The Legends EP, Volume I (Live) - Kenny Wayne Shepherd

The Legends EP, Volume I (Live)

Kenny Wayne Shepherd

  • Genre: Blues
  • Release Date: 2007-12-25
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 4

  • ℗ 2006, 2007 Reprise Records for the U.S. and WEA International Inc. for the world outsi


Title Artist Time
Honky Tonk (Live) Kenny Wayne Shepherd & Buddy Flett 3:13 USD 1.29
Tina Marie (Live) Kenny Wayne Shepherd & Bryan Lee 4:22 USD 1.29
Prison Blues (Live) Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Cootie Stark & Neal "Big Daddy" Pattman 4:38 USD 1.29
I'm Leavin' You (Live) Kenny Wayne Shepherd 8:33 USD 1.29


  • Hey! That sounds like Bryan Lee

    By ol' bilk
    Bryan, the "Braille Blues Daddy" Lee, from up here in Two Rivers WI wrote and sings "Tina Marie" and takes the spotlight on guitar, and of course all of the vocal because KWS can't sing well. This is Kenny's payback for Bryan nurturing him at age 13 at the Old Absynthe in New Orleans. If you've never heard any Bryan Lee, start sampling, especially "29 Ways", "Six String Therapy" and "Natural Ball." Bryan is a treasure you should all discover. His inablity to see gives his voice and guitar that extra soul.
  • Nothing Much Here...

    By Put Down That Axe Eugene
    except some beautifully played blues. I listened to the first volume and immediately bought the other two. Awesome, awesome music. Whooh! Let the boy play dem blues!
  • the legends ep

    By hairstyle
    buy this album with the dvd. kws should be recognized big time with this compilation of legendary people and songs. masterully down!
  • One of the Best

    By Hindsite
    If Blue on Black is the only song you've heard by Kenny Wayne then you haven't heard his best. He just gets better and better. If SRV were alive, he'd be jamming with KWS.
  • Very cooooool ...

    By Ghost_in_the_Machine
    To say blues guitar died with the late great SRV, is like saying R&R died with Elvis ... unbelievable. SRV will never be replaced, but the music lives on through those who carry the torch. Anyway, good tracks Kenny and good to see guitar playing of such has not withered away and succumbed to the ever lingering bling of pop-music ... or should I say Rap? Refreshing Kenny ... thanks!
  • TMC13

    By TMC13
    Words can not express how thrilled I am to hear his voice.... You just don't hear this music anymore. It chills, thrills and fills you with so much emotion.
  • Keep it coming!

    By Guinness 70
    I hope there is more to come soon. Can't get enough of KWS music :)
  • Boo.

    By CorenceD
    Kenny Wayne Shepherd...oh yeah, he's that guy that did that "Blue on Black" song! That song was kickass...10 years ago. Blues guitar died with Stevie Ray Vaughn, give it up Kenny.
  • Great follow up

    By planetgman
    This is a great follow up to "10 Days Out". Nice to see some other cuts that weren't on the original album. These are some great polished tracks for those of you into the more full sounding blues. All great tracks too.
  • "The Way You Do That Dance!"

    By Grimmbo
    .."Take Away All My Misery!"..Whoa; Yeah! "The Kid's All Grown Up Now!" And hanging out with just some of "The Legends" of the Blues! { And if Kenny Wayne Shepherd's "The Legends EP, Vol. 1" is just an Appetizer; Then we can hardly wait for the Banquet!} This disc Really Rocks with some of the most Awesome Axework this side of The Rio Grande!

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