Robert Gordon delivers the compelling story of a Clarksdale, Mississippi, sharecropper turned Chicago (and ultimately, international) blues star — McKinley "Muddy Waters" Morganfield. A great read that's recommended to all fans of blues and popular music. - Roger Stolle, Cat Head
From the web: The epic, rollicking, up-and-down life of Muddy Waters, who went from Mississippi farmhand to musical legend, who invented electric blues and created the template for the rock-and-roll band and its wild lifestyle, is brought into sharp focus in this widely acclaimed biography.
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