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Topic: The Bluesiest tunes Return to archive
03-24-02 03:57 AM
padre OK, we've got a compilation of the country Stones. How about a collection of straight blues tunes.

Down in the hole
The Storm
Wish I'd never met you
Black limousine
So young
Down in the bottom
Stop breaking down
Break the spell
Still a fool
Dear doctor
cocksucker blues
Doncha bother me
you gotta move
Short and curlies
Look what you've done
Can't be satisfied

what else? The whole 1st album yes, but besides that?
03-24-02 04:24 AM
beer Love in Vain, Key to the Highway, Ventilator Blues
03-24-02 04:31 AM
VoodooChileInWOnderl sometimes I'm blue but blue is not my colour!
03-24-02 10:33 AM
The Worst padre and beer, you may like the compilation "The Stones Got The Blues (And A Bit More)", that Maxmeister from Keno's board has already done:

CD1:
Fancy Man Blues
Cook Cook Blues
Wish I'd Never Met You
I Got The Blues
Stewed And Keef (Brian's Blues)
Parachute Woman
Hide Your Love
Sweet Home Chicago
Break The Spell
Key To The Highway
Honest I Do
Sweet Virginia
Black Limousine
Little Baby
Casino Boogie
Crazy Mama
Who's Driving Your Plane
Down In The Hole
Still A Fool

CD2:
Little Red Rooster
I Just Want To Make Love To You
Love In Vain
Prodigal Son
I Don't Know The Reason Why
Hey Crawdaddy
Confessin The Blues
I'm A King Bee
Don't Lie To Me
Stop Breaking Down
You Gotta Move
You Got The Silver
No Expectations
The Storm
The Spider And The Fly
Cops And Robbers
Ventilator Blues
It Hurts Me Too
Interlude A La El Hopo
Highland Flying

If what I most recently read is still valid, you can contact him (maxmeister1@webtv.net), marko or Cardinal Ximinez, when you want a copy. It looks great too!

Some Stones-songs may be "country-blues"...
03-24-02 10:43 AM
themidnightrambler Could I perhaps have a copy of that cd

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03-24-02 01:46 PM
Stonesthrow More blues:

Time Is On My Side
Good Times, Bad Times
Down Home Girl (blues or country)
Heart Of Stone
Mona (marginal as blues but too good to leave off)
Little Red Rooster
I Can't Be Satisfied (already mentioned)
I've Been Loving You Too Long
Going Home
Looking Tired
Pain In My Heart (RS, Now)
Look What You've Done (December's Children)
Midnight Rambler
Backstreet Girl (just checking to see if you were paying attention)

03-24-02 03:08 PM
Nasty Habits And some more:

What's the Matter
All the little snippets of blues they do on the Dallas Rehearsals: 32-20 Blues, Shave 'Em Dry, When You Got a Good Friend
Sun Is Shining - Jimmy Reed cover from Altamont
Mannish Boy
Shake Your Hips
Champagne and Reefers (w/Muddy Waters - Chicago '81)
That song they do from the Dirty Work sessions with Keith singing and Mick playing harp like Jimmy Reed (what is that?)


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