Volume One of Four. Booklet in English. EU-only three CD collection compiled and annotated by renowned Blues expert, Bill Dahl. Bear Family Records is telling the story from the beginning of electric Blues into the new millennium. In the 1930s, the invention of Gibson's ES-150 - the first electric guitar - changed popular music forever. The first generation of Blues pioneers played acoustic instruments, but with the invention of amplification, guitar and harmonica players could be heard over the piano, drums and horns. Music was revolutionized. Here's the complete story from jazz-inspired jump numbers in the late 1930s to hard-driving blues/rock from the States and Great Britain in the 1960s, '70s, and beyond.
Volume One of Four. Booklet in English. EU-only three CD collection compiled and annotated by renowned Blues expert, Bill Dahl. Bear Family Records is telling the story from the beginning of electric Blues into the new millennium. In the 1930s, the invention of Gibson's ES-150 - the first electric guitar - changed popular music forever. The first generation of Blues pioneers played acoustic instruments, but with the invention of amplification, guitar and harmonica players could be heard over the piano, drums and horns. Music was revolutionized. Here's the complete story from jazz-inspired jump numbers in the late 1930s to hard-driving blues/rock from the States and Great Britain in the 1960s, '70s, and beyond.
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Vol. 1-Electric Blues 1939-54 (English) [Import]
Artist: Electric Blues
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1. Floyd's Guitar Blues
2. Mean Old World
3. Strange Things Happening Every Day
4. Drifting Blues
5. Ain't That Just Like a Woman
6. That's All Right
7. Let Me Play with Your Poodle
8. Call It Stormy Monday (But Tuesday Is Just As Bad)
9. Better Cut That Out 1
10. Ramblin' Bill 1
11. I Can't Be Satisfied 1
12. Boogie Chillen 1
13. Blues After Hours 1
14. Mary Is Fine 1
15. Drinkin' Wine Spo-Dee-O-Dee 1
16. Hit the Road 1
17. Who's Been Jivin' You 1
18. Black Angel Blues (Sweet Black Angel) 1
19. My Special Friend Blues 2
20. Every Day I Have the Blues (Lonely Heart Blues) 2
21. Rock Awhile 2
22. Bon Ton Roula 2
23. Rollin' and Tumblin', Pt. 1 2
24. Slippin' and Slidin' 2
25. Rockin' All Day (Rockin' and Reelin') 2
26. Love Don't Love Nobody 2
27. That's All Right 2
28. Midnight Boogie 2
29. Black Night 3
30. Rock Little Baby 3
31. Why Should I Cry? 3
32. Rocket '88' 3
33. How Many More Years? 3
34. Boogie Woogie Nighthawk 3
35. Baby Let's Go Down to the Woods 3
36. Kansas City Blues 3
37. Pontiac Blues 3
38. Dust My Broom 3
39. I'm in the Mood 4
40. Cold Cold Feeling 4
41. Ramblin' on My Mind 4
42. Please Send My Baby Back 4
43. Trust in Me 4
44. Juke 4
45. Me and My Chauffeur Blues 4
46. Five Long Years 4
47. Lonesome Train 4
48. Hound Dog 4
49. Chocolate Pork Chop Man 5
50. Woke Up This Morning 5
51. Evening Sun 5
52. Cryin' Shame 5
53. Messin' Up 5
54. Please Love Me 5
55. Forty Cups of Coffee 5
56. Ice Cream Man 5
57. Losing Hand 5
58. Hydramatic Woman 5
59. Feelin' Good 6
60. One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer 6
61. Tiger Man 6
62. Blues with a Feeling 6
63. Piggly Wiggly 6
64. TV Mama 6
65. The Things That I Used to Do 6
66. Shim Sham Shimmy 6
67. Dirty Work at the Crossroad 6
68. You Don't Have to Go 6
69. I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man 7
70. Sloppy Drunk 7
71. Shake That Thing 7
72. Wine, Women, Whiskey 7
73. I'm Gonna Murder My Baby 7
74. Pet Cream Man 7
75. Reconsider Baby 7
76. Don't Have to Worry (Jumpin' in the Heart of Town) 7
77. The Boogie Disease

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Volume One of Four. Booklet in English. EU-only three CD collection compiled and annotated by renowned Blues expert, Bill Dahl. Bear Family Records is telling the story from the beginning of electric Blues into the new millennium. In the 1930s, the invention of Gibson's ES-150 - the first electric guitar - changed popular music forever. The first generation of Blues pioneers played acoustic instruments, but with the invention of amplification, guitar and harmonica players could be heard over the piano, drums and horns. Music was revolutionized. Here's the complete story from jazz-inspired jump numbers in the late 1930s to hard-driving blues/rock from the States and Great Britain in the 1960s, '70s, and beyond.