Blues Rock

The perfect brew of American blues with British beat led to the British Blues Rock scene.

Hear the excitement and power of British Blues Rock from the mid-Sixties to early-Seventies: 

  1. The Yardbirds – Train Kept A-Rollin (BBC Sessions 1965-68, Warner Archives, 1997 rec 1965)
  2. John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers – I’m Your Witchdoctor (Single A-side, Immediate 1965)
  3. Cream – Outside Woman Blues (Disraeli Gears, Polydor, 1967)
  4. T. S. McPhee – You Don’t Love Me (Various Artists, Blues Anytime Vol.2 – An Anthology Of British Blues, Immediate, 1968)
  5. Fleetwood Mac – Black Magic Woman (Single A-side, Blue Horizon, 1968)
  6. Chicken Shack – I’d Rather Go Blind (Single A-side, Blue Horizon, 1969)
  7. McKenna Mendelson Mainline – She’s Alright (Stink, Liberty, 1969)
  8. Keef Hartley Band – Too Much Thinking (Halfbreed, Deram, 1969)
  9. Free – I’ll Be Creepin’ (Free, Island, 1969)
  10. Andy Fernbach Connexion – She’s Gone (Various Artists, I Asked For Water, She Gave Me… Gasoline, Imperial, 1969)
  11. Humble Pie – Natural Born Bugie (Single A-side, Immediate, 1969)
  12. Led Zeppelin – I Can’t Quit You Baby (Led Zeppelin, Atlantic, 1969)
  13. Status Quo – Time To Fly (Fresh Quota, PRT, 1981 rec c1971)
  14. Gypsy – Standing Alone, Feeling So Bad (Gypsy, United Artists, 1971)
  15. The Rolling Stones – Ventilator Blues (Exile on Main Street Remastered (Deluxe Edition), Polydor, 2010 recorded 1971/72)
  16. Help Yourself – Strange Affair (Strange Affair, United Artists, 1972)

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