Am missing Muddy Waters here ...
My dad gave me a live Stan Getz CD. It's freakin awesome, I must say. It was the first CD I listened to when I moved into my new home. Nice list, by the way.Just trying to make a mental list here.... I have collected work from certain favorite artists, most on CD, not on my phone... need to search for them.
---- This is a running list for me to refer to so I can search for my missing music... in boxes, bags, the back room, the garage, etc....
- Robert Johnson
- Bessie Smith
- Benny Goodman
- B.B. King
- Ella Fitzgerald
- Dinah Washington
- Etta James
- Billie Holiday
- Aretha Franklin
- Stevie Wonder
- Jimi Hendrix
- Janis Joplin
- Eric Clapton
- Stevie Ray Vaughn
- Bela Fleck (and the Flecktones)
- Django Reinhardt (with Stephan Grappelli)
- Got a mix of stuff with Duke Ellington, Thelonius Monk, John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Stan Getz, Chet Baker, Dexter Gordon, et al....
- Another one with all blues legends....
You know the one.... we've all heard it, countless times.... this riff right here:The Amen break is a drum riff that's been sampled in more than 2,000 songs by artists as diverse as N.W.A. and David Bowie. It was created some 50 years ago by a funk and soul band called The Winstons, and they've finally started getting some recognition.
Yes, list.You're posting from a list of some sort?? Noooo.... I just can't stand Thorogood.... LMAO
(Personal opinion, that's all.)
Well, it's not number one on my list.... I go with what I like & what I feel. LOLYes, list.
If you go to the following URL
You will see the YouTube video of Etta James singing "At Last." (Number 1 on the list.) To the right of that on the screen is the printed list of the top 100 Blues songs, according to whomever made this list. Each song has sort of a logo, and if you click on that the video of the song comes up and plays.