Jimmy Dawkins

Jimmy Dawkins, Fast-Fingered Blues Guitarist, Dies at 76 - The New York TimesJames Henry “Jimmy” Dawkins (October 24, 1936 – April 10, 2013) was an American Chicago blues and electric blues guitarist and singer. He is generally considered to have been a practitioner of the “West Side sound” of Chicago blues. Dawkins was born in Tchula, Mississippi. He moved to Chicago in 1955, where he worked in a box factory, started to play in local blues clubs, and gained a reputation as a session musician. In 1969, thanks to the efforts of his friend Magic Sam, his first album, Fast Fingers, was released by Delmark Records. See for more.

Back Street Blues

Sad and Blues

Cold As Hell

Can’t sheck dees bluze

at Torrita Blues 1995

Hard Life Blues

Bring It Back

Me My Guitar And The Blues

All for business – full album 1973

Me My Guitar and The Blues (Full Album)

Blues & Pain (Full album)

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