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Muddy Waters: The Mojo Man (edition 1996)

by Sandra B. Tooze

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This biography based on original interviews conducted in Mississippi and Chicago, brigns together the complete record of the first of the great Chicago bluesmen. Born and raised on a Mississippi plantation, Muddy Waters was discovered in 1941, and two years later moved to Chicago whrre he pioneered what came to be know as urban, or electric blues. Sandra Tooze explores Muddy's dramatic life as a bootlegger, gambler, ladies man, and legendary blues musician, and makes new revelations about Water's personal and… (more)
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Title:Muddy Waters: The Mojo Man
Authors:Sandra B. Tooze
Info:ECW Press (1996), Paperback, 383 pages
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This biography based on original interviews conducted in Mississippi and Chicago, brigns together the complete record of the first of the great Chicago bluesmen. Born and raised on a Mississippi plantation, Muddy Waters was discovered in 1941, and two years later moved to Chicago whrre he pioneered what came to be know as urban, or electric blues. Sandra Tooze explores Muddy's dramatic life as a bootlegger, gambler, ladies man, and legendary blues musician, and makes new revelations about Water's personal and

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