What are some good rocking blues/rock songs?

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Re: What are some good rocking blues/rock songs?

Postby randall » Sat Oct 22, 2011 4:52 pm

Voodoo Chile
Sweet Jane
Dead Flowers
The Weight - try speeding this one up a gear, it works.
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Re: What are some good rocking blues/rock songs?

Postby Golem » Tue Oct 25, 2011 12:51 pm

MoBeach wrote:We need to avoid songs where multiple guitars are required.

PLUS One-Hunnert Gazillion !

J Geils or The Blues Brothers will get you a whole
set [or more] of stuff that pub crawlers crave. I
know you didn't start playing yestidee .... but it's
worth yet another mention that bar crowds will
love your music not for how well you play it but
for how well they loved the recorded version
[assuming you do at least a half way credible
rendition.] They do more remembering than
actual listening.

Perznell Opinion: There are NO SONGS where
multiples guitars are REQUIRED [or beneficial].


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Re: What are some good rocking blues/rock songs?

Postby harleyyy » Tue Oct 25, 2011 1:29 pm

James Gang?
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Re: What are some good rocking blues/rock songs?

Postby Steve in NM » Thu Oct 27, 2011 4:47 pm

Taj Mahal has a real big catalogue of tunes that would probably work for this gig. Six Days on the Road, She Caught the Katy, and a bunch more .
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