Big Walter Horton
The Best of Slim Harpo [Hip-O]
The Definitive Collection
John Lee Hooker

Blues » Electric Blues » Juke Joint Blues

Juke Joint Blues refers to the hard-driving variation of Southern R&B and electric blues where the rhythm is dominant. It's hard-rocking blues, intended for dancing, and it is usually frenzied uptempo blues or greasy slow blues. Generally, the term refers to R&B and blues singles made in the '50s and early '60s.

Juke Joint Blues Artists Highlights

Big Walter Horton
Big Walter Horton
John Lee Hooker
John Lee Hooker
R.L. Burnside
R.L. Burnside

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Juke Joint Blues Album Highlights

The Best of Slim Harpo [Hip-O]
Slim Harpo
The Best of Slim Harpo ...
The Definitive Collection
John Lee Hooker
The Definitive Collection
Mouth Harp Maestro
Big Walter Horton
Mouth Harp Maestro
The Excello Singles Anthology
Slim Harpo
The Excello Singles ...
The Very Best of John Lee Hooker [Rhino]
John Lee Hooker
The Very Best of John Lee ...
Cadillac Daddy: Memphis Recordings, 1952
Howlin' Wolf
Cadillac Daddy: Memphis ...

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Juke Joint Blues Song Highlights

Title/Composer Performer Stream
Shake Your Hips Slim Harpo
Boom Boom John Lee Hooker
Blues in the Morning Big Walter Horton
Te-Ni-Nee-Ni-Nu Slim Harpo
I Got a Woman (Sweet Woman)
Howlin' Wolf
Hoodoo Man Blues Junior Wells / Junior Wells' Chicago Blues Band
I'm in the Mood John Lee Hooker
Mad Man Blues John Lee Hooker
Boogie Chillen' John Lee Hooker
Beggin' My Baby Little Milton

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