Here are all of BluesCat's jams.

Ain't Nobody Here but Us Chickens

Jammed: 23rd Sep 2015

41 plays

46 likes

8 comments

Goin' Down Slow

Goin' Down Slow

by Howlin' Wolf

One of the most famous Blues of them all - a standard covered by lots of people. For the history of this song see this link https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goin%27_Down_Slow .Other folks have jammed versions of this song recently so thanks to @jackietheripper and @bullfrog , but this is my favourite version of the song which is about the dying days of a high rollin' man.

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Get Goin' Down Slow at Amazon

Jammed: 22nd Sep 2015

27 plays

24 likes

4 comments

Flood

Flood

by Muddy Waters

An understated Walter Horton on harmonica. You don't need to be overblown to be effective.

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Get Flood at Amazon

Jammed: 21st Sep 2015

25 plays

26 likes

4 comments

Hard Hearted Woman

Jammed: 20th Sep 2015

19 plays

22 likes

4 comments

Evening Sun

Evening Sun

by Johnny Shines

Walter Horton on harmonica

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Jammed: 19th Sep 2015

18 plays

25 likes

11 comments

I Can't Quit You Baby

Jammed: 18th Sep 2015

22 plays

27 likes

4 comments

Easy

Easy

by Jimmy & Walter

1953. Actually Jimmy DeBerry (guitar) and "Big Walter" Horton (harmonica). A classic of the Blues Harp. Instrumental adaptation of "I almost lost my mind" released by Ivory Joe Hunter in 1950 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZKLbIn8yx-o .

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Get Easy at Amazon

Jammed: 17th Sep 2015

14 plays

20 likes

6 comments

Hidden Charms

Hidden Charms

by Howlin’ Wolf

Hidden charms indeed. The best guitar solo by Hubert Sumlin. In honour of @Sid_Bonkers .

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Jammed: 16th Sep 2015

17 plays

19 likes

No comments

Love That Burns

Love That Burns

by Fleetwood Mac

The original is on their 1968 album Mr. Wonderful but of course the CensorBots wouldn't allow me to post that one - I will try it on LL - that usually works very well.

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Get Love That Burns at Amazon

Jammed: 15th Sep 2015

20 plays

19 likes

No comments

When Will the Blues Leave?

When Will the Blues Leave?

by Ornette Coleman

From his 1958 album "Something Else". Ornette Coleman (alto sax), Don Cherry (cornet), Charlie Haden (double bass) and either Ed Blackwell or Billy Higgins on drums.

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Get When Will the Blues Leave? at Amazon

Jammed: 14th Sep 2015

11 plays

16 likes

4 comments

Soul Station

Soul Station

by Hank Mobley

From the 1960 album of the same name. Hank Mobley (tenor sax), Art Blakey (drums), Paul Chambers (bass) and Wynton Kelly on piano,

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Get Soul Station at Amazon

Jammed: 13th Sep 2015

19 plays

21 likes

No comments

Walkin’

Walkin’

by The Miles Davis Sextet

From the 1957 album of the same name.

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Get Walkin’ at Amazon

Jammed: 12th Sep 2015

17 plays

23 likes

2 comments

Happy Blues

Happy Blues

by Gene Ammons

From the 1956 album "The Happy Blues". Gene Ammons (tenor sax), Art Farmer (trumpet), Jackie McLean (alto sax), Duke Jordan (piano), Addison Farmer (bass), Art Taylor (drums) and Candido on congas.

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Get Happy Blues at Amazon

Jammed: 11th Sep 2015

21 plays

21 likes

2 comments

Blue Monk

Blue Monk

by Thelonious Monk Quartet

Charlie Rouse (ts), Larry Gales (b), Ben Riley (d) and of course Thelonious Monk (p). Recorded on April 15, 1966 in Oslo. First recorded on the 1954 album "Thelonious Monk Trio".

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Jammed: 10th Sep 2015

12 plays

16 likes

2 comments

Down Home On The Moon

Down Home On The Moon

by Jimmy McGriff

From his 1970 album "A Thing To Come By". Jimmy McGriff on organ and piano, Blue Mitchell on trumpet, Fats Theus on tenor sax and Larry Frazier on Guitar. I don't know who the rhythm section were.

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Get Down Home On The Moon at Amazon

Jammed: 9th Sep 2015

23 plays

23 likes

4 comments

Deep Down Soul

Deep Down Soul

by Stanley Turrentine & Shirley Scott

From their 1963 album Soul Shoutin' . He is on tenor sax and she is on organ.

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Jammed: 8th Sep 2015

30 plays

35 likes

6 comments

Straight Life

Straight Life

by Freddie Hubbard

Straight Life, from the 1970 album of the same name, is a masterpiece from the trumpeter Freddie Hubbard. This is a TV performance and part one lasts for 8 minutes which will give you a good taste. Then it extends further! I think that this is astounding playing which as in a lot of good things requires a bit of patience to see the full beauty. Good luck!

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Get Straight Life at Amazon

Jammed: 7th Sep 2015

17 plays

14 likes

4 comments

Drew's Blues

Drew's Blues

by Jackie McLean

From the 1961 album "Bluesnik". Jackie McLean (alto sax), Freddie Hubbard (trumpet), Kenny Drew (piano), Doug Watkins (bass), Pete La Roca (drums).#GoingDownJamming #LastDaysOfJam

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Get Drew's Blues at Amazon

Jammed: 6th Sep 2015

19 plays

19 likes

4 comments

I Got Rhythm

I Got Rhythm

by Sonny Stitt

From the 1972 album "Tune-Up". Sonny Stitt (tenor & alto sax), Barry Harris (piano), Sam Jones (bass), Alan Dawson (drums). It is about time that I posted some jazz - before it is too late!

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Get I Got Rhythm at Amazon

Jammed: 5th Sep 2015

23 plays

24 likes

2 comments

Reconsider Baby

Reconsider Baby

by Elvis Presley

Who says he wasn't a fine blues singer? A crackin' version of Lowell Fulson's classic. This is a live performance but his first studio version can be found on the 1960 album "Elvis Is Back" - recorded when he got out of the army.

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Get Reconsider Baby at Amazon

Jammed: 4th Sep 2015

20 plays

22 likes

No comments

Rockin' Chair Blues

Jammed: 3rd Sep 2015

17 plays

20 likes

2 comments

Looking The World Over

Jammed: 1st Sep 2015

24 plays

26 likes

6 comments

Honey, Won't You Allow Me One More Chance?

Honey, Won't You Allow Me One More Chance?

by Henry Thomas

1928. Bob Dylan, to his credit, put Henry Thomas as co-writer on his version of this song which is on the 1963 album "The FreeWheelin' Bob Dylan". Henry Thomas lived from 1878-1930.

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Get Honey, Won't You Allow Me One More Chance? at Amazon

Jammed: 31st Aug 2015

18 plays

22 likes

3 comments

Crying At Daybreak

Crying At Daybreak

by Howlin' Wolf

Early version of Smoke Stack Lightning based on previous songs by The Mississippi Sheiks, Charley Patton & Tommy Johnson. See this link for details https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Smokestack_Lightning

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Get Crying At Daybreak at Amazon

Jammed: 30th Aug 2015

19 plays

27 likes

3 comments

Some Cold Rainy Day

Jammed: 29th Aug 2015

25 plays

26 likes

2 comments

Cannon Ball Blues

Jammed: 28th Aug 2015

17 plays

16 likes

3 comments

All Around Man

All Around Man

by Bo Carter

Here is another one from good old Bo. He certainly could sing and play guitar and just when he has you convinced that he is actually singing about being good around the house ................................

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Get All Around Man at Amazon

Jammed: 27th Aug 2015

22 plays

24 likes

6 comments

Big Road Blues

Big Road Blues

by Tommy Johnson

1928. Jammed this before - worth another one - stone-cold classic and very influential.

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Jammed: 25th Aug 2015

26 plays

29 likes

3 comments

Good Time Rounder

Jammed: 24th Aug 2015

25 plays

21 likes

4 comments

Pea Vine Blues

Pea Vine Blues

by Charley Patton

The Pea Vine was the railway branch line that joined Charley's plantation "Dockery" onto the main Yazoo and Mississippi Valley Railroad "The Yellow Dog" or "Dog" - also celebrated in some other Blues songs. This song is from 1929.

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Get Pea Vine Blues at Amazon

Jammed: 23rd Aug 2015

21 plays

23 likes

5 comments

That Crawlin' Baby Blues

That Crawlin' Baby Blues

by Blind Lemon Jefferson

1929. In celebration of Liam - firstborn of my niece Gemma - came this morning but not crawlin' just yet!

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Get That Crawlin' Baby Blues at Amazon

Jammed: 22nd Aug 2015

16 plays

15 likes

3 comments

Travelin’ Blues

Travelin’ Blues

by Blind Willie McTell

There is no such thing in my book as "The Best Bluesman" but people that channel the Blues and in my opinion the three that were best at it and have been preserved in some quantity, scratchy though that is at times, are Blind Lemon Jefferson, Charley Patton and this guy - at least until Robert Johnson came along. And then there are The Blueswomen and they are another, although entwined, story!

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Get Travelin’ Blues at Amazon

Jammed: 21st Aug 2015

33 plays

25 likes

8 comments

When Did You Leave Heaven

When Did You Leave Heaven

by Big Bill Broonzy

First Broonzy that @Axol played on TIMJ. What a charmer that he was!

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Get When Did You Leave Heaven at Amazon

Jammed: 20th Aug 2015

23 plays

24 likes

1 comments

Little Demon

Little Demon

by Screamin' Jay Hawkins

Another great one that I first heard on TIMJ

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Jammed: 19th Aug 2015

23 plays

23 likes

4 comments

Kind Hearted Woman Blues

Kind Hearted Woman Blues

by Houston Stackhouse

From his 1972 album "Cryin' Won't Help You". For more information see this link https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Houston_Stackhouse  A nice version of the RJ song.

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Get Kind Hearted Woman Blues at Amazon

Jammed: 18th Aug 2015

13 plays

13 likes

2 comments

You're Tempting Me

Jammed: 17th Aug 2015

20 plays

14 likes

3 comments

Fare You Well Blues

Jammed: 16th Aug 2015

28 plays

27 likes

5 comments

Driving Wheel

Driving Wheel

by Roosevelt Sykes

Classic which has been covered by loads of people - Albert King, Etta James, BB King and so on.

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Jammed: 15th Aug 2015

14 plays

15 likes

3 comments

Grinning In Your Face

Grinning In Your Face

by Little Axe

His version of the Son House classic. From his 2004 album "Champagne and Grits". Little Axe is the nom de guerre of Skip McDonald, rap music's favourite Bluesman. Now jamming daily the fruits of 3 years being on TIMJ as @Axol

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Get Grinning In Your Face at Amazon

Jammed: 14th Aug 2015

27 plays

27 likes

5 comments

The Sky Is Crying

Jammed: 9th Aug 2015

27 plays

40 likes

16 comments

Insane Asylum

Insane Asylum

by Koko Taylor & Willie Dixon

Single from 1967.

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Jammed: 3rd Aug 2015

28 plays

28 likes

5 comments

Insane Asylum

Insane Asylum

by Koko Taylor & Willie Dixon

Single from 1967.

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Jammed: 3rd Aug 2015

1 plays

2 likes

2 comments

Born With the Blues

Born With the Blues

by Memphis Slim

From the 1961 album "Memphis Slim, USA"

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Get Born With the Blues at Amazon

Jammed: 27th Jul 2015

36 plays

39 likes

7 comments

M & O Blues

Jammed: 21st Jul 2015

33 plays

33 likes

6 comments

Evil Woman

Evil Woman

by Champion Jack Dupree

From his 1958 album Blues from the Gutter which I could not post, unfortunately.

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Jammed: 14th Jul 2015

44 plays

34 likes

8 comments

Hoodoo Man Blues

Jammed: 7th Jul 2015

38 plays

38 likes

7 comments

Crosscut Saw

Crosscut Saw

by Albert King

From his classic 1967 album "Born Under A Bad Sign" which compiled his Stax singles and some additional stuff from 1966 onwards. His backing band were Booker T and The MGs featuring the Memphis Horns! Oh yeah and he did stay in St. Louis for some years in the 1950s.

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Jammed: 30th Jun 2015

38 plays

32 likes

5 comments

I Believe You Need a Shot

I Believe You Need a Shot

by James Crutchfield

St. Louis Blues. The hard pounding piano style of St. Louis led to Johnnie Johnson's Sir John Trio which included a young Chuck Berry. They became Chuck's backing band when he started recording in Chicago.

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Get I Believe You Need a Shot at Amazon

Jammed: 24th Jun 2015

23 plays

23 likes

6 comments

Sick With the Blues

Jammed: 17th Jun 2015

28 plays

30 likes

6 comments

T-Bone Shuffle

Jammed: 10th Jun 2015

28 plays

33 likes

5 comments

I Got A Break Baby

Jammed: 7th Jun 2015

18 plays

17 likes

6 comments

Blue Mood

Jammed: 6th Jun 2015

23 plays

23 likes

4 comments

T-Bone Jumps Again

Jammed: 5th Jun 2015

22 plays

21 likes

3 comments

Mean Old World

Mean Old World

by T-Bone Walker

#T-BoneWeek No. 2. 1942 saw his first recordings with an electric guitar.

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Jammed: 4th Jun 2015

17 plays

19 likes

8 comments

Wichita Falls Blues

Wichita Falls Blues

by Oak Cliff T-Bone

Specially for #TexasTuesday No. 1 in #T-BoneWeek . From 1928 before he was recording as T-Bone Walker!

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Get Wichita Falls Blues at Amazon

Jammed: 2nd Jun 2015

14 plays

13 likes

5 comments

Stealin' Stealin'

Jammed: 27th May 2015

30 plays

28 likes

6 comments

Keep It Clean

Jammed: 22nd May 2015

23 plays

24 likes

5 comments

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