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9 thoughts on “ Morris Pejoe, Arthur ;Big Boy; Spires & Willie ;Big Eyes; Smith* - Wrapped In My Baby (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Arthur "Big Boy" Spires (February 25, – October in , Spires was working with a band, the Rocket Four, with Eddie El on guitar and Willie "Big Eyes" Smith on drums and harmonica. The recording session featured the three-guitar lineup of Spires, El, and Earl Dranes, supplemented by Smith on maracas on one of the two tracks, "Murmer.
  2. Willie Lee "Big Eyes" Smith (January 19, – September 16, ) was a Grammy Award-winning American electric blues vocalist, harmonica player, and drummer. He was best known for several stints with the Muddy Waters band beginning in the early adrierdredironcrusherkeswyn.xyzinfo: January 19, , Helena, Arkansas, U.S.
  3. Musician. Four over five decades, he was a noted vocalist, harp player and drummer of the Chicago blues scene. At age 17, he learned to play harmonica, moved to Chicago in and played in the Rocket Four, a band led by blues guitarist Arthur ‘Big Boy' Spires. In , he played harmonica on Bo Diddley's recording of Burial: Restvale Cemetery, Alsip, Cook County, Illinois, .
  4. Mar 29,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Arthur 'Big Boy' Spires, About to lose my mind YouTube Arthur "Big Boy" Spires-Murmur Low - Duration: Traveler Into The Blue views.
  5. Arthur 'Big Boy' Spires (February 25, - October 22, ) was an American blues singer and guitarist, who recorded for a number of record labels in Chicago in the s and s. Life and career Spires was born in Natchez, Mississippi (some sources .
  6. Nov 25,  · The picture of the "Spoiler" looks alot like my "Big Boy". The tail looks shorter and the fuse may be a little larger. I don't remember the weight but this was a very light plane for the wing area. It was the plane I took out the first time I flew for the year to get the old thumbs loosened up.
  7. Willie “Big Eyes” shared the stage with Muddy behind the drums for many years. His latest CD, Born in Arkansas, is a keeper: his version of “Old Woman’s Sweetheart” may have offended a few of the younger ladies in the audience, because “Big Eyes” tips his hat graciously to women with a .
  8. Willie "Big Eyes" Smith. Willie "Big Eyes" Smith (January 19, – September 16, ) was a Grammy Award-winning American electric blues vocalist, harmonica player, and multi-award winning drummer. He was best known for several stints with the Muddy Waters band beginning in the early s. Update this biography».
  9. Morris Pejoe, Arthur "Big Boy" Spires & Willie "Big Eyes" Smith* Morris Pejoe, Arthur "Big Boy" Spires & Willie "Big Eyes" Smith* - Wrapped In My Baby ‎ (LP, Album) Pearl Records (5) PL US: Sell This Version.

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