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John Henry
Buster Brown (US 1961) / New King of the Blues

chrisgoesrock:

Buster Brown - The New King of The Blues (Outstanding US 1961)

I think it’s safe to say that I can enjoy Buster Brown in any mood. It’s very catchy electric blues, with an electric guitar and some catchy harmonica work. Even if you think you don’t like blues, definitely give this song a listen. Definitely 10/10!

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Fannie Mae
Buster Brown (1961) / New King of the Blues

chrisgoesrock:

Buster Brown - The New King of The Blues (Outstanding US 1961)

This is a very catchy blues track from Buster Brown. There’s a lot of great harmonica work in the strong, and Buster Brown has a nice soulful voice. If Stevie Ray Vaughan is who you most associate with blues… Well, this song don’t sound like SRV at all. I definitely rate this song 10/10.

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The Madison Shuffle
Buster Brown (US 1961) / New King of the Blues

chrisgoesrock:

Buster Brown - The New King of The Blues (Outstanding Blues Album US 1961)

Wow! This is a very nice catchy blues instrumental! It appears to be comprised of an electric guitar, a harmonica, and a horn section. Buster Brown is one very talented man. This song definitely rates 10/10.

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killyourdealer666:

Been listening to B.B. King, Muddy waters, and Chuck Berry this morning. If you don’t like the blues then you got no soul my friend.

To be fair, some people probably think they don’t like the blues because they’re mainly familiar with Stevie Ray Vaughan - so they think all blues sounds like SRV. But that’s not the case at all. Muddy Waters has some very excellent stuff, as does Howlin’ Wolf - along with Jimmy Reed, Arthur Crudup, Sonny Boy Williamson II, and Elmore James… to name a few. At the very least, I think anyone who’s a rock/metal fan should check out electric blues.

Electric Blues Artists To Delve Deeper Into
  1. Howlin’ Wolf
  2. Muddy Waters
  3. Arthur Crudup
  4. Sonny Boy Williamson II
  5. Billy Boy Arnold
  6. Jimmy Reed
  7. Little Walter
  8. Buster Brown
  9. Hound Dog Taylor
  10. John Lee Hooker
  11. Elmore James
  12. Snooky Pryor
  13. Lightnin’ Slim

Okay, that should be enough to get me going for awhile. And I’ll continue to also follow feellikesingingtheblues and kdo. I do plan to explore other blues subgenres, eventually - but, for now, I’ll probably stick with Chicago blues.