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I'm looking for something with a slow tempo, that's kinda dark, preferably with some repetitive groovy bass lines or rhythms, and emotional lead work from either a guitar or any brass instrument.
Thanks in advance.
#2
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#6
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Yeah, those are some of my favorite songs. That Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds vid is a bit crazy, though.
#7
I'm going through a Tony Joe White phase at the moment: can't get enough of him.

Try the albums 'Beginning' and 'One Hot July'. Plenty of tracks on YouTube.

Not 'jazzy' but bassy and kinda heavy: might fit in with what you asked.


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I'm looking for something with a slow tempo, that's kinda dark, preferably with some repetitive groovy bass lines or rhythms, and emotional lead work from either a guitar or any brass instrument.
Thanks in advance.


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#10
First thing that came to mind was Trio Of Doom - Dark Prince
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#14
Do you know BB King's the Thrill Is Gone?

That's a bit dark. It's got some damn fine guitarwork, and a really good string section.
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#15
isn't the very definition of blues that it's dark though?

I'd say gary moore's parisian walkways is dark sounding
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#18
Son House might just be the darkest man I have ever listened to.
His music has changed my life. He must have had the most difficult life - a clashing of religion, murder and the blues.
#19
Howlin Wolf is kinda darkish. Evil, Smokestack Lightnin, and I Asked Her For Water And She Brought Me Gasoline) are pretty eerie songs.

And I mean, the mans voice is just great.
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#20
Bohren & Der Club Of Gore.
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#22
Check out Guitar Shorty and maybe R.L Burnside. Last one isn't very slow tempo, but dark and sort of aggressive ;D
#23
Check out Guitar Shorty and maybe R.L Burnside. Last one isn't very slow tempo, but dark and sort of aggressive ;D
#24
A buddy of mine lent me Sweet Tea by Buddy Guy, and that is highly recommended for dark haunting blues.

So is Leadbelly.
#25
John Lee Hooker's "Burning Hell" is a pretty dark album... assuming you can find it.
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Tin Pan Alley (AKA The Roughest Place In Town) - Stevie Ray Vaughan


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#28
Try 'Darker Blues' Various Artists (2003) Fat Possum Records

"Darker Blues, by contrast, is, well, darker. It emphasizes the human needs and nastiness about which the blues can speak truth. It is more forbidden, more painful ..."

Two discs - the second one comprises 7 tracks by R.L.Burnside.


http://www.amazon.com/Darker-Blues-Various-Artists/dp/B00011CZWO


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