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First Trouble / No Minor Keys (Bonus Version)
Blues 'n' Trouble
The Complete Blue Horizon Sessions
Steve Gibbons Band
Rock the House Again
Nine Below Zero
Peter Green Splinter Group
Peter Green Splinter Group is an album by the British blues band of the same name, led by Peter Green. Released in 1997, this was their first album, and essentially the comeback album for Green, who had been out of the music business for around 10 years. Green was the founder of Fleetwood Mac and a member of that group from 1967–70, before a sporadic solo career during the late 1970s and early 1980s.
Mostly recorded live on a tour of the UK, the album consisted of covers of blues songs, written mainly by very well known and established artists.
Bill Wyman's Rhythm Kings - The Kings of Rhythm Vol. 2: Keep on Truckin'
Bill Wyman's Rhythm Kings
Strange Situations: The Stan Webb & Chicken Shack Indigo Sessions
Stan Webb & Chicken Shack
Still Live After All These Years
Stan Webb's Chicken Shack
Red Hot Rocking Blues
Sweet Soulful Music
Andy Fairweather Low
Sweet Soulful Music, released in August 2006, was Andy Fairweather Low's first solo album in twenty six years. It reunited Low with producer Glyn Johns.
Live & Outlawed
Full House (2011 Remaster)
Full House is the fourth studio album by Frankie Miller, released in 1977. It features a mix of Miller originals and covers, including a version of John Lennon's "Jealous Guy". The Andy Fraser composition "Be Good to Yourself" was issued as a single, and reached No. 27 the UK singles chart, becoming Miller's first chart hit.
The Free Story
The Free Story is the second greatest hits album by Free, and the first which was released outside of the USA. It was released on 31 December 1973 by Island Records. The album reached number 2 in the UK Albums Chart and stayed in the charts for 6 weeks. On 22 July 2013, the album was awarded a silver certification by the BPI, for UK album sales of over 60,000 units.
The album covers the entire studio album collection of Free from their debut album Tons of Sobs through to their final studio album Heartbreaker and includes their biggest hit single "All Right Now".
It also has one non-Free track - the song Lady, from Rodgers' post-Free group, Peace, which included bassist Stewart McDonald and drummer Mick Underwood.
Live at the 100 Club
Paul Lamb & The King Snakes
Fresh Evidence (Remastered 2017)
Fresh Evidence is Rory Gallagher's eleventh and last studio album, his fourteenth album overall. The album was unusual in that Gallagher used more additional musicians and spent more time recording than he normally did. Not as unusual, the songs show his love for blues artists such as Robert Johnson and Son House and for other genres such as Zydeco as well. The album explores themes of ill health, mortality, and fighting back against overwhelming odds. It shows the toll that Gallagher's health problems were starting to take on him.
Who Do You Love - The Anthology
Live / The Penthouse Tapes
The Sensational Alex Harvey Band
Where I Belong
Crooked Heart Of Mine
Giles/The Dirty Aces Robson
Find a Way to Care
The Wynds Of Life
Alexis Korner: The Ultimate Collection (Live)
Beg, Borrow & Steel
Picking Up The Pieces
The Nimmo Brothers
Still On The Road To Freedom
Like No Other
The Best Of Taste
Stephen Dale Petit
The Crave is the second studio album by Stephen Dale Petit released on the 26 July 2010. It features guest appearances from former Rolling Stones guitarist Mick Taylor, original Rolling Stones bassist and Pretty Things guitarist Dick Taylor and keyboardist Max Middleton.
The album contains original material and covers of staple songs within the Blues genre. Covers include versions of Albert King's "As The Years Go Passing By", "Need Your Love So Bad" a re-interpretation of Robert Johnson's "Cross Road Blues" as well as a reworked version of Bob Dylan's "Obviously Five Believers" with new lyrics. Speaking to Blues Matters Magazine, Petit addressed the potential controversy involved with re-working seminal, "sacred" blues recordings:
"These songs were dead. My so-called desecration [of the original versions] was an act of love. I feel a wonderment and enchantment about these songs, which is why I recorded them. If the blues is to grow and thrive it has to evolve."
Thunder in the Sky
Pilgrimage: Mississippi To Memphis
Brunning / Hall Sunflower Blues Band / I Wish You Would
Brunning/Hall Sunflower Blues Band
Battle Scars (Deluxe Edition)
Big Boy Bloater and the Limits
Big Boy Bloater and the Limits
Around The Next Dream
On The Town Tonight
Albert Lee & Hogans's Heroes
The Complete Willie and the Poor Boys (Audio Version)
Willie and The Poor Boys
Jon Amor Blues Group
Jon Amor Blues Group
Muddy Waters Songbook
Baby Please Don't Go (Live)
Tony Joe White
Ma Kelly's Greasy Spoon
Ma Kelly's Greasy Spoon is the third studio album by English rock band Status Quo. It was the first album by the band to leave behind their early psychedelic sound and begin experimenting with the hard rock style which remains their signature sound, as well as the last album to feature keyboardist Roy Lynes. The new album was released in August 1970, and failed to chart.
Guitar Man Live
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