man-Junior Wells

9. Every Day I Have The Blues-Joe Williams

10. Smokestack Lightening'-Howlin' Wolf

11. The Sky is Crying-Elmore James

12. Woman Blues Boogie-Memphis Slim

13. Farther Up The Road-Bobby Blue Bland

14. I'll Take Care Of You

15. The First Time I Met The Blues-Buddy Guy

16. Rooster Blues-Lightenin'Slim

17. So Many Roads, So Many Trains-Otis Rush

18. Big Boss Man-Jimmy Reed

19. I Got A Woman-Ray Charles

20. Join The Army-Henry Johnson

21. Let's Straighten It Out-Latimore

22. Dog Days of August-John Cephas and Phil Wiggins
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I was just talkin' to the hubby about making the Chicago blues fest one of these years, too. The blues...

Love of the blues is prolly the only thing me and the hubby had in common when we meant, besides bad habits.

"uh huh huh ha huh..." John Lee Hooker and those cool ass shoes o his....

And I have already told all my glory story blues shows stories, so I'll not bore ya'll further, but man, I say let's get the four of us, and go slummin' here in New Orleans.

Slum, being he operative word.

But yep, although I'll pass on the jazz fest as it has grown so large and commercialized, the French Quarter fest is still a kick in the ass.

Let me know if ya'll will be in town--I'll be the old fat hippy chick escorted by "Harmonica George". Er...maybe.

All three of ya'll sound like a great date!
 
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