This month In Blues Legends 12/12

John Mayall, Albert King, Taj Mahal, Bonnie Raitt, Hubert Sumlin, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Beth Hart, Jeff Beck, Keith Richards, Freddie King, Joe Louis Walker, Muddy Waters, Gary Moore, Willie Dixon, Brownie McGhee, Sonny Terry, Lucky Peterson

They are the “Blues Legends” performers selected among the 1348 Posts we publish this month.

Here, they are reunited in one glorious playlist. Enjoy!


This month In Blues Legends 12/12


1 . John Mayall & Albert King . Call It Stormy Monday

Lifted from : We remember Albert King. ‘King Albert’

2 . Taj Mahal & Bonnie Raitt . Done Changed My Way of Living

Lifted from : Columbia publish Taj Mahal’s second album . ‘The Natch’l Blues’ (1968)

3 . Hubert Sumlin & Kenny Wayne Shepherd . Sittin’ on Top of the World

Lifted from : We remember Hubert Sumlin. ‘Sumlin In The Air’

4 . Beth Hart & Jeff Beck . I’d Rather Go Blind

Lifted from : Jeff, Beth et al honor Buddy Guy (2012)

5 . Keith Richards . Going Down

Lifted from : Happy Birthday Keith Richards. ‘Keith On My List’

6 . Freddie King . Big Legged Woman

Lifted from : We remember Freddie King. ‘The King of Texas’

7 . Joe Louis Walker . Repay My Love

Lifted from : Happy Birthday Joe Louis Walker. ‘These Blues Are Made for Walker’

8 . Muddy Waters . Soon Forgotten

Lifted from : German TV tapes Muddy Waters (1978)

9 . Gary Moore . Parisienne Walkways

Lifted from : Gary Moore attends . German Festival (1982)

10 . Willie Dixon . Built For Comfort

Lifted from : Willie Dixon records his debut album . ‘Willie’s Blues’ with Memphis Slim on piano (1959)

11 . Brownie McGhee & Sonny Terry . Backwater Blues

Lifted from : Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee record, live in San Francisco, the album ‘Backwater Blues’ (1961)

12 . Lucky Peterson . Death Don’t Have No Mercy

Lifted from : Happy Birthday Lucky Peterson. ‘Lucky You!’


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