Junior Wells



Junior Wells

Rating
Active
1952
Born
December 9, 1934
Died
January 15, 1998
Location
Memphis, TN, United States
Biography
Junior Wells (December 9, 1934 – January 15, 1998), born Amos Wells Blakemore Jr., was an American Chicago blues vocalist, harmonica player, and recording artist. He was one of the pioneers of the amplified blues harp-style associated with Chicago. Wells is best known for his signature song "Messin' with the Kid" and his 1965 album Hoodoo Man Blues, described by the critic Bill Dahl as "one of the truly classic blues albums of the 1960s". Wells performed and recorded with Various notable blues musicians, including Muddy Waters, Earl Hooker, and Buddy Guy.

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Albums, Releases & Mixtapes


Masterpieces Presents Junior Wells: 10 Greatest Blues Hits

Masterpieces Presents Junior Wells: 10 Greatest Blues Hits

Junior Wells November 19, 2017

10 Tracks

At His Best

At His Best

Junior Wells April 26, 2017

7 Tracks

The Original Blues Brothers

The Original Blues Brothers

Buddy Guy March 28, 2017

10 Tracks

The Best of the Blue Rock Years

The Best of the Blue Rock Years

Junior Wells June 29, 2015

22 Tracks

Lovey Dovey Lovey One

Lovey Dovey Lovey One

Junior Wells May 4, 2015

25 Tracks

Pleading the Blues (feat. Buddy Guy Orchestra)

Pleading the Blues (feat. Buddy Guy Orchestra)

Junior Wells December 12, 2013

8 Tracks

Every Day I Have the Blues

Every Day I Have the Blues

Buddy Guy May 2, 2012

10 Tracks

Blues Legend

Blues Legend

Junior Wells May 1, 2012

25 Tracks

Calling All Blues

Calling All Blues

Junior Wells May 2, 2011

24 Tracks

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