James Cotton

By J Poet

James Cotton’s place in blues history would be assured if the only thing he ever did was play harmonica with Howlin’ Wolf and in Muddy Waters’ earthshaking band of the 1950s. But in 1966 he began a fabled solo career with albums that combined soul, rock and blues with his distinct harmonica sound and powerful vocals. He’s made more than 100 albums, both as a front man and featured harmonica player and was a big part of Muddy Waters’ Grammy winning Still Hard (1977 Blue Sky) to which he contributed the standard “The Blues Had a Baby and They Called It Rock and... Read More

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