Concert Vault

Blind Pig Records

By: BradleyWagner

19 songs / 1:30:48

  1. 1 James Cotton Band / Rocket 88 / Last Night 07:39
  2. 2 The Fabulous Thunderbirds / Stagger Lee 04:59
  3. 3 Commander Cody / Riot In Cell Clock #9 04:01
  4. 4 Omar & the Howlers / Don't You Know 03:44
  5. 5 Steve Miller Band / Livin' In The USA 04:16
  6. 6 John Lee Hooker / Hobo Blues 05:15
  7. 7 Bonnie Raitt / Walk Out The Front Door 03:32
  8. 8 B.B. King / Whole Lotta' Love 04:13
  9. 9 Taj Mahal, Elvin Bishop, Boz Scaggs & Friends / We Gonna Rock 06:40
  10. 10 Buddy Guy & Junior Wells Blues Band / Somebody Hoodooed The Hoodoo Man 03:42
  11. 11 Willie Dixon / 29 Ways 03:38
  12. 12 James Cotton Blues Band / Big Boss Man 03:34
  13. 13 Elvin Bishop Group / (Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher and Higher 05:25
  14. 14 Muddy Waters / Watermelon Man 05:50
  15. 15 Big Mama Mae Thornton / Rock Me Baby 05:08
  16. 16 Charlie Musselwhite / Clarksdale Boogie 02:55
  17. 17 Muddy Waters Blues Band / Honey Bee 04:34
  18. 18 Savoy Brown / Hellbound Train 07:30
  19. 19 Sleepy John Estes & Yank Rachell / Vernita Blues 04:13
Description
Direct from the Blind Pig's mouth (BlindPigRecords.com): "From our humble beginnings in the basement of an Ann Arbor, Michigan blues club in 1977, Blind Pig Records has grown into one of the premier blues labels in the world... Incredible performances and the enthusiasm of the audiences led to the notion of recording this memorable music and presenting it to fans beyond the confines of this legendary club." This playlist includes artists associated with the label. Please note that in the case of Steve Miller Band, the song was included because of the hand harp performance by Blind Pig artist Norton Buffalo. Similarly, the Big Mama Mae Thornton rendition of "Rock Me" is included because of Pinetop Perkins' work on the piano, and Willie Dixon is found here on account of Walter Horton's harmonica.
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Direct from the Blind Pig's mouth (BlindPigRecords.com):

"From our humble beginnings in the basement of an Ann Arbor, Michigan blues club in 1977, Blind Pig Records has grown into one of the premier blues labels in the world... Incredible performances and the enthusiasm of the audiences led to the notion of recording this memorable music and presenting it to fans beyond the confines of this legendary club."

This playlist includes artists associated with the label. Please note that in the case of Steve Miller Band, the song was included because of the hand harp performance by Blind Pig artist Norton Buffalo. Similarly, the Big Mama Mae Thornton rendition of "Rock Me" is included because of Pinetop Perkins' work on the piano, and Willie Dixon is found here on account of Walter Horton's harmonica.