#1
You know how some times you find a song where you can steal pretty much every lick played in it? Anybody got any songs like that? I found that red house by hendrix had some good licks, anyone know any other songs?
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#2
New Race by Radio Birdman.

Not a blues song but the solo is in the minor pentatonic and it has some righteous licks.
#5
Quote by ledhed68
Texas Flood live at the el mocambo
I love every single note played


^word x2

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#8
Take a look at the John Mayall album "Bluesbreakers with Eric Clapton." Clapton's playing is to die for on it!
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#9
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Take a look at the John Mayall album "Bluesbreakers with Eric Clapton." Clapton's playing is to die for on it!


x2

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#10
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2nd'ed. I learned the entire thing by ear. I jam to it just about every day. I took alot of the licks from it. Rude Mood, and Pride and Joy, and made my own blues shuffle thing.
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#11
not exactly blues but the next best thing
i'd love to change the world by ten years after i play along to it constanly i love it it's in the best key too Em and red house
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#12
Listen to specifically the song "Steppin Out" on "Bluesbreakers with Eric Clapton". Learn every lick, note for note.
#13
i dont know if their are any johnny winter fans here, but "be careful with a fool" is a great song to learn to add some licks to your vocabulary
#14
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i dont know if their are any johnny winter fans here, but "be careful with a fool" is a great song to learn to add some licks to your vocabulary


First time I heard him was hearing "Dallas". The slide on that song is so intense its scary.

Don't want to be an actor pretending on the stage
Don't want to be a writer with my thoughts out on the page
Don't want to be a painter 'cause everyone comes to look
Don't want to be anything where my life's an open book

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#15
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B|
G|---------- 5
D|
A| 3 4 5
E|


i dont know how to write tab but its self explanitory, this is my fav part of texas flood its like a joining and an ending to most of the song.
and i have found i use it quite alot in improvisation as stevie uses it in a few songs im sure

use lots of vibrato for the final note
" the lick is simply a diminished harmonic minor arpeggiated sequence of dominant stitonics descending down in whole steps in the Phrygian mode...with a raised fourth.
#16

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as for me i like...


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#17
Quote by ledhed68
Texas Flood live at the el mocambo
I love every single note played

word x3. probably some of stevie's best licks.
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#20
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B|-----12-----
G|-14b-------- x5


e|---------12--
B|-15b-12------ x5


SRV licks.
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#21
Personal Manager by Albert King is one of my favorite songs and it is just has so many great licks in it. With this song u can clealy hear who stevie's main influence was. Great vocals also
#22
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------------3h5--------------5---5---5---5---
----3-4-5--------------------5---5---7---7---- Etc. Etc.
------------------------6b----3---3---3---3---

MY signature lick. Ha
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Fa fa fa faa fa fa fa fa-fa faa


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#23
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------------------3b---------------------------
------------3h5--------------5---5---5---5---
----3-4-5--------------------5---5---7---7---- Etc. Etc.
------------------------6b----3---3---3---3---

MY signature lick. Ha

Try hammering on the 3-4-5
like

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------------------3b---------------------------
------------3h5--------------5---5---5---5---
----3h4h5-------------------5---5---7---7---- Etc. Etc.
------------------------6b----3---3---3---3---
#24
I was listening to Paul Butterfield Blues Band today and I realized what great licks there are in some songs...like...Mystery Train, Last Night, both full of great licks
#25
Rude Mood is full of great little licks, so is Red House, every song BB King plays is full of great little licks too.
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#26
Michael Bloomfield's version of "I Got My Mojo Working". Every lick is like a slap in the face. I love it.
#27
Eric Clapton BB - Stormy monday
Overhead junction - Albert King (You can really hear a lot of SRV and Clapton's inspiration in Albert kings work)
The Thrill is gone - gary moore and BB King (Cool Call and response)
Also like others texas flood (El Macombo), Red House ,
Oh yeah lets not forget.....
Rory Gallagher "garbage man" and Touremat (Live at monteaux) Some Gary moore solo blues stuff
My and my friends "Jam in E" There was some really cool improvised call and response licks being trown at each other in parts!!............not to brag!
Gary moore "Texas Strut"

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#28
voodoo child srv`s version. and scuttlebutting has a feww good licks in it
#29
SRV did Leave My Girl Alone live once. Alot of good stuff in there.
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And we are merely players
Performers and portrayers
Each another's audience
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#30
Quote by Ryanbraz
SRV did Leave My Girl Alone live once. Alot of good stuff in there.

i second that. TONS of good stuff in it, espiecially if you get the live version ( i think it was in Austin, Texas) and its on "Essential Stevie Ray Vaughan" the album (good album btw)
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#31
Quote by Ryanbraz
SRV did Leave My Girl Alone live once. Alot of good stuff in there.


I love those super fast licks he plays.

Don't want to be an actor pretending on the stage
Don't want to be a writer with my thoughts out on the page
Don't want to be a painter 'cause everyone comes to look
Don't want to be anything where my life's an open book

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#32
i second that. TONS of good stuff in it, espiecially if you get the live version ( i think it was in Austin, Texas) and its on "Essential Stevie Ray Vaughan" the album (good album btw)


I love those super fast licks he plays.


One of the first Stevie songs I learned. (Actually I'm still trying to memorize it)
It's really helped me get into the mind and soul of Stevie, and I can say that
just learning a little bit of his music can go a long way in making a much better
player.
All the world's indeed a stage
And we are merely players
Performers and portrayers
Each another's audience
Outside the gilded cage
#35
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Damn Right I Got The Blues - Buddy Guy


YES
especially the one on LIVE! The Real Deal
#36
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Damn Right I Got The Blues - Buddy Guy


One of the best songs and albums of all time.

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Don't want to be a painter 'cause everyone comes to look
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#37
Quote by ledhed68
YES
especially the one on LIVE! The Real Deal



One of my favorite live blues albums.
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