#1
Just Got Back from Baby's - ZZ Top

I think it's kind of rare, it's on their first album. If you haven't heard it then you are missin out!!

The version from Rancho Texicano is crap, make sure you're listening to the original.
#3
I think the best slow blues song is Tin Pan Alley by SRV.
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#4
The best slow blues song and really one of the best blues songs period is As the Years go Passing By by Albert King
#5
key is in C, typical ZZ Top key, and if you guys just claim some other song is better, at least give this one a listen if you haven't heard it.
#6
Quote by The Master Plan
I think the best slow blues song is Tin Pan Alley by SRV.


I agree. Runners up would be:

Thrill is Gone - B.B. King
Chains and Things - B.B. King
Blue Jean Blues - ZZ Top
Double Trouble - Eric Clapton
Stormy Monday - Cream
Shiloh - Chris Duarte

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Don't want to be a writer with my thoughts out on the page
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Phish - Waste
#7
SRV - Dirty Pool
I’m not the man I used to be, I... I can’t go back to Arkham.

I... I should return to Arkham.


Among the churchyard’s mouldering stones I recognise a name – my own.
I have come home to Arkham.

#8
Blues at Sunrise-Albert King & SRV
Five Long Years-Buddy Guy
Have You Ever Loved a Woman-Derek & The Dominos/Freddie King
She's 19 Years Old-Muddy Waters
#9
Quote by luttrell
Just Got Back from Baby's - ZZ Top

I think it's kind of rare, it's on their first album. If you haven't heard it then you are missin out!!

The version from Rancho Texicano is crap, make sure you're listening to the original.



I would rather listen to Blue Jean Blues. Now THAT is a powerful song. You can just feel the sting of those bends..
#10
Quote by The Master Plan
I think the best slow blues song is Tin Pan Alley by SRV.


^
Same
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#12
Quote by SuburbanCowboy
I would rather listen to Blue Jean Blues. Now THAT is a powerful song. You can just feel the sting of those bends..


I love that song. One of the best examples of passion Ive ever heard.

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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#13
riviera paradise - SRV

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It's like comparing sex to sticking your penis in a blender.


#14
sitting on top of the world by cream
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- John Lennon
#15
lenny?
thrill is gone?
" 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
texas flood probably would be THE best but I've heard it too much.

The Things That I Used To Do by SRV is one of my favorites too.
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#17
Quote by The Master Plan
I think the best slow blues song is Tin Pan Alley by SRV.

yeah i agree. you can just feel it. i should learn it one day..
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#18
its not hard oncve you get the feel of it, I just need to learn the lyrics now.
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#20
im partial to red house.....hendrix
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#21
There is no better slow blues song than "Jesus Just Left Chicago."
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