I can enjoy, play along too and get a good example of blues drumming.
Ya, I have been google-in stuff but theres a lot of stuff and I wanted to see what you guys think is a good place to start at.You've opened up a history lesson for yourself! Get on the internet and do some google searches on the blues and check out all the names that come up!
Joking aside, I hate to say it, but the first Blues Brothers album with Steve Jordan on drums recorded back in 1977, although a bit progressive, is a good primer on what a good blues band can do. Say what you want about Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi and the movies spawned by the act, but that first band absolutely killed.
I hope I didn't just offend anyone, but I loved that album.
Understood. You know the kind of blues I thoroughly enjoy? Solo guitar/voice blues. The early Delta stuff with just a guy playing guitar and singing, I love that kind of stuff. there's a man who plays out here in Downtown Disney called Brother Yousef, and he does that kind of stuff, sometimes tapping his foot on a tambourine on the ground and I swear, you can feel the chicken grease on the ground! It's probably not so much what he's playing, but the vibe he creates just doin' it.Ya, I have been google-in stuff but theres a lot of stuff and I wanted to see what you guys think is a good place to start at.