Tuesday, November 11, 2008

"Where does the blues come from?" you may ask yourself...

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Did you ever sit back and wonder where the blues comes from? Well, RECORD COMPANIES, of course! Here is a sampling... if you are interested, let us know and Hot House Florida will provide a more complete listing....(text "borrowed" from our friends over at Blues Guitar News)

Alligator Records
One of the leading Chicago blues labels. Alligator is Koko Taylor's label and also home for Lonnie Brooks, Lil' Ed & The Blues Imperials, and many more. Recent releases include albums from Eddy Clearwater, Michael Burks, and Janiva Magness.

Delmark Records
A venerable Chicago blues & jazz label now celebrating 50 years in the business. Many of the blues greats of the past, like Junior Wells and Big Joe Williams, have recorded for Delmark. One of their finest recent releases is Byther Smith's "Blues On The Moon." Another is "Hattiesburg Blues" from Mississippi Heat. * See list below for almost-recent complete artist representation.

Blind Pig Records
This label is home to Kenny Neal, Magic Slim, Hamilton Loomis, and others and has put out albums by E. C. Scott, Elvin Bishop, Nappy Brown, Big Bill Morganfield, Willie "Big Eyes" Smith, and plenty more... plus classics from Buddy Guy, Johnny Shines, Snooky Pryor, Jimmy Rogers, Luther Allison... many others!

You can check out many more record labels that our friends at myspace.com/HotHouseFlorida as well.

*Delmark Artists:

BLUESLuther Allison, Albert Ammons, Robert Anderson & the Caravans, Blu Lu Barker, Barkin' Bill, Carey Bell, Lurrie Bell, Big DooWopper, Big Time Sarah, Jimmy Blythe, Lonnie Brooks, Cowboy Roy Brown, Piney Brown, J.T. Brown, Willie Bryant, Eddie Burns, Jimmy Burns, Aron Burton, Brun Campbell, Karen Carroll, Dave Clark's Blues Swingers featuring Floyd McDaniel, Eddy Clearwater, Michael Coleman, Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup, Mad Dog Lester Davenport, Little Sammy Davis, Jimmy Dawkins, Detroit Jr, Little Arthur Duncan and the Back Scratchers, Sleepy John Estes, Sister Elizabeth Eustis, Five C's and other Great Groups on United, Jesse Fortune, The Four Blazes, Steve Freund, Harry "The Hipster" Gibson, Lacy Gibson, Wynonie Harris, Duke Henderson, Big Walter Horton, J.B. Hutto and the Hawks, Dink Johnson, Jimmy Johnson, Pete Johnson, Shirley Johnson, Syl Johnson and Hi Rhythm, Curtis Jones, Willie Kent and the Gents, Bonnie Lee, Little Milton, Little Walter, Robert Jr. Lockwood, Magic Sam, Magic Slim/Joe Carter, Robert McCoy, Floyd McDaniel & the Blues Swingers, Barrelhouse Buck McFarland, Jack McVea, Memphis Slim and Matt "Guitar" Murphy, Al Miller, Mississippi Heat, Little Brother Montgomery, Aaron Moore, Johnny B. Moore, Frank Morey, The Moroccos & other Great Groups on United, Robert Nighthawk, Morris Pejoe/Arthur Spires, Brewer Phillips, Piano Red, Professor Eddie Lusk, Yank Rachell, A.C. Reed, Jimmie Lee Robinson, Reginald R. Robinson, Tad Robinson, The Rockin' Johnny Band, Otis Rush, Ken Saydak, Alec "Guitar Slim" Seward/Louis "Jelly Belly" Hayes, Eddie Shaw & the Wolf Gang, Sunnyland Slim, Byther Smith, Speckled Red, Dave Specter, Roosevelt Sykes, Tail Dragger, Jesse Thomas, Charles Thompson, Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson, T-Bone Walker, Robert Ward, William Warfield, Junior Wells, Big Wheeler and the Ice Cream Men, James Wheeler, Big Joe Williams, Charles Wilson, Edith Wilson, Mighty Joe Young, Zora Young.

Josh Abrams, Muhal Richard Abrams, Active Ingredients, Eric Alexander, Fred Anderson, Art Ensemble Of Chicago, Jim Baker, Billy Bang, Paul Bascomb, Jim Beebe, Barney Bigard, Bay City Jazz Band, Anthony Braxton, Bright Moments, Bobby Broom, Ari Brown, Billy Butterfield, Donald Byrd, Roy Campbell, Frank Catalano, Chicago Luzern Exchanges, Chicago Underground Orchestra, Chicago Underground Trio, Jodie Christian, Arnett Cobb, Jimmy Coe, Common Ground, Jim Cooper, Rich Corpolongo, Norrie Cox, Ernest Dawkins, Barrett Deems, Deep Blue Organ Trio, The Dixie Stompers, Kahil El'Zabar's Ritual Trio, Ethnic Heritage Ensemble, Scott Fields, Jimmy Forrest, Yves Francois, George Freeman, Von Freeman, Curtis Fuller, Brad Goode, Andy Goodrich, Bob Graf, Al Green/Othello Anderson, Francine Griffin, Lin Halliday, Coleman Hawkins, Clancy Hayes & the Salty Dogs, Chuck Hedges, Earl Hines, Art Hodes, Percy Humphrey, Illinois Jacquet, Dewey Jackson, Franz Jackson, Keefe Jackson's Fast Citizens and Project Project, Willis Jackson, Joseph Jarman, The Jazz O'Maniacs, Jazz Ltd., Bunk Johnson, Eddie Johnson, Wynton Kelly, Andrew Lamb, Carl Leukaufe, George Lewis' New Orleans Jazz Band, Paul Lingie, Zane Massey, Gene Mayl's Dixieland Rhythm Kings, Kalaparusha Mauice McIntyre, Rob Mazurek, Kansas City Frank Melrose, Eddie Miller, Nicole Mitchell's Black Earth Ensemble, Roscoe Mitchell, David Murray, New Orleans Ragtime Orchestra, Albert Nicholas, NRG Ensemble, Kevin O'Donnell's Quality Six featuring Andrew Bird, Harold Ousley, Jeff Parker, Cecil Payne, Ed Petersen, Bud Powell, Clem Raymond, Roy Rubinstein's Chicago Hot Six, Sabertooth, Salty Dogs, Leon Sash, Savoir Faire, Archie Shepp, Ted Sirota's Rebel Souls, Bobby Smith, Mike Smith, Tab Smith, Sonny Stitt, Ira Sullivan, Sun Ra And The Arkestra, Duane Thamm, Malachi Thompson, Sir Charles Thompson, Ken Vandermark's Sound In Action Trio, Mike Walbridge's Chicago Footwarmers featuring Kim Cusack, Terry Waldo's Gutbucket Syncopators, Dinah Washington, Chris Woods, John Young.

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