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Howlin’ Wolf

In the annals from the blues, there’s never been anyone that can compare with the Howlin’ Wolf. Six feet three and near 300 pounds in his salad times, the Wolf was the primal drive from the music spun out to its supreme summary. A Robert Johnson might have possessed even …

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Earl Caruthers

Saxophonist Earl Caruthers was from the Kansas Town jazz picture for his whole profession, and recorded most prolifically as an associate from the Jimmie Lunceford music group. He attended senior high school in Kansas Town, Kansas, then researched at close by Fisk College or university. In 1928, still an adolescent, …

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