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  1. SRV's second release. This one has a ton of classic tunes and some heavy duty blues playing.
    Recordings: Blues · 2750 Hits · Posted on 12/14/1999 by Inactive Member
  2. Blues by Jimi Hendrix (5.0 Stars · 6 Reviews)
    Jimi gets down and plays classics resembling Muddy and T-Bone in his own style. These are the songs the purple haze playing radio stations left out.
    Recordings: Blues · 3055 Hits · Posted on 11/7/1999 by Dagan Harrington (705)
  3. In Step by Stevie Ray Vaughan (5.0 Stars · 6 Reviews)
    This re-issue has 5 previously un-released bonus tracks as well. One of the bonus tracks is a live version of "Texas Flood". Also a live version of "Life without you" which to me is the ultimate form of irony.
    Recordings: Blues · 1909 Hits · Posted on 2/9/2000 by Mark Trent (73)
  4. Texas Flood by Stevie Ray Vaughan (5.0 Stars · 6 Reviews)
    A great album from one of the modern masters of blues guitar.
    Recordings: Blues · 2921 Hits · Posted on 12/2/1999 by Jim Burger (4611)
  5. Blues At Sunrise by Stevie Ray Vaughan (5.0 Stars · 5 Reviews)
    Unreleased songs performed by Stevie Ray.
    Recordings: Blues · 2779 Hits · Posted on 7/3/2000 by John Schell (6102)
  6. In Session by Albert King & Stevie Ray Vaughan (5.0 Stars · 5 Reviews)
    King and Vaughan just jamming their heads off. Amazing guitar playing on some King tunes and Vaughan tunes as well as some standards. King even plays some rhythm guitar which is uncommon for him.
    Recordings: Blues · 943 Hits · Posted on 12/18/1999 by Eric Stanbrough (1108)
  7. Live at the Regal by B.B. King (5.0 Stars · 5 Reviews)
    The ultimate electric blues album of all time
    Recordings: Blues · 1869 Hits · Posted on 12/14/1999 by Inactive Member
  8. Bluesbreakers w/Eric Clapton by John Mayall (5.0 Stars · 4 Reviews)
    Essential Eric Clapton blues! All Your Love: cool soloing, Ramblin on My Mind: Clapton's vocal debut
    Recordings: Blues · 1106 Hits · Posted on 1/13/2000 by Michael Kurczewski (339)
  9. Hideaway: Best of Freddie King by Freddie King (5.0 Stars · 4 Reviews)
    A compilation of Freddie's best songs. A must have for any blues listener. CDnow put it on the Essential Blues Album List.
    Recordings: Blues · 3265 Hits · Posted on 10/14/1999 by Jason Reich (1765)
  10. Incredible Jazz Guitar by Wes Montgomery (5.0 Stars · 4 Reviews)
    Another great recording from the legendary jazz guitarist...
    Recordings: Blues · 1970 Hits · Posted on 12/15/1999 by Frederick Burton (5465)
  11. This is a damn good raw live CD! Jimmy and the Crowes are at best. Heartbreaker has a great solo and the Album is blues to the ear! FIVE STARS! *****
    Recordings: Blues · 2398 Hits · Posted on 3/10/2000 by Shawn Goodwin (46)
  12. Sweet Dreams Anthology by Roy Buchanan (5.0 Stars · 3 Reviews)
    This is a 2 CD set originally shelved for several years after it was cut. Roy Buchanan was a phenominal guitarist and this is some of his best stuff. He has been referred to as "the best guitarist you never heard of."
    Recordings: Blues · 3500 Hits · Posted on 9/8/1999 by T.J. Griffin (8)
  13. This is the CD that John Mayall did with Peter Green--the one after the Bluesbreakers with Eric Clapton.
    Recordings: Blues · 1069 Hits · Posted on 4/16/2005 by Adrian Levi (2907)
  14. The full version of the original Fleetwood Macs first 6 albums with most of the outakes and studio jamming added on
    Recordings: Blues · 1848 Hits · Posted on 12/14/1999 by Michael Sawley (577)
  15. Hot Tuna by Hot Tuna (5.0 Stars · 2 Reviews)
    Live album. Remarkable Hesitation Blues and How Long, How Long Blues. Highly recommended fingerpicking by Jorma.
    Recordings: Blues · 2435 Hits · Posted on 5/16/2000 by Antonio Rosa (6841)
  16. In Session by Albert King & Stevie Ray Vaughan (5.0 Stars · 2 Reviews)
    Part of a in session series done in the 80's by a Toronto tv station.This brings together two masters of blues guitar in an unforgettable session.
    Recordings: Blues · 2191 Hits · Posted on 11/27/2003 by Martin Priller (574)
  17. This was a special 70th birthday concert for John Mayall and a reunion concert for the Bluesbreakers. Mick Taylor & Eric Clapton join in on a few songs. A very good double CD for a person just strating into the blues.
    URL: http://www.eaglerockent.com
    Recordings: Blues · 644 Hits · Posted on 12/27/2003 by Inactive Member

  18. King of the Blues by B.B. King (5.0 Stars · 2 Reviews)
    This 4-disk set has all the B.B. you could ever hope to own!
    Recordings: Blues · 3010 Hits · Posted on 12/10/1999 by Jim Burger (4611)
  19. Stevie's legendary performances at the Montreux Jazz Festival. In 1982, an unknown Stevie plays his derriere off and gets booed. In 1985, it's a different story.
    Recordings: Blues · 919 Hits · Posted on 3/28/2002 by Tony Cook (2424)
  20. Live At The Fillmore East by Jimi Hendrix (5.0 Stars · 2 Reviews)
    Jimi Hendrix, live at the Fillmore East on December 31st 1969 and January 1st 1970.
    URL: http://www.jimihendrix.com
    Recordings: Blues · 2256 Hits · Posted on 7/3/2000 by John Schell (6102)