Blues Solos That YOU Love

mrodrigues

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I'm looking to get back into the blues (it's so damn universal and manifests in almost all contemporary music)

What are the 3 most useful BLUES solos you ever learned from (from transcribing or even from just listening).

Just three, they don't have to be THE best, just solos that come to mind.

I realise there are similar threads, but I'd like to interact with some humans and not just a search engine!

Thanks!
 

GCDEF

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Allman Brothers Stormy Monday and Not My Cross To Bear

Johnny Winter, It's My Own Fault (live)

Roy Buchanan, Royz Bluz
 

BarneyFife

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Albert Collins - Master Charge (stinging)
Albert King - <<something>> Laundromat Blues (powerfull intro)
Bloomfield (Super Session) - Albert's Shuffle (the dictionary)
 

Phil M

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Albert King has a ton, and I recommend "Oh Pretty Woman" as one to start with.
 

zep41

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Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac -- I've Got a Mind to Give up Livin

any live version will do. That's about all I needed to tell me what blues lead was really all about
 

Scott Miller

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Earl Hines "Blues for Garroway," guitar by Skeeter Best.

J. B. Lenoir "Talk to Your Daughter."

BB King "House Rockin'"
 

sanhozay

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Nobody Love's You When You're Down & Out
- Derek & The Dominos

San ho zay
- Freddie King
 

KRosser

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Help Me Through The Day - Freddie King

Three Hundred Pounds Of Joy - Howlin' Wolf (Hubert Sumlin - guitar)

Crosscut Saw - Albert King

Dark Was The Night, Cold Was The Ground - Blind Willie Johnson
 

JimmyR

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Blue Jeans Blues - ZZ Top
Please come back to me - T-Bone Walker
All your lovin' - Otis Rush
 
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Fun thread - a few from the top of my head...

B.B. Let The Good Times Roll
Peter Green - Need Your Love So Bad
Things I Used To Do - Guitar Slim
 

duckbunny

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Help Me Through The Day - Freddie King

Three Hundred Pounds Of Joy - Howlin' Wolf (Hubert Sumlin - guitar)

Crosscut Saw - Albert King

Dark Was The Night, Cold Was The Ground - Blind Willie Johnson


OMG! My list was exactly the same! I'm glad I re-read the thread!



-db
 

John Thigpen

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On Live At the Regal, BB King plays his Sweet Little Angel/My Own Fault/How Blue Can You Get medley (The same one that the Allmans covered that was on the Duane Allman Anthology.) I love BB's solo between Sweet Little Angel and My Own Fault. The whole thing, thoush, is incredible.

I also really love the piano turnaround at the end of the spoken intro to the song. It's a nice ascending/descending counterpoint.

John
 




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