Blues, Soul and R&B Musicians-6

MUSICIANS ON THIS PAGE: HOWLIN’ WOLF * SMOKEY ROBINSON & THE MIRACLES * MAGIC SAM * TEDESCHI-TRUCKS BAND * SAM AND DAVE * MEMPHIS MINNIE * SAULT * ELISE LEGROW * LITTLE WALTER * MOONCHILD * BILL WITHERS * NORTH MISSISSIPPI ALL STARS * KAYE BOHLER * KAREN GIBSON & THE KINGDOM CHOIR * RIGHTEOUS BROTHERS * JOYANN PARKER * PERCY SLEDGE

[RETURN TO BLUES, SOUL AND R&B INDEX]

With Eric Clapton et. al.:

Some have claimed this performance is from the American Folk Blues Festival tour in Europe, 1964:

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Playlist of entire album of West Side Soul:

Raw Blues Live: Magic Sam Live 1969:

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Playlist of entire Sault album Untitled (Black Is):

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Little Walter, born Marion Walter Jacobs (May 1, 1930 — February 15, 1968), was an American blues harmonica player whose revolutionary approach to his instrument earned him comparisons to Charlie Parker and Jimi Hendrix, for innovation and impact on succeeding generations. His virtuosity and musical innovations fundamentally altered many listeners’ expectations of what was possible on blues harmonica. Little Walter was inducted to the The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2008 in the “sideman” category making him the first and only artist ever to be inducted specifically for his work as a harmonica player. –WIKIPEDIA

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18 songs:


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Featuring Luther Dickinson, vocals and guitar:

An earlier version of the band covers Muddy Waters:


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‘Stand by Me’ performed by Karen Gibson and The Kingdom Choir. This has to be the ultimate wedding video:

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Classic Percy Sledge hit: