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Blues Guitar Seminar
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Stevie Ray Vaughan
John Lee Hooker
Blues Backing Tracks by Tempo
Blues Backing Tracks by Style
Rock and Roll
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10 Minute Blues Backing Tracks
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Blues Backing Tracks by Key
Key of A
Key of A#/Bb
Key of B
Key of C
Key of C#/Db
Key of D
Key of D#/Eb
Key of E
Key of F
Key of F#/Gb
Key of G
Key of G#/Ab
Blues Backing Tracks by Style
blues is a perfect example of how far great music can go. From humble beginnings at
’s street corners, today this music form enjoys a global following. It is the Black musicians of Chicago who first came up with this distinctly stylish and urban sound. Thanks to the likes of
, Jimmy Reed, Big Bill Broonzy, Otis Rush, Howlin’ Wolf, Eddie Taylor, Elmore James, Sonny Boy Williamson, Tampa Red, Junior Wells, Little Walter and many more, the nightclub scene of Chicago livened up to the sounds of these legendary musicians. They kept their audiences mesmerized while playing the electrically amplified guitar, bass guitar, piano, drums, at times the harmonica, the saxophone and even the trumpet.
Chicago Blues Record Labels
Initially loved by only Black patrons who frequented the Blues clubs, the crowds began to diversify as the magic of Chicago Blues started spreading like wildfire - first all over
Chicago, and then across America, Europe and every other part of the world. This also lead to a number of record labels being formed, the most prominent one being
. Often referred to as “
’s greatest blues label”, owners and brothers Phil and Leonard Chess did plenty to promote the
blues. Chess Records’ subsidiary organization Checker Records recorded such legendary musicians like Robert Lockwood Jr., Bo Diddley, Sonny Boy Williamson II and J. B. Lenoir. The recording careers of Buddy Guy, Magic Sam and
were launched by an independent record label named Cobra Records. Other prominent record companies that promoted the
blues are Demark, Alligator Records and Twinight Records.
Chicago Blues Festival
Today blues fans from all over the world eagerly look forward to the month of June every year, for it brings with it the biggest free blues festival of the world – the Chicago Blues Festival. It was first started in the year 1984 by Lois Weisberg, a year after Muddy Waters, “the Father of Chicago blues” had passed away. The who’s who of blues music have performed at this event - B.B. King, Ray Charles, Buddy Guy,
,Willie Dixon, Bobby Rush,
Albert King, Bobby "Blue" Bland, Calvin Jones, Chicago Blues Museum All Stars, Carey Bell, Chuck Berry, Etta James, Eddy Clearwater, Fontella Bass, Henry Townsend, James Cotton, Jimmy Rogers, Johnnie Taylor, Keith Richards, Little Willie Littlefield, Louisiana Red, Memphis Slim, Otis Rush, Magic Slim, and many more.
's largest music festivals and those three June days prove year after year that
is indeed the “Blues Capital of the World
Chicago Blues Further Listening and Reading
Those who just cannot do without their daily fix of the blues must definitely have a copy of the
Chicago Blues: A Living History
, around. This unparalleled Chicago Blues collaboration has won a number of awards and nominations, and comes in a double CD format. A total of 21 tracks are featured on this album, and marveling in the magic known as
blues over the years, is the one-and-only Billy Boy Arnold, along with John Primer, Lurrie Bell and Billy Branch. And for those who would like to learn everything about the
blues and read some fascinating stories, there is this fabulous book called
Chicago Blues: The City & The Music
Mike Rowe. Apart from a brilliant account of the city’s music and its musicians, the book is also a treasure trove of
rare pictures, guaranteed to thrill all
And it's in the spirit of the Chicago Blues that the Blues Backing Tracks in this section have been created - I hope you enjoy the tracks and remember, this section is growing and if you've any suggestions then please let me know.
Tab Benoit Style Deathly Slow Blues Backing Track in B 50bpm (20 MINUTE BLUES BACKING TRACK DIGITAL DOWNLOAD)
Jam like Tab Benoit to this 20 Minute Blues Backing Track!
Stevie Ray Vaughan Style Mary Had a Little Lamb in E 115bpm (20 MINUTE BLUES BACKING TRACK DIGITAL DOWNLOAD)
Jam like Buddy Guy and Stevie Ray Vaughan
Super Slow Blues Backing Track in D 50bpm (20 MINUTE LONG BLUES BACKING TRACK DIGITAL DOWNLOAD!)
Heart Wrenching Soul Cleansing Blues in D - Buy Now!
Howlin Wolf Style Killing Floor in A 126bpm (20 MINUTE LONG BLUES BACKING TRACK DIGITAL DOWNLOAD!)
Howlin Wolf Inspired 20 Minute Blues Backing Track in A!
Howlin' Wolf 'Smokestack Lightning Style' 20 Minute Blues Backing Track in E 126bpm
Play the Blues like Hubert Sumlin!
Albert Collins Style 'If Trouble Were Money' Blues Backing Track in C 50bpm
'E Blues Funk Fast and Dirty' Blues Backing Track in E Tempo 120bpm,
Incredible Overdriven Rocky Blues Backing Track in E
Hear That Train Beat Blues Backing Track in C# 120bpm
Yee-Hah!! Get some swingin' Train Beat Blues in your fingers!
Muddy Waters Style Mannish Boy Blues Backing Track in F# 60bpm
Deathly Slow Blues Backing Track in E 45bpm
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Catfish Blues - Jimi Hendrix/Muddy Waters Style Blues Backing Track in Eb 50bpm 23m32s
'Shuffle Kafuffle' 29m42s Blues Backing Track In C Tempo 75bpm, All Instruments
Medium Tempo Shuffle Blues Backing Track in C
'Chicago Blues' 25m40s Blues Backing Track In D Tempo 120bpm, All Instruments
Chicago Blues Backing Track in D - Get It NOW!
'Earl Hooker Baby Gone Away' Blues In D Tempo 88bpm, All Instruments, Length 24.07
Earl Hooker Blues Backing Track in D - Get It NOW
'Mojo Working' 25m44s Blues Backing Track In E Tempo: 120bpm
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'Funk It Down' 18m16s Blues Backing Track In D Tempo 100bpm, All Instruments
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'Blues Express' 23m48s Blues Backing Track in Ab Tempo 85bpm, All Instruments
10 MINUTE VERSION of 'Mojo Working' Blues Backing Track In E Tempo: 120bpm
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Allman Brothers Style Stormy Monday Blues Jam Track
'Super Slow' 26m40s Blues Backing Track In G, Tempo 56bpm, All Instruments
'Don't Like To Travel' 21m19s Blues Backing Track In A 50bpm, All Instruments
Hours of Fun Jamming to this Track - Buy Now!
'Otis Rush Style Can't Quit You' 21m18s Blues Backing Track in Bb Tempo 50bpm, All Instruments
West Side Chicago Blues - Buy Now
'John Mayer Out of My Mind Blues' 26m40s Blues Backing Track In D Tempo 56bpm
Inspired by John Mayers Out of My Mind
Eric Clapton Style 'Slowhand Blues' Blues Backing Track in Ab 50bpm (DIGITAL DOWNLOAD)
'Ultra Cool' Over 20 Minute Long Blues Backing Track in Ab 71bpm (DIGITAL DOWNLOAD)
10 MINUTE VERSION 'Blues Express' Blues Backing Track in Ab Tempo 85bpm, All Instruments