Mountaindew91
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Join date: Aug 2007
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#1
I think Damn right ive got the blues by buddy guy and Texas Flood by SRV are the two best blues songs ever recorded. Prove me wrong so i can expand my collection
zerohero
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Join date: Mar 2006
186 IQ
#3
three o'clock blues by bb king and eric clapton, but aint gone'n'give up on love is the best stevie ray vaughan song ever its so, so very soulful, also leave my little girl alone which im listenin to right now
BigDoug
The Human Riff Jr.
Join date: Nov 2006
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#4
Quote by Mountaindew91
I think Damn right ive got the blues by buddy guy and Texas Flood by SRV are the two best blues songs ever recorded. Prove me wrong so i can expand my collection



Listen to Buddy Guy's I Smell a Rat.....I wish my fingers moved that quickly
aetherspear
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Join date: Jun 2006
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#5
also listen to leave my girl alone by Buddy Guy (and covered by SRV) and Don't Answer the Door-BB King.
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dr_john
yer blues
Join date: Sep 2004
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#6
'life by the drop' and 'life without you' by SRV, plus 'feels like rain' by buddy guy. all of these do it for me.

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tomisamonkeyman
Your Cousin
Join date: Feb 2006
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#7
Mannish Boy by Muddy Waters


OHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH YEAH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
TheDev01dOne
Hard Time Killin' Floor
Join date: Nov 2006
1,081 IQ
#9
Short Fuse Blues by Dave Hole

Out In The Desert by Collard Greens And Gravy

A Fool No More by Peter Green

Midnight Blues by Gary Moore

A Million Miles Away by Rory Gallagher

Six Strings Down by Jimmie Vaughan

Blues Before Sunrise by Eric Clapton

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easthatred
Banned
Join date: Sep 2006
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#10
Anything John Lee Hooker, Boogie Chillun is awesome also you probably know Boom Boom.
BB King's Lucille is an amazing song as well.
gibson_lover_ga
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Join date: Feb 2007
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#11
Nobody Understands Me but My Guitar and
Tightrope I think are better than the two songs you had.
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TheSemiBunny
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#12
"Red House" by hendrix is one of my personal favorites. If you like Buddy Guy's vocals alot "Five Long Years" is a good one. Also "Have You Ever Loved a Woman" by Clapton.
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shredmeiser101
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#13
ry cooder's vigilante man and blues man by manassas.
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Definitely Maybe..
Join date: Nov 2005
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#14
Pride and Joy is where it's at
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speckley
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#15
How 'bout Robert Johnson??

'Love in Vain' is my all time favorite blues song.
blues....
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#16
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ry cooder's vigilante man and blues man by manassas.

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JimmyStradlin33
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Join date: May 2005
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#17
Red house Jimi Hendrix
Rolling Stone Muddy Waters
One Bourbon One Scotch One Beer John Lee Hooker
Born Under a bad sign - Albert King
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#18
Quote by tomisamonkeyman
Mannish Boy by Muddy Waters


OHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH YEAH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



quoted for truth. This is THE BLUES RIFF. When you ask your average person to think of the blues, that riff is what they think of.
GuitarBoy-IL
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Join date: Aug 2005
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#20
pride and joy - srv
have you ever loved a woman - eric clapton
sunshine of your love - cream. maybe not your traditional blues but the solo is just genius.
tightrope - srv

and more
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