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October 23, 2017

    1950: Blues singer and slide guitarist Johhny Shines recorded “Joliet Blues” for Chess records on October 23, 1950. Little Walter played the harmonica on the song. [external link to Wikipedia]

    1950: Muddy Waters, Ernest “Big” Crawford, Elgin Evans, and Little Walter recorded “Louisiana Blues” and “Evan’s Shuffle” on October 23, 1950.


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