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Samuel Gene Maghett Magic Sam (1937.02.14/Grenada, MS – 1969.12.01/Chicago, IL) was generally acknowledged as among the most brilliant of the young up-and-coming guitarists on a crowded Chicago blues scene in the 1950s and 1960s. Along with players like Otis Rush and Buddy Guy, Magic Sam helped introduce a more modern sound on electric guitar to the blues. He also was a gifted, expressive singer who was certainly capable…

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  • Super Blues! http://goodtimecollective.bandcamp.com/album/preacher-the-bear-and-their-super-blues-sound
  • Spotify playlist: [url=http://open.spotify.com/user/1124842745/playlist/2sfzZrMUmOlxvvf9Z5ko8k]Blues: Chicago Blues, Delta Blues, Electric Blues, Jump Blues, Piedmont Blues[url]
  • don't know about other records,but 'west side soul' is a good blues album.even though i prefer classic blues.
  • American Folk Blues Festival group: http://www.last.fm/group/American+Folk+Blues+Festival
  • west-side scene
  • "I just Want a little bit" is the groovytuune!!!!!
  • Magic is right, he could weave a spell.
  • His music is magical
  • when you add buddy guy with otis rush, the magic sam happens
  • He could wield an axe, damn!

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