VA - Electric Blues (2016)
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VA - Electric Blues (2016)

Artist: Various Artists
Title: Electric Blues
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Alligator Records - X5 Music Group
Genre: Blues
Quality: MP3 CBR 320 kbps
Total Time: 01:55:56
Total Size: 267 MB
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Tracklist:
01. Michael Burks - I Smell Smoke (03:51)
02. Albert Collins - Quicksand (03:31)
03. Valerie Wellington - A Fool For You (03:13)
04. Son Seals - I Believe to My Soul (04:13)
05. Lazy Lester - I'm a Man (04:01)
06. Hound Dog Taylor - What'd I Say (Live) (04:08)
07. Lonnie Mack - Strike Like Lightning (03:43)
08. Magic Slim - Stranded on the Highway (04:26)
09. Lonnie Brooks - Eyeballin' (03:39)
10. Sugar Blue - I Ain't Got You (02:37)
11. Pinetop Perkins - How Much More Long (03:31)
12. Little Charlie & The Nightcats - That's My Girl (02:19)
13. Koko Taylor - Happy Home (03:16)
14. Charlie Musselwhite - Catwalk (02:31)
15. Johnny Winter - I'm Good (03:50)
16. Smokin' Joe Kubek & Bnois King - Got You Out of My Blood (03:57)
17. Janiva Magness - I Want to Do Everything For You (03:28)
18. Elvin Bishop - That Train Is Gone (02:57)
19. William Clarke - Pawnshop Bound (04:23)
20. Tinsley Ellis - Cold Love, Hot Night (04:20)
21. Jimmy Johnson - Feel Like Breaking Up Someone's Home (04:47)
22. Shemekia Copeland - Turn the Heat Up (05:04)
23. Raful Neal - You Don't Love Me (Anymore) (03:17)
24. Lil' Ed & The Blues Imperials - Bluesmobile (03:16)
25. Eddie Shaw - Stoop Down, Baby (04:01)
26. Eddy - Blue Over You (03:56)
27. Lacy Gibson - Wish Me Well (02:58)
28. James Cotton, Junior Wells, Carey Bell & Billy Branch - Broke and Hungry (04:30)
29. Friends & Ronnie Earl - Wayward Angel (07:12)
30. Luther Allison - Give Me Back My Wig (04:46)
Electric blues refers to any type of blues music distinguished by the use of electric amplification for musical instruments. The guitar was the first instrument to be popularly amplified and used by early pioneers T-Bone Walker in the late 1930s and John Lee Hooker and Muddy Waters in the 1940s. Their styles developed into West Coast blues, Detroit blues, and post-World War II Chicago blues, which differed from earlier, predominantly acoustic-style blues. By the early 1950s, Little Walter was a featured soloist on blues harmonica or blues harp using a small hand-held microphone fed into a guitar amplifier. Although it took a little longer, the electric bass guitar gradually replaced the stand-up bass by the early 1960s. Electric organs and especially keyboards later became widely used in electric blues.
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