The Golden Age of Blues - was there one?

Patrick Hertel bloozguy@TEKSAVVY.COM
Thu Sep 2 07:09:53 EDT 2010


   I would have to agree here.

  And with people like Lauper, the guy from House, Stevie Miller, Segal,
Willis etc jumping in maybe we are heading for the WWF of the Blues. (I
am referring to what happened when wrestling was "discovered" by Hollywood).

On 09/01/2010 10:16 PM, Pat Boyack wrote:
> I don't know if "Golden Age" is the right term for me but my fav is from 1948 to 1963.
>
> And I'm with Hash with the 70's. A lot from that era is overlooked.
>
> As current Blues go, I'd hardly call it a "Golden Age".
>
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