Dave da Dude Posted November 9, 2003 Share Posted November 9, 2003 absolutely GREAT, but a dark hotel room, lousy AOL interactives and very s..l..o..w and weirdly layed out cordless keyboard may prevent many details. I've llost the post two or three times now, I'v lost count. I'm going to post and eidt. name: "Pure Blues", details - too dark, but I am really excited about this CD. Stumbled on it at Barnes & Nobels Friday in Durham, NC. See AMG dot com for details. First "cut", Eric Clapton & Duane Allman doing "Mean Old World" on an Out Take from recording session around 1970 (can't see to read right now) SRV in a LIVE version of "Texas Flood" (Great) Howlin' Wolf doing "Spoonful" (later covered by EC) Big Mama Thornton doing "Hound Dog" long before Carl Perkins or Elvis John Lee Hooker with "One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer" Albert King doin "Born Under A Bad Sign" (also covered by EC with Cream) a young (1960?) B. B. King doing (what else) "The Thrill Is Gone" and a bevy of other great artists and songs for a total of twenty songs so clearly showig The Blues and the history of Rock 'n Roll. I am stoked! Really a great overall view of the Blues and its interaction with Rock 'n Roll. I bought it to listen to Howlin' Wolf per bluestrat recommendation, and the others that I recognized. Any thoughts? Dave Gotta' geetar... got the amp. There must be SOMEthing else I... "need". Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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