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"Iodine In My Coffee" - Muddy Waters....."iodine in my coffee, rat poison in my bread"

Legendary Blues Artist, Muddy Waters transformed the soul of the rural South into the sound of the city, electrifying the blues at a pivotal point in the early postwar period.

HAD-- (CD) Sadly, I really only liked "This Is Hip".

John Lee Hooker was a highly influential American blues singer, songwriter and guitarist. He developed a 'talking blues' style that became his trademark.

Muddy Waters is an American blues musician who is considered the "father of modern Chicago blues.

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oh muddy my muddy Muddy waters- MANISH BOY

McKinley Morganfield a.a Muddy Waters (Born April 1913 - Died April This musician is better known as "The Father of Chicago Blues". He is also the real father of famous blues musicians Big Bill Morganfield and Larry "Mud Morganfield" Williams.

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Jimi Hendrix on Drums, Monterey Pop Festival, 1967 by Jim Marshall -

Stevie Ray Vaughan

He was the greatest blues guitarist of his generation. ~ Mick Jagger From Wikipedia: Birth name Stephen Ray Vaughan Also known as SRV Born October 1954 Dallas, Texas, United States Died August

Muddy would have been ninety- nine years old today, had he not died on April 30 in 1983. Ninety- nine years ago he was born in abject p...

Good golly (tonight, I can't stop typing, deleting, then re-typing "good golly" in the comment sections of photos I like), Muddy Waters was a goddamn beautiful man.

keith richards at customs in Seatle - 1972 | This is a photo… | Flickr

Keith Richards of The Rolling Stones is pushing 70 - no really, he is just a youthful 69 today! Photo: Ethan Russell, 1972 - Keef showing that he has his priorities straight when it comes to drugs…

McKinley Morganfield (April 4, 1915 – April 30, 1983), known as Muddy Waters, was an American blues musician, generally considered the "father of modern Chicago blues". He was a major inspiration for the British blues explosion in the 1960s,[1] and was ranked No. 17 in Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time.

"There's no way in the world I can feel the same blues the way I used to. When I play in Chicago, I'm playing up-to-date, not the blues I was born with. People should hear the pure blues - the blues we used to have when we had no money.

The Duchess (Norma-Jean Wofford)

“The Duchess” (born Norma-Jean Wofford) was rhythm guitarist guitarist who played with Bo Diddley and his band from She replaced Peggy Jones (aka "Lady Bo"). Diddley often called Wofford his sister, though they were not related.