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McKinley Morganfield (April 4, 1913 – April 30, 1983), known by his stage name "Muddy Waters", was an American blues musician. He is often considered the "father of modern Chicago blues".
In 1981, Muddy Waters was invited to perform at "Chicago Fest", the city's top outdoor music festival. He was joined onstage by Johnny Winter—who had successfully produced his most recent albums—and played classics like "Mannish Boy," "Trouble No More" and "Mojo Working" to a new generation of fans. This historic performance was made available on DVD in 2009 by Shout! Factory. Later that year, Waters performed live with the Rolling Stones at the Checkerboard Lounge, with a DVD version of the concert released in 2012.
George "Buddy" Guy (born July 30, 1936) is an American blues guitarist and singer. He is an exponent of Chicago blues and has influenced guitarists including Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page, Keith Richards, Jeff Beck, John Mayer and Stevie Ray Vaughn. In the 1960s, Guy played with Muddy Waters as a house guitarist at Chess Records and began a musical partnership with harmonica player Junior Wells.
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"I Walk the Line" written by Johnny Cash and recorded in 1956, is a song we can all remember. After three attempts with moderate chart ratings, "I Walk the Line" became the first number one Billboard hit for Cash. ‘I Walk The Line’ reached number 17 on the US pop charts and remained on the charts for over 43 weeks, selling over 2 million copies.
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"Get Rhythm" is a song written and recorded by Johnny Cash. It was originally released as the B-side to the single release "I Walk the Line" in 1956. It was re-released with overdubbed "live" effects in September 1969 as an A-side single and reached number 60 on the Billboard Pop chart.
"Peggy Sue" is a rock and roll song written by Buddy Holly, Jerry Allison and Norman Petty. Originally performed, recorded and released as a single by Holly in early July of 1957. The song went to #3 on the Billboard Top 100 chart in that same year. The song is currently ranked as the 106th greatest song of all time.
"Everyday", on "The FlipSide", is a song written by Buddy Holly and Norman Petty. Recorded by Buddy Holly and the Crickets on May 29, 1957 and released on September 20, 1957 as the B-side to "Peggy Sue". The song length is an economical 2 minutes and 5 seconds and is ranked #236 on the Rolling Stone magazine's list of The 500 Greatest Songs of All time.
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"Love Me with All Your Heart" is a popular song, based on the Spanish language song "Cuando calienta el sol". The music was written by Rafael Gaston Perez, a Nicaraguan songwriter and bandleader. SADAIC (the Argentine Society of Music Authors and Composers) also credits the Argentine composer, Carlos Albert Martinoli. wiki
"Dance Me to the End of Love" is a 1984 song by Leonard Cohen. It was first performed by Cohen on his 1984 album "Various Positions". It has since been recorded by various artists, and has been described as "trembling on the brink of becoming a standard. wiki
"Careless Whisper" is a 1984 single by George Michael (credited to "Wham! featuring George Michael" in Japan, Canada and the United States), released by Epic Records in the United Kingdom, Japan, and other countries; and by Columbia Records in North America. The song was George Michael's first solo single although he was still performing in Wham! at the time (the song is included on Wham!'s album "Make it Big"). The song features a prominent saxophone riff, and has been covered by a number of artists since its first release. It was released as a single and became a huge commercial success on both sides of the Atlantic. It reached number one in nearly 25 countries, selling about six million copies worldwide. wiki
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Israel "Iz" Kaʻanoʻi Kamakawiwoʻole translation: "The Fearless Eyed", also called Bruddah Iz was a Hawaiian musician, entertainer and sovereignty activist.
His voice became famous outside Hawaii when his album "Facing Future" was released in 1993. His medley of "Somewhere over the Rainbow/What a Wonderful World" was subsequently featured in several films, television programs, and television commercials.
Through his skillful ukulele playing and incorporation of other genres (such as jazz and reggae), Kamakawiwoʻole remains a very strong influence on Hawaiian music. wiki
Throughout his life, Kamakawiwoʻole was morbidly obese and at one point weighed 757 pounds standing 6-foot-2-inch tall . He endured several hospitalizations because of health problems caused by his weight. Beset with respiratory, heart, and other medical problems, he died at the age of 38 in Queen's Medical Center at 12:18 a.m. on June 26, 1997. Kamakawiwoʻole was survived by his wife, Marlene Kamakawiwoʻole, and their daughter, Ceslieanne "Wehi". wiki
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