Blues index

Since March 13th, 2012, I’ve been archiving The Record Collection. Here is a listing of the Blues, R&B, Cajun and Zydeco albums that I’ve archived so far. I’ve also listed my Australian blues albums

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5 Cent Coffee: Bourbon & Beans – She Should’a Had a Shot of Shine |

A:

Pink Anderson: vol. 1: Carolina Bluesmanvol.2: Medicine Show Man – vol.3: Ballad & Folksinger – Carolina Medicine Show Hokum and Blues |
Reverend Gary Davis, Pink Anderson: Gospel, Blues and Street Songs |
Steve Arvey: Soul of a Man  |

B:

Etta Baker: Etta Baker with Taj Mahal – One-dime Blues |
LaVern Baker: Blues side of Rock ‘n’ Roll – LaVern Baker sings Bessie Smith  |
Hank Ballard: Sexy Ways |
Barbecue Bob:  Chocolate To The Bone  –  Complete Recorded Works 1928-1930, vol 3  |
Carey Bell: Mellow Down Easy  |  Eric Bibb: Good Stuff  |
Eric Bibb: Diamond Days |
Big Maybelle (Smith): Blues, Candy & Big Maybelle  – Maybelle sings the Blues  – The Complete Okeh Sessions (1952-55) – The Rojac Years  |
Rory Block: Angel of Mercy – High Heeled Blues  |
Michael Bloomfield: AnalineMichael Bloomfield |
Mike Bloomfield, Al Kooper, Stephen Stills: Super Session |
Michael Bloomfield, John Paul Hammond, Dr. John: Triumvirate  |
Randall Bramblett & Geoff Achison: Jammin’ In The Attic  |

John Brim: Complete Recordings 1950-71 |
Elmore James, John Brim: Whose Muddy Shoes |
John Brim, Little Hudson: The JOB Series vol. 5  |
Big Bill Broonzy: – Do That Guitar Rag (1928-35) – Good Time Tonight – The Young Big Bill Broonzy (1928-35)  |
Charles Brown:  All My Life  –  Just A Lucky So And So  |
Roy Brown: Good Rocking Tonight |
Ruth Brown: Mama, He Treats Your Daughter Mean – Ruth Brown  1949-1950  |
Roy Buchanan: Hot Wires  |

The Paul Butterfield Blues Band:  The Paul Butterfield Blues Band  |
The Butterfield Blues Band:  East-West  –  The Resurrection of Pigboy Crabshaw  –  In My Own Dream  –  Keep on Moving  |

C:

J.J. Cale: Anyway the Wind Blows (The Anthology)Naturally… – Special Edition – The Road to Escondido – Troubadour  |
John Campbell: Howlin’ Mercy  |
Canned Heat:  Let’s Work Together  –  Uncanned!  |
Carolina Chocolate Drops: Dona Got A Ramblin’ Mind – Genuine Negro Jig – Heritage  |
Bo Carter: Twist It Babe  |
Joe Carter: Mean and Evil Blues  |
Catl.: Soon This Will All Be Gone  |
The Chambers Brothers: Feelin’ the Blues  |
Nick Charles [Aust]: New Kind of Feeling |
Ray Charles: Ray Charles at Newport – The Genius After Hours – The Genius of Ray Charles – The Genius of Ray Charles (compilation) – The Genius Sings the Blues – The Great Ray Charles  |
Clifton Chenier: Frenchin’ The Boogie – Zydeco Dynamite (The Clifton Chenier Anthology)[Rhino]  |
Chicken Shack: Complete Blue Horizon Sessions – Chicken Shack – the collection  |

Eric Clapton:  24 Nights  – 461 Ocean  Boulevard – Another Ticket – Backtrackin’ – From The Cradle – I Still Do [Japan edition] – Slowhand  |
Jon Cleary: Alligator Lips & Dirty Rice |
Jon Cleary and The Absolute Monster Gentlemen: Jon Cleary and The Absolute Monster Gentlemen  |
Ry Cooder:  Boomer’s Story – Bop Till You Drop – Borderline –  Chicken Skin Music –  Crossroads -soundtrack  – Get Rhythm – Into The Purple ValleyJazzParadise and Lunch – Paris, Texas -soundtrack  –  River Rescue – Ry Cooder – The Slide Area  |
Elizabeth Cotten: Shake Sugaree  |
Robert Cray: Strong Persuader |
The Robert Gray Band: Don’t be Afraid of the Dark  |
Papa John Creach: Papa John Creach  |

Arthur ‘Big Boy’ Crudup: Mean ol’ Frisco – That’s All Right Mama  |
King Curtis: Trouble in Mind  |

D:

Barbara Dane: Barbara Dane & the Chambers Brothers – Trouble in Mind – When I Was a Young Girl  |
Reverend Gary Davis: Say No To The Devil |
Reverend Gary Davis, Pink Anderson: Gospel, Blues and Street Songs  |
Spencer Davis, Peter Jameson: It’s Been So Long  |
Derek and The Dominos: Layla and other assorted loves songs  |
Sugar Pie deSanto: Go Go Power (The Compete Chess Singles 1961-1966) |
Devil in a Woodpile: Devil in a Woodpile  |
Bo Diddley: Got My Own Bag of Tricks – The Black Gladiator – The Chess Box  |
Willie Dixon:  I Am The Blues  –  The Big Three Trio  |
Dr. Feelgood:  Stupidity  –  Brilleaux  |
Champion Jack Dupree: Champion Jack Dupree – Two Classic Albums Plus  |

E:

The East River String Band: Sweet East River |
Eden & John’s East River String Band: Drunken Barrel House Blues |
Sleepy John Estes: I Ain’t Gonna Be Worried No More  |
Terry Evans: Blues for Thought  |

F:

The Fabulous Thunderbirds:  Hot Stuff  –  Portfolio  –  The Fabulous Thunderbirds  |
John Fahey: Blind Joe Death – Live in Tasmania  – The Transfiguration of Blind Joe Death  |
The Five (“5”) Royales: Monkey Hips and Rice |
Fleetwood Mac: The Original Fleetwood Mac – Then Play On [UK]  |
Blind Boy Fuller: East Coast Piedmont Style  |
Jesse Fuller: Frisco Bound  |
Lowell Fulson: Chicago Golden Years 7  |

G:

William Galison & Madeleine Peyroux: Got You on My Mind  |
Rory Gallagher: Big Guns (the very best of) – Blueprint  – Calling Card  – Irish Tour ’74 – Jinx –  Tattoo – Wheels within Wheels  |
the Great Metropolitan Steam Band: The Great Metropolitan Steam Band |
Peter Green: Blue Guitar – Legend – The Anthology  |
Buddy Guy:  The Treasure Untold: Charly Blues Masterworks vol 11  –  Damn Right , I’ve Got The Blues  |
Buddy Guy & Junior Wells:  Alone & Acoustic  |

H:

John Hammond, Jr.:  Frogs For Snakes  –  Got Love If You Want It – John Hammond – Nobody But You – The Best of John Hammond  –  Trouble No More  |
John Paul Hammond: I’m Satisfied  |
Wynonie Harris: Bloodshot Eyes |
Screamin’ Jay Hawkins: Frenzy – The Singles Collection  |
Ted Hawkins:  Happy Hour  –  Watch Your Step  |
The Jeff Healey Band: See The Light  | 
Jimi Hendrix: :Blues  |

Billie Holiday: Billie Holiday (1933-36) – Billie Holiday with the Ellingtonians 1935-37 – History of Jazz: 10 Fabulous Recordings of the FortiesHoliday TracksLady Sings The Blues – Music for Torching – Solitude – Stay with MeStoryville Club Sessions [complete] – Summertime  – The Complete Decca Recordings (1944-50) – The Essential Billie Holiday [Carnegie Hall Concert Recorded Live (Nov-10-1956)] – The Lady Sings [Box set] – Velvet Mood – Verve Jazz Masters 12  |
Jimmy ‘Duck’ Holmes: All Night Long  |

John Lee Hooker:  Alone vol 01  –  House of The Blues  –  No Friend Around  –  Sittin’ Here Thinkin’  –  The Best of John Lee Hooker – The Healer |
Hoosegow: Mighty  |
The Hopkins Brothers: Lightning, Joel and John Henry  |
Lightnin’ Hopkins:  Autobiography in Blues  –  Blues In My Bottle  –  Coffee House Blues  –  Lightnin’ Hopkins [archive folk] – Lightnin’ Hopkins [Folkways] –  Portrait  –  The Texas Bluesman  |
Son House: Father of the Delta Blues  |

Howlin’ Wolf:  His Greatest Sides, vol 01  –  Howlin’ Wolf / Moanin’ in the Moonlight  –  Howlin’ Wolf / Red Rooster [Double Play] – The London Howlin’ Wolf Sessions [deluxe edition]  |
Alberta Hunter: Chicago -The Living Legends  |
John Hurt:  The Best of Mississippi John Hurt  –  Today!  |
J.B. Hutto and The Hawks: Hawk SquatMasters of Modern Blues  |

IJ:

Elmore James: The Elmore James Story  |
Elmore James, John Brim: Whose Muddy Shoes  |
Etta James: At Last! – Etta James Rocks The House  |
Homesick James: Blues on the South Side  |
Marion James: Northside Soul  |
Skip James: Devil Got My Woman  |
Steve James: American Primitive  |
Blind Lemon Jefferson:  1926-1929 vol 2   –  King of the Country Blues  |
Little Willie John: Fever |
Blind Willie Johnson: Sweeter As The Years Go By  |
Johnnie Johnson:  Johnnie B. Bad  –  Johnnie Be Back  –  That’ll Work  |
Lonnie Johnson: Steppin’ on the Blues  |
Robert Johnson:  King of The Delta Blues Singers  –  The Complete Recordings  |

K:

Jo Ann Kelly: Blues & Gospel – Jo Ann Kelly – Tramp 1974 – Jo Ann Kelly, Peter Emery: Do It  |
Albert King: The Ultimate Collection [Rhino 1993]  |
B.B. King: B.B. King [crown] – Singin’ the Blues / The Blues – The Great B.B. King  |
Freddy King: Freddy King Sings/Let’s Hide Away and Dance Away – Hide Away  |
Alexis Korner:  Me  –  R&B From The Marquee  |

L:

Hugh Laurie: Didn’t it RainLet Them Talk  |
Leadbelly:  Huddie Ledbetter  –  Leadbelly’s Last Sessions:  part 1  –  part 2  –  part 3  –  part 4  |
Chuck Leavell: Back To The Woods – Forever Blue (solo piano) |
J.B. Lenoir: Mama, Watch Your Daughter  |
LeRoi Brothers: Check This Action!  |
Mance Lipscomb: Texas Songster – Texas Songster vol 2  |
Professor Longhair: Crawfish Fiesta – House Party New Orleans Style  |
Buddy Lucas All-stars: Shake Rock Rattle and Roll  |

M:

Magic Slim: Alone & Unplugged  |
Magic Slim & the Teardrops: Grand SlamSnakebite  |
Taj Mahal:  Blue Light Boogie  –  Phantom Blues  –  Taj  –  The Legendary Taj Mahal  |
Taj Mahal, V.M. Bhatt, N. Ravikiran: Mumtaz Mahal  |
Harry Manx:  Dog My Cat  –  Wise And Otherwise  |
Bob Margolin: Down In The Alley  |
John Mayall: A Banquet In Blues – Back to the Roots – New Year, New Band, New Company – Notice To Appear – Ten Years Are Gone – The Turning Point |
Fred McDowell:  Mississippi Fred McDowell [archive folk]  –  The Alan Lomax Recordings  –  You Gotta Move  |
Brownie McGhee: Brownie’s Blues  |
Brownie McGhee with Elmer Lee Thomas Blues Revue: Brownie’s Blues  |
Sticks McGhee: Sticks McGhee 1947-1951  |

Blind Willie McTell:  1927-1933 -The Early Years  –  1927-1935 -Doing That Atlanta Strut  |
Jack McVea and His All Stars: Open The Door, Richard!  |
Memphis Jug Band, Cannon’s Jug Stompers: Memphis Jug Band (1927, 1928) – Memphis Jug Band (1928,1929) – Memphis Jug Band (1927-1930) – Gus Cannon’s Jug Stompers (1928)  |
Memphis Minnie: Hoodoo Lady (1933-1937)  |
Memphis Slim: The Memphis Slim Story  |
Amos Milburn: Drinking with Amos  |
The Mississippi Sheiks: Stop and Listen  |
Keb’ Mo’:  Just Like You  –  Keb’ Mo’  |
Joe Morris Orchestra: Fly Mister Fly  |
Jelly Roll Morton:  Jelly Roll Morton  –  Mamie’s Blues (The Library of Congress Recordings, vol 07)  |
Charlie Musselwhite: Memphis Charlie  |

NO:

Shuggie Otis: Here Comes Shuggie Otis / Freedom Flight (2003)  |

P:

The Paladins:  Let’s Buzz  –  Ticket Home  |
Charley Patton: Founder of the Delta Blues – Screamin’ and Hollerin’ the Blues [2001]  |
Charlie Patton: Primeval Blues, Rags, and Gospel Songs  |
Doc Pomus: Send for the Doctor (1944-55)  |

Q:

Doug Quattlebaum: Softee Man Blues  |

R:

Ma Rainey: Ma Rainey [milestone] – Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom  |
Bonnie Raitt: Nick Of Time  |
Lou Rawls: Black and Blue / Tobacco Road  |
Jimmy Reed: Bright Lights, Big City -Charly Blues Masterworks vol.17  |
Bob Riedy Blues Band: just off Halsted  |
Rising Sons: Rising Sons  |
Paul Rodgers: Muddy Water Blues  |
Jimmy Rogers: Hard Working Man -Charly Blues Masterworks vol 3  |
Roy Rogers & Norton Buffalo: Travellin’ Tracks  |
Steve Roux: Steve Roux  |

S:

Saffire -The Uppity Blues Women: Hot Flash  |
Steven Seagal: Mojo Priest |
Son Seals: Living in the Danger Zone  |
Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band: Trouble Is…  |
Bessie Smith: Empress of The Blues  – Empress of the Blues (vol 02) – The Complete Recordings [Columbia] [01]/[02]/[03]/[04]/[05] – The World’s Greatest Blues Singer  |
Big Bad Smitty: Mean Disposition  |
Otis Spann: Otis Spann [archive folk] – Walkin’ the Blues  |
Victoria Spivey: Complete Recorded Works in chronological order (1926-37)  |
Stone The Crows: Live Crows (Montreux 1972) – Ode To John LawOntinuous Performance – Stone The Crows – Teenage Licks  |

T:

Tampa Red: Don’t Tampa with the Blues  |
Taste: Live Taste – Pop History vol 11  |
Hound Dog Taylor: Hound Dog Tayor and the Houserockers  |
Koko Taylor: Complete Early Recordings (1963-71) – Deluxe Edition (Alligator Years 75-99) – I Got What It Takes (1975) –  Queen of The Blues  |
Susan Tedeschi: Back to the River – Just Won’t Burn  |
Ten Years After: Portfolio  |
Sonny Terry:  I Think I Got The Blues  – The Folkways Years, 1944-1963  |
Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee: Midnight Special  –  Sonny & Brownie  |

Big Mama Thornton:  Ball n’ Chain   –  Stronger Than Dirt / The Way It Is  |
Ali Farka Toure with Ry Cooder: Talking Timbuktu  |
Big Joe Turner: Pablo Sessions (1972-1978)  |
Big Joe Turner, Roomful of Blues: Blues Train  |
Ike Turner and the Kings of Rhythm: Hey Hey  |

UV:

Various Artists: 

A History of The Blues  |

A New Kind of Mambo:
01/Stompin’ Rhumbas – 02/Havana Hop – 03/Jungle Dreams – 04/Hey Senorita – 05/Mambo Diablo – 06/Tequila Slammers – 07/Louisiana 3 A.M. – 08/Loose Caboose – 09/Crazy Blues – 10/Nitty Gritty –
11/Shufflin’ Hungarians – 12/Dynamite at Midnight – 13/Garage Cha-Cha-Cha Unknowns – 14/Too Much Tequila – 15/Why Wait – 16/Showstoppin’ Bugaloo – 17/Mexicali Baby – 18/Love Charms – 19/Cha Cha La Negra – 20/Pow Wow –
21/It’s Shakin’ Time – 22/In The Night – 23/That’s What I Want – 24/Ritmo Caliente!! – 25/Boogaloo Girl – 26 /Anna Macora – 27/Mambo Uproar – 28 /Camel Walk – 29 /Sticky!! – 30/Afrodesiac Jazz –
31/Tow Way Poc Way – 32/More Salsa!! – 33/Voodoo Plan – 34/Fantasia –  35/Blues For Cuba – 36/Room To Rumba – 37/Egyptian Cha-Cha – 38/Me Gusto – 39/Wild Steak – 40/Jumpin’ In Instanbul –
41/Shake Dance – 42/Can’t Stop Lovin’ – 43/ Leavin’ Here – 44/Rascals Got Fire – 45/Because You’re Mine – 46/Cuban Cafe – 47/Ritual Dance – 48/Hong Kong Mississippi – 49/Viva Zapata! – 50/Temptation –
51/Harlem in Habana – 52/Mexican Vodka! – 53/Jungle Voodoo – 54/Guajira con Rocanrol – 55/Midnight Happenings – ?  |

Ain’t Times Hard |
Alligator Records 20th Anniversary Collection |
American Primitive |
Atlantic Rhythm & Blues 1947-1974: [vol 1 (1947-1952)]/[vol 2 (1952-1955)]/[vol 2 cd]/[vol 3 (1955-1957)]/[vol 3 cd]/[vol 4 (1957-1960)]/[ vol 5 (1961-1965)]/[vol 6 (1965-1967)]/[vol 7 (1967-1969)]/[vol 8 (1970-1974)] |
Before the Blues:  vol 01  –  vol 02  –  vol 03  |
Blowing The Blues (A History of Blues Harmonica)  |
Blowing the Fuse: R&B Classics That Rocked The Jukebox In … [1945]/[1946]/[1947]/[1948]/[1949]/[1950]/[1951]/[1952]/[1953]/[1954]/[1955]/[1956]/[1957]/[1958]/[1959]/[1960]  |
Blues For Your Pocket  |
Blues Harp Women
Blues In The Mississippi Night  |
Blues Masters, vol 15: Slide Guitar Classics  |
Bump Jump Jive [series 01-14] |
Cajun Classics: The Kings of Cajun – at their (Very) Best  |

The Capitol Blues Collection: [01]/[02]/[03]/[04]/[05]/[06]/[07]/[08]/[09]/[10]/[11]/[12]/[13]/[14]/[15]/[16]/[17]/[18(reconstruction)]/[19]/[20] /[21]/[22]/[23]   |
Canned Heat Blues: Masters of the Delta Blues  |
Carolina Blues (1937-1947)  |
Complete History of the Blues 1920-62 (2015) |
Depression Blues- Nobody Knows You When Down |
Chess Divas  |  Depression Blues [nobody knows you when you’re down and out]  |
Essential Alabama Blues  |
Exotic Blues & Rhythm [series 01-04] |
Genuine HouseRockin’ Music: [vol 01]/[vol 02]/[III]/[IV]/[V] |
Good for What Ails You (Music from Medicine Shows 1926-1937)  |
Good Time Blues  |

Ham Hocks and Cornbread |
Hard Times Come Again No More: [vol 1]/[vol 2]  |
History of New Orleans Rhythm & Blues [01]/[02]/[03]  |
History of Rhythm and Blues Vocal Groups  |
Hollywood Blues (1948-53) |
I Can’t Be Satisfied [01 (Country)]/[02 (Town)]  |
If I Had My Way: A Cigar Box Guitar Tribute to Blind Willie Johnson  |
Jukebox Mambo [vol 1]/[vol 2]  |
Let Me Squeeze Your Lemon (The Ultimate Rude Blues Collection) |
Lost & Found: Real R’n’B & Soul  |
M for Mississippi -OST  |
M for Mississippi -OST (more)  |
Masters of the Cigar Box Guitar: Live 2005  |
Mississippi Blues  |
Mississippi Jook Joint Blues (1938-1941)  |
New Orleans Gris Gris (Voodoo Grooves from the Crescent City)  |
People Take Warning! |
Prison Songs: vol 1 (Murderous Home) – vol 2 (Don’tcha Hear Poor Mother Calling?) – Murderers’ Home [nex]  |
Raunchy Business- Hot Nuts & Lollypops  |
Sinners & Saints (1926-1931)  |
Slavery in America (Redemption Songs 1914-1972) |
Stompin’ At The Savoy – The Original Indie-Label 1944-1961  |
Swinging on the Golden Gate |

The Allen Toussaint Touch  |
The Alligator Records 20th Anniversary Collection  |
The American Folk Blues Festival 1962-1966: vol 1vol 2vol 3  |
The Best of Chess:  Blues  –  Rhythm & Blues  |
The Best of Chicago Blues  |
The Blues – A Real Summit Meeting  |
The Blues Box  |
The  Blues Story  |
The Finest Of Folk Bluesmen  |
The Great Blues Men  |
The Guitar Album  |
The Paramount Masters: CD ACD BCD CCD D  |
The Rural Blues – A Study of the Vocal and Instrumental Resources  |
The Story of the Blues:   vol 01  –  vol 02  |
Times Ain’t Like They Used To Be: Early American Rural Music – [vol 01]/[vol 02]/[vol 03]/[vol 04]/[vol 05]/[vol 06]/[vol 07]/[vol 08]  |
Voodoo Blues [Saga Blues 30]  |

Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble:  Couldn’t Stand The Weather – In step – Live Alive – Soul To Soul – Texas Flood – The Sky is Crying  |
Eddie ‘Cleanhead’ Vinson & Roomful of Blues: Eddie ‘Cleanhead’ Vinson & Roomful of Blues – Jamming The Blues  |

W: 

T-Bone Walker: Everytime (A ‘Proper Records’ introduction to T-Bone Walker) – I Get So Weary – I Get So Weary/Singing the Blues – Stormy Monday – T-Bone Shuffle (Charly Blues Masterworks vol 14) – The Bluesway Sessions – The Complete Capitol / Black & White Recordings – The Complete Recordings of T-Bone Walker (1940-54) – Very Rare  |
Little Walter: Boss Blues Harmonica  |
Billy Ward: Sixty Minute Men |
Muddy Waters: at Newport 1960 – Fathers and Sons – Hard Again – Muddy ‘Mississippi’ Waters Live  |
Junior Wells: Better Off with the Blues  |
Bukka White: Sky Songs  |
Tony Joe White: The Best of Tony Joe White  |
Chris Whitley: Living With The Law  |
Sheila Wilcoxson: Backwater Blues  |
The Wild Tchoupitoulas: The Wild Tchoupitoulas  |

Robert Wilkins: The Original Rolling Stone  |
Joe Williams: Every Day (the Best of the Verve Years) |
Robert ‘Pete’ Williams: l Blues de Robert ‘Pete’ WilliamsLouisiana Blues  |
John Lee ‘Sonny Boy’ Williamson I: The Right Kind of Life  |
Sonny Boy Williamson II (Rice Miller): Studio Sessions (1951-64) – The Sonny Boy Williamson Story  |
Sonny Boy Williams II (Rice Miller) and The Yardbirds: Live at The Crawdaddy Club  |
Kim Wilson: Tigerman  |
U.P. Wilson: Boogie Boy!  |
Johnny Winter:  Johnny Winter – Second Winter [Legacy] – Step Back – The Woodstock Experience – White, Hot & Blue  |
Jimmy Witherspoon:  Midnight Lady Called The Blues  –  Jimmy Witherspoon Sings The Blues with Panama Francis & The Savoy Sultans  –  Spoon So Easy  |

X: Y:

Johnny Young: Chicago Blues  |

Z:

Buckwheat Zydeco: The Buckwheat Zydeco Story  |

Australian Blues

A:

Geoff Achison:  Classically Blue  –  Genevieve  –  Mystery Train  |
Kelly Auty: Mademoiselle Chante |

B:

The Backsliders:  Hellhound  –  Live At The Royal  –  Wide Open  |
Mr Black & Blues (Michael Pollitt): Blow These Tracks  |
Blue Heat:  Marooned  |
Bondi Cigars: After Closing Time – Bad Weather Blues  –  Bondi Cigars – Got The News – Mercy  |
Fiona Boyes: Blues in My Heart – gimme some… Sweet Jelly Roll  |
Bramblett-Achison: Jammin’ in the Attic |
Alex Burns & Nick Charles:  Cordially Yours  –  The Road More Travelled  |

C:

Chain: History of Chain [2013] – Toward The Blues [30th Anniversary edition] – Two of a Kind  |
Nick Charles: All About Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee – New Kind of Feeling |
Collard Greens & Gravy: More Gravy!Silver Bird  |
Andy Cowan: After The Rain  |

D:

Damon Davies: Ride This Train  |
Dan Dinnen: Last Thing On My Mind  |

E:

Mal Eastick:  The Southern Line  |

FG:

G Men: Red Dirt Blues  |
Renee Geyer: Blues License – It’s a Man’s Man’s World – Ready to Deal | |
The Giants:  Live At Broadford  |
Ash Grunwald: Give Signs – I don’t Believe – Introducing Ash Grundwald  |

H:

The Hippos: Hippocracy  |
Dave Hole:  Short Fuse Blues  –  Steel on Steel  –  The Plumber  –  Working Overtime   |
The Hoochie Coochie Men: The Hoochie Coochie Men  |

IJKL:

Jeff Lang:  Whatever Makes You Happy |
Lil’ Fi & the Delta Rhythm Kings: Yip-Yah!  |

M:

Phil Manning:  Can’t Stop  –  The Back Shed – The Essential Acoustic Collection |
Kate Meehan: As Long As I’ve Sung The Blues  |
The Mojos: Sassy Mama  |

NO:  P:

The Paramount Trio: Step it up and go  |

Q:  R:

Rocket 88: Monkey Doin’ Woman  |

S:

Salty Dog: Lose These Blues – Salty Dog are Mudsteppin’ – Slap That Thing  |
Matt Southon: Australian Verandah Blues  |
C.W. Stoneking: C.W Stoneking – Gon’ Boogaloo – Jungle Blues – King Hokum  |

T:

Ten Cent Shooters: The Ten Cent Shooters  |
Dutch Tilders:  Eureka Files 1975-1980  – Going on a Journey –  Live at the Station Hotel – The Blues is My Life  |

U:  V:

Various Artists:

Bluesfest: The Album (2004) – Sampler (2013) – Bluesfest 2015 |
Deep South: South Australian Rhythm and Blues  |
Real Australian Blues vol 01  |

W:

Matt Walker: Matt Walker & Friends Live at Rainbow Hotel  |
The Warner Brothers: Talking In Your Sleep  |
Chris Wilson: Flying Fish – Short Cool Ones |
Chris Wilson & Geoff Achison: Box of Blues  |

X: YZ:

Ivan Zar: Track Me Down  |

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