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12’ Bar Ramblin’ #55 ‘More Blues Rock’ with Stefan Matussek

12 January 2021
  • Rock
  • Blues
  • Gritty
  • Soulful
  • Bombastic

It’s well known that Blues music has had a great influence in the shaping of most popular music we hear today. This influence is audible to varying degrees in other genres but nowhere as strongly as in Blues-rock (as the name clearly suggests). This sub-genre of Rock music has its origin in the British blues bands of the 1960s and has evolved in various directions over the course of the past half-a-dozen decades. In its beginnings its sound adhered very closely to the characteristics and structures of blues music, but over time it became slightly more flexible without losing that distinct blues flavor. 

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Wicked World - Black Sabbath
Mama, Keep Your Big Mouth Shut - The Pretty Things
Little Girl (Stereo) - Clapton, John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers
Outside Woman Blues - Cream
The Doormouse Rides the Rails - Savoy Brown Blues Band
Poor Moon - Canned Heat
I Want You (She's So Heavy) - The Beatles
Moby Dick - Led Zeppelin
Once I Had A Woman - Jimi Hendrix
Palace of the King - Freddie King
Nasty Dogs and Funky Kings - ZZ Top
Problem Child - Doyle Bramhall II & Smokestack
When the Lights Go Out - The Black Keys
Sailing On - The Derek Trucks Band
Say You Will - Marcus King
Didn't Know yet What I'd Know When I Was Bleedin' - Dax Riggs
Keep on Swinging - Rival Sons
Rss - Graveyard
The River Runs Dry - Noonday Axeman
Gravel Road Blues - Joe and Vicki Price
The Time Will Come - Ryan Lee Crosby
Raincloud Woman - Tom Walbank and Mike Blommer