Guitar Resources by Jim Burger

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  1. Unplugged by Eric Clapton (4.4 Stars · 5 Reviews)
    If you play acoustic, this may be the first tab book you should buy. Note-for-note transcriptions of the Clapton tunes in standard notation and tablature. 112 pages.
    Books/Tab: Blues · 3003 Hits · Posted on 11/30/1999 by Jim Burger (4613)
  2. A collection of songs from one of the greatest and most prolific bluesmen. On this album Lightnin' is backed by a full band and a couple of songs have harmonica.
    Recordings: Blues · 1269 Hits · Posted on 11/30/1999 by Jim Burger (4613)
  3. He's a Jelly Roll Baker by Lonnie Johnson (3.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    I never saw this album listed anywhere, but I picked it up cheap as a cut-out at Tower and it definitely delivers a good feel of the Lonnie Johnson style.
    Recordings: Blues · 703 Hits · Posted on 11/29/1999 by Jim Burger (4613)
  4. Come On In This House by Junior Wells (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Junior's last album (I think) is a fitting end to a seminal career, with 70 minutes of excellent blues action featuring a litany of guest slide-guitar superstars.
    Recordings: Blues · 1021 Hits · Posted on 11/27/1999 by Jim Burger (4613)
  5. Keb' Mo' by Keb' Mo' (4.7 Stars · 1 Review)
    Keb' Mo's first album (I think) features some tasteful guitarwork and an interesting variety of songs.
    Recordings: Blues · 1211 Hits · Posted on 11/27/1999 by Jim Burger (4613)
  6. Deep In the Blues by James Cotton (4.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    A down-home acoustic venture featuring James Cotton in the lead with tasteful slide accompaniment from Joe Louis Walker.
    Recordings: Blues · 874 Hits · Posted on 11/27/1999 by Jim Burger (4613)
  7. 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)
  8. Harry's Blues Lyrics (4.7 Stars · 2 Reviews)
    Only blues lyrics?. Well, apart from blues lyrics we also have... blues lyrics, blues lyrics, blues lyrics, blues lyrics and some more blues lyrics.
    URL: http://blueslyrics.tripod.com
    Books/Tab: On-Line · 5057 Hits · Posted on 11/2/1999 by Jim Burger (4613)

  9. Hand Me Down My Moonshine by Luther Allison (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Luther Allison's venture into the unplugged domain, with most songs featuring only him accompanied by acoustic bass.
    Recordings: Blues · 2188 Hits · Posted on 6/13/1999 by Jim Burger (4613)
  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. Get Yer Yas Yas Out by Blind Boy Fuller (4.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    A selection of Fuller's work, gives a good sampling of what his Piedmont fingerpicking style was all about. The Stones used a bastardized version of his song title for their album "Get Yer Ya Yas Out".
    Recordings: Blues · 1006 Hits · Posted on 6/13/1999 by Jim Burger (4613)
  12. Cold Snap by Albert Collins (4.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    A pretty good effort by Albert Collins featuring such favorites as "I Ain't Drunk" and "Too Many Dirty Dishes"
    Recordings: Blues · 1400 Hits · Posted on 6/13/1999 by Jim Burger (4613)
  13. Ice Pickin' by Albert Collins (4.5 Stars · 1 Review)
    This is Albert Collins' best album.
    Recordings: Blues · 1534 Hits · Posted on 6/13/1999 by Jim Burger (4613)
  14. 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)
  15. Fish Ain't Bitin' by Corey Harris (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    The second album of one of the best young acoustic bluesmen around, this one contains some great slide and fingerpicking.
    Recordings: Blues · 1131 Hits · Posted on 6/13/1999 by Jim Burger (4613)
  16. Harlem Street Singer by Blind Gary Davis (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Digitally remastered collection of classics from one of the premier East-Coast fingerpickers.
    Recordings: Blues · 1120 Hits · Posted on 6/12/1999 by Jim Burger (4613)
  17. 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)
  18. Hard Again by Muddy Waters (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Recorded late in Muddy Waters' career, this album contains some excellent remakes of some of Muddy's best songs.
    Recordings: Blues · 1490 Hits · Posted on 5/23/1999 by Jim Burger (4613)