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Brownie McGhee plays guitar and sings, Sonny Terry on harp and Willie Dixon on bass make up this incredible trio. Performing "Born and Living With The Blues" in 1966.

Lightnin’ Hopkins

drew's grooveland

Blind Willie Johnson

Howlin Wolf by Jim Marshall

Albert King | [photographer unknown]

Jimmy Reed


Too Bad Jim : Photo

Freddie King - "Have You Ever Loved A Woman" [Live in Sweden, 1973]

Mississippi John Hurt and Son House in the mid-1960s.

Johnny Winter

Guitar On The Edge - Johnny Winter

Son House - American blues singer and guitarist. newport

Furry Lewis

Sleepy John Estes Photo by Willa Davis

(Mississippi John Hurt, 1965)

Mance Lipscomb (1895-1976), Navasota, Texas bluesman

Mance Lipscomb by Bluesoundz Radio, via Flickr

Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown

Sam John 'Lightnin' Hopkins

Tuesday Time Machine ~ Mr. Charlie ~ Lightnin' Hopkins

Son House was born in Riverton, Mississippi on March 21st, 1902.

Mississippi Fred McDowell

Aretha Franklin - Honest I Do ... So Good!!

Junior Wells - Better off with the Blues

Robert Johnson poses with fellow blues musician Johnny Shines ...

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Lightnin' Hopkins

Howlin' Wolf - Meet Me In The Bottom...also the opening Track for Beefheart's "Safe As Milk"