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rolloroberson · 2 days ago
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Muddy Waters, Willie Dixon and a young Buddy Guy (ca. 1956) recording for Chess Records.
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guessimdumb · 3 months ago
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Little Walter and His Jukes - Mellow Down Easy (1954)
Blues harp master class. 
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tfc2211 · 2 months ago
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Willie Dixon - Bass Styve Homnick -  Drums Johnny Winter - Guitar, Piano Sonny Terry - Harmonica, Vocals
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jedivoodoochile · 6 months ago
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Muddy Waters, Johnny Winter & Willie Dixon.
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musickickz · 2 months ago
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Willie Dixon  *July 1, 1915
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the-screen-door · 3 months ago
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Hey, all you people that tryin' to sleep
I'm out to make it with my midnight dream, yeah
'Cause I'm a back door man
The men don't know, but the little girls understand
All right, yeah"
~Back Door Man~
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underscoredeanna · 8 months ago
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My favorite trope is: I would/will alway follow. The way the the characters find their way back to each other, how they’re so loyal (or seemingly) weather these are platonic or romantic, I love this trope.
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Spoiler warning for all of them!
In Julie and the phantoms: When Willie said he should not have put such a burden on the band and he should have just skated away, Alex responds, “I would’ve still followed you anyway”
In supernatural: Any time that Dean tries to do something dangerous and/or put himself in danger Castiel always says, “I’ll go with you.”
In lord of the rings: the line shared between Sam and Frodo “do not go where I can not follow” and how Arwen and Arogorn always find their way back to each other no matter how bad the circumstances could be.
In Dghda: After Dirk and Todd are officially considered friends Dirk would always find his way back to Todd no matter how upset they where are the word and at each other they always found their way back home (to each other).
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Jsjsjajajajja I just watched Hannibal and just can also relate to this! Post :3
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devastationwagon · 2 months ago
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Willie Dixon and the Big Three Trio - Violent Love
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moonchildflower · 7 months ago
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The American Folk-Blues Festival - The British Tours - Howlin’ Wolf, Willie Dixon, Sleepy John Estes, Sonny Boy Williamson II, Sunnyland Slim, Sugar Pie DeSanto, Lightnin’ Hopkins, Hubert Sumlin
Photo by Jean-Pierre Leloir.
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meatthawsmoth · 10 months ago
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Muddy Waters with Willie Dixon & Buddy Guy.
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tfc2211 · 2 months ago
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Willie Dixon - Bass Styve Homnick -  Drums Johnny Winter - Guitar, Piano Sonny Terry - Harmonica, Vocals
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musickickz · 7 months ago
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Willie Dixon   † January 29, 1992
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driftawayonceaday · 9 hours ago
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There have been many versions of the blues classic “I Can’t Quit You Baby”, including Led Zeppelin’s, but the best is Willie Dixon’s.
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mihasznamimoza · 9 months ago
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Hajjaj! Ez a csávó olyasmi, hogy kitalálni se lehetne, szerencse ehhez képest, hogy nem is kell! (1968)
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rockhistory105 · 10 months ago
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Lecture 13:  "Hoochie Coochie Man" - Muddy Waters (Live): Muddy Waters was one of the early pioneering blues electric guitarists. Along with the likes of Buddy Guy, B.B. King, Albert King and Freddie King, Waters paved the way for the blues inspired rock of the late ‘60s-early ‘70s. “Hoochie Coochie Man” represents a shift away from the more traditional southern Delta blues towards the emerging Chicago blues sound. Written by Willie Dixon (and originally named “I’m Your Hoochie Cooche Man,”) “Hoochie Coochie Man” was a hit for Muddy Waters in 1954 and one of many songs he recorded with Chess Records.  
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moonchildflower · 5 months ago
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Willie Dixon
Photo by Peter Figen
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