5 Timeless Blues Rock Albums

Blue rock is the greatest song genre for anyone looking to enjoy the best in both worlds. The real-life struggles and intimacy of the blues combine with the electrifying adrenaline rush that rock ‘n roll delivers. As a result, blues rock updates the 21st-century blues, informing the future and reminding us of how far we’ve come. Here are the five timeless blues rock albums. 

Like the Caesars casino, blues rock started from humble beginnings. As such, some of the greatest blues rock albums were inspired by rhythm & blues.

  1. Led Zeppelin II by Led Zeppelin (1969)

While there’s a great misconception about the first album by Led Zeppelin, it’s undeniable that this band transformed the blues rock music genre in the 70s. This album was released in 1969, leaving an indelible mark on the music scene as it was a bit different from the Zep I, which was a private collection of tracks.

Packed with strong emotions and brutal soul, the Zeppelin unveiled something that had never hit the market before. Their tactic tool hoary old, classic blues and managed to turn them into fearsome beasts that came with fierce criticism. However, the music was inspired by blues purists.

  1. Inspiration Information by Shuggie Otis (1974)

Released on Epic Records in 1974, Inspiration Information was the third album created by Shuggie Otis and one of the best blues-rock albums of all time. The album’s sound is a combination of lounger jazz instrumentals, smooth and organ-driven California funk, and quasi new-age psychedelia. This album was Otis’ debut project as a producer and an adult, having been backed by his father in his first two projects as a teenager.

  1. Silences by Adia Victoria (2019)

If you love southern gothic blues, then Silences is one album you’re going to enjoy. That is the second studio album released in 2019 by American songwriter Adia Victoria under Atlantic Records. In this album, Victoria draws themes that affected her as a black woman in the south, including oppression, powerlessness, race, and religion.

  1. Blunderbuss by Jack White (2012)

Released in 2012 through digital download and in vinyl & compact disc editions, Blunderbuss was the first solo album for Jack White. The album was released under White’s music label, Third Man Records, and is written almost entirely by Jack White. Multiple music styles are present in the album, ranging from rock, blues, country soul, and folk. Even better, the album got positive reviews from critics, debuting at the top position in five countries.

  1. Southern Blood by Gregg Allman (2017)

The eighth album by American singer and songwriter Gregg Allman, Southern Blood, was released in September 2017 as his final studio project. The album is heavy on covers, with a song originally done by the Grateful Dead, Bob Dylan, Jackson Browne, and Tim Buckley. However, all the songs in the album hold a deep meaning to Allman and tell his story.

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