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  1. "High Hopes" by Frank Sinatra (4.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    "But he's got high hopes, he's got high hopes he's got high apple pie, in the sky hopes."
    Recordings: Blues · 1017 Hits · Posted on 1/11/2001 by Amy Williams (8)
  2. This is the CD that John Mayall did with Peter Green--the one after the Bluesbreakers with Eric Clapton.
    Recordings: Blues · 1075 Hits · Posted on 4/16/2005 by Adrian Levi (2907)
  3. A Man and the Blues by Buddy Guy (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    A Buddy Guy solo album from the sixties.
    Recordings: Blues · 2269 Hits · Posted on 5/23/1999 by Jim Burger (4613)
  4. Acoustic Stories by R.L. Burnside (3.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Down & dirty solo blues from a relatively new (i.e. he's still alive) delta bluesman.
    Recordings: Blues · 1521 Hits · Posted on 12/2/1999 by Jim Burger (4613)
  5. Ain't Enough Comin' In by Otis Rush (4.0 Stars · 2 Reviews)
    Pretty rockin' blues from one of the modern masters.
    Recordings: Blues · 1137 Hits · Posted on 12/6/1999 by Jim Burger (4613)
  6. This is an amazing live album. Eric plays incredibly, and shows his influences including an obvious Scott Henderson influence. Eric's Playing dives deeper into jazz than ever, and he isn't as much of a perfectionist. This album is recomended for everyone.
    Recordings: Blues · 2151 Hits · Posted on 11/3/2000 by Eric Stanbrough (1108)
  7. Alone and Acoustic by Buddy Guy & Junior Wells (4.5 Stars · 2 Reviews)
    They sat Buddy and Junior alone in a studio one day, and this is what resulted. This album is a must for any acoustic blues collection!
    Recordings: Blues · 1319 Hits · Posted on 6/13/1999 by Jim Burger (4613)
  8. Atlanta Twelve String by Blind Willie McTell (4.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    A fine collection of 15 songs from the master of early east-coast blues.
    Recordings: Blues · 1105 Hits · Posted on 11/27/1999 by Jim Burger (4613)
  9. Attack Of The Killer V by Lonnie Mack (4.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Twangin', sizzlin' bluz
    URL: http://www.alligator.com
    Recordings: Blues · 1039 Hits · Posted on 11/5/2005 by Edd Robins (6260)

  10. Avalon Blues by Mississippi John Hurt (4.7 Stars · 3 Reviews)
    This album contains all 13 songs of Miss. John Hurt's that were recorded in 1928, the only songs he recorded until rediscovered in the 60's.
    Recordings: Blues · 1258 Hits · Posted on 6/13/1999 by Jim Burger (4613)
  11. Bar And Grill by Regulators (4.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Gritty roadhouse blues/rock
    Recordings: Blues · 513 Hits · Posted on 1/10/2006 by Edd Robins (6260)
  12. Behind the Walls by Kelly Richey (4.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    The Kelly Richey Band is a very popular regional (Mid West) band. Kelly has a very good style and write some very good material.
    URL: http://www.mp3.com/kellyrichey
    Recordings: Blues · 993 Hits · Posted on 3/13/2000 by Kevin Yeoman (115)

  13. This is a live recording of Mississippi John Hurt performing at Oberlin College in 1965, shortly after his rediscovery during the folk revival of the 1960s. He performs 21 songs including his own compositions, gospel, and folk tunes.
    Recordings: Blues · 25 Hits · Posted on 12/3/2012 by Mike Oppenheim (931)
  14. Best of Taj Mahal by Taj Mahal (4.0 Stars · 2 Reviews)
    A collection of Taj's stuff, ranging from the Reggaeish Johnny Too Bad to the solo acoustic Fishing Blues to the hard-hitting Leaving Trunk.
    Recordings: Blues · 2091 Hits · Posted on 11/30/1999 by Jim Burger (4613)
  15. Best of the Vanguard Years by Otis Spann (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    A compilation of some of Otis' best stuff from the late 60s, this may be the best album from the best blues pianist ever!
    Recordings: Blues · 1030 Hits · Posted on 1/7/2000 by Jim Burger (4613)
  16. Between Midnight and Day by Corey Harris (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    The first album of a rising young acoustic slide/blues star. Some say that Corey Harris is the next Taj Mahal.
    Recordings: Blues · 1084 Hits · Posted on 12/6/1999 by Jim Burger (4613)
  17. Big City Blues by John Hammond (4.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    John Hammond playing electric and harmonica, and singing.
    Recordings: Blues · 942 Hits · Posted on 5/14/2001 by Antonio Rosa (6847)
  18. Big Mama's Door by Alvin Youngblood Hart (4.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    A strong debut album from a new face on the delta blues scene
    Recordings: Blues · 998 Hits · Posted on 3/16/2000 by Jim Burger (4613)
  19. Black, Brown and White by Big Bill Broonzy (3.5 Stars · 2 Reviews)
    A variety of songs by the early bluesman who was one of the first players to bring blues to a white audience.
    Recordings: Blues · 1989 Hits · Posted on 12/1/1999 by Jim Burger (4613)
  20. A collection of songs from the progenitor of Texas Blues. This album has pretty much all of Blind Lemon's best-known tunes.
    Recordings: Blues · 1146 Hits · Posted on 12/1/1999 by Jim Burger (4613)