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Blues Documentary Red, White and Blues. UK musicians Georgie Fame, John Mayall and Eric Clapton explaining the influence of the old US blues masters.

Blues Documentary Red, White and Blues. UK musicians Georgie Fame, John Mayall and Eric Clapton explaining the influence of the old US blues masters.

Muddy Waters, Memphis Slim, Willy Dixon, Otis Spann et al. - Bye Bye Blues

Muddy Waters, Memphis Slim, Willy Dixon, Otis Spann et al. - Bye Bye Blues

The stage at the Ground Zero Blue Club in Clarksdale, Miss. The club is home to nightly Blues shows and is co-owned by attorney Bill Luckett and actor Morgan Freeman.

Touched down in the land of the Delta Blues

The stage at the Ground Zero Blue Club in Clarksdale, Miss. The club is home to nightly Blues shows and is co-owned by attorney Bill Luckett and actor Morgan Freeman.

"Chicago" Bob Nelson (July 4, 1944 – January 17, 2013) was a harmonica player and singer who is known for amalgamating Louisiana and Chicago blues styles. He was singular in being mentored by traditional rural southern blues harmonica practitioners and melding their approach with urban Chicago playing, thus creating his own distinctive sound. Here with Guitar Shorty during his Europian Tour with the Dutch Greyhound Blues Band at Nuit Du Blues Sarreguemines (Fr), 3 may 1994.

"Chicago" Bob Nelson (July 4, 1944 – January 17, 2013) was a harmonica player and singer who is known for amalgamating Louisiana and Chicago blues styles. He was singular in being mentored by traditional rural southern blues harmonica practitioners and melding their approach with urban Chicago playing, thus creating his own distinctive sound. Here with Guitar Shorty during his Europian Tour with the Dutch Greyhound Blues Band at Nuit Du Blues Sarreguemines (Fr), 3 may 1994.

Jazz and blues club, The Brown Shoe, on North Wells Street in Chicago by Elizabeth Russo,University of Chicago Photographic Archive.

Jazz and blues club, The Brown Shoe, on North Wells Street in Chicago by Elizabeth Russo,University of Chicago Photographic Archive.

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