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Muddy Waters Anthology, Super Blues, Fathers and Sons See The Best Albums Of Muddy Waters
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B.B. King Let the Good Times Roll, Live at the Regal, Ladies and Gentleman... Mr. See The Best Albums Of B.B. King
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John Lee Hooker I'll Play the Blues for You, Live at the Fox Venice Theatre, Collection ... See The Best Albums Of John Lee Hooker
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Howlin' Wolf The London Howlin' Wolf Sessions, The Genuine Article, Howlin' Wolf
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Robert Johnson King of the Delta Blues Singers, The Complete Recordings, King of the ...
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Buddy Guy Damn Right, I've Got the Blues, A Man & the Blues See The Best Albums Of Buddy Guy
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Stevie Ray Vaughan Couldn't Stand the Weather, In Step, Texas Flood See The Best Albums Of Stevie Ray Vaughan
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Albert King I'll Play the Blues for You, In Session, Thursday Night in San Francisco ... See The Best Albums Of Albert King
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Lightnin' Hopkins The Very Best of Lightnin' Hopkins, Mojo Hand, Texas Blues Giant See The Best Albums Of Lightnin' Hopkins
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Ray Charles The Birth of Soul, Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music, The Spirit ... See The Best Albums Of Ray Charles
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Elmore James King of the Slide Guitar: The Complete Trumpet, Chief & Fire Sessions, ... See The Best Albums Of Elmore James
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often listed & ranked high on reranks Why is this #12?
Son House Delta Blues, The Legendary 1941/42 Recordings in Chronological Sequence, ... See The Best Albums Of Son House
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Etta James At Last!, Tell Mama, I'd Rather Go Blind See The Best Albums Of Etta James
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T-Bone Walker Good Feelin', Charly Blues Masterworks, Volume 14: T. Bone Shuffle See The Best Albums Of T-Bone Walker
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Little Walter Boss Blues Harmonica, Confessin' the Blues, Super Blues See The Best Albums Of Little Walter
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Freddie King I Love the Woman / Hide Away, Getting Ready..., Live at the Electric ... See The Best Albums Of Freddie King
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Willie Dixon I Am the Blues, Jazz in Paris: Aux Trois Mailletz, I Am the Blues: The ... See The Best Albums Of Willie Dixon
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Billie Holiday Lady in Satin, Ella Fitzgerald and Billie Holiday at Newport, The Best of ... See The Best Albums Of Billie Holiday
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Sonny Boy Williamson II One Way Out, Don’t Send Me No Flowers, His Best See The Best Albums Of Sonny Boy Williamson II
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Jimi Hendrix First Rays of the New Rising Sun, Band of Gypsys, Voodoo Child: The Jimi ... See The Best Albums Of Jimi Hendrix
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Huddie William Ledbetter Nothing but the Blues: You Do Me Any Old Way, Where Did You Sleep Last ...
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Johnny Winter The Best of Johnny Winter, Anthology, Livin' in the Blues See The Best Albums Of Johnny Winter
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Blind Lemon Jefferson Complete Recorded Works in Chronological Order, Volume 1: 1925–1926, ...
- 24+ 394- 93
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Mississippi John Hurt Today!, I'm Satisfied, Last Sessions
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Junior Wells A Night of the Blues, The Real Blues, Messin' With the Kid: Junior Wells ... See The Best Albums Of Junior Wells
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Jimmy Reed Big Boss Man, The Vee-Jay Box: The Complete Singles and Other Rarities, ... See The Best Albums Of Jimmy Reed
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often listed & ranked high on reranks Why is this #27?
Charlie Patton The Rough Guide to Blues Legends: Charley Patton, Founder of the Delta ... See The Best Albums Of Charlie Patton
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ranked low on reranks & added by ranker1995 Why is this #28?
Eric Clapton 461 Ocean Boulevard, Crossroads, Pilgrim See The Best Albums Of Eric Clapton
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Blind Willie Johnson Sweeter as the Years Go By, The Soul of a Man, Praise God I'm Satisfied ...
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Bessie Smith Squeeze Me, The World's Greatest Blues Singer, 1923-1933 Empress of the ... See The Best Albums Of Bessie Smith
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Albert Collins Collins Mix: The Best Of, Showdown!, Ice Pickin' See The Best Albums Of Albert Collins
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Robert Cray Don't Be Afraid of the Dark, Sweet Potato Pie, The Blues Collection 25: ...
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Big Bill Broonzy Rocking in Chicago 1949-53, Volume 2 The Post War Years, Nothing But the ...
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Big Mama Thornton Sassy Mama, Big Mama Swing, The Original Hound Dog
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Skip James The Complete Early Recordings of Skip James, She Lyin', Today!
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often listed & ranked high on reranks Why is this #36?
Lonnie Johnson He's a Jelly Roll Baker, The Complete Folkways Recordings, Hot Fingers
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Sonny Boy Williamson I Sugar Mama, Nothing but the Blues, The Blues: Chicago 1937-1945
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Otis Rush Right Place, Wrong Time, Blues Masters
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Taj Mahal Giant Step / De Ole Folks at Home, Kulanjan, The Real Thing
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Blind Willie McTell Mr. McTell Got the Blues, Complete Recorded Works in Chronological Order, ...
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often listed & ranked high on reranks Why is this #41?
Memphis Minnie Complete Recorded Works 1935-1941 in Chronological Order, Volume 5: 27 ...
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Joe Bonamassa Driving Towards the Daylight, A New Day Yesterday, Seesaw
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John Mayall Empty Rooms, Blues Breakers With Eric Clapton, Road Dogs
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ranked low on reranks & added by Bluesboy Why is this #44?
Bobby Bland Two Steps From the Blues, Two Steps From the Blues & Here's the Man, ...
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often listed & ranked high on reranks Why is this #45?
Otis Spann Complete Candid Recordings: Otis Spann/Lightnin' Hopkins Sessions (disc ...
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Big Joe Turner Big, Bad & Blue: The Big Joe Turner Anthology, All the Classic Hits ...
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R. L. Burnside Heritage of the Blues: No Monkeys on This Train, A Ass Pocket of Whiskey, ...
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Duane Allman Duane Allman: An Anthology, Skydog: The Duane Allman Retrospective, ...
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often listed & ranked high on reranks Why is this #49?
Blind Blake Ragtime Guitar's Foremost Fingerpicker, The Master of Ragtime Guitar, All ...
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John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers Blues Breakers With Eric Clapton, Blues Breakers With Eric Clapton, Road ...