This month In Blues Legends 05/12

Sonny Boy Williamson II, Taj Mahal, Muddy Waters, Eric Clapton, John Lee Hooker, Sonny Landreth, Albert King, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Howlin’ Wolf, B.B. King, Chuck Berry, Buddy Guy

They are the “Blues Legends” performers selected among the 1661 Posts we publish this month.

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


This month In Blues Legends 05/12


1 . Sonny Boy Williamson II . I´m A Lonely Man

Lifted from : We Remember Sonny Boy Williamson. ‘Sonny Boy’

2 . Taj Mahal . Come on in My Kitchen

Lifted from : Happy Birthday Taj Mahal. ‘Senor Mahal’

3 . Muddy Waters . Champagne And Reefer

Lifted from : Muddy Waters plays at the first Montreal jazz festival (1980)

4 . Eric Clapton . Same Old Blues

Lifted from : Eric Clapton comes to Connecticut (1985)

5 . John Lee Hooker . Chicken and Gravy

Lifted from : John Lee Hooker plays at the first Montreal jazz festival (1980)

6 . Sonny Landreth . Key To The Highway

Lifted from : Sonny Landreth slides in Pennsylvania (2014)

7 . Albert King . Crosscut Saw

Lifted from : Albert King bluesifies New Jersey (1988)

8 . Stevie Ray Vaughan . Tin Pan Alley

Lifted from : Epic release Stevie Ray Vaughan’s second album ‘Couldn’t Stand the Weather’ recorded with Double Trouble (1984)

9 . Howlin’ Wolf . How Many More Years

Lifted from : On TV today, Howlin’ Wolf is on “Shindig” next to the Rolling Stones (1965)

10 . B.B. King . Darling You Know I Love You

Lifted from : On TV today, B.B.King is on “Jazz Casual” (1968)

11 . Chuck Berry . Wee Wee Hours

Lifted from : Chuck Berry Starts The Recording Of His Debut Album ‘After School Session’ Featuring ‘School Days’ (1955)

12 . Buddy Guy . [I’m Your] Hoochie Coochie Man

Lifted from : Buddy Guy rocks Michigan (2017)


This week Top 20 in Jazz & Blues on RVM *

(*) According to our own statistics, upadted on June 16, 2024

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