Re: What's in your CD player?
- Subject: Re: What's in your CD player?
- From: PL500@xxxxxxx
- Date: Tue, 27 May 2003 23:16:09 EDT
What's in my CD player?
1. Walter Horton- Compilation: I made this from assorted tracks I ripped to
put it on CD. On it is some rare sides, and bootlegs. Horton in just
medium stands up, particularly his Johnny Young, Johnny Shines material.
2. T-Model Ford- Bad Man: This CD is killer, stompin' old school dirty blues
the way its supposed to be played. This CD is so good it hurts.
3. Little Walter- Hate To See You Go: If you do not own this CD, get it! Most
cuts are on the Essential Little Walter ,but a couple are not ( like
You). A great compilation, and goodbye to a legend.
4. Elmore James- Slide Legend: Another comiplation of my own making which
continues to have tracks added to it. One of the best blues singers, and
guitarists bar none! If you don't own any Elmore James, sell your Shaker
5. Chicago/The Blues/ Today!- Compilation: The 1965 yearbook of Chicago
that illustrates the dedication of many of Chicago's finest blues
Johnny Shines, Johnny Young with Walter Horton on Volume 3 of the
is required listening for every harmonica player today period! Horton's
nearly unmatched on this CD, and shows how great tone doesn't come from
"break up." Volume 1 has Junior Wells paying tribute to Rice Miller, and
has James Cotton tearing up on about 4 songs. Well worth the money, this
compilation will do more for your playing than most instructionals.
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