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2013-09-09 09:45:24 AM  
Sorry for missing last week. Hopefully this will make up for it.
2013-09-09 10:38:29 AM  
thank you Subby!!
2013-09-09 11:37:26 AM  
Great find!  I haven't seen this performance on video before.

A few observations:
1. Was that presenter the squarest dude ever, or what?
2. Hendrix appears to have just awakened from a nap.
3. Surprising and cool to see Jimi with a triple-humbucker SG- I know he used a variety of instruments, but I'm used to seeing the Strat.
2013-09-09 11:49:28 AM  

Stinger: I haven't seen this performance on video before.

Got an hour to kill?
2013-09-09 12:07:45 PM  

Dancin_In_Anson: Stinger: I haven't seen this performance on video before.

Got an hour to kill?

Fantastic!  At the end of the first video they start into "Sunshine of Your Love", and I was hoping to listen to I will.

Good chance you've heard "I've Got a Mind to Give Up Living" already, but it's so amazing I have to share just in case...
2013-09-09 05:23:22 PM  
Rhythm + Blues

Band of Gypsys  Born Under A Bad Sign
Jimmy Reed  Ain't That Lovin' You Baby
Buddy Guy + Junior Wells Ah'w Baby/Everything's Gonna Be Alright
Magic Sam  All Night Long
Lonnie Johnson  Woke Up With The Blues In My Fingers
John Primer  Add A Little Touch
Scrapomatic  Monkey Card
Little Buster  All Night Worker
Robert Nighthawk Anna Lee
The Robert Cray Band  Great Big Old House
Tom Waits  $29.00
JImmy Reeds  Aw, Shucks Shut Your Mouth
Otis Rush  All Your Love (I Miss Lovin')
Slim Harpo   Baby Scratch My Back
Lightnin' Hopkins  Baby Please Don't Go
Little Junior Parker  Backtracking
Jimmy Reed  Baby What You Want Me To Do
Lil Armstrong and Her Dixielanders  Riffin' The Blues
Victoria Spivey and her Chicago Four  Any Kind of Man
Muddy Waters Baby Please Don't Go
The Paul Butterfield Blues Band  All These Blues
Trampled Under FootBad Bad Feeling
The Black Keys  Act Nice + Gentle
Johnny Young  Keep On Drinkin'
Gina SiciliaWish The Clock Would Stop
Phil Gates  Take It Out
Taj Mahal with The Phantom Blues Band Woulda, Coulda, Shoulda
K.C. Douglas  Canned Heat
Pee Wee Clayton Blues At Daybreak
Big Mama Thornton  Bumble Bee Blues
Howlin' WolfBuilt For Comfort
Little Walter  Boom Boom (Out Go The Lights)
The Mannish Boys  Bricks In My Pillow
Big Joe Turner Boogie Woogie Country Girl
John Lee HookerBoogie Chillen
Stevie Ray Vaughan + Double Trouble  Ain't Gone 'n' Give Up On Love
Freddie King  Ain't Nobody's Business (live at the Electric Ballroom, 1974)
Robert Wilkins  That's No Way To Get Along
Arzo Youngblood Bye + Bye Blues
Houston Stackhouse  Big Road Blues
Champion Jack Dupree  Blues For Everybody
Blue Shadow  Blue Shadows
Delta Moon  Blues In A Bottle
Tony Monaco Trio Backward Shack
Bonnie Lee That's All Right
Albert Castiglia  Big Toe
Karen Lovely  Blues Ain't Far Behind
Muddy Waters Blow Wind Blow
Lightnin' Hopkins Black Ghost Blues
Lightnin' Hopkins  Black Cat Bone
Bessie Smith  Backwater Blues
Jimmy Reed  Big Boss Man
Big Maybelle  Bad Dream Blues
Little Son Joe  Black Rat
Demetria Taylor  Little Red Rooster
Zora Young  Brain Damage
Piney Brown  Everything But You
Big Mama Thornton  Ball + Chain
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