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Audio's Audiophile, Vol. 6: Best Blues Guitars.
With that being said, as a continuation to our Best Blues Albums of 2018 list, we will be exploring albums released between May and August. Jones – Ones To Keep Close. Jonathon Linaberry has used his one-man-band project to express his love for the old school blues greats translated to appeal to modern blues-rock enthusiasts. His first release, The Last Days of Oakland earned Negrito a Grammy for the Best Contemporary Blues Album in 2017. With his second offering, Please Don’t Be Dead, the trending musician addresses rough patches in his life including a near-fatal car accident that left him in a long-lasting coma and quite literally flipped his life around.
With hollow and solid-bodied blues guitars, power and articulation is important, although you don’t want something too extreme – nobody is playing great blues on a modern shredder with searing-hot active pickups. Generally, something with a vintage feel in both look and tone will give you a good blues sound. As for acoustic guitars, blues will always sound better on something with a bit of warmth, preferably on the twangy side
The Best 'Jump Blues' Artists (Plus Their Best Album). 1. Louis Jordan - Louis Jordan & His Tympani Five 2. Wynonie Harris - Bloodshot Eyes 3. Roy Brown - Good Rockin' Tonight 4. Big Joe Turner - Big Bad & Blue 5. Big Jay McNeely - Central Avenue Confidential 6. Red Prysock - Swingsation 7. Joe Houston - Cornbread & Cabbage Greens 8. Louis Prima - Wildest 9. Amos Milburn - Bad Bad Whiskey 10.
Sorting the best guitars for blues musicians was a somewhat tricky nut to crack. With so many kinds of blues, there are endless possibilities. Some styles call for resonators or other acoustic guitars, others call for an electric axe run through a meaty overdrive. For this list of the best blues guitars, we’ll focus on electric guitars. While that narrows it down, there are still many factors to consider. The blues has a long history and takes on many forms, so both hollow bodies and solid bodies have their place.
The Grammy Award for Best Blues Album was an award presented at the Grammy Awards, a ceremony that was established in 1958 and originally called the Gramophone Awards, to recording artists for releasing albums in the blues genre.
Here is our list of the BEST BLUES RECORDS ever. These albums, as well as being the greatest music ever heard, also tell a story. Before the 60's, most Blues records sold as singles, so most of the selections here are compilation albums. After the 60's we have selected the outstanding album or the live set which shows the best of the artist's talents. Our list covers all ages of the Blues, from the early Country Music styles through to the electric Blues of the City. The Blues has traveled around the world and back again, and our list reflects this. Adding the twin guitars of Mike Bloomfield and Elvin Bishop, Paul brought the music of his hometown to a new, young, white audience. His heartfelt harp playing, on covers of some Chicago classics and the band's own songs, has the rough and ready quality that shows his passion for the music he had learned from the Legends in those South-side clubs.
of the blues with the upwardly mobile ambitions of refusing all limitations. As both a singer and rhythm master, Cedric is always locked in and never fussy. On this album, she fleshes out the possibilities of songs by Mary Gauthier, John Prine, Oliver Wood and Kevin Gordon. This is the best of both worlds: terrific literary songwriting coupled with a tradition older than any college curriculum.