Muddy Waters: The Mojo Man
A sharecropper on a Mississippi plantation, a bootlegger, gambler, ladies' man, and dynamic blues singer and guitarist -- this biography traces the life of this legendary blues man from the 1940s to his death in 1983. Includes a complete discography.
Based on original interviews conducted in Mississippi and Chicago, Muddy Waters: The Mojo Man brings together for the first time the complete record of the most famous blues man of all time. Encyclopedic in detail, this book explores Muddy's personal and musical life, including much newly discovered material about his sources, his band members, his family, and his legacy.
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Foreword by Eric Clapton
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