Album of the Week - 1-28-23
Another week, another fine mess of blues. This week there's some old country-blues banjo style from the 20's. Dock Boggs was an early country blues player and you'll find lyrics and patterns in his music that show up in later blues compositions. There's also some more modern country blues from Doc Watson.
There's some serious Chicago blues from Eddie Taylor. There's a bunch of blues rock from Roy Buchanan, Free and Evan Johns and the H-Bombs.
There are also albums from Emmylou Harris, It's A Beautiful Day and Renaissance for a little variety in your listening.
I will be adding tunes to the Dock Boggs, Doc Watson and Eddie Taylor playlists. the former sometime next week the latter two over the weekend.
Dock Boggs - Country Blues: Complete Early Recordings
Eddie Taylor - Big Town Playboy
Roy Buchanan - Roy Buchanan And The Snakestretchers
Emmylou Harris - Quarter Moon In A Ten Cent Town
today is the day when hope died
so, whatever, be well nevertheless. Good Night and Good Luck.
did some fascist shoot pandora and steal her box?
sounds like a day to mark on the calendar.
sleep well, feel better.
Great raft of tunes man
your basement must be chock-a-full of vinyls
thanks for sharing!
glad you're enjoying the tunes. yep, there are a lot of boxes of vinyl. i have been collecting music for better than 50 years, i have at least a couple of thousand vinyl albums, probably more, i've never counted them.
have a great evening!
I was introduced to Doc Watson
by TLOML. I had never heard of him.
When I heard this song, I really stopped in my tracks. I am a horse person, an equestrienne as some would say, and a history buff, familiar with how horses changed civilization. Oh, and war.
"We'll know our disinformation program is complete when everything the American public believes is false." ---- William Casey, CIA Director, 1981
great sounds JS!
Hey Joe! Awesome sounds man. I did not need to listen to that Roy Buchanan again, But I did. And it was awesome. That Sweet Dreams is crazy good. I love that seminal 'Messiah' too. A live one in 80's on a bootleg club gig has him saying "if they say it was suicide it wasn't". He changed that intro a lot as he refined it.
Thanks for the great tunes!
We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.
Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.
both - Albert Einstein
Great tunes as always!!!
I wouldn't be surprised if you had a warehouse with 2M vinyl LPs stored, joe.
Inner and Outer Space: the Final Frontiers.