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Some, But Not All Of The Basic Subsidiary Styles (Genres) Of Blues Are:
Blues/Rock, Chicago Blues, Country Blues, Delta Blues,
East Coast Blues, Folk, Harmonica Blues, Louisiana Blues, Modern Electric Blues,
Texas Blues And West Coast Blues.

Blues Q - Z
Song Title Size Performed By Sequencer
Ray's Blues 35kb
3.02mpt
Composed By Ray Charles In 1961
Miles Black (90's Style)
60's++, Blues, Early R&B, Light Jazz, Piano Blues, Urban Blues
Josef Huber
Rise Up

    Added 01/16/19
28kb
4:02mpt
Karaoke
Andra Day (2015)
Words & Music by Cassandra Monique Batie & Jennifer Decilveo
From The Album "Cheers To The Fall". At the 2016 Grammy Awards, the album was nominated for Best R&B Album and the album's main single, "Rise Up", was nominated for Best R&B Performance.
Soul, R&B, Blues
Geoffrey Carter
Midkar Member
Rock Me Baby 126kb
3.09mpt
Composed By Riley B King, aka B.B. King
B.B. King (Upbeat Style)
60's++, Blues, Blues Standards, R&B
E. F. "Gene" Petro
aka "Doc Doc"
San-Ho-Zay And Sen-Sa-Shun Medley 85kb
3.30mpt
Composed By Freddie King And Sonny Thompson
Performed by Freddie King
60's, Blues, Electric Blues, Electric Texas Blues, Guitar Instrumentals, Modern Electric Blues, R&B
Dale Aston
aka "OnNTwo"
Save Me

    Added 01/16/19
43kb
2:20mpt
Karaoke
Aretha Franklin (1967)
Words & Music by Curitis Ousley
From The Album "I Never Loved A Man The Way I Loved You". Part of Aretha Franklin's legendary album I Never Loved A Man The Way I Loved You, the composer credit on this song goes to Franklin with her sister (and backup singer) Carolyn and sax player King Curtis. The song, however, is basically a rewrite of the 1966 track "Help Me" by the R&B singer Ray Sharpe, who wrote the song with Curtis and performed it with the King Curtis Orchestra. Also on that original recording: Jimi Hendrix, who played guitar in Sharpe's band.
Soul, R&B
Geoffrey Carter
Midkar Member
Sending Me Angels 28kb
3.44mpt
Composed By Frankie Miller And Jerry Lynn Williams
Delbert McClinton, Kathy Mattea, Vince Gill, LeRoy Parnell, Bonnie Tyler And Others
90's+, Americana, Blues-Rock, Christian, Country/Rock, Inspirational, Love Songs, Modern Electric Blues, Pop/Rock
Bobby Keyes &
Gale Bass
aka "RimFire"
Shades Of Blue 17kb
3.19mpt
A Pretty, Original, Blues, MIDI Instrumental From Bill With Some Great Alto Sax Solo's
Blues, Originals, Soft/Rock
Bill Dickson
Since I Met You Baby 35kb
3.50mpt
W&M By Ivory Joe Hunter
Ivory Joe Hunter, Bill Anderson, José Feliciano, Narvel Felts, Freddy Fender & Many More
50's, Ballads, Country/Blues, Love Songs, Piano Blues, R&B
Chuck Duklis
Singing The Blues
    Added 01/09/16
45kb
2:24mpt
Guy Mitchell (1956)
R&R, Big Band, Traditional Pop, Country
Gary Rogers
Midkar Member/Moderator
Singing The Blues

    Added 01/16/19
30kb
2:05mpt
Karaoke
Gail Davies (1983)
Words & Music by Melvin Endsley (1956)
Her next studio album Givin' Herself Away was issued in February 1982. It included the top-ten single, "Round the Clock Lovin" and a cover of Marty Robbins' "Singing the Blues", which reached the country top twenty.
Country, Folk
Ted Keener
Somebody (Loan Me A Dime)
   Added 06/18/14
23kb
3:00mpt
Karaoke
W&M by Fenton Robinson
Somebody Loan Me a Dime is a 1974 studio album by blues singer and guitarist Fenton Robinson, his debut under the Alligator Records imprint. Blending together some elements of jazz with Chicago blues and Texas blues, the album was largely critically well received and is regarded as important within his discography. Among the album's tracks is a re-recording of his 1967 signature song, "Somebody Loan Me a Dime", which has become a blues standard. It has been reissued multiple times in the United States and Japan, including with bonus tracks.
Blues
Geoffrey Carter
Midkar Member
Soul Man
    Added 01/09/16
39kb
2:36mpt
Sam & Dave (1967)
Soul
Gary Rogers
Midkar Member/Moderator
St. Louis Blues 15kb
4.32mpt
Composed By W. C. Handy In The Early 1920's
W. C. Handy And Numerous Others
20's, Blues, Easy Listening, Jazz, Piano Blues
Bob Mace
Midkar Member
Still Got The Blues (For You)
  "Version 1"
88kb
6.16mpt
Composed By Gary Moore
90's, Blues, Blues-Rock, Electric Blues, Soft Rock
Barry Heard, Jillianne Jones & Josh Neumann
Midkar Members
Still Got The Blues (For You)
  "Version 2"
34kb
3.51mpt
Composed By Gary Moore
90's, Blues, Blues-Rock, Electric Blues, Soft Rock
H. D. Schulze
Sweet Home Chicago 36kb
3.13mpt
Composed By Robert Johnson In 1936
Robert Johnson, The Blues Brothers, Led Zeppelin, Many More
30's+++, Blues, Delta Blues, Easy Listening, Jazz, Prewar Blues, Pop/Rock, R&B, Stage & Screen
Vic Sagerquist
Sweet Home Chicago
    Added 01/09/16
kb
3:04mpt
Samuel "Magic Sam" Gene Maghett (1967)
Blues, Chicago Blues, Soul
Seq. presumed to be
Doug Gaynor
Swing Low, Sweet Chariot 75kb
3.51mpt
Composed By Wallis Willis In The Mid 1800's
The Fisk Jubilee Singers And Numerous Others
Mid 1800's++++, Blues, Country, Gospel, Jazz, R&B, Pop/Rock, Religious, Spirituals, Traditional
E. F. "Gene" Petro
aka "Doc Doc"
Texas Blues Shuffle 40kb
2.00mpt
A Snappy, Country/Blues, Swing Original From Eddy
Blues, Country/Blues, Instrumental Country, Originals, Texas Blues, Western Swing
Composed By Eddy Skipwith
Eddy Skipwith
aka "Texoma Telebender"
That's All Right Mama
aka: "That's All Right"
   Added 04/29/16
19kb
2:05mpt
Words & Music by Arthur Crudup
"That's All Right" is a song written and originally performed by blues singer Arthur Crudup. It is best known as the first single recorded and released by Elvis Presley. Presley's version was recorded on July 5, 1954, and released on July 19, 1954 with "Blue Moon of Kentucky" as the B-side. It is #113 on the 2010 Rolling Stone magazine list of the "500 Greatest Songs of All Time". In July 2004, exactly 50 years after its first issuing, the song was released as a single in the United Kingdom, where it debuted and peaked at Number 3. Elvis Presley's version was recorded in July 1954 Its catalogue number was Sun 209. The label reads "That's All Right" (omitting "Mama" from the original title), and names the performers as Elvis Presley, Scotty and Bill.
Rockabilly
Steve Day
That's What My Heart Needs
   Added 06/18/14
23kb
2:31mpt
Karaoke
Words & Music by Otis Redding (1963)
Chart Position: US R&B No.27. From The Album "Pain In My Heart", 1963
Blues, Soul, Deep Soul, Southern Soul
Geoffrey Carter
Midkar Member
The Heart Of Life
   Added 03/31/14
29kb
3:18mpt
Karaoke
John Mayer; From The Album "Continuum" 2006

Pop, Blues, Acoustic, Blue Eyed Soul, Rock, Country, Folk
Estrada
KAR by Estrada
The Monkey Time
    Added 01/09/16
43kb
2:45mpt
Karaoke
Mayjor Lanve (1963)
Soul, Pop, R&B
Gary Rogers
Midkar Member/Moderator
These Arms of Mine
   Added 06/18/14
27kb
2:35mpt
Karaoke
Words & Music by Otis Redding (1962)
Chart Positions: US R&B No.20. From The Album "Pain In My Heart "
Blues, Soul, Deep Soul, Southern Soul
Geoffrey Carter
Midkar Member
Three-30 Blues 26kb
3.32mpt
Composed By Lee Hazelwood & Duane Eddy
Performed by Duane Eddy
50's, Blues, Blues/Rock, Instrumentals
Gary Rogers
Midkar Member
Tin Roof Blues 33kb
4.01mpt
Composed By George Brunis, Paul Mares, Frank &Walter Melrose,
New Orleans Rhythm Kings W' Jelly Roll Morton, Leon Roppolo & Elmer Schoebel In The Early 20's & Many Others
20's+++, Blues, Classic Jazz, Piano Blues, Standards.
Bruce C. Walker
Trouble In Mind
aka "Trouble In Mind Blues"
05kb
2.10mpt
Original W&M By Richard M. Jones In 1926
Bertha "Chippie" Hill, Dinah Washington, Aretha Franklin, Big Bill Broonzy, Louie Armstrong,
Nina Simone, Merle Haggard, Hank Snow, Willie Nelson And Many More

20's+++, Big Band, Blues, Country/Blues, Easy Listening, Jazz, Soul
John Kwasnik
Midkar Member
Truckin'
    Added 01/09/16
59kb
5:07mpt
Grateful Dead (1970)
Blues Rock, Country Rock, Roots Rock
Steve Day
Um, Um, Um, Um, Um, Um

    Added 01/16/19
37kb
2:28mpt
Karaoke
Major Lance (1963)
Words & Music by Curtis Mayfield
The first recording to be released was by Major Lance, as a single in December 1963, produced by Okeh label president Carl Davis. The song was Major Lance's third release to make the Billboard Hot 100 and his most successful hit with a #5 peak on the Billboard Hot 100 on 8 February 1964 with a #1 peak on the Cash Box R&B chart (Billboard did not run an R&B chart November 1963-January 1965). In the UK it reached #40, Lance's only UK chart appearance. The song would become a major UK hit in the autumn of 1964 via a rendition by Wayne Fontana and the Mindbenders which reached #5. A French rendering entitled "Hum, hum, hum" had been recorded by Frank Alamo and charted in France in early 1965 with a chart peak of #6.
Soul
Gary Rogers
Midkar Member/Moderator
Unchain My Heart 95kb
4.18mpt
Composed By Robert "Bobby" Sharp, Jr. & Teddy Powell
Ray Charles, The Rivingtons, Joe Cocker, David "Fathead" Newman
60's+++, Blues, Blues/Rock, Jazz, Jazz/Blues, Pop/Rock, R&B, Soul, Vocal
Scott W. Curtis
Walking By Myself 43kb
2.54mpt
Composed By Simon Kirke, James A. Lane & Jimmy Rogers*
A Blues-Rock Cover Of The Old 60's-70's, Blues Song. First Recorded By Gary I Believe For His 1987 Album: "Parisienne Walkways" And Included On Many Of His Later Albums.A Few Other Artists That Have Recorded The Song Over The Years Include *Jimmy Rogers, Bob Riedy, The Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Freddie King, Johnny Winter, Big Walter Horton And More.
60's+++, Blues, Blues-Rock, Pop/Rock
Midiot
Walking The Dog
aka "Walkin' The Dog"
45kb
3.00mpt
Original W&M By Shelton Brooks In 1916
The Bar-Kays, Funky R&B Version Of The Great Old Rufus Thomas Blues/Jazz Tune
10's+++, Blues, Jazz, Soul
Dale Aston
aka "OnNTwo"
Waves
    Added 01/04/15
62kb
3:42mpt
Mr Probz
Blues, Soul, R&B, Hip-Hop
Geoffrey Carter
Midkar Member
What A Difference A Day Makes 38kb
4.50mpt
Original W&M By Maria Grever And Stanley Adams
Kay Starr, Dinah Washington, The Dorsey Brothers, Aretha Franklin, Benny Goodman,
Bert Kaempfert, Willie Nelson, Sarah Vaughan And Many More

40's+++, Blues, Country, Easy Listening, Jazz, Pop, Pop/Rock, R&B, Vocal Pop
Les Gorven
What's Going On
  Added 05/25/17
100kb
3:57mpt
Karaoke
W&M by Al Cleveland, Renaldo Benson & Marvin Gaye
Marvin Gaye (1971)
Soul, R&B, Vocal Pop
Geoffrey Carter
Midkar Member
When Sunny Gets Blue 10kb
3.8mpt
W&M By Jack Segal & Marvin Fisher In 1956
Nat "King" Cole, Chris Connor, Johnny Mathis, Mel Torme And Many Others
50's++, Blues, Easy Listening, Jazz, Piano, Soul, Vocals
Bob Mace
Midkar Member
When You Dance
  Added 01/04/15
67kb
2:56mpt
Karaoke
The Turbans (1955)
R&B, Doo-Wop
During July 1955, the Turbans had their first Herald recording session, and later that month their first record, pairing
"Let Me Show You (Around My Heart)" as the "A" side with "When You Dance" as the flip side, was released.
Ron Tilden
Midkar Member
Whiskey And Wimmen' 23kb
1.26mpt
John Lee Hooker
60's, Blues, Contemporary Blues, Country Blues, Delta Blues
Composed By John Lee Hooker
Herbert Harari
Working Man's Blues
aka, "Workin' Man's Blues"
aka "The Workin' Man's Blues"
07kb
1.55mpt
Unknown, Traditional, Various Arrangements By Numerous Artists
Brownie McGhee, Many Others, Traditional
40's++, Blues, Country/Blues, Folk, Folk/Blues, Jazz
Jim Cobble & Paul Doty
Ze Bloes 37kb
5.02mpt
Composed By Gerard In In 1997
A Very Pretty, Slow & Easy Going Original Blues Tune By Gerard Alternating Between The Trumpet And The Vibraphone For The Melody Line
Blues, Easy Listening, Originals
Gerard Karis

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