I love this band, but they are not my favorite band. They have some of the best songs ever, but I’ve always thought their music was very derivative (in fact, my opinion of them changed once I started listening to their new album). That being said, I am a huge fan of their music, so I decided to list them here.

The name of the band name is a nod to the famous group of blues musicians, The Blues Magoos. The group was formed in 1960s Memphis by singer Roberta Shakes and guitarist Ronnie Gilbert. The two soon made a name for themselves in the blues scene, and eventually Shakes and Gilbert went on to form the Blues Group, which also included singer Jimmy Reed and guitarist James Cotton.

The Blues Magoos were an original group of blues musicians who had very clear band, and then an eponymous group that came later. In the early ’60s, Shakes and Gilbert formed a group called the Black Magnolias. Shakes’ was the lead singer and guitarist, and the group’s original line-up featured her singing on lead.

The Blues Group may be the most famous blues band of all time, but it’s not the last. The Blues Group would go on to tour, record, and release a number of albums, and they would release a number of compilations. As the Blues Group became a more popular group, they released a number of different line-up changes, with guitar player and singer Jimmy Reed being the last to leave.

The Blues Group was formed in 1959 by Jimmy Reed, John Mayall, and John Martyn. They would go on to be the most popular blues band of all time, releasing more than 20 albums, and releasing a number of compilations.

In the late 60s, the Blues Group broke up, and Jimmy Reed went on to release solo albums, and John Mayall went on to found the English rock band Deep Purple. The Blues Group then reformed, and released two more albums before the group broke up in 1969.

The Blues Group is a group of musicians who played blues music in the early 60s, who broke up in 1969. The group was formed by Jimmy Reed, John Mayall, and John Martyn. They formed the band Blues Band in 1960, and that’s the name of the group. The group disbanded in 1969, and Jimmy Reed went on to release solo albums, and John Mayall went on to form Deep Purple.

The Blues Band was formed in 1960 by Jimmy Reed, John Mayall, and John Martyn. They formed the band Blues Band in 1960, and that the name of the band Blues Band. The band started playing blues music in 1960, and continued playing blues music until 1969 when they broke up. Jimmy Reed went on to release solo albums and John Mayall went on to form Deep Purple.

The Blues Band didn’t disband until 1969, and they never released any records until the late 70s. That’s why I’m not a fan of their name. I believe the name has to do with their unique sound: loud, fast, and bluesy. It’s hard to describe the sound of Blues Band without sounding like a bunch of hippies.

To be completely serious, though, if there was a blues band where the members were named after animals, it would be the Blue Cheerleaders. They started playing music in the mid-60s and never stopped, though their sound was pretty unique. They were the first to use synthesizers, and they started playing their songs in a way that would become synonymous with the new blues genre of Chicago blues.

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