#1
Ok i'm bored so can anyone name me some good blues rock/garage rock bands from early days right up until modern day.

So far i got
Hendrix (obviously)
SRV
The Black Keys
Cream
The White Stripes

Ok so anything rock will do gotta be vintage sounding though.

Thanks
#4
i'm bad, I'm nationwide, la grange, tush from zz top. also Black Crowes, and, duh, early zeppelin, allman bros, and early rolling stones
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#5
oh yea got the zeppelin, black crowes wow ye i haven't heard them in a while.

what are some good rolling stones then all i know is street fighting man
#6
The Yardbirds, John Mayall and the Bluesbreakers, Derek and the Dominos, the Allman Brothers, Led Zeppelin, Rory Gallagher, Free, the Animals...off the top of my head
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#7
almost all the stuff from the album Beggar's Banquet, that's a lot of acoustic blues, I don't know if you were looking for that, but yeah, also free, and early fleetwood mac, and CACTUS very hard rock but blues influenced
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#8
While they aren't technically classic rock, check out gov't mule. Warren Haynes is absolutely great when it comes to blues rock.


(I guess you could sort of call them classic rock since Warren Haynes is playing with the current Allman Bros. lineup)
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#9
budgie, deep purple, captain beyond, derek and the dominos, black sabbath, ten years after, jethro tull, santana (latin blues rock)
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#10
Deep Purple, blues rock? Eh....
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#11
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Deep Purple, blues rock? Eh....

heavy blues rock? maybe...idk, some of their stuff sounds kind of bluesy to me
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While they aren't technically classic rock, check out gov't mule. Warren Haynes is absolutely great when it comes to blues rock.


(I guess you could sort of call them classic rock since Warren Haynes is playing with the current Allman Bros. lineup)


Gov't mule is sick, im just getting into them!
#13
Jefferson Airplane have a couple of noice blues songs.

Also: Steve Miller Blues Band ?
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#14
Taken straight from the Recommendation Thread that no one but me uses...

Blues Rock
1969- James Gang *Yer Album ~ James Gang Rides Again ~ Thirds*
1970- Derek and The Dominos *Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs*
1977- George Thoroghgood and the Destroyers *The Anthology*
1983 -Stevie Ray Vaughan *Couldn't Stand The Weather ~ Texas Flood *
1964- The Rolling Stones *Exile on Main St. ~ Sticky Fingers ~ Let it Bleed*
1967- Cream *Fresh Cream ~ Disraeli Gears ~ Wheels Of Fire*
1970- ZZ Top *Rio Grande Mud ~ Tres Hombres ~ Eliminator*
1968- Status Quo *Picturesque ~ Matchstickable Messages ~ 12 Gold Bars*
1967- Ten Years After *Undead ~ Stonedhenge ~ A Space In Time*
1969- Koko Taylor *Koko Taylor ~ South Side Lady ~ The Earthshaker*
1968- The Band *Music from Big Pink ~ The Band*
1961- The Animals *The Animals ~ Animalisms*
1968- Fleetwood Mac *Rumours ~ Fleetwood Mac*
1965- Moody Blues *Days of Future Past ~ In Search of the Lost Chord ~ On the Threshold of a Dream ~ To Our Children's Children's Children*
1966- John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers *John Mayall and the Bluesbreakers with Eric Clapton*
1968- Fleetwood Mac *Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac ~ Then Play On*
1969- Blind Faith *Blind Faith*
1967- Canned Heat *Boogie with Canned Heat*
1969- Juicy Lucy *Juicy Lucy*
1960s- Steampacket *none (rehearsal tapes exist)*
1978- The Blues Brothers *Briefcase Full Of Blues*
1974- Bad Company *Bad Company*
1971- Rory Gallager *Irish Tour ~ Live in Europe 1972*
1969- Joe Cocker *Joe Cocker! ~ With A Little Help From My Friends*
1969- Big Brother and The Holding Company *Cheap Thrills*
1962- Robin Trower *Bridge of Sighs*

also,
Clapton
Joe Walsh solo
Black Crowes (highly recommended)
Allman Brothers Band
Gov't Mule
Aerosmith (Honkin' On Bobo!)
I guess you could say early Zeppelin

That's plenty. Read the Recommendation Thread at the top of the Classic Rock forum for more information.

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#15
i forgot to mention leaf hound
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oh yea got the zeppelin, black crowes wow ye i haven't heard them in a while.

what are some good rolling stones then all i know is street fighting man

Monkey Man is technically blues but pretty rockish, and Going Home is very very CHicago bluesy.
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Uh... Brain Damage, you totally didn't close this.
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#19
I like how the Blues Rock Reccomendation doesn't recognize the Allman Brothers Band.

Also, check out some of these
Eric Clapton
Shooter Jennings (Southern Comfort, Gone To Carolina)
The Rolling Stones (Wild Horses, Dead Flowers)
Marshall Tucker Band (Can't You See)
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Uh... Brain Damage, you totally didn't close this.
yeah, I forgot to hit the button to close it. By the time I realized, my computer froze up and I didn't have time to restart.

so let's try that again...

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