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Baby Tate, Spartanburg, South Carolina, 1962 on the front cover of Prestige/Bluesville 1072 (US 1963) "The Blues of Baby Tate: See What You Done Done"; photographer: Samuel B. Charters

Baby Tate, Spartanburg, South Carolina, 1962 on the front cover of Prestige/Bluesville 1072 (US 1963) "The Blues of Baby Tate: See What You Done Done"; photographer: Samuel B. Charters

JUNIOR WELLS - CHICAGO BLUES SINGER, GUITARIST AND HARP PLAYER. HE PLAYED WITH THE  CREAM OF THE SOUTH SIDE BLUES ACES INCLUDING MUDDY WATERS AND BUDDY GUY.

JUNIOR WELLS - CHICAGO BLUES SINGER, GUITARIST AND HARP PLAYER. HE PLAYED WITH THE CREAM OF THE SOUTH SIDE BLUES ACES INCLUDING MUDDY WATERS AND BUDDY GUY.

Baby Tate, Spartanburg, South Carolina, 1972; source: Val Wilmer: Mama Said There'd Be Days Like This - My Life in the Jazz World (1991), photo pages, no pagination; photographer: Valerie Wilmer

Baby Tate, Spartanburg, South Carolina, 1972; source: Val Wilmer: Mama Said There'd Be Days Like This - My Life in the Jazz World (1991), photo pages, no pagination; photographer: Valerie Wilmer

Trix 4502 (US 1971) "BABY" TATE - Late In The Evening (122) (2:20); rec. December 30, 1970 in Spartanburg, SC by Peter B. Lowry; Baby Tate, voc, g

Trix 4502 (US 1971) "BABY" TATE - Late In The Evening (122) (2:20); rec. December 30, 1970 in Spartanburg, SC by Peter B. Lowry; Baby Tate, voc, g

Baby Tate, Spartanburg, South Carolina, 1970; source: Back cover of Trix LP 3302 (US 1973) "Peg Leg Sam: Medicine Show Man"; photographer: Pete Lowry

Baby Tate, Spartanburg, South Carolina, 1970; source: Back cover of Trix LP 3302 (US 1973) "Peg Leg Sam: Medicine Show Man"; photographer: Pete Lowry

Baby Tate, Spartanburg, South Carolina, 1962; source: Front cover of OBC OBCCD-567-2 (US 1994) "The Blues of Baby Tate: See What You Done Done"; photographer: Samuel B. Charters

Baby Tate, Spartanburg, South Carolina, 1962; source: Front cover of OBC OBCCD-567-2 (US 1994) "The Blues of Baby Tate: See What You Done Done"; photographer: Samuel B. Charters

Baby Tate with his wife and son, Spartanburg, South Carolina, 1962; source: Front cover of Asch LP A-101 (US 1967) "The Blues - Music from the Documentary Film by Samuel Charters"; photographer: Ann Charters; the guitar is a 1950s "Orpheum Leader", manufactured by Kay

Baby Tate with his wife and son, Spartanburg, South Carolina, 1962; source: Front cover of Asch LP A-101 (US 1967) "The Blues - Music from the Documentary Film by Samuel Charters"; photographer: Ann Charters; the guitar is a 1950s "Orpheum Leader", manufactured by Kay

Baby Tate with his wife and son, Spartanburg, South Carolina, 1962; source: Samuel Charters: The Poetry of the Blues.- New York City (Oak Publications) 1963 (1st printing), p. 60 (A cropped version of that photo can be found in Ann Charters & Samuel Barclay Charters: Blues Faces - A Portrait of the Blues.- Boston (Imago Mundi Book) 2000, p. 44); photographer: Ann Charters

Baby Tate with his wife and son, Spartanburg, South Carolina, 1962; source: Samuel Charters: The Poetry of the Blues.- New York City (Oak Publications) 1963 (1st printing), p. 60 (A cropped version of that photo can be found in Ann Charters & Samuel Barclay Charters: Blues Faces - A Portrait of the Blues.- Boston (Imago Mundi Book) 2000, p. 44); photographer: Ann Charters

Samuel Gene Maghett aka Magic Sam, a tragically underrated and under appreciated guitarist and blues singer.

Samuel Gene Maghett aka Magic Sam, a tragically underrated and under appreciated guitarist and blues singer.

Baby Tate; source: Sheldon Harris: Blues Who's Who - A Bibliographical Dictionary of Blues Singers.- p. 492; photographer: Sudy L. Bristol ("Courtesy Peter B. Lowry")

Baby Tate; source: Sheldon Harris: Blues Who's Who - A Bibliographical Dictionary of Blues Singers.- p. 492; photographer: Sudy L. Bristol ("Courtesy Peter B. Lowry")

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