“Vaughan’s hero wasn’t just anybody… It was the six-foot-four, 250-pound-plus blues legend Albert King—nicknamed the “Velvet Bulldozer.”
The final Country Blues Festival in 1969 was kind of forgotten. A recently rediscovered doc captures the Memphis magic.
One particular show in 1982 captured George Thorogood at the top of his game. A new set reveals “peak George.”
From “Peace Frog” to “Roadhouse Blues,” the Doors pushed further into blues-rock on “Morrison Hotel.” A new reissue captures the magic.