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Lightnin' Hopkins
"Lightnin' And The Blues" - "Lightnin' Hopkins" - "Blues In My Bottle" - "Mojo Hand" - "Sings The Blues" - "Lightnin' Sam Hopkins" - "Country Blues" - "Last of the Great Blues Singers" - "Walkin’ This Road By Myself" - "Goin' Away" - "Lightnin' In New York" - "It's A Sin To Be Rich" - "Last Night Blues" - "Free Form Patterns" - ("The Prestige Recordings")
Blind Willie Johnson
"The Complete Blind Willie Johnson"
Muddy Waters
"Hoochie Coochie Man: Chess Masters" - "Complete Plantation Recordings 1941-42" - "Folk Singer" - "The Real Folk Blues" - "More Real Folk Blues" - "Hard Again" - "Can’t Get No Grindin’" - "I'm Ready" - "King Bee" - "Fathers And Sons" - "At Newport 1960"
John Lee Hooker
"Legendary Modern Recordings 1948-54 " - "The Complete 50's Chess Recordings" - " I'm John Lee Hooker" - "Endless Boogie" - "Travelin'" - "It Serves You Right To Suffer" - "Testament" - "The Complete Chess Folk Blues Sessions" - "Burnin'" - “Urban Blues” - "Folk Blues" - "That’s My Story" - "The Big Soul" - "Hooker 'N Heat" - "Don't Turn Me From Your Door" - " If You Miss 'Im...I Got 'Im"
Howlin' Wolf
"Moanin' In The Moonlight" - "Howlin' Wolf (The Rockin' Chair Album)" - "Big City Blues" - "The Real Folk Blues" - "The Back Door Wolf" - "The Howlin' Wolf Album"
Mississippi John Hurt
"The Complete 1928 Okeh Recordings" - "D.C. Blues: The Library Of Congress Recordings" - "Worried Blues"
Son House
"Clarksdale Moan 1930-1942" - "Father Of Folk Blues" - "The Vocal Intensity Of Son House"
Blind Willie McTell
"King Of The Georgia Blues"
Robert Johnson
"Complete Recordings"
Big Bill Broonzy
"Volume 3: The War And Postwar Years 1940-51" - "Part 2: 1937-40" - "All The Classic Sides 1928-37 " - "Big Bill Broonzy & Washboard Sam" - "The Bill Broonzy Story"
Sleepy John Estes
"I Ain't Gonna Be Worried No More" - "The Legend of Sleepy John Estes" - "Electric Sleep" - "Complete Recorded Works in Chronological Order, Vol. 1: 1927-1937" - "Complete Recorded Works in Chronological Order, Vol. 2: 1937-1941" - "Broke And Hungry (Ragged and Dirty, Too)"
Lead Belly
"American Folk & Blues Anthology" - "The Last Sessions 1948"
Mississippi Fred McDowell
"First Recordings" - "You Gotta Move" - "I Do Not Play No Rock 'N' Roll"
Skip James
"Special Rider Blues - Early Recordings 1931" - "Today!"
Big Maceo Merriweather
"Complete Recorded Works in Chronological Order Volume, vol. 1 & 2"
Rev. Gary Davis
"Gospel, Blues & Street Songs" - "Say No To The Devil" - "Pure Religion And Bad Company" - "A Little More Faith" - " Guitar & Banjo of Rev. Gary Davis" - "Harlem Street Singer" - "Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order (1935-1949)"
Willie Dixon
"Willie's Blues" - "I Am The Blues" - "Ginger Ale Afternoon (O.S.T.)"
Sonny Boy Williamson
"Down & Out Blues" - "None Below Zero" - "The Trumpet Record Singles" - "More Real Folk Blues"
Big Mama Thornton
"Ball n Chain" - "The Complte 1951-60" - "With The Muddy Waters Blues Band 1966" -"In Europe" - "Jail"
Charley Patton
"Down The Dirt Road Blues: 1929-1934 Wisconsin & New York Recordings"
Lonnie Johnson
"Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order Vol 3 ('27-28)" - "Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order Vol 4 ('28-29)" - "Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order Vol 5 ('29-30)" - "Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order Vol 6 ('30-31)" - "Complete Recorded Works In Cronological Order Vol 7 ('31-32)" - "Blues & Ballads"
Bukka White
"Complete Bukka White 1930-40" - "Memphis Hot Shots"
Furry Lewis
"Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order (1927-29)" - "Back On My Feet Again"
Tommy Johnson
"Complete Recordings In Chronological Order 1928-30"
Blind Blake
"The Best of Blind Blake"
T-Bone Walker
"1947-50" - "Complete 1950-54 Recordings" - "Singing The Blues"
Robert Pete Williams
"When A Man Takes The Blues" - "Poor Bob's Blues" - "Free Again" - "Louisiana Blues" - "Robert Pete Williams (1970)"
Buddy Guy
"First Time I Met The Blues 1958-63 Recordings" - "Sweet Tea" - "A Man and the Blues" - "Damn Right, I've Got the Blues" - " Slippin' In" - "Plays The Blues"
Big Joe Williams
"Shake Your Boogie" - "Blues On Highway 49" - "Don't Your Plums Look Mellow Hanging On Your Tree" - "Blues for 9 Strings" - "Studio Blues"
Memphis Slim
"The Blues Every Which Way" - "Songs Of Memphis Slim & Willie Dixon" - "At the Gate of the Horn" - "Soul Blues" - "Blue Memphis"
Albert King
"The Big Blues" - "Born Under A Bad Sign" - "I'll Play The Blues For You"
Scrapper Blackwell
"Mr. Scrapper's Blues" - "Blues Before Sunrise" - "Scrapper Blackwell Vol. 1 1928-1932"
Sonny Boy Williamson
Sonny Boy Williamson I (John Lee) "Blue Bird Blues" - "Sonny Boy Williamson Vol 1"
Champion Jack Dupree
"Jack Blues From The Gutter" - "Jack Dupree Shake Dance Blues" - "Natural & Soulful Blues"
B.B. King
"Singin' The Blues" - "The Blues" - "Live At The Regal" - "Completely Well" - "Indianola Mississippi Seeds" - "Live in Cook County Jail"
Junior Wells
"Hoodoo Man Blues" - "Southside Blues Jam" - "Blues Hit Big Town" - "Come On In This House" - "Cut That Out"
Bessie Smith
"Chattanooga Gal" - "The Complete Recordings, Vol. 1 & 2 "
Blind Lemon Jefferson
"King Of The Country Blues"
Jesse Fuller
"San Francisco Bay Blues" - "Jazz, Folk Songs, Spirituals & Blues" - "Jesse Fuller's Favorites" - "The Lone Cat"
Sonny Terry
"Down Home Blues" - "Whoopin' The Blues: The Capitol Recordings, 1947-50" - "Folk Songs of Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee"
Tommy McClennan
"The Bluebird Recordings 1939-1942"
Mississippi Joe Callicott
"Ain't A Gonna Lie To You" - "Presenting The Country Blues"
Clifford Gibson
"Beat You Doing It"
Elmore James
"Sky Is Crying : History of Elmore James" - "Blues After Hours"
Leroy Carr
"Sloppy Drunk"
Slim Harpo
"Excello Singles Anthology"
J.B. Lenoir
"Vietnam Blues" - "Alabama Blues" - "Down In Mississippi"
Junior Kimbrough
"Things Haven't Worked Out" - "First Recordings" - "All Night Long" - "Meet Me in the City"
R.L. Burnside
"Mississippi Hill Country Blues" - "First Recordings"
Luther Allison
"Bad News Is Coming" - "Live In Chicago" - "Luther's Blues" - " Blue Streak"
Johnny Winter
"The Progressive Blues Experiment" - "Johnny Winter"
Otis Rush
"Classic Cobra Recordings" - "Right Place, Wrong Time"
Robert Belfour
"What's Wrong With You" - "Pushin' My Luck"
Josh White
"Complete Recorded Works 1940-41" - "Complete Recorded Works 1944-45" - "Sings Ballads - Blues"
Robert Nighthawk
"Blues Story"
Barbecue Bob
"Chocolate To The Bone"
Johnny Shines
"Standing At The Crossroads" - "Evening Shuffle: Complete JOB 1952-53" - "Too Wet To Plow"
Jimmy Reed
"Found Love" - "Rockin’ With Jimmy Reed"
Ma Rainey
"Mother Of The Blues"
Memphis Minnie
"Queen Of The Blues" - "Hoodoo Lady" - "The Essential Recordings"
Henry Thomas
Texas Worried Blues: Complete Recorded Works 1927-29"
Otis Spann
"Good Morning Mr. Blues"
Brownie McGhee
"Brownie's Blues"
Ida Cox
64 Ida Cox
"Uncrowned Queen Of The Blues"
Freddie King
"Blues Guitar Hero: Influential Early" -
Frank Stokes
"The Best Of"
Gus Cannon
"1928-1930 Recordings"
Guitar Slim
"The Things I Used To Do"
Richard Brown
"Greatest Songsters 1927-29"
Sister Rosetta Tharpe
"Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order vol. 1 & 2" - "Gospel Train"
Kokomo Arnold
"Old Original Kokomo Blues"
John Mayall
"Bluesbreakers with Eric Clapton" - "A Hard Road" - "The Turning Point" - "Crusade" - "Usa Union"
Little Walter
"Rock Bottom"
Jeff Beck
"Truth"- "Beck-ola" - "Brush with the Blues"
Taj Mahal
"The Natch'l Blues" - "Taj Mahal"
Magic Sam
"West Side Soul" - "The Late Great Magic Sam" - "Black Magic"
Lightnin' Slim
"It's Mighty Crazy" - "Rooster Blues"
Victoria Spivey
"The Victoria Spivey Collection 1926-37"
Washboard Sam
"Collection 1935-53"
Lillian Glinn
"Lillian Glinn 1927-29"
Juke Boy Bonner
"Life Gave Me A Dirty Deal" - "I'm Going Back To The Country"
Roosevelt Sykes
"Collection 1929-47"
Stevie Ray Vaughan
"Essential Stevie Ray Vaughan And Double Trouble"
Sunnyland Slim
"Sunnyland Slim 1947-48"
Bo Diddley
"Bo Diddley" - "Have Guitar, Will Travel" - "Go Bo Diddley" - ("The Chess Box")
Jimmy Witherspoon
"Ain't Nobody's Business" - "Confessin' The Blues" - "Blowin' In From Kansas City"
Snooks Eaglin
"Country Boy Down In New Orleans" - "The Way It Is Money"
Louis Jordan
"The Absolutely Essential"
Professor Longhair
"House Party New Orleans Style"
Cephas & Wiggins
"Homemade" - "Bluesman"
Jimmy Rogers
"Chicago Bound"
Tampa Red
"It Hurts Me Too"
Percy Mayfield
"Walking On A Tightrope" - "Poet Of The Blues"
Snooky Pryor
"Pitch A Boogie"
Corey Harris
"Fish Ain't Bitin'" - "Greens From The Garden"
James Cotton
"Deep In The Blues"
Mem Shannon
"A Cab Driver's Blues" - "2nd Blues Album"
Julia Lee
"Kansas City's First Lady Of The Blues"
The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
"The Paul Butterfield Blues Band" - "East-West" - "In My Own Dream"
Robert Lockwood Jr.
"Complete Trix Recordings" - "Steady Rollin' Man"
Fenton Robinson
"Somebody Loan Me A Dime" - "I Hear Some Blues Downstairs"
J.B. Hutto
"Rock With Me Tonight" - "Hawk Squat"
Charlie Spand
"Dreaming The Blues"
The Animals
"The Complete Animals"
Ed Bell
105 Ed Bell
"Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order 1927-30: Mamlish Blues"
Magic Slim
"Spider In My Stew"
J.C. Burris
"Blues Professor"
Robert Petway
"Complete Recordings In Chronological Order (1941-42)"
Ray Charles
"The Genius Sings The Blues" - "The Blues Featuring Ray Charles"
Eddie Jones
"Yonder Go That Ol' Black Dog"
Carrie Smith
"When You're Down And Out" - "Confessin' The Blues"
Eddie Shaw
"Can't Stop Now"
Eddie C. Campbell
"King Of The Jungle"
Little George Smith
"Harmonica Ace"
Walter 'Buddy Boy' Hawkins
"The Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order (1927-29)"
Joe Pullum
"Joe Pullum Vol 1"
Jaybird Coleman
"Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order, 1927-1930"
Mama Yancey
"Maybe I'll Cry"
Buddy Moss
Koko Taylor
"Koko Taylor"
John Jackson
"Don't Let Your Deal Go Down"
Elmo Williams
"Takes One To Know One"
Johnny Copeland
"When The Rain Starts Fallin'"
"The Original Peacock Recordings"
Otis Taylor
"White African"
Guy Davis
126 Guy Davis
"Chocolate To The Bone" - "Call Down The Thunder"
Fleetwood Mac
"Mr. Wonderful"
Alvin Youngblood Hart
"Big Mama's Door"
Albert Collins
"Ice Pickin'"
Charles Brown
"A Life In The Blues"
Alec Seward
"Creepin' Blues"
Rory Gallagher
"Irish Tour '74" - "Live! In Europe"
Pink Anderson
"Carolina Bluesman Vol. 1"
Lowell Fulson
"The Complete Kent Recordings 1964–1968"
Billy Boy Arnold
"I Wish You Would"
Curtis Jones
"Lonesome Bedroom Blues 1937-1941"
Alexis Korner
"Blues Incorporated" - "R&B from the Marquee"
Phillip Walker
"Someday You'll Have These Blues"
Othar Turner
"Everybody Hollerin' Goat"
Jimmy Johnson
"Johnson’s Whacks"
 Kelly Joe Phelps
"Lead Me On" - "Western Bell" - "Roll Away the Stone"
"Heartbroken Man"
Sam Chatmon
Shemekia Copeland
Little Jimmy King
"Something Inside Of Me" - "Soldier For The Blues"
George Thorogood
Rory Block
"Gone Woman Blues"
Willie Anderson
''Swinging The Blues''
Eddy Clearwater
"Two Times Nine" - "Reservation Blues"
"Is Is What It Is" _ "Cypress Grove"
Roy Buchanan
"Roy Buchanan"
Big Joe Turner
"Boss Of The Blues" - "All The Classic Hits 1938-52"
Chicago Blues All Stars
''Loaded With The Blues''
Peg Leg Sam
"Medicine Show Man"
Nina Simone
"Sings The Blues"
Yank Rachell
Chicago Style
158 Odetta
"Sings Ballads And Blues" - "My Eyes Have Seen"
Johnny “Big Moose” Walker
"Rambling Woman"
Johnny Heartsman
Lonesome Sundown
"Been Gone Too Long"
Leon Redbone
"Double Time"
Watermelon Slim
"Up Close & Personal"
Joe Bonamassa
"Dust Bowl"
Charlie Musselwhite
"Stand Back"
Walter Trout
"Battle Scars"
Valerie Wellington
"Million Dollar Secret"

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Giuda danzereccio, che lavoro appassionato. Complimenti veramente!
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JonatanCoe: Mi ha sconvolto a tal punto da cliccare Bel sul mio commento!
Mr Wolf: Ahah… Sì, sono malato.
Bella classifica!cambierei qualche posto ma in generale sono d'accordo!
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Mr Wolf: Leggo solo ora, grazie Mojo, è chiaro che una classifica lascia sempre il tempo che trova, anche perché in certi casi oltre alla qualità musicale e affinità artistiche subentra l'affetto per un artista. Cioè se uno mi dice: io al posto di Lightnin' Hopkins metteri John Lee Hooker o Blind Willie Johnson o Robert Johnson non mi stupirei, tolto che per me i primi 20 potrebbero essere tutti tranquillamente al n°1.

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