9 thoughts on “ Whatd I Say - Various - British Blues

  1. So Much to Say - A Collection of Blues Songs by Your Favorite British Artists Like Rod Stewart, Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page, T.S. Mcphee, John Mayall, And More!
  2. 21 Things British People Hate About Americans. Betty White begs to differ. Posted on February 27, , GMT Matt Stopera. BuzzFeed Staff. .
  3. Dec 03,  · The blues emotion-driven style of music inspired the same pattern to be followed by rock and roll. Many famous rock and roll bands were influenced by similar popular blues artists such as: Chuck Berry, Muddy Waters, and Little Richard. Blues, along with the artists that produced it, was significant in the inspiration of the Beatles.
  4. Nov 26,  · Some say the word "feeling blue" comes from the tradition of ships flying blue flags and bearing a painted blue band when a captain or another officer died. Another origin of "the blues," is derived from mysticism involving blue indigo, which was used by many West African cultures in death and bereavement ceremonies where all the mourners.
  5. In the early s he took the raw depth of the Delta blues to Chicago, and in a few years he had revolutionized the city's blues scene. His many contributions to Chicago blues include his skill.
  6. British blues, early to mids musical movement based in London clubs that was an important influence on the subsequent rock explosion. Its founding fathers included the guitarist Alexis Korner (b. April 19, , Paris, France—d. January 1, , London, England) and the harmonica player Cyril.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of History Of British Blues (Volume One) on Discogs.4/5(22).
  8. This entry was posted in Blues and tagged British rock, postwar blues, Rolling Stones on July 19, by Jas Obrecht. Post navigation ← Polk Miller and His Old South Quartette Jesse Ed Davis: “I Just Play the Notes That Sound Good” → One comment on “ Transatlantic Blues: How Britain’s Blues Boom Saved American Rock And Roll ”.
  9. In the UK, bands emulated US blues legends, and UK blues-rock-based bands had an influential role throughout the s. Even though the blues had been around for many years, the popularity of blues in the UK, and the subsequent "British Invasion" played the major role in popularizing the blues in mainstrem America.

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