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Their albums and singles consistently hit the charts. Thus, from 1967 until 1969, becoming the first place and the flourishing of the top teams BBB (British Blues boom). Fashion for the blues has become so overwhelming that many of the original psychedelic-rock compositions are administered in a greater or lesser extent, elements of the genre in their music. Learn more at this site: Tony Parker. The most successful representatives can called ‘Jimi Hendrix Experience’, ‘Grateful Dead’, ‘Canned Heat’, ‘Doors’, ‘Steppenwolf’, ‘Blue Cheer’. Even the ‘Rolling Stones’, which, thanks to albums mid-1960s, seemed to deny any involvement in the roots of blues as they could, recorded in 1968, its strongest and most blues album ‘Beggar’s Banquet’. In the late 60’s were all prerequisites for the development and success of the genre.

To remember and list all the performers late 60s, one way or another connected with the blues, it is simply impossible. In the mid-70s, there was just a few events that determined the development of the blues-rock for years to come. Decayed ‘Ten Years After’. Ensemble ‘Fleetwood Mac’ from ’75 finally went to the execution of pop-rock. Although the chosen direction has brought them worldwide success, they have not seen even in the late 60’s, it is unlikely for the amateur blues this could be a comfort.

Around the same problem faced and Climax Blues Band. But in fairness it should be noted that only in the mid 70 CBB achieved worldwide success. In the late 70’s only two names were still on the lips of the audience – John Mayall and Rory Gallagher. New Blues boom, this time an American, marked a sad event – the tragic death in a helicopter crash superb blues guitarist Steve Ray Vaughan. New blues musicians even caught a wave, initially did not have to do with the genre. John Mayall, Rory Gallagher (until his death in 1995), YARDBIRDS and Peter Green – all of them returned to the scene with amazing concerts, albums at the level of his best creations 60s. Eighties-nineties marked a return to fundamental interest of bluesmen such as BB King, Muddy Waters, Buddy Guy, John Lee Hooker. Collaboration with Muddy Waters, Johnny Winter brought the first Grammy. Great album recorded ‘Canned Heat’ and John Lee Hooker. Eric Clapton and BB King released an excellent album, also brought them a bonus Grammy.

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