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2013-09-16 08:00:53 AM  
I'll catch hell for this one as it's not traditional, instead it's white boys influenced by blues and gospel. This video was shot at a free concert at the Sam Houston Coliseum (godrestitssoul) in 1993. Shaky video but surprisingly good audio.
2013-09-17 11:15:33 AM  
Rhythm + Blues

Otis Redding  Hard To Handle
Bo Diddley  Rock + Roll
Pee Wee Crayton Do Unto Others
Willie Dixon  29 Ways
Koko Taylor  Wang Dang Doodle
Dee Williams + The Sextette  Bongo Blues
J.B. Lenoir (not Lenore) + His Combo  How Much More
Fontella Bass  I'm A Woman
Big Maybelle  Blues Early, Early (Parts I + II)
Bumble Bee Slim  Ida Red
Otis Spann  Good Morning Mr. Blues
Snooks Eaglin  Travelin' Mood
Muddy Waters  Double Trouble (alt. take)
Muddy Waters  Trouble No More
Magic Sam  21 Days In Jail
Billy Garner  Little School Girl
Lowell Fulsom  Stop + Think
Screaming Joe Neal  She's My Baby
Peppermint Harris  Angel Child
Peppermint Harris  Blues Pick On Me
The Dixie Cups  Two Way Poc A Way
The Black Crowes with Jimmy Page  Ten Years Gone (L. Zep cover)
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