T-Bone Blues

T-Bone Walker - T-Bone Blues
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1959 / Release Date
LP / Format
Atlantic Records / Label
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The History of the Albums - n° 125

Even if it's not in my opinion in the top 10 of the best bluesman in history in terms of "content", T-Bone Walker is probably one of the most influential singer/guitarist of all time. Not only is he one of the first to incorporate the electric guitar, which will give the Electric Blues style and obviously many other things, knowing that today I would say that 70% of the music includes it, he is also one of the first artists to develop the Jump ... read more
As much as I love early blues, there's something missing in T-Bone Walker's music that I can't overlook. I don't know why, but even after three solid listens, this legendary collection of electric blues is still not connecting with me as much as I anticipated. I can definitely tell you that it's a good record full of energetic and confident recordings, but as far as personal enjoyment goes, it doesn't reach top tier for me. Other blues artists from this same time period like Muddy Waters or ... read more
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Track List

  1. Papa Ain't Salty
  2. Why Not
  3. T-Bone Shuffle
  4. Play On Little Girl
  5. T-Bone Blues Special
  6. Mean Old World
  7. T-Bone Blues
  8. Call It Stormy Monday
  9. Blues for Marili
  10. Shufflin' the Blues
  11. Evenin'
  12. Two Bones and a Pick
  13. You Don't Know What You're Doing
  14. How Long Blues
  15. Blues Rock
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Added on: March 17, 2020