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About Da Blues





Ah yes, da blues. Technically speaking, "blues" means a musical form, a 12-bar pattern with a basic chord progression that all musicians know. Along with that is a blues scale with "blue" notes.

A lot of people think of the blues as a style of music (I woke up dis mornin'...), but blues music may be performed in any style (country, gospel, jazz, swing, reggae, bounce, boogie, straight-ahead rock or latin). This page has a variety of styles & I have also included some "blues-inspired" tunes for your enjoyment.

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Song List

phasing moon graphic 12 Bar Blues

3:30 Blues

A Cold Day In Hell

Aggravatin' Papa

Albert's Blues

All Blues (Miles Davis)
standard version   funk version


Amazing Grace

Arkansas Blues

At Last

At Trouble's Door

Baby Grand

BB Blues, The

Bar None Blues

Basin Street Blues

Before Sunrise Blues

Before You Accuse Me

Beginning To Get The Blues

Black Velvet


Bloozinay (Blues in A)

Blues After Midnight

Blues For Boswell

Blues For Dr. John

Blues For Piano

Blue Monk

Blues Jam

Blues Project

Blues Stay Away From Me

Blues Swing


Boogie Blues

Boom Boom Boom

Borgan Lues (Organ Blues)

Born Under A Bad Sign

Caught In The Crossfire (1) (2)

Ceva's Blues

Cool Blue

Cool Blues

Count On The Blues

Crossroad Blues

Cruel Back Bitin' Blues

Cryin' Time

Dallas Blues

Deuces Wild


Don't Answer The Door

Don't Start Me To Talkin'

Down In The Alley

Downtown Stomp

Dust My Broom

EG Blues

EZ Blues

Fake It

Fast Blues

FM Blues

Georgia On My Mind

Get Off My Back

Glad To Be Blue

Good Fool

Good Morning, Little School Girl

Green Onions

Guitar Blues

Harlem Nocturne

Happy Blues

Have You Ever Loved A Woman?

Help Me

Hey Bartender

Hide Away

Hit The Road, Jack

Honky Tonk Train (1) (2)

House Of Blue Lights

House Of The Rising Sun (1) (2) (3) (4)

How Blue Can You Get? (1) (2)

I Ain't Got A Home

Into The Night

I Put A Spell On You

Irresistable Blues

I Shot The Sheriff

It Hurts Me, Too

Jackass Blues

Jazz Midi Style

Jellyroll Blues

Johnny B. Goode

J S Blues

Just Blue

Kansas City (1) (2)

Keep It To Yourself

Key To the Highway

Kool Thing

La Grange

Lazy Blues

Léche Bottle Blues

Let The Good Times Roll

Limehouse Blues (1) (2)

Low Down Papa


Make Love To Me

Mary Had a Little Lamb

Melancholy Blues

Memphis Blues

Mercury Blues

Moby Dick

Night Train

One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer

One More Blues

Parisienne Walkways

Piano Blues

Piano Blues


Pretzel Logic (1) (2)

Ray's Blues

Ray's Mood

Rock Me, Baby

Route 66 (1) (2)

San Ho Zay

Sockhop Boogie

Since I Fell For You

Snowy Morning Blues (1) (2) (3)

Spiritually Blue

St. James Infirmary (1) (2)

St. Louis Blues (1) (2)


Still Got The Blues v1

Still Got The Blues v2

Stormy Monday

Sweet Home Chicago (1) (2)

Sweet Sixteen

Sweet Tones (James Baker)

Texas Blues Jam

The BB Blues

The Stumble

The Thrill Is Gone

To Know You Is to Love You

Touch Of The Blues

Trouble In Mind

Turn On Your Love

Unidentified #5

Voodoo Chile

Walkin' By Myself

Walkin' The Dog

Walking Shoes

Where It's At

Why I Sing The Blues

Willow, Weep For Me

Wonderful Tonight

Your Funeral And My Trial





“Jazz is the big brother of the blues. If a guy's playing blues like we play, he's in high school. When he starts playing jazz it's like going on to college, to a school of higher learning.”

 B. B. King quotes