This month In Blues Legends 08

Albert Collins, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Johnny Winter, Walter Trout, Otis Spann, Johnnie Johnson, Ana Popovic, Ronnie Earl, Matt Schofield, Muddy Waters, Clark Terry, B.B King, R.L. Burnside, J.B. Lenoir, Lonnie Mack. They are the “Blues Legends” selected among the 1,073 Posts we publish this month.

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

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Albert Collins, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Johnny Winter, Walter Trout, Otis Spann, Johnnie Johnson, Ana Popovic, Ronnie Earl, Matt Schofield, Muddy Waters, Clark Terry, B.B King, R.L. Burnside, J.B. Lenoir, Lonnie Mack. They are the "Blues Legends" selected among the 1,073 Posts we publish this month. Her

Tracklist

1 . Albert Collins & Stevie Ray Vaughan – Frosty

Lifted from : Stevie Ray Vaughan, Albert Collins & BB King get together in New Orleans (1988)

2 . Johnny Winter – Be Careful With A Fool

Lifted from : Columbia release ‘Johnny Winter,’ his self-titled second album (1969)

3 . Walter Trout – Red House

Lifted from : Walter Trout kills it in New Jersey (2010)

4 . Otis Spann – Spann’s Blues

Lifted from : We remember Otis Spann. ‘Sketches Of Spann’

5 . Johnnie Johnson – Real Good Woman

Lifted from : We remember Chuck Berry’s pianist Johnnie Johnson. ‘Johnnie Was Good’

6 . Ana Popovic & Ronnie Earl – One Room Country Shack

Lifted from : Ronnie Earl sits in with Ana Popovic (2014)

7 . Matt Schofield – The Day You Left

Lifted from : Matt Schofield performs in Florida (2014)

8 . Muddy Waters & Clark Terry – Stormy Monday Blues

Lifted from : We remember Muddy Waters. ‘Still Waters’

9 . B.B King – When It All Comes Down

Lifted from : BB King plays at New Orleans JazzFest (1991)

10 . R.L. Burnside – When My First Wife Left Me

Lifted from : R.L. Burnside releases ‘Too Bad Jim,’ his sixth album produced by Robert Palmer (1993)

11 . J.B. Lenoir – The Whale Has Swallowed Me

Lifted from : We remember J.B. Lenoir

12 . Lonnie Mack – Oreo Cookie Blues

Lifted from : We remember Lonnie Mack and his Flying V. ‘It’s Lonnie At The Top’

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