Here's an afternoon post with some late-night music on it, for your early morning listenin' pleasure. Happy hangover, chilluns.
The Butterfield Blues Band busted open the blues in 1966 with the 13-plus-minute title track from their album East–West. Wow. White British blues-rockers having listened to Coltrane and Indian music whack out a freaky jam worthy of gold statues and fireworks. A must-have.
buy the CD: Butterfield Blues Band East–West
• Butterfield Blues Band: East–West (via RapidShare)