Blues From Hell is a collection of 27 Howlin' Wolf recordings made in the 1950s; an essential album from this fierce bluesman with a raucous voice. Howlin' Wolf was, without a doubt, one of the raw forces of the Chicago blues!Tracklist A1. Spoonful A2. Evil (Is Going On) A3. Smokes..
Sonny Boy Williamson is undoubtedly one of the greatest harmonica players in post-war bluesOriginally released in 1959, Down and Out Blues is a collection of singles Williamson had recorded for Checker records between 1955 and 1958. A landmark album of Chicago blues... on 180g vinyl!Tracklist ..
For lovers of Chicago Electric BluesEssential listening for Blues fans, Hoodoo Man Blues is Junior Wells' first recording on album.Regarded as one of the first actual records of the Chicago nightlife scene at the turn of the 1960s, the album captures, in the superior acoustics of a recording studio,..
Jimmy Reed ranks as one of the most popular and significant bluesmen of the postwar era. No one, except maybe B.B. King, so effectively reached both black and white audiences in the 50s and 60s.The secret of Jimmy Reed’s music was that this simple, bare-bones, laid-back style of blues was just so ea..
Muddy Waters – a totally inspired and inspiring Bluesman.The album Sail On was originally released in 1969 as The Best of Muddy Waters.All tracks were recorded in Chicago, between 1948 and 1954 and is an excellent overview of the early career of this predominant Blues artist.Tracklist A1. Hooc..
West Side Soul is considered, rightfully so, one of the landmark albums of Chicago blues and the cornerstone album of modern electric blues; Magic Sam successfully redefines traditional blues, fusing urban soul and R&B with traditional Chicago blues.This magnificent re-mastered album also featur..