Hey folks and Metal-Heads!

My question to you is; What are your favorite (Blues)Rock songs?
I want to listen some great (Blues)Rock but i don't know that many artists and songs with that genre and want to learn some great songs. Please name your Top 5, 10, 20, 25 or more.

Thanks people.
Some Day the Sun Won't Shine for You- Jethro Tull
It's Breaking Me Up- Jethro Tull
You Gotta Move- The Rolling Stones
In the Morning- Jefferson Airplane
Hesitation Blues- Hot Tuna
The Allman Brothers Band - Statesboro Blues, It's Not My Cross To Bear, Black Hearted Woman, Trouble No More, Whipping Post, Leave My Blues At Home, One Way Out, Done Somebody Wrong, Can't Take It With You, High Cost Of Low Living, Maydell, Low Down Dirty Mean, Bad Rain

The Beatles - Yer Blues, For You Blue

Bonnie Raitt - Love Me Like A Man

Buddy Miles - Texas

Canned Heat - Bullfrog Blues, Evil Woman, On The Road Again, Dust My Broom, The Hunter, Let's Work Together, Going Up The Country, It's Alright, Long Way From L.A.

Atlanta Rhythm Section - Outside Woman Blues

David Gilmour - Cry From The Street

Delaney & Bonnie & Friends - Comin' Home

Derek And The Dominos - Key To The Highway, Got To Get Better In A Little While

Eric Clapton - Motherless Children, I Can't Hold Out, Blues Power, Bottle Of Red Wine, Roll It Over, I'm Tore Down, If I Had Possession Over Judgement Day

The Faces - Around The Plynth, Stay With Me, Dishevelment Blues

Fleetwood Mac - Oh Well, Searching For Madge/Fighting For Madge

Frank Zappa - Cosmik Debris, The Illinois Enema Bandit, Penguin In Bondage, More Trouble Every Day

Grand Funk Railroad - Sin's A Good Man's Brother

Hot Tuna - Ode for Billy Dean, Candy Man, Know Your Rider

Humble Pie - Four Day Creep

J. Geils Band - Whammer Jammer, Hard Drivin' Man, Serves You Right To Suffer

The Jimi Hendrix Experience - I Don't Live Today, Voodoo Chile, Rainy Day Dream Away/Still Raining Still Dreaming, Voodoo Child (Slight Return)

Johnny Winter - Rollin' And Tumblin', Tribute to Muddy, Mean Town Blues, Stray Cat Blues, Self-Destructive Blues, Pick Up on My Mojo, Rock Me Baby, Can't You Feel It

Led Zeppelin - Travelin' Riverside Blues, How Many More Times, The Lemon Song, Black Dog, When the Levee Breaks, In My Time of Dying, Sick Again, Nobody's Fault But Mine

Little Feat - A Apolitical Blues, Forty-Four Blues: How Many More Years

The Marshall Tucker Band - Everyday (I Have the Blues)

The Paul Butterfield Blues Band - Born In Chicago, Mellow Down Easy, Mystery Train

Robin Trower - Too Rolling Stoned, Bridge of Sighs, Messin' the Blues

The Rolling Stones - Shake Your Hips, Ventilator Blues, Stop Breaking Down, Midnight Rambler

Ron Wood - Am I Grooving You

Rory Gallagher - Loanshark Blues, In Your Town, Crest of A Wave, They Don't Make Them Like You Anymore

Savoy Brown - Louisiana Blues, I'm Tired, Shake 'Em On Down
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Wow Jazz Funeral..
impressive list you got there
Thank you very much, it'll keep me busy playing some bluesrock
(and maybe others too.)


^ Thanks, and no problem man.

That's just limited to more "Classic" Rock groups. I could do the same for newer stuff too. How much are you looking for?
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I am not aware with rock song but when I visit this thread. I see the list and find that song. I think this make me fan for it. And more over I have no that there are to many artist in Blue Rock. It will take time to listed rock song. Thanks for giving me choice about Blue Rock Song.
I love Blues Rock it's so relaxed and you just play what you wanna play.
I love the "old" Blues Rock, like Jimi Hendrix or Allman brothers or Led Zeppelin, so your list was perfect Jazz Funeral.
But if you like you can always put your other favorite songs of Blues Rock here, even if it's the "new" blues rock, doesn't matter.

Alright, I'll give it another go. Here's a bunch of Blues Rock from bands that are too new to be considered "Classic". (With apologies to BrainDamage for stretching Forum rules)

Alvin Youngblood Hart - Big Momma's Door (Might Return), Motivational Speaker, In My Time of Dying

The ARC Angels - Living in a Dream, Spanish Moon, Shape I'm In, Too Many Ways to Fall

Back Door Slam - Come Home, Too Late, It'll All Come Around, Keep On Searching

Ben Harper - When It's Good, Homeless Child, The Woman in You

Ben Harper and Relentless7 - Number With No Name, Lay There & Hate Me, Boots Like These

Blue Mountain - Special Rider Blues, Westbound, Skinny Dipping

Capt. Soularcat - The Rise, Snake Pocket Blues, Burnin' Ambers

Cary Hudson - Things Ain't What They Used to Be, 8 Ball Blues, Jellyroll, Ain't No Tellin'

Chris Whitley - Phone Call from Leavenworth

The Deadstring Brothers - Rollin' Blues

Deep Blue Sun - Another Day

Delta Moon - Hellbound Train, Lonely, Stuck in Carolina

The Derek Trucks Band - Down in the Flood, Get What You Deserve, Don't Miss Me, Preachin' Blues, Alright, Chevrolet

Devon Allman's Honeytribe - Could Get Dangerous, Endless Diamond, New Pet Monkey, Torch, When I Call Home, Perfect World, Something I Know, Why You Wanna Bring Me Down?

Doyle Bramhall II - Green Light Girl, So You Want It to Rain, Soul Shaker, Smokestack

Geoff Achison - Chasing My Tail, Soul Digger, Natch'l Fax, Tell Me Something I Don't Know, Jungle, Blow My Top, One Ticket One Ride, Soul to Soul, Bridge, Overtime, Rule the World, Living in Fear, Reach for the Sky

Gov't Mule - Broke Down on the Brazos, Inside Outside Woman Blues #3, Beautifully Broken, Worried Down With the Blues, Catfish Blues, Lola Leave Your Light On, Grinnin' In Your Face/Mother Earth, Rocking Horse, Monkey Hill, Mule, Brand New Angel, Brighter Days, Endless Parade, I Think You Know What I Mean, I Can't Be You

Grace Potter & The Nocturnals - Sweet Hands

Hill Country Revue - Georgia Women

Indigenous - Little Time, Rest of My Days

Izzy Stradlin & The Ju Ju Hounds - Train Tracks

Jeff Lang - Too Easy to Kill, Cutthroat

Joe Bonamassa - Burning Hell, A New Day Yesterday, If Heartaches Were Nickels, So It's Like That

Joe Pitts - Blue Light Rain, Just A Matter of Time

Marc Ford - 1000 Ways, The Same Thing, Running Man Blues

Marc Ford & The Neptune Blues Club - Locked Down Tight, Don't Get Me Killed

Sonny Landreth - Hell At Home, Natural World, The Road We're On

The Steepwater Band - Back To the Bottle, Ain't Gonna Waste the Day Cryin', Dirty Ol' Blues, Rain, Addicted, Jammin' Down Southern, Another Cold Letdown, Collision, Government Graffiti, Indiana Line

Susan Tedeschi - Talkin' About, Back to the River, Butterfly, Can't Sleep at Night, Rock Me Right, Little by Little, Just Won't Burn

Tab Benoit - Night Train, Making the Bend, Howlin' for My Darlin', Muddy Bottom Blues

Tishamingo - Get on Back, Bad News, Whiskey State of Mind, Waistin' Time

There you go. Happy hunting.
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The Band/The Levon Helm Band - 4% Pantomime, The River Hymn, The Weight, Blind Willie McTell, Bessie Smith, Unfaithful Servant (written by Bob Dylan)... The Levon Helm Band seems a lot more bluesy and guitary than the Band versions do

Bob Dylan - Stuck Inside of Mobile With the Memphis Blues Again, Mississippi, One of Us Must Know, Just Like Tom's Thumb's Blues

Janis Joplin - Piece of My Heart

Hendrix - One Rainy Wish, Castles Made of Sand, Little Wing

The Grateful Dead - Tennessee Jed, Brown Eyed Women, Throwing Stones

CCR - (nearly everything)
There was this wonderful thread we had here a while ago with a list of Blues Rock musicians and their recommended albums...can't seem to put my finger on what it was calle....oh wait Official Classic Rock Recommendation Thread

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Rory Gallagher - Loanshark Blues, In Your Town, Crest of A Wave, They Don't Make Them Like You Anymore

Great list, but this bit needs expanding...

Bullfrog Blues, Bought and Sold, Edged in Blue, Barley and Grape Rag...and those are just some I cannot leave unmentioned
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Possibly the best blues rock song of all time is Oh Well by Fleetwood Mac. I'm sure the thread starter is going to disregard anything by Fleetwood Mac (understandable given the public's perception of them), but before they got Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham they were a blues rock band that rocked pretty damn hard.
Hey, I'm Mike.
Thank you all very very much. It's wonderful of you all that you named all of those artists i've never heard of. This will keep me busy for a long long time, and i hope others will be busy playin' blues rock too. (i'll be busy till december next year i think)

Keep it comin' if you want.

Everybody needs to hear Johnny Winter's "Highway 61." A killer band that is mixing blues and extreme metal influences is Brimstone Fist. Check out the songs "Wastelands" and "Imaginary Friends."
Believe it or not, the Steve Miller Band actually started out as a San Francisco blues band. After The Joker became a monster hit, they switched to a more pop-rock sound (it was still great music though. The difference between pop music then to pop music now). These two SMB songs were their biggest pre-Joker hits, and are just plain awesome. And the Bob Seger classic at the top is a great rock song influenced by blues.
I can't believe no one mentioned Stevie Ray Vaughn. Such songs as Pride and Joy, Little Sister, Cold Shot, Texas is Flooding, and his rendition of Voodoo Chile (slight return) will send shivers down your spine.
Led Zeppelin~Since I've Been Loving you! The Live version at Maddison Square Garden is even better!!
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I can't believe no one mentioned Stevie Ray Vaughn. Such songs as Pride and Joy, Little Sister, Cold Shot, Texas is Flooding, and his rendition of Voodoo Chile (slight return) will send shivers down your spine.

I never bother to mention SRV around here. There's no point. If anybody mutters the faintest anything about blues, there is instantly a parade of posts about SRV as if nobody has ever heard of him. And I especially don't bother with "Pride And Joy" because I'm sick to death of that song and it is guaranteed to be mentioned right after somebody says, "Oh yeah, SRV's the best".

I think it's safe to say that everybody knows about Stevie Ray Vaughan.

BTW, I ain't even mad about this. Whatever. Sometimes things just need to be said.
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I sort of rediscovered Robin Trower a few months ago. I was a huge fan back in the late 70's. I was such a fan that for my 16th birthday I traveled across the state to a Trower/Ten Years After show in San Antonio, TX and it still ranks as one of the favorite shows of my life.

Anyway, I found a youtube video of him recorded in 2009 playing Daydream. It was always a favorite. Sadly James Dewar is no longer with us, but the new singer isn't bad......and Trower still has amazing tone. It doesn't look like he's lost anything.

I'm gonna throw Freddie King in here.. the one that comes to mind is Sweet Home Chicago.

Yeah it's a cover, but I always remember being inspired by him the first time I heard it.
Started listening to Chuck Berry about 10 years ago. Probably a little light compared to the bands listed above. But it is from the pioneer of modern guitar rock. Song has a wonderful pianist too!

If you haven't seen it. this video takes stage showmanship to a whole new place for me.


Chuck Berry. 07 - Mean Old World (The Blues) - BBC Theatre, London 1972
Hendrix (band of gypsies)- Who Knows
John Lee Hooker- The Motor City is Burning
Little Feat- Rock and Roll Doctor
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Early Led Zep does it for me, tunes like Dazed and Confused, Heartbreaker, Whole Lotta Love
If you dig this music, please check out "Bluesnado Radio" at the below url where a lot of this music is played 24/7:

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This is pretty late in the game since the last post here was 4 yrs ago - here's a few additional Rock/Blues faves of mine:

Janis Joplin - Work Me Lord
Rare Earth - Tobacco Road
Black Crowes - Sometimes Salvation
Black Sabbath - Planet Caravan
Bloodrock - Thank You Daniel Elsberg
Bob Dylan - Blind Willie McTell
Climax Blues Band - Sav'ry Gravy, Come On In My Kitchen
Deep Purple - Soldier Of Fortune
Dire Straits - Six Blade Knife, You & Your Friend
Eric Clapton - Old Love
George Harrison - Far East Man
Grand Funk - Creepin, Good & Evil
Head East - Lovin Me Along
Joe Walsh - Country Fair, Dreams, Wolf
John Fogerty - 110 In The Shade
Led Zepplin - Going To California
Lynyrd Skynyrd - One More Time
Manfred Mann - California
Neil Young - Cortez The Killer
Paul McCartney - Let Me Roll It
Peter Frampton - Lines On My Face
Pink Floyd - Pigs
Rush - Here Again
Steve Miller Band - Lovin Cup
Ted Nugent - Stranglehold
Tesla - What You Give
Tom Petty - Candy, It's Good To Be King(Live)
Van Halen - Ice Cream Man
War - Cisco Kid
ZZ Top - Hot-Blue & Righteous, Have You Heard, Rough Boy, Sheik, Sure Got Cold After The Rain Fell
Ben Harper - Two hands Of A Prayer
Big House - You Aint Lonely Yet
Chris Whitley - Poison Girl
Gov't Mule - Time
J.J. Cale - Crazy Mama
John Hiatt - Wrote It Down & Burned It
Stevie Ray Vaughn - Texas Flood
A3 - Woke Up This Morning
Alice In Chains - Rooster
Audioslave - Like A Stone
Beck - Lord Only Knows
Blue Man Group & Dave Matthews - Sing Along
Dave Matthews - So Much To Say
Days Of New  - Shelf In The Room
Kid Rock - New Orleans
Nirvana - Where Did You Sleep Last Night
Staind - Epiphany
Stereophonics - I Miss You Now