We remember Willie Dixon. ‘Hoochie Coochie Dixon’

This day (January 29, 1992), in Burbank, California, died William James ‘Willie’ Dixon,an American blues musician and prolific songwriter.

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This day (January 29, 1992), in Burbank, California, died William James 'Willie' Dixon,an American blues musician and prolific songwriter.Tracklist : I Am The Blues (1984) . Rock Me, Shook Me . I Got My Mojo Working . I'M Nervous . Weak Brain And A Narrow Mind . Bassology (1966) . w/ Muddy Waters, M

Tracklist :

I Am The Blues (1984) . Rock Me, Shook Me . I Got My Mojo Working . I’M Nervous . Weak Brain And A Narrow Mind . Bassology (1966) . w/ Muddy Waters, Memphis Slim, Otis Spann – Bye Bye Blues (1963) . w/ Friends – Berlin Wall (1978) .

Tracklist :

Back Door Man . Spoonful . You Shook Me . The Seventh Son . I’m Your Hoochie Coochie Man . I Ain’t Superstitious . 29 Ways . Walking The Blues . I Can’t Quit You Baby . The Little Red Rooster .

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Recorded on December 3, 1959, Willies Blues was the debut album by Willie Dixon with Memphis Slim on piano. >>

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[1979] B.B.King will share the bill of the first Montreal jazz festival with several other bluesmen like Willie Dixon, Muddy Waters and others at CEPSUM, Université de Montréal in Canada >> 73 MINUTES on RVM >>

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This day (January 29, 1992), in Burbank, California, died William James 'Willie' Dixon,an American blues musician and prolific songwriter.Tracklist : I Am The Blues (1984) . Rock Me, Shook Me . I Got My Mojo Working . I'M Nervous . Weak Brain And A Narrow Mind . Bassology (1966) . w/ Muddy Waters, M

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Wikipedia : This day (January 29, 1992), in Burbank, California, died William James ‘Willie’ Dixon,an American blues musician and prolific songwriter.

Official Website : Can you imagine what music would be like without such hits as “Hoochie Coochie Man”, “Little Red Rooster”, “Spoonful”, “I Ain’t Superstitious”, “I Can’t Quit You Baby” or “My Babe”? Neither could most. Thankfully, we don’t have to.

@ allmusic : Willie Dixon‘s life and work was virtually an embodiment of the progress of the blues, from an accidental creation of the descendants of freed slaves to a recognized and vital part of America’s musical heritage.

@last.fm : In 1936 Dixon moved from his native Mississippi to Chicago, won an Illinois Golden Gloves boxing championship, and began selling his songs. He played double bass in several bands before joining Chess Records.

@Discogs : Inducted into The Blues Foundation Hall of Fame in 1980.

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