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So soothing. - BrianScott01
Freddie's the best of the Three Kings for me. - BrianScott01
There's a little sumpin' to be said bout that harp player, too. Know what I mean?
Mike Bloomfield absolutely nails the guitar on this track. - BrianScott01
So difficult to choose. It all depends on my mood. This is so catchy and you're absolutely right about Bloomfield.
Another day, another mood and I would definitely go for SRV's Lenny. All the tracks mentioned in this list are great! Oh, also love Otis Rush's I Wonder Why. - Britgirl
I'm in my garden (late evening) watching the sun going down above the trees, enjoying the light breeze in the air while this gem is playing quietly around me. That guitar sounds even more incredible right now than it does any other time I've listened to it. It's beautiful.
While I have a slight bias in favor of Jimi's original, this is some of the best jazz-blues riffin' you'll ever hear, bar none. Damn mountain.
That guitar...! Oh... - Britgirl
Pure guitar instrumental workout. She's incredible. - Britgirl
I think Peter Green was influenced by this when he wrote Albatross. They sound quite similar. Or at least to my ears they do. - Britgirl
That harmonica is so hauntingly soothing. - Britgirl
Excellent harmonica. - Britgirl
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