Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by BLUESJAZZMAN, Sep 1, 2013.
I say "today" as we all know it's subject to change ;-)
For quite awhile
I'm gonna drink some gin tonight and spin this one.
Is that the Cleopatra records issue ? how is it ? Decent pressing ?
I have been spinning this lp all weekend ...
Hey, that's mine too!
Progressive Blue Experiemnt Johnny Winter
Born Under A Bad Sign - Albert King
Muddy Waters - After the Rain
There are other versions but this one is the best ever.
West Side Soul - Magic Sam
Muddy Waters - Hard Again
Howlin' Wolf's rocking chair album. I think it's a definitive Chicago electric blues album--it's the one I'd suggest to someone who was thinking of picking up a blues album for the first time. And every last track on it is terrific.
But picking one is too hard! On a different day, I'd pick B.B. King's "Live at the Regal", which is the best live album of any kind that I've heard.
most recently, i've enjoyed jb hutto and his hawks - hawk squat - which features sunnyland slim...
It's the 2009 Goldenlane/Cleopatra pressing. Very happy with it. I also have a new one I bought today. Burnin'on Vee Jay which is also a repress catalog # 1043. Introducing The Beatles was #1062 so I believe it originally came out around 1962. It looks really nice but the proof will be in the grooves.
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