Willie Dixon is the man who changed the style of the blues. As a songwriter and producer, the man was a genius. If you wanted a hit song, you went to Willie Dixon. Play it like he said play it, and sing it like he said sing it, and you damn near always had a hit.
Willie Dixon taught bass players how to rock ‘n’ roll. Listen to him on Chuck Berry’s Chess recordings of “Rock and Roll Music,”and “Reelin’ and Rockin”. He took big band music and Mississippi blues and melded them into something new, opening the door for Motown and others to walk in and take it even further.
Features 8 super tracks, biography, image gallery and much more! Tracks include:
I Just Want to Make Love to You
I Got the Blues
Wang Dang Doodle
Built for Comfort
60 minutes on 1 disc
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