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Lightnin Hopkins

Lightnin Hopkins

John Lee Hooker plays on Detroits Hastings Street, late 1940s. Check out his flecked wool pleated pants and sharp shiny shoes!

John Lee Hooker plays on Detroits Hastings Street, late 1940s. Check out his flecked wool pleated pants and sharp shiny shoes!

By the way...: Rocker, Mods, Punk, Rude boy, Skinheads, Teddy boy...

Rocker, Mods, Punk, Rude boy, Skinheads, Teddy boy...

By the way...: Rocker, Mods, Punk, Rude boy, Skinheads, Teddy boy...

James Cotton (1935) - American blues harmonica player, singer and songwriter, who has performed and recorded with many of the great blues artists of his time as well as with his own band. Although he played drums early in his career, Cotton is famous for his work on the harmonica. - Photo M. Vicario 2008

James Cotton (1935) - American blues harmonica player, singer and songwriter, who has performed and recorded with many of the great blues artists of his time as well as with his own band. Although he played drums early in his career, Cotton is famous for his work on the harmonica. - Photo M. Vicario 2008

BB King, John Lee Hooker and Willie Dixon

BB King, John Lee Hooker and Willie Dixon

Seasick steve and the Mississippi drum machine.

Seasick steve and the Mississippi drum machine.

Buddy Guy and Eric Clapton, London 1969

Buddy Guy and Eric Clapton, London 1969

Otis Spann and Muddy Waters, by Terry Cryer

Otis Spann and Muddy Waters, by Terry Cryer

Lightnin' Hopkins

Lightnin' Hopkins

Big Bill Broonzy & Muddy Waters

Big Bill Broonzy & Muddy Waters

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