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@Suneerat thank you for your soulful Blues posts. You never fail to post something that either I regrettably, for whatever reason, haven't paid much attention to, or haven't heard yet.
Well first things first...It's a -God morning from Thailand !...And thank you very much BH for posting this "positive"words this morning Nice to hear that you enyoy my post..Have an awsome day Blues brother
Floyd Miles sings Statesboro Blues
I got this nice CD with Floyd M:Floyd Miles & Friends - Mountain To Climb
..and to top it of...:
Heal My Soul.. Lex Grey and The Urban Pioneers
I got the Lex Grey & The Urban Pioneers - Usual Suspects album...
Hope you all music lovers have a great Sunday..and some Blues is never wrong,right?
Carl Verheyen - Essential Blues
PS.The moore i listen to this Album the moore i love the @Blues&Jazz mix of it.Guitar sound heaven..just a nice mix of Blues..well worth buying me think.DS
Here's one realy nice blues album from 1996 - Short Cool Ones (1996)
Morning Blues lovers..todays flavor is:
Radio Kings "The Other Side of Town"
Guess i'm on a roll today ..Have you listen to
Nick Moss Band?
I got two albums:
Nick Moss Band - Live And Luscious
Nick Moss Band - From The Root To The Fruit (2CD)
The Nick Moss Band - Time Ain't Free..sorry..got 3 albums.Here's a intro:
How did they get Sonny Boy to sound so detailed? When I first heard this recording, I was just awestruck at how much the recording is exposing the sounds.
This has got to be one of the most genuine sounding blues. Can it get any realer than how it's represented here?
From The Root Of The Fruit
Time Ain't Free
I was turned on to them from @jaywillin
and deepjams.net turned me onto them !