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Stevie Ray Vaughan - Life Without You [Live]
86 plays

dannysguitarchannel:

Cool groove on this track by Tom Waits called “Lie To Me”.

mr-robert-gray:

The Mississippi Sheiks - Sitting On Top of the World

Muddy Waters - Mannish Boy
2,747 plays

nicepeachyfuzz:

Mannish Boy - Muddy Waters

Led Zeppelin - Ramble On
29 plays
Gonna ramble on, sing my song
Gotta keep-a-searchin’ for my baby…
Gonna work my way, round the world
I can’t stop this feelin’ in my heart
Gotta keep searchin’ for my baby
I can’t find my bluebird!
I’d listen to my bluebird sing but I can’t find my blue bird
A-keep-a ramblin’ baby…

rootsnbluesfestival:

Muddy Waters & The Rolling Stones - Hoochie Coochie Man (Live At Checkerboard Lounge)

29 plays

for everyone who loves Stevie’s version of Texas Flood, this is the original, which is a great song itself

chinacatnoddemix:

The Gallows Pole by Leadbelly

Stevie Ray Vaughan - Texas Flood [Live]
38 plays

seven minutes of perfection

Jefferson Airplane - White Rabbit
278 plays

lebenistkrieg:

White Rabbit (1967)

Jefferson Airplane

One pill makes you larger
And one pill makes you small
And the ones that mother gives you
Don’t do anything at all
Go ask Alice
When she’s ten feet tall
And if you go chasing rabbits
And you know you’re going to fall
Tell ‘em a hookah smoking caterpillar
Has given you the call to
Call Alice
When she was just small

When the men on the chessboard
Get up and tell you where to go
And you’ve just had some kind of mushroom
And your mind is moving 
low
Go ask Alice
I think she’ll know

When logic and proportion
Have fallen sloppy dead
And the White Knight is talking backwards
And the Red Queen’s “off with her head!”
Remember what the doormouse said;
"Feed YOUR HEAD…
Feed your head”

Derek and the Dominos - Layla
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We met secretly at a flat in South Kensington. Eric Clapton had asked me to come because he wanted me to listen to a new number he had written.

He switched on the tape machine, turned up the volume and played me the most powerful, moving song I had ever heard. It was Layla, about a man who falls hopelessly in love with a woman who loves him but is unavailable.

He played it to me two or three times, all the while watching my face intently for my reaction. My first thought was: ‘Oh God, everyone’s going to know this is about me.

Pattie Boyd on hearing “Layla” for the first time