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Chicago Blues Society

Chicago Blues Society

Blues Chicago, IL  US
Wang Dang Doodle
Wang Dang Doodle
Wonder Why
Wonder Why
Feeling Sexy
Feeling Sexy
Let Me Love You Baby
Let Me Love You Baby
Hoodoo Man Blues
Hoodoo Man Blues


Otis Rush - "Instrumental"


  • Sun

    Jul 19

    Birmingham, AL, US | 8:00pm

    MCBS Battle of the Blues Bands Come out and enjoy some great blues!!


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  • Olita Duo (Artist)
    Olita Duo
    You guys rock!!
  • Dr Flya (Artist)
    Dr Flya
    Thanks for connecting! Dr Flya
  • Evanthia Bilionis (Artist)
    Evanthia Bilionis
    oh yeah !...bring on them blues sounds and feel... nice tunes !.... all the best from Melbourne Australia
  • Anna Zaccaria (Artist)
    Anna Zaccaria
    Just stopping by to listen to some great tunes..very cool
  • Sami (Artist)
    Amazing ..........wishing you all the best.....Wishing you a great night ...love & respect


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  • CBS - Maxwell Street


Sounds Like: Elmore James, Howlin' Wolf, Muddy Waters, Otis Rush, Buddy Guy & Junior Wells

Bio: Chicago Blues Society Was Created By Lovers Of Electrified Blues Wanting To Spread The Musical Gospel Of Our Blues Prophets & Rock Pioneers: Luther Allison, Chuck Berry, James Cotton, Bo Diddley, Willie Dixon, John Lee Hooker, Big Walter Horton, Howlin' Wolf, Buddy Guy, Little Walter Jacobs, Elmo...See Full Bio

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Q: Hi there I have a c.1951 rrecording of Elmore James playing one way out. I keep playing it and sitting with an acoustic guitar, trying to play the intro and lead. Does anyone know how he played it?

A: Elmore's Trumpet Sides That He Recorded In The Early 50s Are Legendary. How He Played The Song And What Equipment He Used In That Period Are Both Equally Good Questions.

Asked by anonymous. Answered on Sat Nov 02 2013

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