Sat 31 May, 2008 11:22 am
it seems i like them more than i thought..
it doesnt owrk but every other one does. O_o
There are many sub-genres of both jazz and blues. I'm a fan of both but I have favorites within each genre. I prefer dixieland and traditional jazz over improvisational and new-age and Delta blues over Chicago-style blues for example.
What are some things that you've heard that you like and I can suggest some others in the same realm.
bb king, rock me baby for example.
really good song but i dont know anyone in this type of music so i sorta stagnated on him.
i know nothing about jazz, my friend had a mix cd with so much great good feelin **** on it. but i dont know any of the names.
Well -- here's Rock Me Baby with BB King and Eric Clapton.
They've teamed up on quite a few songs including a joint cd titled Riding With The King. Here's the title track from that cd
I have been listening to Jazz today and here are some of the highlights so far.
Thelonius Monk - 'Round Midnight
Lee Morgan - The Sidewinder
Miles Davis - Venus de Milo
Stan Getz (featuring Astrud Gilberto) - Eu e Vocé
Dave Brubeck - Blue Rondo a la Turk
And for a list of blues guitarists that I enjoy check out
and on a more mello note try Keb Mo
funny but i felt this big pressure leave my stomach. just from the listening to music.
Not weird at all.
I just remembered a thread that Sublime1 started a while ago when he first started listening to the blues. You'll find lots of suggestions here.
OGIONIK -- I'm playing some Gary Moore blues here
Stevie during his heavy drug abuse days...and probably the only one of his songs that my wife ever requested me to play/sing for her.
And here is one from Kenny Wayne, the video fits the song quite well, I always wonder exactly what some of those possessions meant to some of the people in the pawn shop, mainly the older black gentleman when he hands over the old beaten up sunburst strat...the first time I saw that...well, it was an emotional moment.
Just to give credit where it is due, it is a common misconception that Kenny is singing these songs, but it is actually a guy named Noah Hunt, you can see him in this video....one hell of a voice.