Cream – NSU
49 years ago today, Fresh Cream was released in the UK. Fueled by Ginger Baker, Jack Bruce and Eric Clapton, they were the first real rock super group. Most fans remember “I Feel Free” as the first track on the album, but it wasn’t even included on the UK release, but “NSU” sure was.
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Paul Nelson is a Renaissance Man. Singer, songwriter, producer, and guitarist, Nelson played with Johnny Winter and earned a Grammy Award for “Best Blues Album” as the Producer of Winter’s 2014 record Step Back. Nelson was also Executive Producer on the Johnny Winter documentary film Down and Dirty. He recently released a record with his band entitled Badass Generation with a sincere nod to the 70’s music that inspired him to pick up a guitar.
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The Rolling Stones – Blue & Lonesome Review
The Rolling Stones have gone back to their roots, their deep bluesy roots.
When the Stones broke through more than five decades ago, they were a bluesy outfit inspired by legendary bluesmen. They were fond of playing early hits from Willie Dixon, Jimmy Reed and Howlin’ Wolf, and actually featured covers from those artists on their debut album, The Rolling Stones.
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