THE BEST OF CHESS RECORDS Features all of the Classic Hits by the Original Artists Recreated in the Film CADILLAC RECORDS
For more than two decades, from 1947 to the early ’70s, Chess Records was a dominant and influential force in blues, R&B, rock ‘n’ roll, and soul music. The fascinating story of the two young Polish immigrant Chess brothers who ran the
The Best Of Chess Records – The Original Versions Of Songs In The Film “Cadillac Records” includes some of the most important recordings of the ’50s and ’60s from some of modern music’s most important artists — every one of them a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Muddy Waters was the first star
Bo Diddley makes an appearance with “I’m A Man” (the B-side of his 1955 self-titled smash) and Howlin’ Wolf with the Delta-drenched “Smokestack Lightnin’.” The latter song, “At Last,” “Maybellene” and “(I’m Your) Hoochie Coochie Man” have been enshrined in the Grammy Hall of Fame, an honor reserved for the most significant recordings in music history. The Best Of Chess Records – The Original Versions Of Songs In The Film “Cadillac Records” captures many of the best indeed.
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