cd edition of three concerts of the rolling stones that were then available only in dvd. “Ladies & Gentlemen” records the concert that the group gave in texas in 1972, on the promotion tour to “Exile on main Street” and is considered by fans as one of the best performances of the rolling stones ever. “Some girls: live in texas ‘78” was also recorded in texas in 1978, no will rogers memorial center, in fort worth, shortly after the album “Some Girls” had reached the 1st of the sales tops in the eua. "Live at the checkerboard Lounge” records a very special evening during the 1981 tour of the stones in the eua, when the band appeared in the Buddy Guy blues club, checkerboard lounge, when muddy water acted, having the group joined the musician for a truly memorable evening.
American blues guitarist, singer and composer
Born 4 April 1913, Rolling Fork, Mississippi, USA.
Died 30 April 1983, Westmont, Illinois, USA.
Father of Mud Morganfield, Big Bill Morganfield, and Joseph ‘Mojo’ Morganfield (died Dec 10, 2020, aged 56).
Considered by many to be a founder of the modern Chicago Blues style. A powerful inspiration in the emergence of the electric blues oriented groups in the UK during the 60s.
He became the most prominent interpreter of the electric blues.
On Morganfield's marriage license & musician's Union Card he indicates the year of his birth as 1913. His place of birth was, in fact, in Issaquena County near Rolling Fork. However, his gravestone remains dated as 1915.
Morganfield was inducted into the 'Rock And Roll Hall of Fame' in 1987 (Performer).
You Don't Have To Go
Baby Please Don't Go
Hoochie Coochie Man
Long Distance Call
Got My Mojo Workin'
Next Time You See Me
One Eyed Woman
Clouds In My Heart
Champagne And Reefer
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