Guitar Resources by Jim Burger

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  1. 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)
  2. Founder of the Delta Blues by Charley Patton (4.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    A good selection of tunes from the delta bluesman who influenced Son House and Robert Johnson.
    Recordings: Blues · 1967 Hits · Posted on 12/5/1999 by Jim Burger (4613)
  3. An interesting collection of songs featuring Blind Blake on guitar with various accompaniments.
    Recordings: Blues · 1497 Hits · Posted on 12/2/1999 by Jim Burger (4613)
  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 · 2931 Hits · Posted on 12/2/1999 by Jim Burger (4613)
  5. Let the Good Times Roll by Freddie King (3.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Live concert recordings of Freddie King from France in the '70s. I don't know why they spelled his name wrong on the album.
    Recordings: Blues · 1788 Hits · Posted on 12/2/1999 by Jim Burger (4613)
  6. A collection of blues songs from the well-known folk artist.
    Recordings: Blues · 702 Hits · Posted on 12/2/1999 by Jim Burger (4613)
  7. 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)
  8. Hound Dog's first album exemplifies the houserockin' fast blues style for which he's known.
    Recordings: Blues · 1357 Hits · Posted on 12/1/1999 by Jim Burger (4613)
  9. Blues in the Evening by Memphis Slim (1.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Don't buy this album.
    Recordings: Blues · 1130 Hits · Posted on 12/1/1999 by Jim Burger (4613)
  10. 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)
  11. London Sessions by Howlin' Wolf (5.0 Stars · 2 Reviews)
    Howlin' Wolf and Hubert Sumlin went to London and hooked up with some of their greatest admirers for this excellent album, including Clapton, Winwood, Watts and Wyman!!
    Recordings: Blues · 900 Hits · Posted on 12/1/1999 by Jim Burger (4613)
  12. Moanin' in the Moonlight by Howlin' Wolf (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    This collection features most of Howlin' Wolf's best songs. For those who don't know, the Wolf is by far the greatest blues shouter ever -- it's not even close!
    Recordings: Blues · 927 Hits · Posted on 12/1/1999 by Jim Burger (4613)
  13. 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)
  14. Dark Was the Night by Blind Willie Johnson (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Brilliant slide from one of the originators of the art. This album contains most of his greatest hits.
    Recordings: Blues · 1393 Hits · Posted on 12/1/1999 by Jim Burger (4613)
  15. It's Tight Like That (1928-1942) by Tampa Red (3.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    A collection of songs, mostly from 1928-1931, from the "Guitar Wizard" himself. Contains some good instrumental jobs from one of the first great slide players.
    Recordings: Blues · 1013 Hits · Posted on 12/1/1999 by Jim Burger (4613)
  16. A 1980 recording of the Guitar/Harmonica country blues duo.
    Recordings: Blues · 1577 Hits · Posted on 12/1/1999 by Jim Burger (4613)
  17. 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)
  18. Roots of Rock by Various Artists (3.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    A collection of the 1920s originals of several songs that were later made popular by rock bands in the 60s-80s.
    Recordings: Blues · 797 Hits · Posted on 11/30/1999 by Jim Burger (4613)
  19. King of the Blues Guitar by Albert King (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    A compilation of some of this left-handed bluesmaster's finest songs.
    Recordings: Blues · 2237 Hits · Posted on 11/30/1999 by Jim Burger (4613)
  20. From the Cradle by Eric Clapton (5.0 Stars · 3 Reviews)
    Clapton's all-blues album with covers of some seminal blues standards. Note-for-note transcriptions with notes and tab. 128 pages.
    Books/Tab: Blues · 2367 Hits · Posted on 11/30/1999 by Jim Burger (4613)