Best Blues Rock Songs
Listen to him do this live at the el mocambo, he sings while playing behind his back
The live Version of red house in winter land is the best blues rock song ever period!
One of the best slide blues rock genre guitar songs ever.
I'm surprised red house isn't an option
Hendrix is shown me so man amozing things
Ultimate blues song, ultimate cruise song, and ultimate booze song
Really good but much better by The Jeff Healey Band.
Best Driving song, ever.
Best guitar solo I’ve heard
Wow. I love this so much.
Definitely blues, stolen outright from "You Need Love", written by Willie Dixon and recorded by Muddy Waters.
Just because some lyrics were stolen from a blues track, doesn't make it blues.
I wouldn't call it blues, more of a hard rock track, but it's a great song no doubt!
Great song but I thought Satisfaction would be number 1
@MontyPython - Led Zepp didn't steal only some lyrics but also the music.
Muddy Waters and Led Zeppelin are the best so that's it...good list.
''Clapton is God''
“Clapton is God”
“Clapton is God”
I love everything about this.
Great Song. Awesome!
Probably the best blues rock song from the greatest blues rock band of all time
Best song of led zeppelin,there is much feeling in it.
En mi punto de vista, es la mejor canción de rock blues de la historia, tiene tanto feeling, transmite tan bien las emociones, excelente letra y de la música ni hablar, podría ser el mejor solo de la historia también.
Great raw rock.
Utterly captivating from the first note to the last. Oozes more passion in one song than some artists show over their entire career
This is way more bluesy than Voodoo Child and especially Purple Haze. It needs more votes.
This song is addicting. You listen to it once and you can't stop. Awesome song by Kenny Wayne Shepherd!
Killer riff, 3 solos, Albert King is a guest musician who plays one of the solos. Find the video on YouTube to see all that.
Ha! I came here to add this.
Greatest rock talk box and slide guitar solo combination EVER
How this song didn't make on the list. Come one its blues rock.
No. This is soft rock. There is no blues progression in the song whatsoever.
Best of all blues rock.
Should be Top 5.