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In the Belly of the Blues by Terry…

In the Belly of the Blues

by Terry Abrahamson

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0578102110, Hardcover)

Part of the permanent collection of the library of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Grammy-winning songwriter Terry Abrahamson's memories - told through his personal photos and stories - of years with the legends of Chicago Blues. Writing songs with Muddy Waters, writing and producing George Thorogood's first vinyl, creating John Lee Hooker's Levi's radio ad, plus his nights with BB King, the Rolling Stones, Howlin' Wolf, Johnny Winter and more are highlighted in first- hand accounts and over 100 never-before-seen photos shot by a Blues insider with unique access to some of the most influential artists in music history. These photos have also been celebrated in various photo exhibitions and lecture presentations.

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