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    Posted 10 months ago

    Brunswick
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    Mckinley Morganfield was born in 1915 on the old Stovell Plantation outside of Clarksdale,Mississippi. By the age of 17 he was all ready playing the guitar and harmonica. At this time he changes his name to Muddy Waters and heads to Chicago, where he becomes known as the father of the Chicago blues.
    There are so many he has worked with and influenced, from The Rolling Stones to Willie Dixon.
    He was such an influence that the U.S. Library Of Congress sent a person to Mississippi to record Waters before he even left for Chicago to have on file at the library.
    This is his 1961 release, 'Messin' With The Man' on the famous Chess Lable.
    Waters passed away in the suburb of Westmont outside of Chicago in 1983.

    Thank You,
    Thomas.

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    1. keramikos keramikos, 10 months ago
      Brunswick, Muddy Waters is definitely cool. :-)

      https://www.discogs.com/Muddy-Waters-Lonesome-Room-Blues-Messin-With-The-Man/release/5382880

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KkTaX-5fOt8

      Chess records is also definitely cool. Not to mention Mr. Leonard Chess who was so cool that he stepped in, bought Etta James' house, and put it in the organization's name to protect it from Etta's mother (one of many complicated stories in James' fascinating 1995 memoir "Rage to Survive").
    2. Brunswick Brunswick, 10 months ago
      Ben, Kevin, Rich, Lucas, Kera, Jenni, Craig, Ken, Aura, Rniederman, Phil, Artfoot And Bobby, You help keep the soundtracks of our lives Rolling along..Thank You!!!!!!

      Thomas.
    3. Brunswick Brunswick, 10 months ago
      Fortapache, A great day to you Brian!! Thank You!!

      Thomas.
    4. Brunswick Brunswick, 10 months ago
      Officialfuel, Hum, Sean And Re-In-Vintage, Thanks you 4 here much my friends!!!!

      Thomas.
    5. buckethead, 8 months ago
      Wow....Muddy Waters....one of the foremost artists in blues history.
    6. keramikos keramikos, 8 months ago
      buckethead, And one of the artists whose master tapes were lost in that 2008 fire.

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