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Mal's Red Hot blues.

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The progressive blues experiment
The progressive blues experiment
"One of his earliest but best pure blues albums. Worth getting just for "Mean Town Blues" but the rest of the album is also excellent."
Tres Hombres
Tres Hombres
"Classic ZZ album from '73. "Waiting For the Bus", "Jesus Just left Chicago" & "La Grange" are all here."
Texas Flood
Texas Flood
"A Stevie Ray classic and modern blues milestone. "Pride & Joy", Lovestruck Baby", "Lenny" and the epic slow blues title track."
Live from Nowhere in Particular
Live from Nowhere in Particular
"Smokin' Joe operates at the rocking end of the blues spectrum. This live set has killer versions of "Mountain Time", "So Many Roads" & acoustic stunner "Woke Up Dreaming"."
Hittin' the Note
Hittin' the Note
"A rejuvenated ABB, mostly thanks to Warren Haynes & Derek Trucks, turn in their best album for years. Jazzy and folky in places but always rockin'!."
The Road We're On
The Road We're On
"Louisiana Blues with a touch of zydeco and Sonny's trademark slide playing. Top tracks for me are "True Blue", "Gone Pecan" and the minor key blues "Fallin' For You""
Bridge of Sighs
Bridge of Sighs
"From 1974, contains RT classics "Too Rolling Stoned","Little Bit of Sympathy","Day of the Eagle" and the title track. James Dewar's soulful vocals perfectly complement RT's Hendrix-flavoured guitar."
Welcome
Welcome
"More heavy rock than out-'n-out blues, but DBII's texas blues influences are clearly evident in this great album. "So You Want It to Rain" & "Last Night" stand out but there's plenty more to enjoy."
Living Proof
Living Proof
"Full-on rocking album with the blues legend still in great voice despite being well into his 70's. The guitar solo on first track "74 Years" is startling to say the least!."
Heads, Tails & Aces
Heads, Tails & Aces
"Classy, jazz-tinged British blues with stylish guitar thats strong on feel and tone rather than flashy bombast, but he can still sizzle when necessary as on slow blues "Lay It Down"."
Tower Sessions
Tower Sessions
"Rock with a strong blues feel. Semi-live (audience-free & tarted up in a studio). Killer cover of 'Purple Rain' but 'Hero', 'Sugar Low', 'With Me Tonight' & 'Hurricane' are also highlights."
Buddy Whittington
Buddy Whittington
"A cracking blues album from John Mayall's former guitarist. Intelligent and witty lyrics with an unmistakeable Texas feel. His cover of ZZ Top's "Sure Got Cold After The Rain Fell" is sublime."
RICH MAN FALLING
RICH MAN FALLING
"Virtuoso blues-rock with a funk groove. 11 originals & 2 covers including a nice take on Free's "Be My Friend". Other highlights include opener "Down To The River" & the funky "Pushing It Out"
Roadsongs
Roadsongs
"Live 2xCD of 'grown-up' jazz-flavoured blues with slinky horns to beef things up. DT's top-notch slide playing to the fore; lengthy improvisations that go way beyond mere jamming.. .Pure class!!"
At Fillmore East (Deluxe Edition)
At Fillmore East (Deluxe Edition)
"Considered by many to be one of the best ever live albums. Now expanded to over 2 hours with 2 of the 13 tracks ("Mountain Jam" & "Whipping Post") making up one of those hours. Inspirational jamming."
We Can Get Together
We Can Get Together
"Lord have mercy!! how the hell did I miss THIS?. Blues/funk/soul with gutsy gtr, whiskey vox and brilliant songs. SC died aged 29 just after this (his 5th!) album was released. What a legacy!"
Heads I Win Tails You Lose
Heads I Win Tails You Lose
"Slick without sounding over-produced. Lots of variety but all underpinned by a blues feel. Great covers of "Fever" & "No Diggity" but Oli's own songs are also very tasty."
Watch Your Back
Watch Your Back
"Blues that grooves. Tough guitar that (strangely) reminds me of early Bad Company(?). Suits me just fine."
Ledbetter Heights
Ledbetter Heights
"Feisty debut album from the (then) 17 year-old KWS that display a guitarist of prodigious talent with a strong feel for blues in all its forms."
Whilst the Wind: Live
Whilst the Wind: Live