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Unformatted text preview: -I’, gonna make women, jump and shout-Lack and the number 7 the 7 th hour, the 7 th day, the 7 th month, the 7 th doctor-Magic (black cat bone and a mojo too.) Willie Dixon, influential blues songwriter, producer and bassist/ The harmonica (harp) came to prominence in Chicago R & B bands in the 1940s and 1950s. Sonny Boy Williamson I (Jon Lee Williamson) Sonny Boy Williamson II )Aleck ‘Rice” Miller) John Lee Hooker- one of the last links to the blues of the deep South Riley “Blues Boy” King, born Sept. 16 th , 1925 B.B. King is the most significant artist in blues history. Lucille- Gibson signature guitar for B.B King ’15 times, a lady has said to me ‘It’s either me or Lucille.’ That’s why I’ve got 15 children by 15 women Ellas Otha Bates McDaniel – Bo Diddley Arthur Crudup That’s Alright Mama and RCA-Victor!...
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- Spring '11
- Music, Muddy Waters, Chicago Blues, Chicago style blues, Chicago blues musicans, influential blues songwriter