Top Three Songs Blues Music Instrumental

What are the best tracks of instrumental blues music? This is a great question. Blues and lyrics go together, but what if you just want the blues without all the words? With this question in mind I set out to find the best instrumental musical landscape buried in the blues. Here is my list of the best blues instrumental and a little history about the musicians who gave their lives.

Position # 1 on my card is blue instrumental “Juke” Little Walker. Little Walker, whose real name is Marion Walter Jacobs, is a well-known blues singer and harmonica player and respected guitar. It is one of the largest and has been compared with other great artists such as Charlie Parker and Jimi Hendrix. It changed people’s opinion on what they expect from a harmonica player, showing what was possible. In March 2008, he was placed in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in the category of passenger and was the only artist who comes to work with a harmonica.

Point # 2 on my card goes from blues instrumental “Hide Away” by Freddie King. Freddie King, also known as “The Texas Cannonball”, was a great blues guitarist and singer. His guitar style is based on Texas and Chicago influences he developed during his recording career twenty years. He has inspired many great musicians like Bill Freeman, Denny Campbell, and Jimmie Vaughan. He was also one of the first artists to have a multi-racial band on stage with him. Unfortunately, at the age of 42, the king died of heart failure Dec. 28, 1979.

Point No. 3 on my card will blues instrumental “Albatross” by Fleetwood Mac with Peter Green. Fleetwood Mac is a British rock band / USA began in 1967. Over the years, the band members came and went, but they were able to achieve some success. The only member of the group to stay throughout was drummer Mick Fleetwood. His most successful period was when they were led by guitarist Peter Green in 1960.

These are just some of my favorite pieces of instrumental music and are just scratching the surface of all instrumental blues there. I hope you enjoyed reading about them and challenge to go out and find some of your own and share them with the world. Until next time.

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