It’s impossible to underestimate what Cyril Davies and Alexis Korner achieved in those early days of the British Blues scene.
Credited to Little Walter & his Night Cats, the song was the first chart entry by the singer and distinctive harmonica man.
From a duet with Rosanne Cash to finding “the special parts” of “a really right-wing state”, ‘Oklahoma’ finds Keb’ Mo’ creating an of-the-moment classic.
The two-concert release will be available as a 2LP set and in digital video and audio.
The prolific blues writer had his only hit in his own name with a song he didn't write himself.
Nominated for a Grammy in 1995, the much-acclaimed album will be reissued by Craft Recordings on November 13.
The film and its Grammy-winning soundtrack turn 20 this year.
'I Put a Spell On You' and 'Pastel Blues' will be out on 180-gram vinyl through Verve/UMe's Acoustic Sounds on November 6.
A love-letter to the blues, Van Morrison’s 37th album, ‘Roll With The Punches’, is a hard-hitting album proving the Irish singer still has some fight left.
After the delayed success of 'Layla,' 1972 also brought a single from Eric’s self-titled debut solo album of two years before.
His third UK top ten album in a year proved just how successfully Mayall had taken blues to the British masses.
The work of John and Alan Lomax has been pivotal in understanding the history of the blues and its Black cultural offshoots and antecedents.
The famous Manchester R&B club reopened in its new location on September 18, 1965 with a visit from a favourite band.
Along with his beloved guitar 'Lucille', B.B. King brought the blues out of the margins and into the mainstream of America.
As he became an octogenarian, B.B. released the all-star album featuring Eric Clapton, Mark Knopfler, Elton John, Van Morrison and many more.
Gibson's on-going video series, 'The Collection' takes viewers on a deep dive into the extraordinary, personal guitar collections of music’s biggest artists.