BLACK MAGIC WOMAN - SANTANA
This was a hit for Santana, but few people know that this song is actually a
cover of a 1968 Fleetwood Mac song that hit UK #37. Peter Green, who was a
founding member of Fleetwood Mac, wrote the lyrics. The original's music
sounds very similar to the sound Santana added on his version.
ROADHOUSE BLUES - THE DOORS
The song, which appeared on the B-side of "You Make Me Real", was first
released as a single from the album Morrison Hotel in March 1970.
TELL MOMMA - SAVOY BROWN
It was on Street Corner Talking, the seventh studio album by the band Savoy
Brown. Released by Parrot in 1971, it was the first album released by the band
since the departure of Lonesome Dave Peverett, Roger Earl, and Tone
Stevens who all went on to form the band Foghat.
DIXIE CHICKEN - LITTLE FEAT
It was on the third studio album by the American rock band Little Feat,
released in 1973 and written by Lowell George and Fred Martin. The album,
Dixie Chicken, is considered their landmark album.
I'M BAD, NATIONWIDE - ZZ TOP
It is from Degüello , the sixth studio album by American blues rock band ZZ
Top, released in 1979 and written by ZZ Top.
BAD TO THE BONE - GEORGE THOROGOOD
A song written by George Thorogood. George Thorogood and the Destroyers
released it in 1982 on the album of the same name.
PRIDE AND JOY - STEVIE RAY VAUGHN
It is the second track on Stevie Ray Vaughan's first album Texas Flood in
1983. It is a blues song and is one of his most famous tracks. Parts of the
solos are from "I'm Cryin'". Vaughan wrote this song for his wife at that time.
IT'S MY LIFE - JOHNNY WINTER
A hell of a guitar player, and 1984's GUITAR SLINGER is among his best
A GOOD FOOL IS HARD TO FIND - ALBERT COLLINS
Albert Collins also wrote it, original release date: November 30, 1985 on
FEELIN' BAD BLUES - RY COODER
Slide solo instrumental from Ry Cooder's impressive blues-derived
soundtrack for the 1986 movie Crossroads and album.