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March 13: “I’m Your Hoochie Coochie Man”,1954
By Sentinel News Staff
Published March 13, 2022

Muddy Waters AKA McKinley Morganfield was an American blues guitarist and singer, who played a major role in creating the post-World War II electric blues. His music, much of which he composed, included lyrics that were mournful and sensual. In the process, Waters became the foremost exponent of modern Chicago blues.

Muddy Waters’ song, “I’m Your Hoochie Coochie man,” charted on the R&B charts, 1954

 

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