Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by bjarmson, Mar 24, 2006.
Think I'll join ya...
Right Place, Wrong Time
Otis Rush - Cold Day in Hell
Another good Otis disc
Another good Delmark disc
Johnny Winter- Scorchin' Blues
Epic/ Legacy Records
A good compilation of Columbia and Blue Sky Records. Includes a nice live version of Mean Town Blues from the Filmore East.
I was watching the YouTube video of Johnny playing Mean Town Blues at Woodstock last night. Highly recommended if you haven't seen it in a while.
More Johnny Winter
Johnny Winter- self titled
I've got that Scorchin' CD.
Short, but sweet comp. Probably not the most authoritative Winter comp out there, but it's got good flow.
A lotta goodness to be found in those Sony/Legacy/Roots N Blues CDs, and they can often be had for a song. Heck there's a copy of this one on amazon right now for $1.29.
This one and Progressive Blues (also titled Austin Texas) are JW at his most soulful.
Johnny Winter- Progressive Blues Experiment
I didn't buy this for the longest time because of the album cover in combination with the name made me wonder if it would be a train wreck of an album. I don't like my blues progressive or an experiment.
Glad I finally did buy it.
John Hammond - Mirrors
Freddie King - Woman Across The Water
Johnny Winter- Nothin' But the Blues
Blue Sky Records
Johnny Winter and - Live
It's surprising how many of my Johnny Winter discs were on the clearance rack (and still have the sticker)
Win-win for me
Found this CD sealed at the local thrift.
Being sealed I searched Youtube to give it a listen.
I would rather leave it sealed and move it on if I didn't like it.
Not bad. I need to listen to these tracks on Youtube more to see if they grow on me.
I prefer the Chicago Electric Guitar Blues sound more.
Sonny Boy Williamson
The Checker Singles: 1955-1962
Jimmy Dawkins- Blues and Pain
Wild Dog Blues Records
Jimmy Dawkins- All For Blues
I listen to Jimmy Dawkins regularly.
Great Blues man.
Jimmy Dawkins- Blistering
Jimmy Dawkins- Fast Fingers
Otis Rush - All Your Love I Miss Loving
Live at the Wise Fools Pub, Chicago
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