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No. 6 TAM’s Top 15 Best Blues Songs of All Time!

Here we are just like the good old days, enjoying life and livin' it up...so let's get this party started! The world was first made aware of this song in 1977, though the band had been around since 1973. Thank... Continue Reading →

Whoa Black Betty

In the process of of researching the top 15 greatest blues songs of all time I came across a version of Black Betty I never knew existed. It is listed on the album by Leadbelly that has Gallows Pole on... Continue Reading →

Forgotten Classic

This is one of those songs I heard way way back in the day and fell in love with it the first time I heard it, but I hardly ever heard it since then. An old, but not so old... Continue Reading →

No.7 TAM’s Top 15 Best Blues Songs of All Time

Alright alright alright!!! Back at it. Here we go again gettin' on down to the nitty gritty. We gotta keep rolling cause we just can't stop! "The wheel is turning and you can't slow down You can't let go and... Continue Reading →

No.8 TAM’s Top 15 Best Blues Songs of All Time

I love that we're in the top ten now, this is where things really start to get interesting. This song first appeared in 1975 on an album called Fandango by that little ole band from Texas. It's short, sweet and... Continue Reading →

No.9 TAM’s Top 15 Best Blues Songs of All Time

Time to get on down to number nine. But before we do I just want to say that this is one of the hardest and funnest things I've done here at The Audio Museum. Not to mention that with each... Continue Reading →

Call MeThe Breeze

Here's a nice twist on an old classic. If you are a fan of any or all of these bands you will like this. A little gem I found online featuring Stevie Ray Vaughan with Lynrd Skynrd and The Charlie... Continue Reading →

No.10 TAM’s Top 15 Best Blues Songs of All Time

Well we just can't stay away from these old blues here at The Audio Museum. We love'em we really do. And it sure feels good to finally break into the top ten, now we're getting somewhere! After digging deeper into... Continue Reading →

Rev. Al and The Pythons

Once again The Audio Museum is proud to announce a new old band. New to me but not to the music scene around Lubbock Texas and surrounding areas. I am so happy to have had the chance to see these... Continue Reading →

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