Indigenous – Place I know (Starters for Tex #024) 4/10 (3)

Starters for Ten 2019 – 24: Top Ten Spinetingler tracks: 190124

Indigenous – Place I know (2008)

Throughout 2019 Jem of Jemtunes is taking you through 36 top tens and one top five. Tunes for a whole gamut of reasons including genre, mood, time of year or simply time itself. Sometimes there’s be words but mostly it’ll simply be the tune itself. Because the music always speaks for itself.

Continuing the third, running between 21 and 30 January and featuring my top ten Spinetingler tracks, here’s Place I know taken from the 2008 album by the South Dakota based blues rock band Indigenous – ‘Broken Lands’

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Rory Gallagher – Bullfrog Blues (Starters for Ten #010) 10/10 (1)

Starters for Ten 2019 – 10: Top Ten blues rock stonkers: 190110

Rory Gallagher – Bullfrog Blues

Throughout 2019 Jem of Jemtunes will be taking you through 36 top tens and one top five. Tunes for a whole gamut of reasons including genre, mood, time of year or simply time itself. Sometimes there’s be words but mostly it’ll simply be the tune itself. Because the music always speaks for itself.

Concluding the first – top ten blues rock stonkers – here’s the Rory Gallagher arrangement of the traditional Bullfrog Blues, first featuring on his 1972 ‘Live in Europe’ album.

Cry of Love – Bad Thing (Starters for Ten #009) 9/10 (1)

Starters for Ten 2019 – 9: Top Ten blues rock stonkers: 190109

Cry of Love – Bad Thing

Throughout 2019 Jem of Jemtunes will be taking you through 36 top tens and one top five. Tunes for a whole gamut of reasons including genre, mood, time of year or simply time itself. Sometimes there’s be words but mostly it’ll simply be the tune itself. Because the music always speaks for itself.

Continuing the first – top ten blues rock stonkers – running from 1st to 10th January, here’s Bad Thing from Cry of Love’s 1993 album ‘Brother’.

The Hoax – Can’t do right for doing wrong (Starters for Ten #008) 8/10 (1)

Starters for Ten 2019 – 8: Top Ten blues rock stonkers: 190108

The Hoax – Can’t do right for doing wrong

Throughout 2019 Jem of Jemtunes will be taking you through 36 top tens and one top five. Tunes for a whole gamut of reasons including genre, mood, time of year or simply time itself. Sometimes there’s be words but mostly it’ll simply be the tune itself. Because the music always speaks for itself.

Continuing the first – top ten blues rock stonkers – running from 1st to 10th January, here’s “Can’t do right for doing wrong‘ from Big City Blues. released by The Hoax in August 2013.

The Steepwater Band – Indiana Line (Starters for Ten #007) 7/10 (1)

Starters for Ten 2019 – 7: Top Ten blues rock stonkers: 190107

The Steepwater Band – Indiana Line

Throughout 2019 Jem of Jemtunes will be taking you through 36 top tens and one top five. Tunes for a whole gamut of reasons including genre, mood, time of year or simply time itself. Sometimes there’s be words but mostly it’ll simply be the tune itself. Because the music always speaks for itself.

Continuing the first – top ten blues rock stonkers – running from 1st to 10th January, here’s Indiana Line from the Steepwater Band’s 2012 album ‘Steepwater’

Sean Chambers – Just for the thrill (Starters for Ten #006) 6/10 (1)

Starters for Ten 2019 – 6: Top Ten blues rock stonkers: 190106

Sean Chambers – Just for the thrill

Throughout 2019 Jem of Jemtunes will be taking you through 36 top tens and one top five. Tunes for a whole gamut of reasons including genre, mood, time of year or simply time itself. Sometimes there’s be words but mostly it’ll simply be the tune itself. Because the music always speaks for itself.

Continuing the first – top ten blues rock stonkers – running from 1st to 10th January, here’s Just for the Thrill from the 2013 album ‘The Rock House Sessions’ by Sean Chambers.

ZZ Top – She’s just killing me (Starters for Ten #005) 5/10 (1)

Starters for Ten 2019 – 5: Top Ten blues rock stonkers: 190105

ZZ Top – She’s just killing me

Throughout 2019 Jem of Jemtunes will be taking you through 36 top tens and one top five. Tunes for a whole gamut of reasons including genre, mood, time of year or simply time itself. Sometimes there’s be words but mostly it’ll simply be the tune itself. Because the music always speaks for itself.

Continuing the first – top ten blues rock stonkers – running from 1st to 10th January, here’s ZZ Top’sShe’s just killing me‘, the first single from their 1996 album Rhythmeen.