Here are all of bagerap's jams.
by Blind Willie Johnson
It might be redundant to post any more blues after this. Ry Cooder called it "The most soulful, transcendent piece in all American music." There is a slightly better version, but I can't find it on youtube
Jammed: 30th Apr 2015
by Sunnyland Slim
And if you believe that..........
Jammed: 16th Mar 2015
by Bessie Jones
Now if you're thinking about the Rolling Stones number, well you're wrong. Although oddly enough, another of Bessie's recordings is I'm A Rollin', I'm A Rollin' (Everybody's A Rolling Stone). This owes a whole lot to something I played last year, Wade in the Water by St. James Missionary Baptist Church of Canton. Derivative or whatever, this is fantastic blues/gospel. Enjoy.
Jammed: 13th Jan 2015
by St Joseph Missionary Baptist Church of Canton
If you only know the slightly vanilla version by Ramsey Lewis this is a nice surprise. From the Alan Lomax archive, without which we would have lost a huge amount of irreplaceable music.
Jammed: 26th Jul 2014
by Fred McDowell
Jammed: 19th May 2014
by Pinetop Perkins, Eric Clapton, Nora Jean Bruso
Pinetop was still singing and playing at 97 years old. And doing both beautifully. He's in at least his 80s on this track.
Jammed: 4th May 2014
by Lonnie Donegan
There was more to Lonnie than just "My Old Man's a Dustman." He knew the blues better than any other Englishman of his generation. This is a word for word cover of a prison work gang recording.
Jammed: 28th Apr 2014
by Fedde Le Grand
Just had to play this. A friend found this while Googling the Corrs. Still took him a few minutes to fall in. And I love it.
Jammed: 1st Feb 2014
by Otis Redding
This is because Otis died today 10 th December 1967. But treat yourself when you can and listen to the Etta James version. Live, if you can find it. Fantastic.
Jammed: 10th Dec 2013
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