Summary

Flerlage is one of the most recognized names in photography, and his photos of the Chicago Blues scene in the 1960s and 1970s have become legendary among Blues fans and aficionados. Here, for the first time, are Raeburn's best photos of America's greatest blues artists at the pinnalcles of their careers, reporudced in a beautiful format. From Howlin' Wolf performing at the legendary Pepper's lounge to Otis Spann and James Cotton playing Muddy Waters' basement, these pictures bring to life one of the most incredible periods in American musical history.