Junior wells

JUNIOR WELLS - CHICAGO BLUES SINGER, GUITARIST AND HARP PLAYER. HE PLAYED WITH THE  CREAM OF THE SOUTH SIDE BLUES ACES INCLUDING MUDDY WATERS AND BUDDY GUY.

Junior Wells (December 1934 – January was an American Chicago blues vocalist, harmonica player, and recording artist.

Junior Wells sings and plays harp on the tune "Hoodoo Man Blues" with Otis Rush on guitar in 1966.

In bluesman Junior Wells was born in West Memphis, Ark. He replaced harmonica player Little Walter in Muddy Waters’ band in the early His most famous recording is “Hoodoo Man.” Wells died in Chicago of cancer on Jan.

Junior Wells and Buddy Guy (shown at the Ann Arbor Blues Festival, 1970 by Charles Sawyer), "My Home's In the Delta"

Junior Wells and Buddy Guy at the "Ann Arbor Blues Festival", by Charles Sawyer Photo

Junior Wells - Hoodoo

Junior Wells - Hoodoo

JUNIOR WELLS -  Hoodoo Man Blues 1965

JUNIOR WELLS - Hoodoo Man Blues 1965

Buddy Guy and Junior Wells by Jim Marshall

Ann Arbor Blues Festival (Buddy Guy and Junior Wells, Ann Arbor Blues Festival)

Junior Wells performing Cryin' Shame, with Buddy Guy, guitar, and David Myers, bass, from the movie Chicago Blues, in 1970.

Junior Wells performing Cryin' Shame, with Buddy Guy, guitar, and David Myers, bass, from the movie Chicago Blues, in 1970.

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