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    Atypical is offline
    Blues from all eras that stimulate and soothe.

    Elmore James King Of The Slide Guitar
    Dust My Broom


    Clapton does this. It's great. So is this.

    Elmore James (4/2/16 link repaired)
    It Hurts Me Too

    Jimmy Reed
    Ain't That Lovin' You

    Slim Harpo
    Baby Scratch My Back

    Sonny Boy Williamson
    Keep It To Yourself[/SIZE]


    Here is the famous Robbie Robertson telling a story about meeting Sonny Boy Williamson. Important

    Lowell Fulsom

    Junior Parker
    Love Ain't Nothin' But A Business Goin' On

    Howlin' Wolf
    Smokestack Lightnin'

    Little Walter
    My Babe

    Little Milton
    Grits Ain't Groceries

    John Lee Hooker
    Boom Boom

    John Lee Hooker/Van Morrison
    Serves Me Right To Suffer

    Lightnin' Hopkins
    Please Don't Go

    Muddy Waters
    You Can't Lose What You Never Had (ain't that the damn truth)

    Bobby "Blue" Bland
    Stormy Monday


    Bobby "Blue" Bland
    When Hearts Grow Cold


    With his trademarked "growl" here are two more of his classics.

    Bobby "Blue" Bland
    That's The Way Love Is

    Bobby "Blue" Bland
    Ain't No Love In The Heart Of The City


    Bobby "Blue" Bland
    Goin' Down Slow


    Bobby "Blue" Bland
    I Wouldn't Treat A Dog (anyone here relate to this song? lol)


    Albert King's live version of Stormy Monday. Damn!

    Albert King was the originator of record of this tune. It is an especially emotional, gut-grabbing blues song, but that may be a bit of hyperbole since blues is all about emotional, "making you feel"' music. These covers pay tribute to the original, as they should, but add a flavor all their own.

    Albert King

    I'll Play The Blues For You (10/28/13 link repaired)

    Big Head Todd and The Monsters (3/29/17 I listen to this regularly. More than five years later this is one of the best versions I have ever heard.)

    I'll Play the Blues For You


    There are many traveling "bar bands" that have exceptional talent. Here's one that does this tune with the emotion and intensity it deserves.

    The David Gerald Band

    I'll Play The Blues For You


    Karen Carroll's great version used to be here but was made "private." Bummer. Try this.

    Stormy Monday (posted on Monday otherwise I would be irresponsible).


    Mighty Sam McCain

    When The Hurt Is Over


    This is sooo nice. Guys - ignore the photo and just listen - and read the comments.

    Snowy White

    Midnight Blues


    Things are grim. Need this more than ever.

    Kenny Neal

    Blues Fallin' Down Like Rain


    Research was necessary here. I am essentially confident that this is not as listed (Nortons play very different music) but...

    ...Susan Tedeschi, who is a major blues/rock artist. Husband, Derek Trucks, is also a well-known blues guitarist, formerly with the Allman Brothers band (and others.) They now perform as the Tedeschi Trucks band.

    Married To The Blues


    Tedeschi Trucks Band

    Love Has Something Else To Say


    And Royal Albert Hall no less! (this is more than impressive, it's stunning, and another example why I consider blues some of the best music there is.)

    Tedeschi Trucks Band

    The Sky Is Crying


    There is stuff going on here in the background; the song is an old Derek and the Dominos one. That should get you started. Dynamite version.

    Tedeschi Trucks Band

    Any Day


    This is so mellow, so smooth, and oh so sweet.

    Sonny Black

    Blues Walkin' By My Side


    Tony Joe White

    Ain't Goin' Down This Time



    When The Blues Catch Up With You


    Billy Branch with Lurrie Bell & The Sons Of The Blues (this tune demands stellar blues harp mastery; this version exceeds the standard)

    Help Me


    Blue Morning

    What Kind Of Woman Is This? (If you introduce me I'll try to find out.)



    You're My Chocolate


    Devil Blues

    Come Fly With Me


    Aynsley Lister

    Need Her So Bad (damn!)


    Alabama Blues Machine

    Must Be Love


    Mike Griffin

    The Blues Ain't Never Gonna Die


    Eddie Cotton, Jr

    Let's Straighten It Out
    Last edited by Atypical; 04-29-2017 at 12:12 AM.

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