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London's Burning - The Clash
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The Clash's debut album signaled the arrival of a raw new sound that would define the era.

 

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Son House

Death Letter Blues

Born in Lion, Mississippi in 1902, Eddie James "Son House" Jr. was a blues guitarist who developed a unique style of playing slide guitar.

Jimi Hendrix

12 String Blues

Jimi Hendrix started playing the guitar as a teenager in Seattle, Washington in the 1950s. His professional career began playing backup. 

BB King

Why I Sing the Blues

Born in Lion, Mississippi in 1902, Eddie James "Son House" Jr. was a blues guitarist who developed a unique style of playing slide guitar.

Muddy Waters

Rolling Stone

Muddy Waters was born in rural Mississippi in 1913 and began playing the blues at an early age. He learned the from local blues legends Son House and Robert Johnson. His song Rolling Stone was among the influences for the naming of the magazine started in 1967.

Lightnin Hopkins

Rolling Stone

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Pretty in Punk: Girl's Gender Resistance in a Boy's Subculture by Lauraine LeBlanc

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