Truth be told, Freddie was a hugely understated influence on many artists over the past 40 years, Clapton being the first to come to mind. I would compare him to Otis Rush in this way, both were huge contributors in the blues world and yet seldom thought of or played enough, in my mind.
great blues. you might want to check out [artist]B.C. Williamson[/artist], who is a fictional blues artist with an endlessly complicated backstory, spanning over 60 years. and now he has a 22-track compilation album coming out.
"The Greatest Blues Singer Who Never Lived."
wow... the guy was huge. but what a player! so sad he left us early on. boogie man is amazing. some of you people might like to check out my music of a similar era... [url]http://www.last.fm/music/B.C.+Williamson[/url] god bless
The youngest of the great three kings of urban blues with Albert and BB King, Freddie has dominated his imposing stature the electric blues of the West Side of Chicago before becoming an idol for guitar heroes of the rock scene !
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~Will : - )
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