#1
I've liked the sound of the blues for a while now, but I have a problem. I have no idea what's good, who's good, and what to listen to too. So I'm aksing what your suggestions on for starting to listen to the blues. What are good albums and artsits ect. Thanks!
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#2
Some of the basics are Stevie Ray Vaughan, B.B. King, Buddy Guy, Muddy Waters, etc.
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#3
I started off with Texas Flood and Pride & Joy by SRV. Those are the songs that got me into the blues.
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#4
Sweet, thanks! I'll check these out...
If you want it that bad
Be a world class fad
Remember leave a trail of crumbs
If you want it that bad
You're a world class fad
Remember where you started from
Don't be sad
You're a world class fad
#5
Howlin' Wolf
Albert King
Derek Trucks
Roy Buchanan
Rory Gallagher
Robert Cray
John Mayall
Sonny Boy Williamson
Son House
Cream

And of course the aforementioned as well.
#7
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#9
Def. SRV, but all the kings (Albert King/Freddie King/BB King)
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