While Jazz continues to rule my listening hours, I recently chanced upon Different Shades of Blue by Joe Bonamassa. I liked that so much as a change from Jazz, that I looked up more of his work. Which I liked so well, that I delved deeper, all the way to Robert Johnson and Big Mama Thornton - as of now. Great music, perhaps more toe tapping and dance music than Jazz often is - other than Dixieland Jazz of course.
That said my first list of great albums other than some by Bonamassa, and surprisingly well recorded in many cases given their age.
1. BB King: Live at the Regal
2. Blues to the Bone: Etta James
3. His Best: Howlin Wolf
4. Somebody loan me a dime: Fenton Robinson
5. Sassy Mama: Big Mama Thornton
Just the beginning of a long voyage of new discoveries.
And all sound brilliant on well set up 1 pair + Sub.