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 many more great blues artists.

  1. Best Of Chess: Original Versions Of Songs in Cadillac Records
  2. Spinning Blues Into Gold: The Chess Brothers and the Legendary Chess Records
  3. Chess Blues Classics, 1957 To 1967
  4. Chess Pieces: The Very Best Of Chess Records
  5. Cadillac Records
  6. Essential Chess Blues
  7. Hoochie Coochie Man the Chess Story
  8. The Record Men: The Chess Brothers and the Birth of Rock & Roll (Enterprise)
  9. Reaching Out - Chess Records At Fame Studios
  10. I Am The Black Gold Of The Sun
  11. The Story of Chess Records
  12. The Chess Blues-Rock Songbook: The Classic Originals (Chess 50th Anniversary Collection)
  13. Cadillac Records
  14. Sally Go Round The Roses (Single Version)
  15. Stax 50th - A 50th Anniversary Celebration [2 CD Box Set]
  16. Chess Blues
  17. Chicago Bound: Complete Solo Chess Records As & Bs
  18. Chess Club Rhythm & Soul
  19. Chess Blues Classics 1947-56
  20. Machers and Rockers: Chess Records and the Business of Rock & Roll (Enterprise)
  21. CafePress Chess Records Shirt - 100% Cotton T-Shirt
  22. Her Best - The Chess 50th Anniversary Collection
  23. Something's Got A Hold On Me (Single Version)
  24. The Great Twenty-Eight [Original Chess Records Set]
  25. Chess Score Notebook: Large Size 8"X10", Record Your Games, Log Wins Moves & Strategy (Volume 8)
  26. The World of Chess
  27. Don't Mess Up A Good Thing [feat. Bobby McClure]
  28. Playing Chess
  29. How I Beat Fischer's Record (Judit Polgar Teaches Chess)
  30. His Best: The Chess 50th Anniversary Collection
  31. Chess in Concert
  32. The Best Of The Chess Years
  33. Chess: 5334 Problems, Combinations and Games
  34. At Newport, 1960
  35. Pocket Chess Score Notebook: Small Size 6" X 9", Record Your Games, Log Wins Moves & Strategy (Volume 4)
  36. I'd Rather Go Blind (Single Version)
  37. Two Steps From The Blues
  38. Chess Results, 1964-1967: A Comprehensive Record with 1,204 Tournament Crosstables and 158 Match Scores, with Sources
  39. Chess Score Notebook: Track Record Games Played, Log Wins Moves, Tactics & Strategy, Journal Match Scorebook, Notebook Diary Notation, Portable Handy ... 6x9 Inches Paperback (Hobbies) (Volume 5)
  40. His Best
  41. The Chess Match Log Book: Record Moves, Write Analysis, And Draw Key Positions For Up To 50 Games Of Chess
  42. All I Could Do Was Cry (1960 Single Version)
  43. Chess Score Book: I Love Chess Blue Cover | Record Your Games, Log Wins Moves & Strategy | Notebook, Note, Notation, Journal Match Scorebook | Easy To Carry Small Size (Strategy Games) (Volume 14)
  44. Folk Singer
  45. 73 Questions with Emily Ratajkowski
  46. Muddy Waters At Newport 1960 (180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl/Chess Records Ltd. Edition)
  47. Chess Score Notebook: Black Cover | Record Your Games, Log Wins Moves & Strategy | Note, Notation, Journal Match Scorebook | Easy To Carry Small Size (Strategy Games) (Volume 1)
  48. Summertime (Long Version)
  49. Men's Shirt,Long Sleeve Chess Records Tee For Man
  50. The London Howlin' Wolf Sessions
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