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Andrew L. Goodrich

Located in Chicago, Andy Goodrich is normally a experienced alto saxophonist whose shimmering tone is normally inspired by Charlie Parker and Sonny Stitt aswell as Benny Carter. Goodrich was created and elevated in Memphis, where he used the alto in the 7th Quality and continued to be honored a four-year …

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Koko Taylor

Accurately dubbed “the Queen of Chicago blues” (and occasionally simply the blues generally), Koko Taylor helped keep carefully the tradition of big-voiced, brassy female blues belters alive, recasting the spirits of early legends like Bessie Smith, Ma Rainey, Big Mama Thornton, and Memphis Minnie for the present day age. Taylor’s …

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Rosco Gordon

Rosco Gordon was most widely known for being among the progenitors of the slightly shambolic, loping design of piano shuffle called “Rosco’s Tempo.” The essential components of this audio were further created after Jamaican music artists got a your hands on 45s Gordon documented in the first ’50s — that …

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