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  • This year, funk blues veterans Little Feat headline the event, supported by artists from the old school (harmonica player Charlie Musselwhite and guitarist Magic Slim) and the new Americana singer

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  • And he helped Chicago blues player Magic Slim settle on a treatment for heartburn.

    Rock's Secret History

  • Personnel: Alabama Pettis, Jr. (vocals, guitar); Magic Slim (vocals, guitar); John

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  • Magic Slim was in the band at the time, and was soon to become the band leader because Mr. Pitiful, who played bass, was about to quit.

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  • Alabama Jr. was a staple of the Teadrops band providing sympathetic backing to the driving lead of Magic Slim and pulsating bass of his brother, Nick Holt.

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  • The spark was lit after he heard Chuck Berry and Magic Slim.

    Rochester City Newspaper

  • If you want to hear what Magic Slim and the Teardrops sound like when they let loose, and the power of the band is evident in the sound of the album, check out

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  • If you were looking at this album on Itunes and were considering purchasing just one song, "Spider in My Stew" should be the one; it encompasses everything that is so right about Magic Slim and the Teardrops, and is a stellar performance.

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  • This is a little lightweight for Magic Slim, but it works pretty well, especially when Slim's guitar enters the picture to dirty things up a little.

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  • When I first heard that Moss was producing the new Magic Slim album, I naturally assumed it would sound somewhat like a Nick Moss album, which in turn sounds like an old Chicago blues album.

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