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Taj Mahal (Henry Saint Clair Fredericks: May 17 is a blues musician Bruce Greene Music Icon, Soul Music, My Music, Music Life, Music Stuff, Taj Mahal, Grateful Dead, Los Rolling Stones, Best Guitar Players

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See a recent post on Tumblr from @rainingmusic about blues. Discover more posts about guitar, music, jazz, rock, vince dunn, muddy waters, and blues.

Blues singer and guitarist Mississippi John Hurt attending the Newport Folk Festival, Newport, Rhode Island, United States, photograph by John Rudoff. Rhythm And Blues, Jazz Blues, Blues Music, Blues Artists, Music Artists, Folk Music, My Music, Music Pics, Delta Blues

Up-close pics of famous 1960’s folksters by a teenage photojournalist [21 pictures]

Mississippi John Hurt

Big Joe Williams - Delta blues guitarist, powerhouse singer and accomplished tune smith, best known for the standard, "Baby, Please Don't Go. Rhythm And Blues, Jazz Blues, Blues Music, Delta Blues, Boogie Woogie, Blues Artists, Jazz Musicians, Soul Music, Rock N Roll

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Otis Rush (born April 29, 1935 in Philadelphia, Mississippi) is a blues musician, singer and guitarist. His distinctive guitar style features a slow burning sound and long bent notes. With similar qualities to Magic Sam and Buddy Guy, his sound became known as West Side Chicago blues and became an influence on many musicians. Rush is left-handed and, unlike many other left-handed guitarists, plays a left-handed instrument strung upside-down with the low E string at the bottom.

Joe Willie Wilkins at Ann Arbor, source: Blues Unlimited 134 (March/June p. Jazz Blues, Blues Music, When The Levee Breaks, Classic Blues, Delta Blues, Blues Artists, Music Images, Blues Rock, Types Of Music

Joe Willie Wilkins (January 7, 1923[2] – March 28, 1979 was a Memphis blues guitarist, singer and songwriter. Whilst he influenced contemporaries such as Houston Stackhouse, Robert Nighthawk, David Honeyboy Edwards, and Jimmy Rogers, Wilkins' bigger impact was on up and coming guitarists, including Little Milton, B.B. King, and Albert King. Wilkins' songs included "Hard Headed Woman" and "It's Too Bad."

Charlie Spand was a blues and boogie-woogie pianist and singer, noted for his… Jazz Blues, Blues Music, Classic Blues, Vocal Coach, Piano Player, Boogie Woogie, Blues Artists, Harlem Renaissance, Smooth Jazz

Charlie Spand was a blues and boogie-woogie pianist and singer, noted for his barrelhouse style. Spand was deemed one of the most influential piano players of the 1920s. Little is known of his life outside of music, and his total recordings comprise only thirty three tracks.

 Banks (October 1932 – May was a Chicago blues and soul blues guitarist, singer and songwriter. He was a respected club performer in Chicago for many years, before recording two albums for Wolf Record Rhythm And Blues, Jazz Blues, Blues Music, Junior Wells, History Of Photography, Yesterday And Today, Love Blue, African American History, Photo Library

L.V. Banks (October 28, 1932 – May 2, 2011) was a Chicago blues and soul blues guitarist, singer and songwriter. He was a respected club performer in Chicago for many years, before recording two albums for Wolf Records.

entry from ROOTS N BLUES Wayne Miller’s Blues at the Maxwell Street flea market. Chicago, Il Miller’s Blues at the Maxwell Street flea market. Jazz Blues, Blues Music, St Blues, George Harrison, Rock Music, My Music, Reggae Music, Instrumental, Rock And Roll

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Blues at the Maxwell Street flea market, Chicago, 1947.Photo by Wayne Miller

Howlin' Wolf on stage at Silvio's, Chicago, early Smokestack ~> great man ~> very En-Lightnin' . Classic Blues, Classic Rock, Jazz Blues, Blues Music, Rock Music, My Music, Reggae Music, Chicago Wolves, Soul Jazz

Howlin' Wolf

On Shindig, with the Rolling Stones. The Shindogs (with James Burton) backing Wolf and Hubert Sumlin. 1965. European TV appearence. Newport Jazz Festival. Nobody booed Wolf for going electric. Check from Sam Phillips to Chester Burnett (Howlin' Wolf), in time for Christmas, '51. My favorite stamp. Onstage at Silvios, Chicago, early 60's. June 10 was Howlin' Wolf's centennial. That means 1ooth birthday for you morons out there. So I'm ten days late and two dollars short, as usual. All of…

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Hound Dog Taylor at Alice’s Revisited Maxwell Street Jimmy Davis Blind Arvella Gray Big Walter Horton Lucille Spann & Mighty Joe Young at the Brown Shoe Mighty Joe Young at the Brown Shoe…

Little Walter another famous blues musician who played with Muddy Waters when he first came to Chicago. Arte Jazz, Jazz Art, Rhythm And Blues, Jazz Blues, Soul Music, Art Music, Don Corleone, Delta Blues, Blue Poster

Little Walter another famous blues musician who played with Muddy Waters when he first came to Chicago.