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Nothin' But The Blues

Nothin' But The Blues Lowest new price: $5.97
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Model: 3865732

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I'm the Boss Card in Your Hand

I'm the Boss Card in Your Hand Lowest used price: $16.48
Brand: Black Ace

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Hard Road to Hoe

Hard Road to Hoe Lowest new price: $13.93
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Brand: Cd Baby

Hard Road To Hoe is the third release from 2014 International Blues Challenge 2nd place finishers and Memphis, TN's very own Ghost Town Blues Band. This twelve-song record, lead by front man Matt Isbell is an enormous explosion of blues and roots music from Memphis, though the hills of North Mississippi, down the Big Muddy all the way to New Orleans. Recorded on 2" tape, chalked full of horns, organ, piano, cigar box guitars, harmonica from 3-time BMA nominee Brandon Santini and even featuring push broom and shovel percussion, this album was recorded in the newly renovated Ardent Studios-Studio C by 6-time Grammy Nominated Producer and Engineer, Kevin Houston, Matt Isbell and Preston McEwen.

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1995 Grammy Nominees

1995 Grammy Nominees Lowest new price: $3.92
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Grammy Nominees ~ 1995 Grammy Nominees

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Muddy Waters: The Anthology, 1947-1972

Muddy Waters: The Anthology, 1947-1972 Lowest new price: $23.54
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Brand: WATERS,MUDDY

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Artist: WATERS,MUDDY
Title: ANTHOLOGY 1947-72
Street Release Date: 08/28/2001
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Genre: BLUES TRADITIONAL

Muddy Waters should need no introduction. Not only did he provide a name for the world's greatest rock & roll band, but he also created the Chicago electric blues sound that's dominated the genre since he first hit the windy city in the late 1940s. His bands also featured what would become a who's who of electric blues: Little Walter, Jimmy Rogers, Otis Spann, James Cotton, Junior Wells, Buddy Guy, and the list goes on. The Anthology covers Waters's most important period: his first years at Chess through the late 1960s. All his best-known songs are featured in their definitive versions, providing the perfect introduction to a blues master who doesn't need one. --Mike Johnson

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Captured Live

Captured Live Lowest new price: $3.98
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Brand: Sony BMG Special Markets
Model: 3865355

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The Duke Meets The Earl

The Duke Meets The Earl Lowest new price: $12.39
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Brand: Stony Plain Music
Model: 2160507

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Duke Robillard and Ronnie Earl are among blues guitar's hottest pistols, but their first studio union is no showdown. Although Robillard is steeped in all aspects of technique and Earl is a pure "soul" player, their styles overlap in the Texas and Chicago schools, which grant both giants plenty of space for elegant and biting single-note solos, daredevil string-bending, and chugging rhythms. Robillard sings two numbers and "Mighty" Sam McClain, whose red-clay voice is the perfect foil for their emotional fretwork, guests on Earl's heartbroken epic "A Soul That's Been Abused." The real mojo, however, is in the instrumentals, where these virtuosos who emerged from the New England scene to achieve worldwide acclaim maintain a beatific dialogue. They both swing like T-Bone Walker on "Two Bones and a Pick" and trade sliding chords and slide guitar licks on "Zeb's Thing," which dips into down-home Mississippi grit. The highlight is "My Tears," on which Robillard sings sad and dirty, Earl turns sustained notes into Zen koans, and both players stretch their flair for dynamics and brilliant, unhurried, lyrical playing to its limit. Fans of blues guitar need to hear this album. --Ted Drozdowski

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Folk Singer (Original Master Recording)

Folk Singer (Original Master Recording) Lowest new price: $142.95
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The Hard Stuff

The Hard Stuff Lowest new price: $7.43
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Brand: Thorogood, George & Destroyers
Model: 2191239

George Thorogood is the quintessential American blues-rock guitarist. In a career that spans more than three decades, he has led his band The Destroyers to the very pinnacle of the blues pyramid spawning such classic tracks as Bad To The Bone , I Drink Alone , Get A Haircut and One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer among others. This new album sees him honing his talent even further on new self-penned tracks such as The Hard Stuff and Any Town USA, and a selection of classic covers such as John Lee Hooker's Huckle Up Baby and Fats Domino's Hello Josephine, all given the unmistakable Thorogood treatment.

Brushing off criticisms that his albums all sound the same as casually as he peels off Chuck Berry licks from his trusty Gibson, George Thorogood keeps the faith on The Hard Stuff. Coproducer Jim Gaines (Jimmy Thackery, Santana, Luther Allison, Stevie Ray Vaughan), who knows his way around a bluesy riff, returns to add his touch. The combination of rugged production with a relatively varied set makes this a keeper in the bulging Thorogood catalog. The guitarist and his band churn through a rollicking set with as much enthusiasm and fire as someone with half his 56 years. The Stonesy attack of "Rock Party" is mixed with high-voltage shuffles ("Takin' Care of Business" [not the BTO tune]), swinging, upbeat instrumentals ("Cool It!"), and the usual assortment of unexpected covers from the likes of Bo Diddley, John Lee Hooker, Howlin' Wolf, and Fats Domino. Thorogood maintains a refreshing sense of self-deprecation on the boogielicious "I Didn't Know," where he repeats variations on the title with a wink and a smile. A surprisingly subtle acoustic cover of Bob Dylan's "Drifter's Escape" proves he isn't afraid to take it down a notch, and a sizzling, rootsy take on Johnny Shines's "Dynaflow Blues" shows his proficiency on National Steel slide guitar.

At almost an hour, the album is on the long side, but the playing is consistently inspired and Thorogood never sounds like he's going through the motions--no small feat at this stage of his thirty-plus-year career. With enough diversity to keep it interesting, The Hard Stuff proves the typically dependable Thorogood still has plenty of gas left in the tank to keep his cylinders firing. --Hal Horowitz

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King Of The Delta Blues Singers (180 Gram Vinyl)

King Of The Delta Blues Singers (180 Gram Vinyl) Lowest new price: $19.99
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Brand: Hi Horse

The classic album of the blues legend.

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