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Johnny's second Columbia LP brought him his first pop hit: his rowdy rendition of Johnny B. Goode . That one plus his take on Dylan's Highway 61 Revisited and stellar originals like Hustled down in Texas made this 1969 release (featuring brother Edgar on keys and sax) one of Johnny's all-time best.
|20th Century Masters: The Best of the Allman Brothers Band
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The "principle architects of Southern Rock" carve out their finest jam-band style and blues-rock music for this 11-track album.
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|His Best 1947-55 (Chess 50th Anniversary Collectio
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When Muddy took the traditional Delta blues he'd mastered in Mississippi and put a new urban charge into it, Chess Records was there and Chicago blues (not to mention rock 'n' roll) would never be the same. This collection features 20 of his classic early sides, including I'm Your Hoochie Koochie Man; Mannish Boy; I'm Ready; I Just Want to Make Love to You; Rollin' Stone , and many more.
One of the best recordings in Chess Records' 50th Anniverary series is the first of two bookend Muddy Waters collections, His Best 1947-55. Documenting Waters's most creatively and commercially successful years at Aristocrat/Chess, this CD begins with his formative years and ends with Waters at his peak. So you're in for a lot of terrific bottleneck slide guitar work as well as electric Chicago blues. What's to criticize? Superb remasterings of "I Can't Be Satisfied," "Rollin' and Tumblin'," "I'm Ready," and "Mannish Boy" are simply beyond reproach. With simple bass accompaniment from Ernest "Big" Crawford, Waters's bottleneck tracks are spare, haunting and, quite frankly, perfect country blues. And listening to Waters, Little Walter, Willie Dixon, and Jimmy Rogers piece together (and perfect very quickly) the classic Chicago sound is pure blues epiphany. At the very least, this collection shows you why Waters's rollicking stop-time classics like "Mannish Boy" and "I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man" have sparked endless imitations over the years--and why nobody has played them better since. --Ken Hohman
|Win, Lose or Draw
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This Allman Brothers classic comes home to Capricorn Records sporting remastering from the original master tapes and packaging authentic to the original LP release. Tracks: "Can't Lose What You Never Had," "Just Another Love Song," "Nevertheless," "Win, Lose Or Draw," "Louisiana Lou And Three Card Monty John," "High Falls" and "Sweet Mama."
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Songlines, is the first new recording by The Derek Trucks Band in nearly four years, and the first studio album to feature the full-throated, impassioned vocals of newest DTB member, Mike Mattison. Songlines signals the DTB's arrival at a spiritual plateau after a decade long journey of musical discovery, and cements Trucks' reputation as one of the greatest guitarists of his generation. While Songlines embraces the group's big-eared love of rock, jazz, blues, latin and world music, it is unquestionably their most cohesive album to date. Columbia. 2006.
Just in his mid-twenties when this album was released in early 2006, the guitar tone of Allman Brothers Band guitarist Derek Trucks (nephew of founding drummer Butch) has become one of the most recognizable sounds to be squeezed out of the instrument. Snake-like, swampy, and filled with tense soul, his slide work has been compared to Ry Cooder's, and perhaps inevitably, to Duane Allman's. On his first album of new studio material in four years, Trucks steers his malleable band through a heady blend of jazz, Jamaican, gospel, blues, and world music, occasionally even combining styles in a single track. Any disc that covers deep soul man O.V. Wright, Pakistani music legend Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, and reggae journeyman Toots Hibbert can't help but swim in eclectic waters. But Trucks pulls it all together with a sure sense of flow and arrangements that never let the tunes descend into free fall.Soul singer and newest band member Mike Mattison acquits himself admirably, bringing a tough gospel edge to "I Wish I Knew (How It Would Feel to Be Free)," an airy, ethereal quality to the floating "This Sky," and gruff spirit to the original rocker "Revolution." Although there are plenty of solos, Trucks's structured approach never lets the tunes sink into aimless jams, navigating his lines around the verses rather than vice versa. As classy and controlled as his rather stoic stage presence, Songlines confirms Derek Trucks's status as one of music's most innovative, fearless and affecting guitar players, regardless of age. --Hal Horowitz
|Paint It Blue: Songs Of The Rolling Stones
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|Crossroads: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
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|Father Of The Delta Blues: The Complete 1965 Sessions
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With this seminal figure's early work either out-of-print or only available overseas, these 1965 sessions take on an almost mystical importance. House had quit music for years when he was rediscovered in the early '60s and, as you will hear, time had not harmed his voice or his slide technique. These 21 tracks-12 unreleased-include his great Preachin' Blues essential stuff.
According to legend, it was Son House's blistering bottleneck guitar that prompted Robert Johnson to pick up a six string. House's potent early recordings from 1930 and 1941 to 1942 showcased his raw, emotionally powerful style, but never received the acclaim of Johnson's. When he was rediscovered during the '60s blues revivalist movement, House's voice still possessed wall-shaking intensity and his idiosyncratic slide guitar still had bite. These 21 recordings (including five alternate takes) offer superior fidelity and significant room for House to stretch out. The first disc features his classic "Preachin' Blues," a stirring a capella "Grinning in Your Face," and a nine-minute "Levee Camp Moan," with Canned Heat's Al Wilson on harp. Disc two (outtakes and alternates) includes an odd homage to President Kennedy and a riveting version of the spiritual "Motherless Children." --Marc Greilsamer
|The Best of Charlie Patton
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23 tracks from the man generally considered to be the founder of the delta blues! Sharecroppers would put down their farm tools and gather from miles around to see this guy play; includes Mississippi Bo Weevil Blues; Screamin' and Hollerin' the Blues; High Water Everywhere Part 1; Pony Blues; Pea Vine Blues; I'm Goin' Home; Rattlesnake Blues; Down the Dirt Road Blues; I Shall Not Be Moved; Banty Rooster Blues, and more.
|Hound Dog Taylor and the Houserockers [Vinyl LP]
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In celebration of the label's 40th Anniversary, Alligator Records is releasing this classic catalog title on 180 gram vinyl! It's the label's legendary first release from 1971, a raucous, joyous dose of Chicago slide blues that has influenced everyone from George Thorogood to Gov't Mule to Jon Spencer. Remastered with bonus track "Look On Yonder's Wall," this title has been out of print on vinyl for 20 years.
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