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In this podcast I’ll review one Blues or Rock album in detail in each episode. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bluesrockhistory/support

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In this podcast I’ll review one Blues or Rock album in detail in each episode. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bluesrockhistory/support

    Having A Rave Up With The Yardbirds

    Having A Rave Up With The Yardbirds

    “Having A Rave Up With The Yardbirds” is the second album by Yardbirds which was released on November 15, 1965. The live tracks of this album were recorded in March 1964, and studio tracks were recorded between April and September 1965. At the time of releasing the album, Jeff Beck was the lead guitarist of the band, as Eric Clapton had left a few months prior to that. The live recordings had Eric Clapton and the studio recordings had Jeff Beck on guitar. Most of the songs in the album...



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    Track List :   



    Side 1  

    1. You're A Better Man Than I 

    2. Evil Hearted You 

    3. I'm A Man 

    4. Still I'm Sad 

    5. Heart Full Of Soul 

    6. The Train Kept A-Rollin'  



    Side 2  

    1. Smokestack Lightning 

    2. Respectable 

    3. I'm A Man 

    4. Here 'Tis


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    • 20 min
    "Left My Blues In San Francisco" By Buddy Guy

    "Left My Blues In San Francisco" By Buddy Guy

    “Left My Blues In San Fransisco” is the first studio album by Buddy Guy which was released in 1967 by Chess Records and the tracks were recorded from April 23, 1965 to 1967 in Chicago. This is the only album that he released with Chess Records under his name...   You can read the whole article here : https://bluesrockhistory.com/f/“left-... Track list :  

    Side One  



    1. Keep It To Yourself 

    2. Crazy Love (Crazy Music) 

    3. I Suffer With The Blues 

    4. When My Left Eye Jumps 

    5. Buddy's Groove  



    Side Two  



    1. Goin' Home 

    2. She Suits Me To A Tee 

    3. Leave My Girl Alone 

    4. Too Many Ways 

    5. Mother-In-Law Blues 

    6. Every Girl I See


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    • 7 min
    Rocking Chair Album by Howlin' Wolf

    Rocking Chair Album by Howlin' Wolf

    The “Howlin’ Wolf (Rockin’ Chair Album) is comprised of the singles that was recorded between 1959 to 1962 by Chess Records. The whole album was released on January 11, 1962, and is the second studio album by Howlin’ Wolf. Even though it’s a self title album, but because of the album cover,...  For reading the whole article you can visit : https://bluesrockhistory.com/f/“howli... 

    Track list :  

    Side one  

     1. Shake For Me 

    2. The Red Rooster 

    3. You'll Be Mine 

    4. Who's Been Talking 

    5. Wang Dang Doodle 

    6. Little Baby   

    Side Two  

    1. Spoonful 

    2. Goin' Down Slow 

    3. Down In The Bottom 

    4. Back Door Man 

    5. Howlin' For My Darlin' 

    6. Tell Me


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    • 15 min
    "Eat A Peach" By Allman Brothers Band

    "Eat A Peach" By Allman Brothers Band

    “Eat A Peach” is the third studio album by Allman Brothers Band which was released on Feb 12th, 1972 on Capricorn. It is comprised of some studio tracks which were recorded between September and December 1971, at Criteria Studios in Miami, and some live tracks from their breakthrough live album “At Fillmore East” which were recorded on March 12th and 13th, and also June 27th, 1971 in New York City. Prior to release of this album...  For reading the whole article you can check : https://bluesrockhistory.com/f/eat-a-...

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    • 16 min
    "Blues Breakers With Eric Clapton" By John Mayall And The Blues Breakers

    "Blues Breakers With Eric Clapton" By John Mayall And The Blues Breakers

    "Blues Breakers With Eric Clapton" is the first studio album by John Mayall And The Blues Breakers which was released on July 22, 1966 by Decca, and the tracks were recorded in March and April of the same year. This album was a pioneer in the British Blues Rock movement.... 
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    Tracks list :  
    Side 1 
     1. All Your Love 
    2. Hideaway 
    3. Little Girl 
    4. Another Man 
    5. Double Crossing Time 
    6. What's I say  
    Side 2  
    1. Key To Love 
    2. Parchman Farm 
    3. Have You Heard 
    4. Ramblin' On My Mind 
    5. Steppin' Out 
    6. It Ain't Right

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    • 12 min
    Born Under A Bad Sign By Albert King

    Born Under A Bad Sign By Albert King

    This episode is a detailed review of the album " Born Under A Bad Sign" by Albert King.


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    • 13 min

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