Backing tracks are fun and useful, though often scattered, disorganized and hard to find all in one place.
What we've done here is collected a few free blues backing tracks that we like, cleaned them up, dusted them off and organized them into one neat and tidy playlist. It's enough material to keep you busy for a solid weekend and in a bunch of different keys.
These tracks can be played directly from this page, via a Soundcloud playlist, or can be downloaded using the MediaHuman app to MP3 files for your computer or mobile device from the YouTube source. Each channel is cited at the bottom of this page.
The tracks make ideal practice tools, either as a teaching resources or for personal study.
These backing tracks are the property of the individuals who have recorded and/or published them. If you spread this content around on other blog posts or websites, please credit the original author's YouTube channel (linked below) and add a link to this post as well.
Stream the Backing Tracks
Full playlist of the blues backing tracks.
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YouTube Channel Credits
- John Mayer "Crossroads" backing track via TomBaileyMusic
- Heavy blues rock in G7 via kJam Backing Track
- Funky blues II via MyDarnJamTracks
- Piano-heavy blues backing track via Masanoriutsumi
- Hard rock blues in A backing track via John Hall Music
- Hard rock blues in Am via Gilad Perry
- Super funk backing track via Jam Tracks Channel
- Albert Collins style backing track via Chusss Music
- Texas blues shuffle via kJam Backing Track
Graphic via Freepik