rory_d119
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#1
I've been listening to lots of Allman Brothers lately... love the bluesy-jazz rock sound especially like 'In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed'... any other bands like it?
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#2
The Doors. Listen to Riders On The Storm.
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distilledspirit
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#3
The Allman Brothers are a great example of Bluesy-Jazz-Rock. Check out Blue Sky. I like how in the leads the playthe major penatonic but ad that one note in there.
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#4
Check out some Joe Bonamassa Stuff. Perferably the Blues Deluxe Album.
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#5
Allman Bros definately
and Phish for a little less bluesy

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#7
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handful of blues.

a bit less on the rock, but alot of jazz and blues
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TNfootballfan62
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#8
Lynyrd Skynyrd or ZZ Top for some nice bluesy rock, although you wont hear much jazz from them. You could also check out Kenny Wayne Shepherd.
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#9
Check out the Vaughan Brothers cd Family Style.
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#10
Quote by TNfootballfan62
Lynyrd Skynyrd or ZZ Top for some nice bluesy rock, although you wont hear much jazz from them. You could also check out Kenny Wayne Shepherd.


kenny wayne shepherd is amazing
distilledspirit
Fat Old Sun
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#11
Quote by Zamboni
SRV was pretty bluesy rock with a definite jazz influence.


I have to disagree, man. SRV was strictly blues. But still I guess you can get some jazzy tip from him. His style is was depicted him.
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#12
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The Doobies
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#14
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psychodelia
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#15
Hendrix was definitely jazz influenced, I read that he played some standards like Misty pretty well. I'm guessing you'd find more jazz mixed into his later recordings, although I'm no expert.

There's a track that you might want to check out from Edgar Winter, it's a live version of "Tobacco Road", I think about 17 minutes of sick solos and rock and blues. I absolutely love it, one of the best finds from the radio that I've picked up.
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#16
You could try [early!] Santana if you dont mind a latin tinge.
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TNfootballfan62
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#17
Quote by distilledspirit
I have to disagree, man. SRV was strictly blues. But still I guess you can get some jazzy tip from him. His style is was depicted him.


SRV got jazzier as he got older. The later the album you get, the jazzier he'll sound. Some people think that if he wouldn't have died, he would have ended up being a jazz guitarist.
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#18
I have a guestion about In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed. Which scale should I use to improvise over it. Im usually pretty good in improvising, but I just can't get it right. Any help on approaching the song would be appretiated.

Thanks!
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#19
DEREK TRUCKS BAND!!!

Their "jammiest" album: The Derek Trucks Band (self-titled)
Their "Jazziest" or most exotic albums: Soul Serenade, Joyful Noise
Their most contemporary album: Songlines (came out in Feb this year)

Also, check out their "Live At Georgia Theatre" album... ****ING AMAZING.
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TNfootballfan62
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#20
^^^How is Songlines compared to the others? Is it worth me buying is basically what im wondering.
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#21
The Greenhornes are a great newer band. Though only a 3 piece band which has it's limitations.

Blues + Garage Rock. Check them out.
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#22
If you want some Bluesy-Jazzy rock listen to some early Black Sabbath. After all, they did start out as a blues band. Listen to "Wicked World", "Faries Wair Boots", and "Rat salad".

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#23
Kenny Burrell is one guy you could check out, except he was more jazz than blues, maybe wes montegomery?
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#24
Quote by TNfootballfan62
^^^How is Songlines compared to the others? Is it worth me buying is basically what im wondering.

Songlines is still pretty amazing. Great songs on their--some got a good groove, others are a nice change.
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