Part Three of the most comprehensive history EVER of electrified blues on 12 electrifying CDs!Every significant artist... every significant recording from the 1930s to the present day, including T-Bone Walker, Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, George Thorogood, and Freddie, B. B. and Albert King, Jeff Beck, Fleetwood Mac, Charlie Musselwhite, Johnny Winter, and Stevie Ray Vaughan, and literally hundreds more! In all, fifteen-and-a-half hours!Compiled and annotated by renowned blues expert, Bill Dahl.Every 3-CD set comes with a 160-page booklet including biographies, illustrations, original release info, and rare photos!Cross-licensed from every record company to be truly comprehensive!Blues historian and musicologist, Bill Dahl from Chicago, has produced the most comprehensive history of electric blues... ever! With nearly 300 tracks, Bear Family Records is telling the story from the beginning into the new millennium. In the 1930s, the invention of Gibson's ES-150 - the first electric guitar - changed popular music forever. The first generation of blues pioneers played acoustic instruments, but with the invention of amplification, guitar and harmonica players could be heard over the piano, drums and horns. Music was revolutionized!The 12 generously full CDs are in four sets of three CDs in elegant digipaks. On more than 650 pages in four lavishly illustrated booklets, Bill Dahl writes authoritatively about the history of electric blues, and how it influenced rock music during the 1960s and beyond. Here's the complete story from jazz-inspired jump numbers in the late 1930s to hard-driving blues/rock from the States and Great Britain in the 1960s, '70s, and beyond. The journey closes with today's contemporary blues. This is it! Truly definitive! Done as only Bear Family can do it!
Part Three of the most comprehensive history EVER of electrified blues on 12 electrifying CDs!Every significant artist... every significant recording from the 1930s to the present day, including T-Bone Walker, Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, George Thorogood, and Freddie, B. B. and Albert King, Jeff Beck, Fleetwood Mac, Charlie Musselwhite, Johnny Winter, and Stevie Ray Vaughan, and literally hundreds more! In all, fifteen-and-a-half hours!Compiled and annotated by renowned blues expert, Bill Dahl.Every 3-CD set comes with a 160-page booklet including biographies, illustrations, original release info, and rare photos!Cross-licensed from every record company to be truly comprehensive!Blues historian and musicologist, Bill Dahl from Chicago, has produced the most comprehensive history of electric blues... ever! With nearly 300 tracks, Bear Family Records is telling the story from the beginning into the new millennium. In the 1930s, the invention of Gibson's ES-150 - the first electric guitar - changed popular music forever. The first generation of blues pioneers played acoustic instruments, but with the invention of amplification, guitar and harmonica players could be heard over the piano, drums and horns. Music was revolutionized!The 12 generously full CDs are in four sets of three CDs in elegant digipaks. On more than 650 pages in four lavishly illustrated booklets, Bill Dahl writes authoritatively about the history of electric blues, and how it influenced rock music during the 1960s and beyond. Here's the complete story from jazz-inspired jump numbers in the late 1930s to hard-driving blues/rock from the States and Great Britain in the 1960s, '70s, and beyond. The journey closes with today's contemporary blues. This is it! Truly definitive! Done as only Bear Family can do it!
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Format: CD
Label: IMPORTS
Catalog: 16923
Rel. Date: 06/18/2021
UPC: 4000127169235

Vol. 3-Electric Blues 1960-69 (English) [Import]
Artist: Electric Blues
Format: CD
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1. Rush, Otis - So Many Roads, So Many Trains
2. Guy, Buddy - First Time I Met the Blues
3. Reed, Jimmy - Big Boss Man
4. King, Freddy - Hide Away
5. King, Freddy - Have You Ever Loved a Woman
6. Wells, Junior - Messin' with the Kid
7. Bland, Bobby - I Pity the Fool
8. King, Earl - Come on (Parts 1 ; 2)
9. Thomas, Kid - Rockin' This Joint To-Nite
10. James, Elmore - Shake Your Moneymaker
11. James, Betty - I'm a Little Mixed Up
12. Parker, Junior - Driving Wheel
13. Willie Perryman Interns - Doctor Feelgood
14. Hooker, John Lee - Boom Boom
15. Parker, Bobby - Watch Your Step
16. Cobbs, Willie - You Don't Love Me
17. Allen, Ricky - Cut You A-Loose
18. Frost, Frank - Jelly Roll King
19. Diddley, Bo - You Can't Judge a Book By Looking at the Cover
20. Kittrell, Christine - I'm a Woman
21. Williamson, Sonny Boy - Help Me
22. Fortune, Jesse - Too Many Cooks
23. Taylor, Little Johnny - Part Time Love
24. Howlin' Wolf - Hidden Charms
25. Davis, James - Blue Monday
26. Tucker, Tommy - Hi-Heel Sneakers
27. Lee, Little Frankie ; the Saxtons - Full Time Lover
28. King, B. B. - Rock Me Baby
29. Shaw, Timmy - Gonna Send You Back to Georgia
30. Desanto, Sugar Pie - Use What You Got
31. Howlin' Wolf - Killing Floor
32. Thomas, Rufus - All Night Worker
33. Wells, Junior - Snatch It Back and Hold It
34. Harpo, Slim - Baby Scratch My Back
35. Taylor, Koko - Wang Dang Doodle
36. Little Milton - Feel So Bad
37. Taylor, Johnnie - Little Bluebird
38. Pickett, Wilson - Mustang Sally
39. King, Albert - Crosscut Saw
40. John, Mable - You're Taking Up Another Man's Place
41. Fulsom, Lowell - Tramp
42. Franklin, Aretha - Dr. Feelgood (Love Is a Serious Business)
43. King, Albert - Born Under a Bad Sign
44. James, Etta - I'd Rather Go Blind
45. Guy, Buddy - Mary Had a Little Lamb
46. Carter, Clarence - Slip Away
47. Rhodes, Sonny - One of These Days
48. Davis, Tyrone - a Woman Needs to Be Loved
49. Magic Sam - What Have I Done Wrong
50. Leavy, Calvin - Cummins Prison Farm
51. Hawkins, Ronnie - Who Do You Love
52. Mack, Lonnie - Baby What's Wrong
53. Winter, Johnny - Gangster of Love
54. Animals, the - the House of the Rising Sun
55. Mann, Manfred - Bring It to Jerome
56. Bloomfield, Michael - Going Down Slow
57. Pretty Things, the - Judgement Day
58. Yardbirds, the - I Ain't Got You
59. Paul Butterfield Blues Band - Born in Chicago
60. John Mayall's Blues Breakers - Have You Heard
61. Hammond, John - I Can Tell
62. Charlie Musselwhite's South Side Band - Baby Will You Please Help Me
63. The Spencer Davis Group - Stevie's Blues
64. Ten Years After - I Want to Know
65. Brown, Savoy - Shake 'm on Down
66. Taj Mahal - She Caught the Katy (And Left Me a Mule to Ride)
67. Canned Heat - on the Road Again
68. Big Brother ; the Holding Company - Ball and Chain
69. Fleetwood Mac - Black Magic Woman
70. The Jeff Beck Group - Ain't Superstitious

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Part Three of the most comprehensive history EVER of electrified blues on 12 electrifying CDs!Every significant artist... every significant recording from the 1930s to the present day, including T-Bone Walker, Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, George Thorogood, and Freddie, B. B. and Albert King, Jeff Beck, Fleetwood Mac, Charlie Musselwhite, Johnny Winter, and Stevie Ray Vaughan, and literally hundreds more! In all, fifteen-and-a-half hours!Compiled and annotated by renowned blues expert, Bill Dahl.Every 3-CD set comes with a 160-page booklet including biographies, illustrations, original release info, and rare photos!Cross-licensed from every record company to be truly comprehensive!Blues historian and musicologist, Bill Dahl from Chicago, has produced the most comprehensive history of electric blues... ever! With nearly 300 tracks, Bear Family Records is telling the story from the beginning into the new millennium. In the 1930s, the invention of Gibson's ES-150 - the first electric guitar - changed popular music forever. The first generation of blues pioneers played acoustic instruments, but with the invention of amplification, guitar and harmonica players could be heard over the piano, drums and horns. Music was revolutionized!The 12 generously full CDs are in four sets of three CDs in elegant digipaks. On more than 650 pages in four lavishly illustrated booklets, Bill Dahl writes authoritatively about the history of electric blues, and how it influenced rock music during the 1960s and beyond. Here's the complete story from jazz-inspired jump numbers in the late 1930s to hard-driving blues/rock from the States and Great Britain in the 1960s, '70s, and beyond. The journey closes with today's contemporary blues. This is it! Truly definitive! Done as only Bear Family can do it!