"Nah, not Robert Johnson," he said, "I can teach you everything you need to know about Johnson in about 5 minutes. Once you strip away the legend, it's not that interesting. Sucking at guitar and practicing until you don't suck, isn't anywhere near as good as selling your soul to the devil.
You want the story of the blues? Muddy. His name is the basis and soul of the Mississippi."
Cotton fields to Chess studio. Muddy is playing Chuck Berry's Gibson with Keith Richards' hand.
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