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March 13: I Am Your Hoochie Coochie Man, 1954

Moody Waters, also known as McKinley Morganfield, was an American blues guitarist and singer who played a major role in the creation of electric blues after World War II. His music, much of which he composes, includes lyrics that are sad and sensual. In the process, Waters became the greatest representative of modern Chicago blues.

Moody Waters song, “I’m Your Hoochie Coochie man”, included in the R&B charts, 1954.

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