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JB Hutto is probably the most under appreciated blues guitarist of all time. Listen to Eric Clapton's playing of Highway 49 with Howling Wolf and compare it to Too Much Alcohol on this album - the songs are obviously similar and JB's playing is arguably better (Eric, no slight to you, but this cat can play). This album is a steal at 5.99 - well worth the price.


Born: April 26, 1926 in Blackville, SC

Genre: Blues

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s

J.B. Hutto -- along with Hound Dog Taylor -- was one of the last great slide guitar disciples of Elmore James to make it into the modern age. Hutto's huge voice, largely incomprehensible diction, and slash-and-burn playing was Chicago blues with a fierce, raw edge all its own. He entered the world of music back home in Augusta, GA, singing in the family-oriented group the Golden Crowns Gospel Singers. He came north to Chicago in the mid-'40s, teaching himself guitar and eventually landing his first...
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