Lovie Lee

After decades of playing southern juke joints and South Side Chicago taverns, Lovie Lee’s career took a quantum leap in 1979. Joining the Muddy Waters band and cutting his first recording session would have been a boost for the career of almost any bluesman. But, within the totally unspectacular framework of the long career of Lovie Lee, two such events in the same year were more like an atomic explosion.

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