BleusOdyssey The one and only Robert Nighthawk..... He played this tune when busking on the corner of Halstead and Halstead tn Chicago durng the early 1950's.
BleusOdyssey The deepest kind of electric blues, from Jimi Hendrix.
BleusOdyssey The Original Fleetwood Mac, British Blues instrumentalists at their very best! Peter Green's efforts count!!!

Peter Green Fleetwood Mac "Like it This Way"

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BleusOdyssey Red ad Dizz, doing a classic blues.... "First Degree".
BleusOdyssey Oh Yeah, its the west-side strumming of Jimmy "Fast Fingers" Dawkins. Walkin' all night long.....


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BleusOdyssey Yup, this is the original version, done by Little Walter Jacobs and the Aces back during the 1950's at Chess Records Studios. Believe you me......
BleusOdyssey Otis Rush, Chicago WestSide Blues Master. Listen in, its a 'Mean Old World' down there on Halsted and Lake Streets.....
BleusOdyssey One of the orignal blues ballads, performed by one of the original bluesmen who traveled the Mississippi Delta an northward to Chicago.
BleusOdyssey Honey Boy Edwards with James Cotton.... My Goodness Gracious, that a bluesy combo supreme.
BleusOdyssey Evan's Shuffle, one of Muddy's best instrumental tunes. Always an opener at his Blues Band's performances during the 1950's. What a Mojo Man, eh?
BleusOdyssey Whoa.... Muddy Waters, just walking thru the park! Uncle does that too, walking Reggie around Park Villette, Paris!!!

Muddy Waters- Walking Through the Park

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BleusOdyssey Mayall & the BluesBreakers, featuring Eric Clapton on lead guitar.... Hideaway with your own personal blues!!!!
BleusOdyssey Mayall & the Bluesbreakers, featuring Peter Green on lead guitar.... Super Natural!!!!!
BleusOdyssey Here's a classic, "Walking By Myself, by a true blues man from south Chicago!
BleusOdyssey Little Walter, singing & strumming on Maxwell Street in Chicago. Oh, that's a bluesy tune!
BleusOdyssey As John Brim sang so often, I wanna be your ice cream man, home delivery and satosfaction always guaranteed!
BleusOdyssey Oh, what a sweeeeet Black Angel she was!!!!
BleusOdyssey If its blues piano music you're seeking, consider Otis Spann. Silky smoth voice with fingertips of gold when playing the blues.
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