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Muddy Waters

Muddy Waters was the one most important musician to emerge in post-war American blues. A peerless vocalist, a gifted songwriter, an capable guitarist, and head of one from the most powerful bands within the genre (which became a demonstrating ground for several musicians who become legends within their very own …

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McKinley Morganfield

A post-war Chicago blues picture minus the magnificent efforts of McKinley Morganfield, better referred to as Muddy Waters, is completely unimaginable. In the past due ’40s on, he eloquently described the city’s intense, swaggering, Delta-rooted audio along with his declamatory vocals and piercing glide guitar strike. When he passed on …

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