5. I Let My Daddy Do That. 6. Be Ready When He Comes.
Aurora "Rory" Block (born November 6, 1949, in Princeton, New Jersey) is an American blues guitarist and singer, a notable exponent of the country blues style. Aurora Block was born in Princeton and grew up in Manhattan. Her father, Allan Block, ran a sandal shop in Greenwich Village in the 1960s, and the Greenwich Village folk music scene, such as Peter Rowan, Maria Muldaur, and John Sebastian influenced Block to study classical guitar
When A Woman Gets The Blues. Empire Records - Woman Blues 6. I Got A Woman And Some Blues. Travelin' Woman Blues Eric Bibb, Rory Block & Maria Muldaur. Blues Give Me a Feeling Mary Lane.
British blues: Direct from the Delta to Dartford and beyond, the Blues turned British rock on its head. But the Do What You Like is stretched paper-thin. The highlight is Clapton’s Presence Of The Lord, his guitar playing up there with the most spine-tingling in his catalogue. 22. Graham Bond Organisation - There’s A Bond Between Us (Columbia, 1965). R&B At The Marquee qualifies as the first British blues album, drawing on country blues and Chicago electric blues with a particular fondness for Willie Dixon songs. Blues Incorporated’s approach is unpretentious but still academic compared to the young Turks who would soon consign Korner to yesterday’s man.
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Blues Week continues as we present our guide to the best female blues artists ever, starting off with the original Queen of the Blues - Mamie Smith. The Queen of the Blues’ Mamie Smith has the distinction of being the first African-American to record a vocal blues. Recorded on August 10 1920, Crazy Blues established the now classic lyrical blues theme of tainted love ("The man I love/He don't treat me right/He makes me feel so blue?I don't know what to do’). Despite the earlier fame, her grave remained unmarked until August 7 1970 when a tombstone was finally erected, paid for by Janis Joplin. Sadly, Janis herself died a couple of months later. Listen: Bessie Smith - Downhearted Blues (1923).
No Blues collection is complete without some BB King, and if you plan to own just one live Blues album, this IS the one. Recorded with a wild Chicago audience in 1964, this record was hugely influential. Rory gallagher - irish tour. And if you plan to own just two live Blues albums, this is the other one! The energy positively crackles from his fingers as Rory Gallagher plays to his home-countrymen, even in the acoustic numbers. Rory was a guitarist of outstanding inventive skills who knew he was 'standing on the shoulders of giants', and he touched the hearts of his audience with his blistering interpretation of the Blues. Combining the best of his own songs with masterly versions of some classic tunes, Rory ‘brings it home’ in style. Return to the Heartlands.