Album of the Week 8-6-22

Afternoon folks!

I've got some great blues for you. There's a live album from Buddy Guy & Jr. Wells and a nice 60's compilation from BB King. There's some blues rock from some of the usual suspects, Rory Gallagher and Ten Years After - I know that I've been posting a lot of their stuff, but I'm just working my way through the box that they were in. For a little variety, there's a live Flying Burrito Brothers album and some cool old jazz-blues with Leon Redbone.


A reminder that the links go to information about the albums.

Here 'tis:

Buddy Guy & Junior Wells With Bill Wyman, Pinetop Perkins, Terry Taylor & Dallas Taylor - Drinkin' TNT 'N' Smokin' Dynamite

B.B, King - His Best - The Electric B.B. King

Rory Gallagher - Photo-Finish

Ten Years After - A Space In Time

Flying Burrito Brothers - Last Of The Red Hot Burritos

Leon Redbone - Champagne Charlie

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janis b's picture

I especially enjoyed Ten Years After. It fits well into this space and time for me.

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dystopian's picture

Great sounds Joe. I nominate Buddy Guy for 'Most Affable Blues Man'. That Buddy and B.B. were great. Over socal way, A Space in Time was revered. That opening to One of these Days is one of the best song intros ever. Hard Monkeys, Let the Sky Fall, Love 2 Change the World, what great music. And Baby Won't you let me... is one of the best extensions of the double stop 'Chuck Berry' thing ever. Leo Lyons was a beast on bass, exactly perfect what Alvin Lee needed. Like McAvoy and Gallagher, a match made in heaven.

thanks for the soundscapes!

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