The Top 25 Blues Songs: video and wiki

 1.   Hoochie Coochie Man  – Muddy Waters  (1954)
Written by:  Willie Dixon

2.  The Thrill is Gone – BB King  (1969)
Written by: Rick Darnell, Roy Hawkins

3.   Me and The Devil Blues – Robert Johnson (1937)
Written by: Robert Johnson

4.   Stone Crazy – Buddy Guy
Written by:

5.   I’d Rather Go Blind – Etta James (1968)
Written by: Etta James, Ellington Jordan, Billy Foster

6.   I’m Tore Down – Freddie King  (1961)
Written by:  Sonny Thompson

7.   Call It Stormy Monday – T-Bone Walker (1947)
Written by:  T-Bone Walker

8.   Boogie Chillen’ – John Lee Hooker  (1948)
Written by:  John Lee Hooker

9.   Red House – Jimi Hendrix(1967)
Written by:  Jimi Hendrix

10.   Smokestack Lightning – Howlin’ Wolf (1956)
Written by: Chester Burnett (aka Howlin’ Wolf)

11.   Nobody Knows You When You’re Down and Out – Bessie Smith (1929)
Written by:  Jimmy Cox

12.   Bell Bottom Blues – Derek and the Dominoes (1971)
Written by:  Eric Clapton, Bobby Whitlock

13.   Still Got the Blues – Gary Moore (1990)
Written by:  Gary Moore

14.   Mustang Sally – Wilson Pickett (1966)
Written by:  Mack Rice

15.   Ball N’ Chain – Big Mama Thornton (1968)
Written by: Willie Mae Thornton (aka Big Mama Thornton)

16.   Born Under a Bad Sign – Albert King (1967)
Written by: Booker T. Jones, William Bell

17.   Hideaway –  John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers (1966)
Written by:  Freddie King, Sonny Thompson

18.  Dust My Broom – Elmore James (1951)
Written by:  Robert Johnson

19.   Hold On, I’m Coming – Eric Clapton/BB King (2000)
Written by: Isaac Hayes, David Porter

20.   The Little Red Rooster – Willie Dixon
Written by:  Willie Dixon

21.   Tell Mama – Etta James (1967)
Written by:  Clarence Carter

22.   Down in the Hole – Rolling Stones (1980)
Written by:  The Glimmer Twins

23.  Got My Mojo Working – Muddy Waters (1957)
Written by: McKinley Morganfield (aka Muddy Waters) & Preston Foster (disputed)

24.   A Little Less Conversation – Guitar Shorty
Written by:  Mac Davis, Billy Strange

25.   The Things that I Used To Do – Guitar Slim (1953)
Written by:  Eddie Jones (aka Guitar Slim)

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