DJ Play My Blues is the sixth studio album by blues musician Buddy Guy, recorded in December 1981 and released on JSP Records in 1982. It was the third in a trio of Guy albums on JSP. One year after the release of the slicker and funkier Breaking Out, Buddy Guy and his band entered Soto Sound Studio in Chicago and recorded one of the most remarkable Blues albums of the 1980's. Buddy's brother, Phil Guy, was on second guitar
Backline, Vol. 301. Play album. Go to artist profile. Sonny Webb & The Cascades. fm, compilation album tracks appear under the name of Various Artists erroneously because the individual artist is not listed in the album's ID3 information.
Easily Master Blues Guitar The Complete Guide to Playing Blues Guitar - Part One gives you all the tools you need to play. My focus is Blues, hence me picking this book up. What I like MOST about this book is, it is SIMPLE in it's instruction and approach, yet the ideas are really rooted in musical theory. It does NOT clog up pages with music theory. I have a TON of books that do, and end up putting those down because I'm just not there most of the time on concepts, and I JUST LIKE PLAYING GUITAR. I don't always want to THINK ABOUT STUFF when I'm playing
Until the 1930s, Blues guitarists used acoustic guitars and played them mostly finger style to accompany themselves while singing or telling a story. It was at that time a very chord based, almost Folk style of music. With the invention of the electric guitar and amplifiers, electric Blues (which initially sounded very similar) gave birth to new styles such as, Chicago Blues, Rhythm and Blues and Rock ‘n’ Roll in which guitarists started to play single note melodies (licks) without having to accompany themselves. Here is a brief overview of a few of the most common types of guitars that famous Blues guitarists have used to play Blues with, the kinds of sounds they will produce and some of the famous players who have used them. The Dreadnought Steel String Acoustic Guitar.
His debut album, Moanin’ in the Moonlight, highlighted his rough and raw vocals and intimidating persona, with backing from legends like Willie Dixon and Otis Spann, as well as a young Ike Turner who played piano on How Many More Years. But the standout is still Smokestack Lightning, with its hypnotic riffs and the Wolf’s high-pitched bawling. Muddy Waters: At Newport 1960. The Queen of Chicago Blues’ second album was her first for Chess Records, and features her signature song Wang Dang Doodle. The album evokes the juke joints of old and young on Pride and Joy and Love Struck Baby, the eaking speed and phrasing on Texas Flood and the absolute beauty of the album-closing instrumental Lenny. Released in 1983, it remains the high water mark of traditional blues albums.
How This Chart Works. Sales Data BLUES ALBUMS. This week's top-selling blues albums, ranked by sales data as compiled by Nielsen Music.
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|45-F 11368||Doug Sheldon||Book Of Love (7")||Decca||45-F 11368||UK||1961|