Music – Blues

My music blog, Lady Bastet Music has just passed 500 postings. Some samples … first up ten blues numbers. Njoy

Ten blues numbers …

 

Tipitina by Professor Longhair (1956)

T-Bone Shuffle by Junior Wells and Buddy Guy from Play The Blues (1972)

Rags and Old Iron by Nina Simone from Forbidden Fruit (1963)

It’s All Over Now by The Rolling Stones from The Rolling Stones (1966)

Low Society by Ray Charles from Blues + Jazz (1959)

My Babe by Little Walter (1955)

Howlin’ For My Baby by Howlin’ Wolf from Moaning in the Moonlight (1959)

All Your Love by John Mayall feat Eric Clapton from Bluesbreakers With Eric Clapton (1966)

Trouble in Mind by Jimmy Witherspoon (1959)

Working Man’s Blues by The Devil Makes Three from Do Wrong Do Right (2009)

 

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