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Songlist

1966-
New York Metropolis Blues (The Yardbirds)
Chauffer Blues (Jefferson Plane)
1967-
Purple Property (Jimi Hendrix)
Born Below a Undesirable Sign (Albert King)
Backlash Blues (Nina Simone)
Blues for Mama (Nina Simone)
Somebody Mortgage Me a Dime (Fenton Robinson)
1968-
Fried Hockey Boogie (Canned Heat)
On The Highway Again (Canned Heat)
Leaving Trunk (Taj Mahal)
Turtle Blues (Janis Joplin)
Mr. Dupree Blues (Champion Jack Dupree)
Hawk Squat (J.B. Hutto)
Black Magic Girl (Fleetwood Mac)
1969-Very first Time I Satisfied The Blues (Buddy Guy)
Hookin’ (Earl Hooker)
I Can not Give up You Little one (Led Zeppelin)
5 Lengthy Years (Buddy Guy)
Kozmic Blues (Janis Joplin)
Dallas (Johnny Winter)
1970-
Hats Off to Roy Harper (Led Zeppelin)
Given that I’ve Been Loving You (Led Zeppelin)
Back again Door Guy (Willie Dixon)
The Thrill Is Gone (BB King)

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13 comments

  1. …………………….where is Jimi Hendrix ……..Voodoo Child ……………………that was a great blues song ….featuring Steve Winwood on organ …………from the electric lady land album

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  2. red house greatest song ever
    hendrix live¡

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  3. you have a great taste of music

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  4. Great selection of songs. Long live the blues.

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  5. WHERE… IS… BEER… DRINKING… WOMAN… TAKE… TWO… DAMNIT! you did a good job with the songs, i just want it to be there… Nice!

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  6. You do realize that this list consists songs between 1966 and 1970, and SRV did his first album in early 80s?

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  7. @king689 you must be the awesome uploader, thank you so much !!!

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  8. The Thrill is Gone kind of sounds like an Electric Light Orchestra song.

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  9. These are excellent lists–this has been the greatest hour I've spent cataloging artists and songs I need to hear. As an avid blues fan, I'm amazed I've never heard a lot of this music. Thanks again.

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  10. you should have included "hear my train a comin" by Jimi Hendrix….. most epic blues ever….

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  11. I grew up during this time. I lived in Forrest City, AR and used to ride the train to Memphis just to hear the blues when I was 9. WOW!!! What memories. Thank you.

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  12. This is the era ,I first opened my ears to Blues,Thanks to an older brother & the British Blues Boom of the late 60s.

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  13. Great selection 🙂 I tell ya, I'd have a hard time picking 🙂

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