Various - The Best Of Blues Guitar mp3 flac download
|Genre:||Rock / Blues|
|Title:||The Best Of Blues Guitar|
|Style:||Blues Rock, Chicago Blues, Delta Blues, Electric Blues, Harmonica Blues, Louisiana Blues, Memphis Blues, Rhythm & Blues|
|Date of release:||2003|
|MP3 album size:||1443 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1957 mb|
|Digital formats:||TTA ASF VOC AUD DMF MOD AAC|
Travelling Blues And Gert Lange - The Colour Of The Blues 09. Roger Chapman - Moth To A Flame 10. Eric Clapton & Jimmy Page - Wang Dang-Doodle .
TrackList: 01 - Marc Reece - Teach Me Tonight 02 - Billy Price & Fred Chapellier - I'll Take Care Of You 03 - Paul Personne - En douceur 04 - Rudy Rotta - M. .
Listen free to Various Artists – The Very Best of Blues Guitar, Vol. 2 (My Love Will Never Die, My Patience Keeps Running Out and more). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. Deleting this artist may remove other artists and scrobbles from your library - please handle with caution! Note: You can view albums tagged as 'Various Artists' in your library here. The term Various Artists is used in the record industry when numerous singers and musicians collaborate on a song or collection of songs. fm, compilation album tracks appear under the name of Various Artists erroneously because the individual artist is not listed in the album's ID3 information.
Album · 2013 · 24 Songs. Michael Hill's Blues Mob. 4:20.
List of the 100 Greatest Blues Albums and 10 Best 'Jump Blues' Artists/album as compiled by digitaldreamdoor. Down and Out Blues - Sonny Boy Williamson 23. Confessin' The Blues - Little Walter 24. Johnny Winter - Johnny Winter 25. King of The Blues Guitar - Albert King 26. Can't Get No Grindin' - Muddy Waters 27. T-Bone Blues - T-Bone Walker 28.
The Grammy Award for Best Blues Album was an award presented at the Grammy Awards, a ceremony that was established in 1958 and originally called the Gramophone Awards, to recording artists for releasing albums in the blues genre.
The album has recently been nominated for the 2018 Best Contemporary Blues Album Award. Sonny Landreth is the undisputed champion of slide guitar. He has been going strong since 1973, releasing about 16 albums and bringing people his unique slide playing technique and style of Zydeco music. Named as King of Slydeco Landreth takes the Creole music of Zydeco which combines blues, R&B, and native creole music and adds his slide playing to it. Unlike many other slider players, Landreth uses the slide on his pinky finger, enabling him to solo with his remaining fingers. No wonder Joe Bonamassa calls him a freak of guitar nature. Recorded Live in Lafayette is a stellar display.
Here is our list of the BEST BLUES RECORDS ever. These albums, as well as being the greatest music ever heard, also tell a story. Before the 60's, most Blues records sold as singles, so most of the selections here are compilation albums. After the 60's we have selected the outstanding album or the live set which shows the best of the artist's talents. Our list covers all ages of the Blues, from the early Country Music styles through to the electric Blues of the City. The Blues has traveled around the world and back again, and our list reflects this. He helped to develop the idea of a Blues Band, with guitar, piano and harp, and incorporated jazz-influenced complexity into the urban sound. Blind lemon jefferson - king of the country blues. Blind Lemon Jefferson was one of the first Bluesmen to record his own material, rather than re-telling popular songs.
Track 1 is from the recording session for the album A Man And The Blues (VSD 79272), 1968. Tracks 2 - 4 are from the album A Man And The Blues (VSD 79272), 1968. Tracks 5 & 6 are from the album It's My Life, Baby! (VSD 73120), 1965. Tracks 7 - 11 are from the album Chicago/The Blues/Today! Volume 2 (VSD 79217), 1966. Track 12 is from the album Chicago/The Blues/Today! Vo. (VSD 79216), 1966. Tracks 13 - 15 are from the album So Many Roads (VSD 79178), 1965. Tracks 16 - 19 are from the compilation Blues With A Feeling (VCD2 77005), released in 1993
King, virtually every Chicago bluesman and every rocker who lays claim to the blues, including the three mentioned above, owe him homage. All versions of these songs are the original recordings, making this a smoking collection to own. This is all-killer, no filler; but what would you expect from Kings? Track Listing - Disc 1.
|–Muddy Waters||I Just Want To Make Love To You|
|–Jimmy Rogers||That's All Right|
|–John Lee Hooker||Walkin' The Boogie (Alternate)|
|–Bo Diddley||Who Do You Love?|
|–Buddy Guy||First Time I Met The Blues|
|–Elmore James||Talk To Me Baby (I Can't Hold Out)|
|–Sonny Boy Williamson||Checkin' Up On My Baby|
|–Bobby "Blue" Bland*||Stormy Monday Blues|
|–Howlin' Wolf||Killing Floor|
|–John Mayall's Bluesbreakers*, Eric Clapton||All Your Love|
|B0000377-02||Various||The Best Of Blues Guitar (CD, Comp, RM)||MCA Records, Chess, Chronicles, Duke, Deram||B0000377-02||US||2003|
|B000037702||Various||The Best Of Blues Guitar (CD, Comp, RM)||MCA Records, Chess, Chronicles, Duke, Deram||B000037702||Canada||2003|
|none||Various||The Best Of The Blues Guitar (CD, Comp, Club, RM)||MCA Records, Chess, Chronicles, Duke, Deram||none||US||2003|