Saturday, September 12, 2009

Good Blues

Damn, this is some good Blues.





another mule kickin' in your stall.........

11 comments:

oneblood said...

What is it about the blues?

Most of the time it's overly-simplistic and overly-repetitious, musically and lyrically.
But that same chord progression really speaks to how I view certain existential problems.

Thanks for posting mac.

mac said...

I often say the same things, oneblood.

It seems simplistic, but I believe, that Muddy Waters is a hella musician :-)

Stacy S. said...

Aaaahhh...

rita said...

The blues hits a spot that no other music can touch. one of my favs

mac said...

I like that one Rita :-)

BB is a good guitarist for sure.

I also like John Lee Hooker.

oneblood said...

I compare the blues to ice cream, they both satisfy in a way that their contemporaries can't.

JefFlyingV said...

Hey Mac, Muddy is great, don't skip Gatemouth Brown, Lonnie Mack, Albert King, Albert Collins or Howlin' Wolf.

mac said...

Jeff :-)

Thanks for stopping by!

And thanks for the recomendations :-)

JefFlyingV said...

I'll drop by from time to time and send you a picture or 2 every once in a while. I always enjoyed reading you at the DoubleD blog.

I figured I'd toss out a few more names without adding accoustic players.
Buddy Guy, Robert Cray, Roy Buchanan, Duke Robillard and Peter Green.

An excellent CD: "Rattlesnake Guitar, the music of Peter Green" is sort of a tribute double cd of various artists doing Green's Fleetwood Mac songs.

Hopefully some of the musicians I mentioned will bring you as much pleasure as they have brought to me.

Ride easy Mac.

mac said...

Really, the Blues is helping me work though some personal stuff.

I kind of made a mess here. I can't really clean this one up. I have to toss it out and start again....

Senorita said...

I really wish you would update your blog so I coud offer up some of my witty commentary.