Slow Burning Blues

By: Concert Vault

25 songs / 2:58:46

  1. 1 Big Mama Mae Thornton / Ball And Chain 06:07
  2. 2 Albert King / Personal Manager 06:23
  3. 3 Freddie King / Ain't Nobody's Business 05:17
  4. 4 B.B. King / How Blue Can You Get 06:07
  5. 5 Ray Charles / Drown In My Own Tears 07:07
  6. 6 Fleetwood Mac / Worried Dream 09:56
  7. 7 Jeff Beck Group / The Sun Is Shining 07:38
  8. 8 Stevie Ray Vaughan / Texas Flood 10:00
  9. 9 Grateful Dead / King Bee 08:42
  10. 10 Marshall Brown & the Newport Youth Band / Bluer Than… 05:50
  11. 11 Rory Gallagher / Garbage Man 07:28
  12. 12 The Paul Butterfield Blues Band / Willow Tree 07:12
  13. 13 Steve Miller Band / Blues With A Feeling 08:21
  14. 14 Buddy Guy & Junior Wells Blues Band / Somebody Hoodo… 03:42
  15. 15 Joe Williams / Me And the Blues 03:26
  16. 16 Muddy Waters, Johnny Winter & James Cotton / Dealin'… 08:13
  17. 17 John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers / Tears Came Rolling… 09:02
  18. 18 Jimi Hendrix Experience / Hear My Train A Comin' 11:28
  19. 19 Ten Years After / Slow Blues In 'C' 08:03
  20. 20 Herbie Mann Group / Nighttime is the Right Time 09:55
  21. 21 Booker T. & the MG's / I Don't Mind 04:15
  22. 22 Great Jones / I Ain't Got Long 05:22
  23. 23 Clark Terry / Big Leg Woman Blues 06:20
  24. 24 Son Seals Blues Band / Stormy Monday 04:06
  25. 25 Goodbye Newport Blues / Mean Mistreater- Feat. Muddy… 08:46

With things taken at a less frantic pace, the grooves are gooier and the solos more emotive on these slow blues tunes, evoking some of the lowest lows imaginable. But the musicians here - whether authentic bluesmen and women, psychedelic rockers, or jazz artists - also use that baseline as a jumping off point for the searing heights of sublimation. So if there's an answer to the question "How blue can you get?" within this mix, it's "not so bad that the blues can't fix it."