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    Alvin Lee

    Real Life Blues lyrics


    Songwriters: LEE, ALVIN

    So much trouble in the world
    I can't watch or read the news
    It brings me down so bad baby
    When I read the daily blues

    So much heartache in the world
    All the sickness and the war
    Keep my head down in the sand
    'Cause I just can't take no more

    I'm talking 'bout trouble
    Too many reasons for the blues
    I'm talking trouble
    It's time we had some better news
    [ Lyrics from: Alvin Lee - Real Life Blues Lyrics ]
    So much fighting in the world
    God and country leads to war
    They say we fight for peace
    But I just can't take no more

    So much killing in the world
    Terrorist victims by the score
    So much trouble in the world, baby
    But I just can't take no more

    I'm talking 'bout trouble
    Too many reasons for the blues
    I'm talking trouble
    It's time we had some better news

    I'm talking 'bout trouble
    Too many reasons for the blues
    I'm talking trouble
    It's time we had some better news, yeah

    Alvin Lee - Real Life Blues Lyrics

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    I was going to paste this in 'favorite vids' but it will do here.. not sure if you would call it the blues perhaps on the back end of a major speed comedown he might slow it down enough to be the blues.. pretty amazing even though theres' a lot of duff notes in there.

    AMAZING BLUES GUITAR!!! MUST SEE!! - YouTube
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neo View Post
    I was going to paste this in 'favorite vids' but it will do here.. not sure if you would call it the blues perhaps on the back end of a major speed comedown he might slow it down enough to be the blues.. pretty amazing even though theres' a lot of duff notes in there.

    AMAZING BLUES GUITAR!!! MUST SEE!! - YouTube
    Bloody fantastic - great find!

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    white men sound so pathetic playing blues, it's just not the real deal. Jimi in a recording studio in London on a cold Autumn day in 1967.




    Big Maceo, somewhat better than the crappy Clapton version:




    One of the best, seems to be a segregated audience back then





    Big Bill, used to listen to this stuff 30 years ago on bluebird label (except Jimi) wonderful music.

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    Better version

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    Urgh I lasted 20 seconds, cannot even bear to listen to whitey singing this stuff

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    Couple new album releases,………….

    ZZ Top


    Ian Siegal



    (not from a new album, just an artist not mentioned yet)Tom Principato with Done Your Daddy Dirty

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    Quote Originally Posted by S Landreth
    Couple new album releases,………….
    New Album Releases

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    Uploaded by DeepGospel on 19 Dec 2007

    Mud Morganfield, eldest son of Muddy Waters, performs "Walking Through The Park" during his sell-out debut English tour.

    Accompaniment from Big Joe Louis & His Blues Kings (Steve Weston - harmonica/Matt Radford - bass/Peter Greatorex, drums) with guest Pete Wingfield on piano.

    Check Mud's website at ???????????????

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    Daughter of Renowned Saxophonist Jimmy Greene among the deceased in Newtown Shootings.

    This message appeared on Jimmy Greenes’s Facebook Page: “Thank you for all of your prayers and kind words of support. As we work through this nightmare, we’re reminded how much we’re loved and supported on this earth and by our Father in heaven. As much as she’s needed here and missed by her mother, brother and me, Ana beat us all to paradise. I love you sweetie girl..”

    The entire American Blues Scene is grieving with the Greenes and all of the other families in Newtown, Conn at this time of incredible loss.

    From Greene’s 2009 disc Mission Statement, here is his song Ana Grace. May she rest in peace.


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    I like listening to those internet radio stations but its hard to find the songs afterwards
    such as
    I Asked Her If She Loved Me - by Henry townsend ,
    Don't get mad At me - Elmore James jnr .

    I'll have to start recording the whole time and cut out the ones i like .

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    Founded as America’s first blues publication in Chicago in 1970, Living Blues magazine has set the standard for blues journalism around the world.

    From its first issue featuring blues legend Howlin’ Wolf on the cover, Living Blues has provided fans with insightful, in-depth stories on such legendary blues artists as Muddy Waters, B.B. King, Koko Taylor, and John Lee Hooker.

    In addition, Living Blues focuses on true creative originals like Otha Turner, Chris Thomas King, and Super Chikan, artists often overlooked by other blues press.


    Welcome to Living Blues Magazine Online

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    From over in the UK - an early one from Rod. (Thank fuck I got out of Brummigam - what a dump!))


    The glimmer twins covering Robert Johnson

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    Every week Sirius Satellite Radio has a segment they call Rockers doing the Blues. Last week Sirius played an old blues song done by Aerosmith:


    Last year about this time we were in New York. The girlfriend walked into the concert hall and the first thing she asked,………What’s that funny smell? When she left the building she told me it was first time she had ever heard real musicians playing live.

    Warren Haynes (of Gov't Mule) starts at about 1:10 into the video (I took while at the concert):


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