voodoo chile

Helpful votes received on reviews: 89% (16 of 18)
In My Own Words:
If one word were to be enough. The it would have to be Music. That's all there should ever be, for me that is. It's all i live for.
Born and living in India, it's a real feelgood thing, if not anything else, that i love the blues. My favorite musicians, to name a few, are Buudy Guy, Otis Rush, Peter Green, John Mayall etc....i love Jazz too. Miles Davis, John Coltrane etc..i love the language t… Read more


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...And Friends ~ Buddy Guy
...And Friends ~ Buddy Guy
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Blue Flame, 21 Jun 2003
Wow man! That's the single most strongest expression that i saw on my face when i heard this compilation. Simply Superb. Words are just not enough to describe this album. Sheer Brilliance. True Blue.
I need not say anything about Buddy Guy of course. He was, is and really , will always be the king of Chicago Blues.
Apart from Guy on this album are feature some of the finest blues singers and guitarists , i've definitely heard....
Jimmy Dawkins: The man who is once supposed to have shared the bill with otis Rush , Buddy Guy and Magic Sam..Two songs featured here on this Album ( Highway man blues & Have some mercy) are some great examples of Soulful Chicago blues. Great voice… Read more
Wound Up Tight ~ Lonnie Brooks
Wound Up Tight ~ Lonnie Brooks
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Black is Blue, 20 May 2003
he's been at it for about 40 years now. He still makes people shake, rattle and roll. Lonnie Brooks' music is still instilled with the funky, swampy bayou rhythms of Opelousas and Lafayette, and his lyrics still speak of black cat bones and "Mojo Hands". But along the road from Louisiana to Chicago, he's combined that irresistable swing of Texas, the undeniable soul of Memphis and the pure power of Chicago blues into a musical lingo thats his own.
On this album Lonnie is joined by johnny winter. And that is what i call Double Trouble.
The album opens with a very confessional "Gotlucky last night". He's then joined By johnny on Jealous man...then lonnie gets really groovy on Belly… Read more
John Mayall with Eric Clapton - Blues Breakers by Hal Leonard Publishing Corporation
John Mayall with Eric Clapton - Blues Breakers by Hal Leonard Publishing Corporation
8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Well to begin with this is one of the best albums that surfaced during the blues boom in England. And john Mayall and Eric clapton was the ultimate combination. This book contains exact transcriptions of all the songs on this album. Pay attention to the bends clapton uses on All Your Love..some of the best phrasing i've ever heard. and very well transcribed indeed. initially i found this book i found it a little difficult to understand but it gets easier ( i mean really easy) when you use it with the cd ot tape. So lets get playing and remember to put all your feeling into it