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Chess Records

Chess Records was an American record company, founded in 1950 in Chicago and specializing in blues and rhythm and blues.

First of four parts chronicling the incredible story of Chess Records. Home of Muddy Waters, Sonny Boy Williamson, Little Walter, Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley and ...

COMMENTARY: Chicago’s Musical Influence and Tupac’s Impact
We started dating; a very nice girl who went to Hyde Park High School. She worked part-time at Chess Records located at 2120 S. Michigan Ave. She was a receptionist there and she sang background vocals. While we dated, she had one more year of school left ...
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John Anderson and Sam Lay Discuss ‘Sam Lay In Bluesland’
That’s where I managed to, you know, go place to place. Lauren: How did you come to find your niche in arguably the most important epoch of Chicago blues, that of Chess Records, where I understand you played on 40 recordings? Sam: Perhaps more than that.
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The long goodbye: 'Chuck' took its own sweet time
"I guess it was the combination of all of those things. To me, (Berry's records) had sort of a crystal clear clarity of what I wanted to hear, and what I was aiming for. "In retrospect, it was Chess Records," he added, referencing the Chicago label that ...
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Phil Chess, Co-Founder Of Chess Records, Dies At 95
He was 95. Phil and his brother, Leonard Chess, emigrated to the U.S. from Poland in 1928. Chess Records biographer Nadine Cohodas told their story to NPR in 2000. "It was a scrappy kind of existence," Cohodas said of the Chess brothers' early years in ...
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Chess Records co-founder Phil Chess — not just the money guy
Phil Chess, the co-founder of Chicago’s great Chess Records who died Tuesday at age 95, was the quieter of the brothers who started the label that launched the careers of Chuck Berry, Muddy Waters, Willie Dixon, Etta James, Bo Diddley and so many other ...
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Phil Chess Dead: Music World Mourns Death Of Co-Founder Of Chess Records, Which Inspired Cadillac Records Movie
Tributes have been flowing since news surfaced on Tuesday that Phil Chess, a co-founder of Chess Records, is dead. Chess, 95, died Tuesday at his ranch in Tucson, Arizona where he has been living for the past 50 years, his daughter Pam told the Chicago Sun ...
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Phil Chess, Pioneering Blues and Rock Exec, Dead at 95
Prolific record producer and Chess Records co-founder helped introduced Chuck Berry, Muddy Waters, Bo Diddley, Etta James to world Phil Chess, the pioneering record executive and producer who co-founded Chess Records, died at age 95. Credit: Michael Ochs ...
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Why isn't Chicago's famed Chess Records a tourist mecca?
It's one of the best kept secrets in the city: Chess Records, the historic recording studio building where modern electric blues was born. Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stones recorded here, and this is where Chuck Berry, Muddy Waters, Etta James and Bo ...
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Chess Records Heir Keeps the Family Legacy Alive Through Latin Music
Jamar Chess reached out to me directly after reading my story about the history of black-Jewish relationships within the American music industry. One anecdote, which we cited from an academic history but have since corrected, cites The Rolling Stones ...
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Phil Chess, co-founder of blues label Chess Records, dies
Chess Records co-founder Phil Chess, who with brother Leonard helped launch the careers of Chuck Berry, Howlin' Wolf, Muddy Waters and others and amassed a catalog of rock and electric "Chicago" blues that profoundly influenced popular music in the 1950s ...
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Chess Records - Wikipedia
Chess Records was an American record company, founded in 1950 in Chicago and specializing in blues and rhythm and blues. Over time it expanded into soul ...
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Chess Records - Chess – History of Rock
Leonard and Phil Chess, two Polish born immigrants, founded Chess Records the pre-eminent Blues label of the 50s and 60s.Eventually they created a monopoly of Chicago ...
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Leonard Chess - Wikipedia
Leonard Chess (March 12, 1917 – October 16, 1969) was an American record company executive and the co-founder of Chess Records. He was influential in the ...
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Chess Records - Simple English Wikipedia, the free ...
Chess Records was an American record label from Chicago, Illinois. It was founded by the brothers Leonard and Phil Chess. The label was important for blues, R&B, soul
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Chess Records - Encyclopedia of Chicago
Founded in 1950, Chess Records captured a vibrant new style of American music with roots in the American South that influenced and inspired rock and roll pioneers ...
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Chess - CDs and Vinyl at Discogs
Chess was one of the premier blues labels of the 1950s and 60s, also releasing R&B, soul, jazz, gospel and rock. They released records by every major blues artist in ...
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Cadillac Records Gets Nothing Right, Especially the Facts ...
Beyoncé Knowles sounds nothing like Etta James, and Cadillac Records is nothing like factual. First, a key spoiler: Cadillac Records is not the story of Chess ...
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Blues Heaven Foundation
A Tour of Chess Records; Events. Blues Garden Concert Series; Contact. Volunteers; Scholarships. Muddy Waters; Willie Dixon; ... Blues Heaven Foundation © All Rights ...
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Chess Records - CDs and Vinyl at Discogs
Complete your Chess Records collection. Discover what's missing in your Chess Records discography. Shop Chess Records Vinyl and CDs.
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