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#1
Ok, since the person who wrote the last list is no longer around, I'm making a new, updated one.

Starting with Delta/Piedmont/Memphis/Country Blues

Leadbelly
Robert Johnson
Charley Patton
Blind Boy Fuller
Blind Lemon Jefferson
Blind Willie McTell
Blind Willie Johnson
Blind Blake
Willie Brown
Bo Carter
Furry Lewis
Skip James
Tommy Johnson
Son House
David "Honeyboy" Edwards
Arthur Crudup
Jesse Mae Hemphill
Mississippi Fred McDowell
Booker White
Big Joe Williams
Sonny Boy Williamson I
Big Bill Broonzy
John Estes
Mississippi John Hurt
The Reverend Gary Davis
Curley Weaver
Josh White
Etta Baker
Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee
Barbecue Bob
Buddy Woods
Sister O.M. Terrel
Elizabeth Cotton
Robert "Junior" Lockwood
Robert Pete Williams
Last edited by imgooley at Jun 18, 2008,
#2
Now for Early Electric Blues/Chicago Blues/Swamp Blues

John Lee Hooker
Elmore James
Hound Dog Taylor
Muddy Waters
Howlin Wolf
Earl Hooker
Bo Diddley
Chuck Berry
Johnny Shines
Sonny Boy Williamson II (Rice Miller)
B.B. King
Buddy Guy
Albert Collins
Albert King
Lightnin Hopkins
Lightnin Slim
Slim Harpo
Magic Sam
Pinetop Perkins
Eddie Boyd
Guitar Slim
Otis Rush
Freddy King
Eddie Clearwater
Hubert Sumlin
Bobby Rush
James Cotton
Jimmy Rogers
Robert Nighthawk
Willie Dixon
Little Milton
Little Walter
Jimmy Reed
T-Bone Walker
Bobby "Blue" Bland
Jody Williams
Big Mama Thornton
Sister Rosetta Tharpe
Luther Allison
Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown
JOhhny Copeland
J.B. Lenoir
JJ Cale
Doyle Bramhall
Doyle Bramhall II
Last edited by imgooley at Jun 18, 2008,
#3
Now for Blues Rock- American and British and Soul Blues

Paul Butterfield
The Jeff Beck Group
The Fabulous Thunderbirds
Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble
The Jimi Hendrix Experience
The Yardbirds
The Kinks
The MC5
The Stooges
Cream
John Mayall and the Bluesbreakers
Led Zeppelin
Lynyrd Skynyrd
.38 Special
ZZ Top
Fleetwood Mac
The Edgar Winters Group
Johnny Winters
Jimmie Vaughan
Creedence Clearwater Revival
The Rolling Stones
The Animals
The Allman Brothers Band
Booker T and the MG's
Bad Company
Elvin Bishop
Canned Heat
Captain Beefheart and His Magic Band
Eric Clapton
Ry Cooder
Fog Hat
Rory Gallagher
Free
Peter Green
Jeff Healy
Janis Joplin
Alexis Korner
Ten Years After
Alvin Lee
Lonnie Mack
Buddy Miles
Steve Miller
Otis Redding
Ike and Tina Turner
George Thorogood and the Destroyers
Van Morrison
Thin Lizzy
Early Van Halen
Ted Nugent
Johnny Winter
Joe Walsh
Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention
The Grateful Dead
Aerosmith
Ram Jam
Steely Dan
Bob Dylan (Folk-blues/rock)
Little Richard
The Black Crowes
JJ Cale
Doyle Bramhall
Doyle Bramhall II
The Keef Hartley Band
Savoy Brown
Roy Buchanan
The James Gang
Parish Hall
Last edited by imgooley at May 28, 2009,
#4
Now for Contemporary Blues/Juke Joint Blues

Derek Trucks
Susan Tudeschi
Collard Greens and Gravy
Dax Riggs
The Black Keys
The White Stripes
The Mooney Suzuki
The Von Bondies
The Bondi Cigars
Ben Harper
John Mayer
Walter Trout
Gov't Mule
Robert Cray
Taj Mahal
North Mississippi Allstars
R.L. Burnside
Junior Kimbrough
T. Model Ford
Keb Mo
The John Spencer Blues Explosion
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds
Johnny Lang
Joe Bonamassa
Cephas and Wiggins
Corey Harris
Alvin Youngblood Hart
Sean Costello
Tab Benoit
Last edited by imgooley at May 24, 2009,
#5
Now Jazz

Bass

Chris Wood
* Arild Andersen
* Keter Betts
* Jimmy Blanton
* Wellman Braud (1891–1966)
* Ray Brown (1926–2002)
* Steve Brown
* Ron Carter (born 1937)
* Paul Chambers
* Stanley Clarke
* Art Davis
* Brian Day
* Richard Davis
* Pops Foster
* Jimmy Garrison
* Vivien Garry
* Coleridge Goode
* Henry Grimes
* Charlie Haden
* Stuart Hamm
* Milt Hinton
* Dave Holland
* Bill Johnson (1872–1972)
* Scott La Faro
* Cecil McBee
* Christian McBride
* Ron McClure
* Marcus Miller
* Charles Mingus (1922–1979)
* Red Mitchell
* William Parker
* Jaco Pastorius (1951–1987)
* Gary Peacock
* Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen
* Oscar Pettiford
* Sage Reynolds
* Steve Rodby
* Clarence Seay
* Slam Stewart
* Brian Q. Torff
* Eberhard Weber
* Gary Willis
* Eugene Wright
* Richard Bona
* Victor Wooten
John Pattitucci
Cello

* Mark Summer

Clarinet

* Melanie Mathews
* Benny Goodman

Cornet

* Nat Adderley
* Louis Armstrong
* Bix Beiderbecke
* Jeff Hughes
* Red Nichols
* Chris Tyle

Flute

* Peter Guidi
* Moe Koffman
* Hubert Laws
* Yusef Lateef
* Herbie Mann
* James Newton
* Sam Rivers (born 1923)
* Jeremy Steig

French horn

* Julius Watkins

Multi-instrumentalists

* Sidney Bechet (1897–1959), (clarinet, soprano sax, trumpet, bass, drums)
* Jaki Byard (alto sax, piano)
* Benny Carter (1907–2003), (alto sax, trumpet)
* Alice Coltrane (piano, organ, harp)
* Eric Dolphy (1928–1964), (bass clarinet, clarinet, flute, alto sax)
* Victor Feldman (1934-1987), (piano, vibraphone, conga drum)
* Rahsaan Roland Kirk (flute, nose flute, tenor saxophone, manzello, strich, 'black mystery pipes', clarinet, gong, percussion)
* Yusef Lateef (tenor sax, flute, oboe, many other woodwinds)
* Marcus Miller (born 1959), ( bass, bass clarinet, saxophone, keyboards, guitar)
* Charles Mingus (bass, piano)
* Ray Nance (trumpet, violin)
* Helge Schneider (saxophones, clarinet, piano, trumpet, drums)
* John Surman (saxes, clarinets, piano, synthesizer)
* Frank Macchia (saxes, clarinets, flutes, ethnic winds, synthesizer)

Organ

John Medeski
* Alice Coltrane
* Joey DeFrancesco
* Barbara Dennerlein (Hammond-B3, synthesizer, real pipes)
* Bill Doggett
* Charles Earland
* Larry Goldings
* Richard "Groove" Holmes
* Jack McDuff
* Amina Claudine Myers (born 1942)
* John Patton
* Trudy Pitts
* Melvin Rhyne
* Rhoda Scott
* Shirley Scott
* Jimmy Smith
* Lonnie Smith
* Lonnie Liston Smith
* Fats Waller (1904–1943)
* Reuben Wilson
* Larry Young
* Sun Ra (1914–1993)
* Ray Charles Robinson (September 23, 1930 – June 10, 2004)(Piano)
* Harold Ivory Williams Jr. (organ, keyboard, piano, sitar)


Trumpet

* Chet Baker
* Miles Davis
* Dizzy Gillespie
Freddie Hubbard
Louis Armstrong
Lee Morgan
Wynton Marsalis

Vibraphone

* Peter Appleyard
* Roy Ayers
* Gary Burton
* John Cocuzzi
* Walt Dickerson
* Stefon Harris
* Lionel Hampton
* Bobby Hutcherson
* Milt Jackson
* Max Miller
* Joe Locke
* Steve Nelson
* Red Norvo
* Chuck Redd
* Jerry Tachoir
* Cal Tjader
* James Westfall

Violin

* Billy Bang (born 1947)
* Regina Carter (born 1966)
* Stéphane Grappelli (1908–1997)
* Valentin Gregor (born 1963)
* Jean-Luc Ponty (born 1942)
* Stuff Smith (1909–1967)
* Ginger Smock (1920–1995)
* Eddie South (1904-1962)
* Joe Venuti (1903–1978)
* Michael White (born 1933)
* Claude Williams (1908–2004)
* Ray Nance (1913–1976)
* Mark Feldman (born 1955)

Jazz Saxophonists

Jazz Guitar

Jazz Drummers

Jazz Piano

Count Basie
McCoy Tyner
Bud Powell
Art Tatum
Duke Ellington
Thelonious Monk
Nat King Cole
Jellyroll Morton
Fats Waller
Oscar Peterson
Dave Brubeck
Sonny Clark
Bill Evans
Brad Mehldau
Joe Zawinul
Chick Corea
Michel Petrucciani
Herbie Hancock
Cecil Taylor

Vocalists

Etta James
Bessie Smith
Billie Holiday
Sarah Vaughan
Ella Fitzgerald
Louis Armstrong
Nat King Cole
Louis Jordan
Dizzy Gillespie
Natalie Cole
Frank Sinatra
Dean Martin
Last edited by imgooley at Oct 5, 2008,
#6
If there are any additions or changes that need to be made, let me know.
#7
Hmm, jazz coronet, flute, french horn, and cello sound really interesting, I'll have to check 'em out. What about Ron Burgundy as a Yazz Flutist though?
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#8
Lulz, no
#9
Any Jazz Recorderists?
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#10
Jazz Bass - Chris Wood
Organ - John Medeski

and also a jazz piano section
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#11
What about Jazz Vocalists?

Also, Louis Armstrong for trumpet and vocals
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#12
Woody Allen, the film director is a famous jazz clarinet player. He played a great set at the Teatro Liceu in Barcelona a few months ago
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#13
piedmont/country blues - Mississippi John Hurt

Jazz guitar:
Wes Montgomery
Joe Pass
Jim Hall
Django Reinhardt
Grant Green
Charlie Christian
Barney Kessel
George Benson
Kenny Burrell

There should be a section for jazz piano:
Sonny Clark
McCoy Tyner
Jelly Roll Morton
Art Tatum
Fats Waller
Oscar Peterson


Jazz Trumpet:
Cannonball Adderly
Lee Morgan
Freddie Hubbard

Jazz Drums:
Max Roach
Buddy Rich
Elvin Jones
#16
Alright, Jazz vocalists and piano players and pretty much everyones additions


@jimmy

Drummers, Sax Players, and guitarists are in a link
#17
Jonny Lang and Joe Bonamassa for Contemporary Blues artists. Aerosmith and The Black Crowes for Blues-Rock.
Last edited by Iceman 420 at Jun 14, 2008,
#18
Added
#20
Why, thanks. Been meaning to do it for a while. Now if we could just get some stickies...
#21
The Reverend Gary Davis - Piedmont Blues
Curley Weaver - Piedmont Blues (he accompanied and was tutored by Blind Willie McTell)
Josh White - Piedmont Blues
Etta Baker - Piedmont Blues
Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee - Piedmont Blues
Cephas and Wiggins - Contemporary blues/juke joint blues (John Cephas was tutored by Skip James)
#22
Added
#23
The link for jazz drummers is for the list of jazz guitarists again. Plust its McCoy Tyner not Turner in the pianists list.

And on the note of pianists you should add Bill Evans, Brad Mehldau, Joe Zawinul, Chick Corea and Michel Petrucciani
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#24
Added and fixed
#25
lists updated.
#27
Quote by Jimmy94
under piedmont/country blues: eta baker, elizabeth cotten

Added. Etta Baker was already up there btw.
#28
Quote by Jimmy94
piedmont/country blues - Mississippi John Hurt

Jazz guitar:
Wes Montgomery
Joe Pass
Jim Hall
Django Reinhardt
Grant Green
Charlie Christian
Barney Kessel
George Benson
Kenny Burrell

There should be a section for jazz piano:
Sonny Clark
McCoy Tyner
Jelly Roll Morton
Art Tatum
Fats Waller
Oscar Peterson


Jazz Trumpet:
Cannonball Adderly
Lee Morgan
Freddie Hubbard

Jazz Drums:
Max Roach
Buddy Rich
Elvin Jones


Cannonball played the sax

his brother Nat played the cornet (probably who you were thinking of)
#29
A couple off the top of my head.

Delta:
Robert "Junior" Lockwood
Robert Pete Williams

Chicago/Electric:
Luther Allison
Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown
JOhhny Copeland
J.B. Lenoir
#30
Added. I can't believe I forgot J.B. Lenoir.
#32
Quote by JilaX^
Robben Ford should go on there somewhere!

where?
#35
Fixed and added.


I thought I put Johnny Winters up there, but I only put up Edgar.
#36
bumped for purely selfish (not really) reasons.
#37
Sweet thread man, good job!

"Blues is what you got when everything else is
gone." - J.Lansdowne
#39
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John Pattitucci on bass?

What?
Ticking away the moments that make up a dull day
You fritter and waste the hours in an offhand way
Kicking around on a piece of ground in your home town
Waiting for someone or something to show you the way
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