by George "Mojo" Buford. Released: February 17, 1979. 1. M's Jam. 2. Deep Sea Diver. 9. Watch Dog. 10. Mean Old World. 11. Blues for Georgia Boy. Download SoundHound.
George Carter Buford, Jr. (November 10, 1929 – October 11, 2011), known as Mojo Buford, was an American blues harmonica player best known for his work in Muddy Waters's band. Buford relocated from Hernando, Mississippi, to Memphis, Tennessee, in his youth, where he studied the blues. He relocated to Chicago in 1952, forming the Savage Boys, which eventually was known as the Muddy Waters, Jr. Band. They substituted for Waters at local nightclubs while he was touring.
The various bands led by harmonica player and singer George "Mojo" Buford hark back to the classic Chicago blues sounds of the early '60s. Among harmonica players, Buford has the distinction of being the only musician to have played with various bands led by the late Muddy Waters in the 1950s, '60s, '70s, and '80s. He recorded Mojo Buford's Blues Summit in 1979 for Mr. Blues, later reissued on the Rooster Blues label, and his 1990s recordings include Still Blowin' Strong and Harpslinger, both issued in 1996 by the Blue Loon Records label; a 1998 release for British blues label JSP Records entitled State of the Blues Harp; and a 1998 stateside release, Home Is Where. My Harps Is, also for Blue Loon. More recently, he recorded a live album, Champagne & Reefer, in 1999 for New York-based Fedora Records and Chicago Blues Summit in 2002 for P-Vine Records.
Mojo Buford George Buford b. November 10, 1929 in Hernando, DeSoto County, Mississippi d. October 11, 2011 in Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota cremated, ashes given to family or friend discography. JSP promo card, signed at the Onslow in Southampton, Sunday 22 October 1989 (courtesy Alan Balfour).
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