Tag Archives: Blues
In 1965, American finger stylist guitar player John Fahey composed and released The Transfiguration of Blind Joe Death. This was his fifth album and the first released by a company outside of his own. In the turbulent underpinnings of his … Continue reading
Snooks Eaglin (real name Fird Eaglin, Jr.) was a New Orleans busker who was alternatively known as ‘ the Little Ray Charles’ and the ‘the Human Juke Box’. This guitarist singer had himself a brief run as a R&B barnstormer … Continue reading
This decade’s music was dominated by rock-n-roll; doo-wop, pop, swing, rhythm and blues, blues, country and rockabilly. The playlist below offers the top ten songs in the United States for each year of this decade. Enjoy!!
Early on when I started discovering that I liked playing more than classical, I started developing an interest in the blues and then blues rock before even the jazz then progressive hard rock periods of my life. Now, I mainly … Continue reading