The Best of Blues and Rock

There is always a good reason to enjoy some music, regardless of your situation. Music marks one of the major differences between humans and animals, as people can appreciate it. Tunes and beats find their way into the human soul, manifesting unspoken desire and humanity.

Music also unifies people from different parts of the world with diverse cultural heritage in incredible ways. It is a force that binds people together. Some of these artists have managed to unite people across the globe through the following blues and rock hits.

Best Hits of Blues and Rock

Tinsley Ellis – Midnight Ride

‘Midnight Ride’ is a densely orchestrated, jumping song that depicts Tinsley Ellis in his true self. The artist handles tough love with propulsive rhythms and gritty playing. Ellis draws his influence from southern rock and blues from the 60s and 70s.

Beth Hart – Might As Well Smile

Whether you are sampling some blues and rock, or are a die-hard fan, Beth Hart’s ‘Might As Well Smile’ is a tune you will enjoy. As one of the hottest artists, Beth is gaining a huge fan base in her own right away from her duet albums with Joe Bonamassa. The soul drenching, up-tempo tune – Might As Well Smile – will leave you optimistic and feeling good with the lyrics that hint at the hope of overcoming.

John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers – All Your Love

With John McVie on bass, Peter Green on guitar, and Mick Fleetwood on drums, this live version is a winner for John Mayall, taken from the original album of Eric Clapton. The star-studded line up was sadly together for three months only, hence their combination tunes are something to cherish.

Eliana Cargeulutti – I’m A Woman

The ‘I’m A Woman’ song is both biting and seductive. Eliana, an Italian vocalist, and the guitarist melodic innovation will fill any room with emotion. Though her academic background is jazz guitar, Eliana can sing blues that will make anyone get lost in the music world, and forget all their day to day challenges for a moment.

Gary Clark Jr. – When My Train Pulls In

This piece – ‘When My Train Pulls In’ – is an emotional, deeply textured tune with an infectious bass beat and grungy guitars. The rough edges of the guitar tunes that veer towards hard rock make a great contrast with Gary’s sweet vocal abilities. Gary is one of the bona fide stars of the industry and will surely rule the blues rock world for years to come.