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Ok so I've been getting kinda bored with my usual Metal and stuff, and been getting more into rock nowadays, but I want to go earlier. Like how it all started, I've been meaning to get some Chuck Berry or Buddy Guy and some stuff along those lines...but I really have no clue where to begin. I want something that will blow me away, something that is exactly what I'm looking for.

But I will say that I need there to be solos in the songs :) I dunno why, but I just do.

Help me ?:(:)

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elmore james - history of elmore james

lightnin' hopkins - mojo hand: the anthology

blowin' the fuses: the greatest hits 1959-65

buddy guy - live at the checkerboard lounge

left my blues in san francisco

zz top's first album

mike bloomfield - live at bill graham's fillmore west

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elmore james - history of elmore james

lightnin' hopkins - mojo hand: the anthology

blowin' the fuses: the greatest hits 1959-65

buddy guy - live at the checkerboard lounge

left my blues in san francisco

zz top's first album

mike bloomfield - live at bill graham's fillmore west

Listen to this guy.

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If you like some power metal then download "Pure" with "Lost Horizon" that song rocks :P

Or fore some cool swedish metal go here thering.se and click on downloads and then click on the image that looks like this

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easy :D

EDIT: or just download "Seventh Singn" with "Yngwie Malmsteen" from the album "Live!!!". It's a much better singer on it from that live album then the singer thats on the studio version so thats why you sould get it from the live one :P

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Stones, Beatles, Hendrix, Dylan, Petty, Clapton, Young, Springsteen.. All the best have already been mentioned. You could check out Travelig Wilburys too.

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Thanks guys, I got some Buddy Guy stuff and I quite like it :) I've already got a pretty big Elvis stash so I think I'll go back and listen to him some more. I just couldn't get into Chuck Berry, I dunno why though...just didn't click with me.

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elmore james - history of elmore james

lightnin' hopkins - mojo hand: the anthology

blowin' the fuses: the greatest hits 1959-65

buddy guy - live at the checkerboard lounge

left my blues in san francisco

zz top's first album

mike bloomfield - live at bill graham's fillmore west

Listen to this guy.

Excellent choices, but you should really add some Albert King.

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elmore james - history of elmore james

lightnin' hopkins - mojo hand: the anthology

blowin' the fuses: the greatest hits 1959-65

buddy guy - live at the checkerboard lounge

left my blues in san francisco

zz top's first album

mike bloomfield - live at bill graham's fillmore west

Listen to this guy.

Excellent choices, but you should really add some Albert King.

was thinking the same thing right after i posted it :)

albert king - lovejoy

albert king - blues at sunset

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