The Blues


Peter Green – Slabo Day

D.J Panos Salonica
Published on Nov 2, 2012

Released: 1979

This one is from the album back in the day.

Peter Green ❀ Slabo Day ☆HD☆

Tony Yay
Published on Nov 13, 2017

★ Peter Green ❀ Slabo Day ☆HD☆

This is a later one with the Splinter Group. Peter has suffered greatly and it is heart breaking but he has obviously still got it.

God, bless him every day. Thanks.

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Roy Buchanan – Turn to Stone (live)

Sam Mendez
Published on Jan 19, 2011

1981 Toronto Canada El Mocambo

Roy Buchanan’s take on this classic Joe Walsh song.

And what a spectacularly sweet take it is!

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This is a 9-song playlist featuring Katmandu, a band formed by Peter Green that did not last long at all. The songs are:

Blowing All My Troubles Away, Dust My Broom, One More Night Without You, Crane’s Train Boogie, Boogie All The Way, Who’s That Knockin?, Sweet Sixteen, The Case and Zulu Gone West.

From Wikipedia: ( sorry 🙂 )


Katmandu were formed when ex-Fleetwood Mac leader Peter Green became dissatisfied with his solo career and his band Kolors, and looked to form a new band with new musicians. Retaining Kolors percussionist Jeff Whittaker, he made contact with former Mungo Jerry frontman Ray Dorset through a mutual acquaintance, and they met up at Dorset’s Satellite Studio, where he was running a video and commercials production company. During a jam session, one of Dorset’s clients from a Swiss company made an offer to fund recording sessions and an album, providing £120,000 for this purpose.[1]

Recording and split

Green, Dorset and Whittaker were joined by former Atomic Rooster keyboardist Vincent Crane, along with bassist Len Surtees (ex-The Nashville Teens) and drummer Greg Terry-Short (ex-Ozzy Osbourne), and recorded an album during December 1983 and January 1984.[2] A Case for the Blues was not released until 1985, but by then the group had already split up. According to Whittaker, Green had enjoyed recording the album but became disillusioned over Dorset’s handling of the group’s finances and refused to work with him again.[1] Green reformed his band Kolors in the summer of 1984, retaining Whittaker and Terry-Short, but by the end of the year the band had disintegrated, and Green began a period of 12 years of musical inactivity. Thus the Katmandu project represents Green’s last recorded work before the Peter Green Splinter Group‘s first album in 1997, apart from one track recorded with Mick Green in 1986.[1]

Later releases

A Case for the Blues has been re-released several times, sometimes as a Peter Green solo album, such as the 1987 release on the Original Masters label.[3] Other releases credit the album to Peter Green and Friends.[2]


  • Peter Green – vocals, guitar, harmonica, drums
  • Ray Dorset – vocals, guitar, bass guitar, harmonica
  • Vincent Crane – keyboards
  • Len Surtees – bass guitar
  • Greg Terry-Short – drums
  • Jeff Whittaker – vocals, percussion, drums


  1. Jump up to:a b c Celmins, Martin. Peter Green: Founder of Fleetwood Mac. Castle. pp. 166–67. ISBN 1-898141-13-4.
  2. Jump up to:a b A Case for the Blues (1985)”. Retrieved 28 August 2011.
  3. ^ “Peter Green – A Case for the BluesAllmusic. Retrieved 28 August 2011.

Ahh, there is nothing quite like the world of music, eh, what?!

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Peter Green – Fool No More

Published on Dec 22, 2011

Peter Green with a most beautiful performance.


Yes, I’ve packed up my clothes
I’m moving away from your door
Lord, I’ve packed up my clothes
Said, I’m moving away from your door
I’ve been your fool for so long
Babe, I won’t play that fool no more

I gave you all my money
I work as hard as I can
I came home early one morning
I found you with another man
Babe, I’ve packed up my clothes
I’m moving away from your door
Said, I’ve been your fool for so long
And lord, I won’t play that fool no more


So good-bye baby
You don’t even care
Yes, I had a love so strong for you
But you treat me so unfair
Said, I’ve packed up my clothes
I’m moving away from your door
You know, I’ve been your fool for so long
And babe, I won’t play that fool no more

The Lord God singeth.

The Lord God playeth.

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Chris Isaak – Wicked Game(Official Video)

Ani Shqepa
Published on Aug 11, 2012

I’m in love with this song, hope you all enjoy it 🙂

I also love the heck out of this song.

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Stevie Ray Vaughan ,rare accoustic guitar solo, Houba houba. 1983avi

Phil Lann
Published on Oct 2, 2012

Stevie Ray Vaughan , accousticsolo à Houba houba émission d’antoine de caunes 1983 à Dallas, texas.

Google translation:
Stevie Ray Vaughan, Accoustic solo at Houba Houba Broadcast by Antoine de Caunes 1983 in Dallas, Texas

The Legend, the God. Playing up in Heaven now, thrilling all the Angels.

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“ROOM TO MOVE” – JOHN MAYALL , best version

Published on Sep 18, 2012

John Mayall , live at Callahan’s Music Hall. Filmed in HD

Oh, baby… Room To Move!

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Published on Feb 1, 2014

Filmed at Callahan’s Music Hall in HD. Samantha Fish-guitar, vocals; Scott Sutherland-bass guitar; Go-Go Ray, drums

Oooh Sweet Sammie with her pure Blues band…the best!

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toredown ” rory gallagher live at the beat club

Nadine Jensen
Published on Oct 16, 2010

rory gallagher and band live at the beat club german television ” toredown “

Rockin’ Rory! … Oh, boy, could this man play!

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But first a nice pic, eh!

samantha fish


Samantha Fish – “No Angels”

Published on Nov 27, 2018

Samantha Fish performing “No Angels” Live in Studio B Recorded May 11th, 2018

HOST: Roland Dierauf ENGINEER: Sean Rubin CAMERA AND EDITING: Steven Bohn

Sweet. But I really miss our Sammi’s true Blues start. So complex now with all those instruments added in. But this is smooth, so, yeah.

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Christone “Kingfish” Ingram – Catfish Blues

Silver Loggerhead
Published on Jun 20, 2018

Slidell La. Jazz & Blues Festival 2018

The man can play that thing!

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Jimi Hendrix Experience – Royal Albert Hall 1969 (Remaster+Enhanced Audio/ Colours)

Published on Mar 16, 2019

Extra Footage Little Wing /Voodoo Chile (Slight Return) Blocked Worldwide

The one and only James Marshall Hendrix.

“He was pure magic. You will not see his like again.” — Lemmy

The master playeth.

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Joe Bonamassa “Redemption” Official Music Video

Published on Jun 27, 2018

Check out the new video of the single “Redemption” from blues-rock titan Joe Bonamassa’s upcoming studio album. Featuring Anton Fig(drums), Reese Wynans(keys), Michael Rhodes(bass), Mahalia Barnes, Juanita Tippins, and Jade MacRae (backup vocals). The audio was produced by Kevin “Caveman” Shirley. The videos were shot by Saskia Töpfer and edited by Philippe Klose. This recording took place at Criteria Studios in Miami, FL.


● Official Tickets ●

● Official Social Links ●

● Official Merchandise ●

Just So Very, Very Beautiful…



Christone “KINGFISH” Ingram at The Double Decker Festival – Full Performance

Published on Apr 28, 2016

Full performance from The Double Decker Festival on 4/23/16 in Oxford Mississippi.

Lawd, have Mercy, this dude is INCREDIBLE!

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Steven Rothery
Published on Aug 23, 2014

Morpheus 2

Wow, another spectacular artist who is new to me.

It is uncomfortable being a hermit and I would love to break free. I doubt that will ever happen, though. My brain is just not right.

Below is a minute-long solo that was my introduction to this man just a few minutes ago…

Steve Rothery

Published on Nov 17, 2008

Steve Rothery of Marillion playing the solo from “This Strange Engine.”

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Christone “Kingfish” Ingram – Don’t Let The Devil Ride

Silver Loggerhead
Published on Jun 20, 2018

Slidell La. Jazz & Blues Festival 2018

Holy Cow! This guy is FANTASTIC! New to me. I am needing lots more!




Published on Nov 2, 2016

SAMANTHA FISH – guitar, vocals; CHRISTOPHER ALEXANDER – bass guitar; GO-GO RAY – drums. Filmed in 1080HD quality and Callahan’s Music Hall, Nov 1, 2016

Our dear Frank must have sensed the fear and anguish I am going through because he sent this to me a little while ago.

They say no good deed goes unpunished. Well, I did such a deed … and now I am seriously frightened.

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Samantha Fish – Go To Hell [ft. Paul Thorn]

Sebastian Hincapié T.
Published on Oct 21, 2013

Artist: Samantha Fish
Track: Go To Hell [Featuring Paul Thorn]
Album: Black Winds Howlin’
I do not own any copyrights.

Dang, so Powerful!

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La Grange Billy F Gibbons, ZZ Ward, Orianthi, Frankie Ballard, and Mike Henderson

Billy F Gibbons
Published on Apr 28, 2017

Watch Billy F Gibbons perform his ZZ Top hit “La Grange” at Skyville Live with a little help from ZZ Ward, Orianthi, Frankie Ballard, and Mike Henderson

Woo Hoo! Holy Moly!

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Joe Bonamassa, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Samantha Fish, Walter Trout – Going Down – KTBA Cruise

Published on Mar 2, 2019

(Filmed by Natasha in 1080 HD) Super Jam with Joe & Paul Shaffer Joe Bonamassa – Guitar, Kenny Wayne Shepherd – Guitar, Samantha Fish – Guitar, Walter Trout – Guitar, Jimmy Hall – Vocals & Harmonica, Paul Shaffer – Emcee, Reese Wynans – Keyboards, Michael Rhodes – Bass, Paulie Cerra – Saxophone, Lee Thornburg – Trumpet, Anton Fig – Drums, Sinead Burgess – Backup Vocals, Juanita Tippins – Backup Vocals Filmed & Recorded on the Keeping The Blues Alive Cruise 2019

Holy Moly talk about an all-star lineup!

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JJ Grey performs Seminole Wind

Susie Goldberg
Published on Apr 29, 2018

April 28, 2018 Pompano Beach Seafood Festival

This guy’s good! I’d not heard of him before.

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1970 Fleetwood Mac – Peter Green – The Green Manalishi Live Sweden

Published on Oct 5, 2011

Recorded Live In Sweden 1970

Peter! The Lord! The Band! Such incredible talent and mastery of the Blues and their forays into future sounds… like this!

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Cream Farewell Concert 1968 (Complete in Real Time)

Mike Lefton
Published on Mar 2, 2017

Using all the best footage and audio I could find, I’ve assembled the correct song order and run-time of Cream’s farewell concert to present a near-complete recreation of the final concert from the Royal Albert Hall as possible in real time. I wanted to make it as close to feeling like you’re actually there in the RAH as I could, which is why all of the in-between song chatter and audience noise is still here. It of course is not perfect, I had to make do with reusing shots and filling in gaps where footage has either been lost, hasn’t resurfaced or was never used in the first place. But for the die-hard Cream fans, like myself, I hope you enjoy watching this as I had putting it together. Also many thanks to OxFan for helping me find a lot of the missing pieces here, thanks a lot.

White Room (00:01:48)

Politician (00:07:29)

I’m So Glad (00:14:02)

Sitting On Top of the World (00:20:41)

Crossroads (00:25:46)

Toad (00:30:07)

Spoonful (00:41:11)

Sunshine Of Your Love (00:57:00)

Steppin’ Out (01:04:57)

: )

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John Lennon & Frank Zappa – Baby Please Don’t Go (Live at Fillmore 1971).mp4

Published on Nov 23, 2011

Sobre el concierto:
6 de Junio de 1971 en Fillmore East, New York.

Frank Zappa invitó el mismo día de manera sorpresa a John y Yoko a actuar esa noche, los cuales sin saber siquiera como iban a vestirse ni que tocarían para el show, accedieron.

Sobre la filmación:
La fotógrafa del teatro, Amalie Rothschild, una ambiciosa directora de películas, había alquilado una cámara de 16mm para rodar un film sobre la legalización del aborto. Cuando descubrió que John y Yoko iban a actuar, decidió hacer una grabación pirata del concierto, colocandose en la habitacion del sonido y con un zoom, consiguiendo una grabación de unos 22 minutos.
Los temas del show aparecieron en audio en el disco doble de Lennon “Sometime in New York City”, en cuya portada interior se parodiaba la portada del Fillmore East.

Translation by the Google web app:

About the concert:
June 6, 1971 in Fillmore East, New York.

Frank Zappa invited the same day in a surprise way to John and Yoko to act that night, which without even knowing how they were going to get dressed or what they would play for the show, they agreed.

About the filming:
The theater’s photographer, Amalie Rothschild, an ambitious film director, had rented a 16mm camera to shoot a film about the legalization of abortion. When he discovered that John and Yoko were going to act, he decided to make a pirate recording of the concert, placing himself in the sound room and zooming in, getting a recording of about 22 minutes.
The themes of the show appeared in audio on Lennon’s double album “Sometime in New York City,” whose cover inside parodied the cover of the Fillmore East.

Wow, this is delightfully delicious! All of it! A must see if ever I saw one.

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But Wait!

There’s more.

Just found this… and it is holding in it’s arms disappointment for me. See if you agree. Also a must see, unfortunately.

Zappa on John & Yoko

Published on Nov 10, 2008

Zappa discusses the incident involving John & Yoko and the Filmore show.

Oh, man… this is unsettling me.

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Stevie Ray Vaughan Live @ Starwood Amph. Nashville, TN 09/06/1987

Published on Feb 4, 2015

Starwood Amphitheater, Nashville, TN – Volunteer Jam XIII 1987

Set list:

01 – Scuttle Buttin’

02 – Say What 4:08

03 – Look At Little Sister 8:40

04 – Mary Had a Little Lamb 12:46

05 – Superstition 16:22

06 – Cold Shot 21:18

07 – Life Without You 27:08

08 – Voodoo Chile 36:55

09 – Good Ole Gospel Ship w/ Lynyrd Skynyrd 45:10

I hope you enjoy this video and please share with your friends!

SRV! Stevie! Woo! Mr. Vaughan was exceptional and is truly Legend. A powerful influence on so many good people. A treasure.

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“Crossfire” from Reese Wynans & Friends. Released: 2019. Track 1.


This came in just the other day from Joe Bonamassa.

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I Put A Spell On You

Mark Notell
Published on Jul 19, 2013

Samantha Fish at the 2013 North Atlantic Blues Festival in Rockland, Maine

Miss Fish… is not just a Goddess… no, she’s a Blues Goddess!

Here as our dear, sweet friend Frank S. Petrilli sent it as a balm for my finding out that the Angel of the North is not so much an angel but… well… Jesus… play, Sammy, play!

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fleetwood mac

Fleetwood Mac (Peter Green; John McVie; Jeremy Spencer; Mick Fleetwood; Danny Kirwan) in 1969
Photo by Araldo di Crollalanza

via undergroundrockpress

The Gods of The Blues, with God at the head of the pack.

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Joe Bonamassa – “O Holy Night” – Christmas Music Video

Published on Jan 9, 2017


● Official Tickets ●

● Official Social Links ●

● Official Merchandise ●

As I get older, I realize more and more just how Holy it really is.

Love to all!

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Published on Nov 24, 2010 – Exclusive & Rare photos of The Blind Owl – The Bear – The Sunflower – The Mole – Fito – with Dr John on Piano on the 7 Minute 34 Second version of Christmas Blues recorded on 15th October 1968 released on our CHRISTMAS CD. “WHAT IS A SHIP WITHOUT A CREW WHAT IS THE MORNING WITHOUT THE DEW” – Bob “The Bear” Hite

Deliciously Blue from the wonderful Canned Heat.

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Lowell Fulson – Lonesome Christmas (Swing Time Records 1950)

Published on Nov 28, 2010

“Lonesome Christmas” is a song written by Lloyd Glenn and peaked at #7 on the R&B charts the same year. Lowell Fulson (March 31, 1921 — March 7, 1999) was a big-voiced blues guitarist and songwriter, in the West Coast blues tradition.

Fulson was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He also recorded for business reasons as Lowell Fullsom and Lowell Fulsom. After T-Bone Walker, Fulson was the most important figure in West Coast blues in the 1940s and 1950s.

I’d love to spend this Christmas sitting by the fire with you
I’d love to spend this Christmas sitting by the fire with you
I’m so happy for the moment that we share the whole day through

Jingle bells is ringing children playing out in the snow
Jingle bells is ringing children playing out in the snow
They’ll be turkey on the table Christmas presents on the floor

Everyone seems so happy seasons greeting fill the air
Everyone seems so happy seasons greeting fill the air
Santa Claus is spreading Christmas presents everywhere

When I go shopping there’s one thing I’d like to do
When I go shopping there’s one thing I’d like to do
Send a pretty present signed with all my love to you

I won’t be home to help you decorate the Christmas tree
I won’t be home to help you decorate the Christmas tree
I’ll be thinking about you and I hope you’ll think of me

I know you look so lovely standing beneath the mistletoe
I know you look so lovely standing beneath the mistletoe
I could hold you and kiss you tell you why I love you so

I’d love to spend this Christmas sitting by the fire with you
I’d love to spend this Christmas sitting by the fire with you
Drinking eggnog with fruitcake just like we used to do

I know I won’t be with you baby on that happy holiday
Yes I won’t be with you on that happy holiday
I can wish you a Merry Christmas in an old and fashioned way

Oh, dear Lord, this is so sad…

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Freddie King – Christmas Tears (Federal Records 1961)

Published on Oct 27, 2010

“Christmas Tears” is a Christmas song written by: Z. Bridge (A), S. Thompson-R.C. Wilson (B).

Freddie King (September 3, 1934 – December 28, 1976) was an American blues guitarist and singer. He has been described as one of the “Three Kings” of electric blues guitar, along with Albert King and B.B. King. He was an influential guitarist with hits for Federal Records in the early 1960s. His soulful and powerful voice and distinctive guitar style inspired countless musicians, particularly guitarists (Eric Clapton is a notable example). He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2012.

King based his guitar style on Texas and Chicago influences. His best-known recordings include the singles “Have You Ever Loved a Woman” (1960) and his Top 40 hit “Hide Away” (1961) and albums such as the early, instrumental-packed Let’s Hide Away and Dance Away with Freddy King (1961) and Burglar (1974), which displayed his mature versatility as both a guitarist and a singer in a range of blues and funk styles. He was one of the first bluesmen to have a multiracial backing band at live performances.

I hear sleigh bells ringing
But I haven’t heard a word from you in years
I hear sleigh bells ringing
But I haven’t heard a word from you in years
Ooh I hear a choir singing
And I’m just sitting here crying Christmas tears

Everybody’s singing Merry Christmas
As they watch the starry skies fill with reindeer
Everybody’s singing Merry Christmas
As they watch the starry skies fill with reindeer
Ooh I’m smiling on the outside
But on the inside I’m crying Christmas tears

Oh you’ve been gone for a long long time
It’s Christmas and I can’t get you off of my mind
It seems that you’ve been gone like one-hundred years or more
But if you were here with me I could hang Merry Christmas on my door

I need you darling to hold me tight
I need you dear on this Christmas night
As I sit and think of the lonely years
I can’t help but cry Christmas tears
Woo Christmas tears

This is a lonesome time for many of us. So lonesome.

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Roy Clark – 12th Street Rag

When The Cowboy Sings
Published on Oct 31, 2017

The Jimmy Dean Show Roy Clark 12th Street Rag

Guitar Instrumental live on The Jimmy Dean Show

When The Cowboy Sings facebook… When The Cowboy Sings website KWC Americana Radio Station

There are few who are not reduced to awe-struck gibberish after hearing Roy rip one out of those strings.


Roy Clark’s joyful nature is on display as he plays one of his signature Heritage semi-hollowbody guitars onstage at the Grand Ole Opry. He became a member in 1987. Photo courtesy of GSPI, Inc.

Pics from Roy Clark: 1933–2018 in Premier Guitar.


Roy Clark in a familiar pose, pickin’ and grinnin’ with his co-host Buck Owens, on the set of Hee Haw. Image courtesy of Time Life

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Roy Buchanan – I Am A Lonesome Fugitive

Andreas Misund Berntsen
Published on Dec 6, 2010

From the album Roy Buchanan

An old classic from the inimitable guitar virtuoso, Roy Buchanan.

Roy Buchanan – Train Blues (Live)

Published on Jan 17, 2014

Music video by Roy Buchanan performing Train Blues.

Beyond stunning.

Way beyond.

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