I as of late had an email inquiry postured to me from my site that asked me what I believed was the best "Blue Group?" (I have contracted it down to "blue" in the first place of the band name)
I can just say with such a mixed rundown of decisions that you would need to slender it down to what sort of music is being played by the gathering, how you characterize achievement and obviously, individual inclination.
I as of late had an email inquiry postured to me from my site that asked me what I believed was the best "Blue Group?" (I have limited it down to "blue" before all else of the band name)
I can just say with such a diverse rundown of decisions that you would need to slender it down to what sort of music is being played by the gathering, how you characterize achievement and obviously, individual inclination.
On the off chance that you are searching for a hard-shake bunch, you have a few choices, including Blue Cheer, a 60's gathering that some allude to as one of the first overwhelming metal groups. Their hit, a revamp of Eddie Cochran's "Mid year Blues" burned through ten weeks on the American Billboard Top 40, cresting at number 14 in 1968. Indeed, even with various faculty changes, San Francisco's Blue Cheer had the capacity discharge a few achievement and powerful collections.
Then again, on the off chance that you are searching for business achievement and life span, one could contend that Blue Oyster Cult, another hard-shake/overwhelming metal band could best that rundown. In 1972, with their self named introduction collection, Blue Oyster Cult consolidated the components of hard-shake and extraordinary visiting to prepare for their forthcoming achievement. In 1976, they got through to the standard coliseum and FM radio with the collection "Operators Of Fortune" that incorporated their greatest hit, the fantastic and irresistible "Don't Fear The Reaper." Blue Oyster Cult demonstrated that they were more than an one-hit wonder with more than fourteen collections shockingly.
Besides, in the event that you a searching for one of the top "soul" blue collections, there are a few in that domain. The Blues Brothers (framed by Saturday Night Live graduated class' Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi) rode the achievement of a SNL drama and with numerous whiz performers scored a few main 40 hits including "Soul Man." Blues Traveler, with vocalist/harmonica virtuoso John Popper are known as a "soul jam Band" with solid improvisional aptitudes and their top hit "Circled," one of the greatest singles in 1995.
The Blues Project, a gathering shaped in 1965 by guitarist Danny Kalb and Steve Katz, was one of the first "underground" gatherings in the US, blending rock/soul/pop and people; they assembled a few mixed and progressive collections in the mid 60's.
Be that as it may, in the event that you are searching for the complete soul collection by a soul band, John Mayall's Blues Breakers (with Eric Clapton) give the ideal case of a soul and boogie mix uncommonly played by the surprising Clapton.
The hallucinogenic music sort is all around spoken to with the Bronx-based Blues Magoos who outlined in 1967 with "(We Ain't Got) Nothing Yet." Throughout their short vocation they rode the hallucinogenic time horse and played a blend of irresistible shake and move and tenacious carport rock.
A generally obscure blue band "Blue Things" had the capacity blend their Byrdesque society and lively pop shake to turn into a local accomplishment in the Midwest and Texas. Regardless of a national record contract with RCA, they stay one of the better illustrations of the mid 60's music period that you most likely never knew about.
A gathering from Toronto, Canada named Blue Rodeo has attracted examinations to the Beatles/Dylan with smooth harmonies and rootsy society rock, they are unquestionably justified regardless of a listen on the off chance that you like option nation rock.
Other blue gatherings incorporate Blue Nile, shaped in 1981 in Glasgow, Scotland, were exceedingly commended for their marvelous pop solid. The Blue Ridge Rangers gets a notice only in view of the famous John Fogerty, who discharged a collection under that name (despite the fact that, actually the gathering was just Fogerty playing all the instruments), that despite the fact that was not a gigantic business achievement, demonstrated he had a place as one of the top entertainers in rock and roll.
"Ride Captain Ride" was a main 40 hit in 1972 for Blues Image, a stone gathering that included Mike Pinera (who later joined Iron Butterfly). Blue Magic, a R & B vocal gathering from Philadelphia scored two main ten hits in 1974. Furthermore, a gathering named Blue Haze, a reggae bunch from England secured a main 40 hit in 1972 with the melody "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes."
Presently, I might not have totally addressed the email question, I feel that is up to individual inclination and taste. Yet, I will give you a sentiment of the most noticeably awful melody by a blue gathering. That qualification fits in with Blue Swede and the revamp of the melody "Snared On A Feeling," a hit in 1974, complete with the sickening and feared "OOGA Chacka" verse added to the tune.