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Playlist of Bo Diddley

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    Bo Diddley - All the Best

    54:05

    TRACKLIST
    01- Cops and Robbers 00:11
    02- Say! Boss Man 03:37
    03- Before You Accuse Me 06:09
    04- Bo Diddley 09:19
    05- Dearest darling 12:03
    06- Diddy Wah Diddy 15:01
    07- Hey Bo Diddley 17:34
    08- I Am A Man 18:03
    09- I'm Bad 20:59
    10- I'm Looking for a Woman 24:15
    11- Memphis 26:47
    12- Pretty Thing 29:13
    13- Road Runner 31:58
    14- She's fine she's mine 34:53
    15- Who Do You Love 37:36
    16- Down home special 40:07
    17- Hush Your Mouth 43:20
    18- Bring It To Jerome 46:29
    19- Diddley Daddy 49:11
    20- Mona 51:45

    Bo Diddley - ALL THE BEST (FULL ALBUM)
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    Ellas McDaniel (born Ellas Otha Bates, December 30, 1928 – June 2, 2008), known as Bo Diddley, was an American R&B singer, guitarist, songwriter and music producer who played a key role in the transition from the blues to rock and roll, and influenced artists including Elvis Presley, Buddy Holly, the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, the Yardbirds, Eric Clapton, the Who, Jimi Hendrix and Parliament-Funkadelic. His use of African rhythms and a signature beat, a simple five-accent hambone rhythm, is a cornerstone of hip hop, rock, and pop music. In recognition of his achievements, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and received Lifetime Achievement Awards from the Rhythm and Blues Foundation and a Grammy Award from the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences. He is also recognized for his technical innovations, including his distinctive rectangular guitar.

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    Bo Diddley - Bo Diddley stereo

    2:50

    Stereo created by Stereo4Fun, tweaked by Twodawgzz...

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    Bo Diddley - Bo Diddley

    1:56

    Bo Diddley - Bo Diddley (1955). Get more Bo Diddley at

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    Bo Diddley - Bo Diddley

    3:19

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    This amazing concert brings together some of the true pioneers of rock 'n' roll music including Bo Diddley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Little Richard, James Brown, Fats Domino and B.B.King. Recorded in Italy in 1989 it features these legendary artists in performance of their best loved tracks such as Papa's Got A Brand New Bag, Bo Diddley, Great Balls Of Fire, Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On and Blueberry Hill. At the end of the concert all the performers come together for all-star jam that leaves the audience hollering for more. It's a rare event indeed that brings so many great live performers together on one bill and this DVD captures the real excitement of the evening.

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    Songwriters: ELLAS MCDANIEL
    Bo Diddley Trk 1 Disc 1
    (Bo Diddley/Elias McDaniel)
    Bo Diddley
    Bo Diddley - vocal & guitar, Lester Davenport - harmonica
    Henry Gray - piano, Jerome Green - maracas
    Frank Kirkland - drums. Producer: Chess Brothers
    Checker Records Rec. Mar. 2,1955 #814 A Side
    Album: The Chess Box 1955 -1959
    MCA Records #CH319502 1990 CA.

    1, 2, 3, 4

    Bo Diddley just buy his baby diamond ring
    If that diamond ring don't shine
    He gonna take it to a private eye
    If that private eye can't see
    He'd better not take the ring a-from me

    Bo Diddley caught a nanny goat
    To make his pretty baby a Sunday coat
    Bo Diddley caught a bear cat
    To make his pretty baby a Sunday hat

    Mojo come to my house wi' black cat bone
    A-take my baby away from home
    Up in that fo' door a-where you been?
    Up yo' house and gone again

    Bo Diddley, Bo Diddley have you heard?
    My pretty baby says she wants a bird.

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    Bo Diddley - Bo Diddley - A Celebration of Blues and Soul

    5:17

    Bo Diddley performs Bo Diddley live at the Washington Convention Center for the Presidential Inaugural Concert in 1989. You can buy the complete concert from Shout! Factory here:

    The black-tie event was an historical moment: an official inaugural event featuring some of the finest musicians of the '50s and '60s from Stax and Chess Records including Bo Diddley, Percy Sledge and Carla Thomas, along with several hotshot Texas blues guitarists such as Stevie Ray Vaughan and Jimmie Vaughan at the height of their careers.

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    Bo Diddley Road Runner

    2:29

    Bo Diddley Road Runner
    From The London Rock & Roll Show 1972 at Wembley Stadium

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    Bo Diddley LIVE 1973 - Hey, Bo Diddley

    4:36

    Bomp bomp-a bomp, a bomp-bomp. Nothing fancy.

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    Bo Diddley Mona

    5:38

    Bo Diddley Mona
    From The London Rock & Roll Show 1972 at Wembley Stadium

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    BO DIDDLEY - ROADRUNNER / MONA

    8:37

    BO DIDDLEY LIVE AT THE LONDON ROCK AND ROLL SHOW (1972)

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    Bo Diddley Pretty Thing

    2:52

    1955 single

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    Bo Diddley - Im A Man

    3:44

    For more info -


    This amazing concert brings together some of the true pioneers of rock 'n' roll music including Bo Diddley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Little Richard, James Brown, Fats Domino and B.B.King. Recorded in Italy in 1989 it features these legendary artists in performance of their best loved tracks such as Papa's Got A Brand New Bag, Bo Diddley, Great Balls Of Fire, Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On and Blueberry Hill. At the end of the concert all the performers come together for all-star jam that leaves the audience hollering for more. It's a rare event indeed that brings so many great live performers together on one bill and this DVD captures the real excitement of the evening.

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    Bo Diddley - Not Fade Away

    3:16

    Taken from the Album - The 20th anniversary of rock'n roll-

    Bo Diddley released -20th Anniversary Of Rock & Roll- in 1976, its recordings not lacking the presence of the biggest rockstars of the 70s, like Tim Bogert and Carmine Appice, 'The
    Who' drummer Keith Moon, guitarist Alvin Lee (Ten Years After), Elvin Bishop (Paul Butterfield, Eric Clapton, Jimi Hendrix, B.B.King u.v.a.), Albert Lee (Dave Edmunds, Everly Brothers) and Leslie West (Mountain), as well as Joe Cocker, Billy Joel und Roger McGuinn (Byrds).

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    Bo Diddley - Bo Diddley

    3:23

    BO Diddley - Bo Diddley, from a more innocent age. Three Guys, a girl with a tambourine and a slightly bemused audience. How thing have progress, not sure for the best. I've posted Tom Petty and Bo performing 'Mona' live; great fun and worth a look.

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    Bo Diddley - Ed Sullivan Show 1955

    2:52

    Hilarious introduction by Sullivan. But he deserves credit for giving network airtime to black performers when race music was hardly mainstream. Bo was supposed to perform the Tennessee Ernie Ford song Sixteen Tons and Sullivan allegedly told him he'd never work in this business again. But Bo was an ornery character as Dingwalls staff will attest...

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    Bo Diddley - Double Best Of

    2:15:56

    Bo Diddley - Double Best Of (Full Album / Album complet)
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    00:00 “I’m a Man” Bo Diddley
    02:44 “Bo Diddley” Bo Diddley
    05:13 “Who Do You Love” Bo Diddley
    07:41 “Pretty Things” Bo Diddley
    10:27 “Mona (I Need You Baby) ” Bo Diddley
    12:48 “Diddley Daddy” Bo Diddley
    15:15 “Bring It to Jerome” Bo Diddley
    17:42 “She’s Fine She’s Mine” Bo Diddley
    20:25 “I’m Bad” Bo Diddley
    23:40 “I’m Looking for a Woman” Bo Diddley
    26:13 “Diddy Wah Diddy” Bo Diddley
    28:41 “Say Boss Man” Bo Diddley
    31:12 “Down Home Train” Bo Diddley
    34:25 “Cops & Robbers” Bo Diddley
    37:50 “Hey! Bo Diddley” Bo Diddley
    40:01 “Oh Yeah” Bo Diddley
    43:07 “I’m Sorry” Bo Diddley
    45:32 “Dearest Darling” Bo Diddley
    48:21 “Hush Your Mouth” Bo Diddley
    51:11 “Before You Accuse Me” Bo Diddley
    54:16 “Crackin’ Up” Bo Diddley
    56:20 “The Great Grandfather” Bo Diddley
    58:48 “Say Man” Bo Diddley
    01:01:58 “The Clock Strikes Twelve” Bo Diddley
    01:04:55 “The Story Of Bo Diddley” Bo Diddley
    01:07:45 “Run Diddley Daddy” Bo Diddley
    01:10:27 “Bo Meets the Monster” Bo Diddley
    01:13:33 “Doing The Craw-Daddy” Bo Diddley
    01:16:36 “Heart O Matic Love” Bo Diddley
    01:19:24 “Mumblin' Guitar” Bo Diddley
    01:22:13 “Sixteen Tons” Bo Diddley
    01:24:40 “Live My Life” Bo Diddley
    01:27:18 “Walkin' & Talkin'” Bo Diddley
    01:30:00 “You Don't Love Me (You Don't Care)” Bo Diddley
    01:32:45 “Cadillac” Bo Diddley
    01:35:30 “Nursery Rhyme” Bo Diddley
    01:38:21 “Bo Diddley's A Gunslinger ” Bo Diddley
    01:40:14 “Ride On Josephine” Bo Diddley
    01:43:18 “Don't Let It Go (Hold on to What You Got)” Bo Diddley
    01:45:59 “Somewhere” Bo Diddley
    01:48:39 “Willie and Lillie” Bo Diddley
    01:50:56 “No More Lovin” Bo Diddley
    01:53:19 “Let Me In” Bo Diddley
    01:55:13 “Cheyenne” Bo Diddley
    01:57:13 “She's Alright” Bo Diddley
    02:01:16 “Bo's Guitar” Bo Diddley
    02:03:48 “Whoa, Mule” Bo Diddley
    02:06:18 “Little Girl” Bo Diddley
    02:08:50 “Craw-Dad” Bo Diddley
    02:11:18 “Scuttle Bug” Bo Diddley
    02:13:43 “Diddling” Bo Diddley


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    Bo Diddley Road Runner Live

    1:27

    If you don't like Bo, you just don't know! A very old, very short clip - but great.

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    Chuck Berry & Bo Diddley Together LIVE

    2:12

    Sharing the stage, 1973

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    Tom Petty, Bo Diddley - Mona

    5:35

    Tom Petty and Bo Diddley Live at Filmore performing Mona

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    bo diddley - mona

    2:26

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    Who Do You Love? / Bo Diddley & Ron Wood

    5:37

    1988 Live@Tokyo

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    Bo Diddley - Pretty Thing

    2:46

    Bo Diddley - Pretty Thing (1955)
    歌詞+和訳

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    Bo Diddley on stage sept 1968

    3:36

    Bo Diddley on stage à Londres sept 1968

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    Bo Diddley - Bo Diddley

    4:04

    Bo Diddley performs Bo Diddley at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame's 4th Annual Music Masters tribute concert honorning Louis Jordan at the Allen Theatre at Playhouse Square in Cleveland, Ohio on Monday, October 4, 1999.

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    Bo Diddley on Johnny Carson 1991 - performing Bo Diddley, and interview following

    5:25

    The great Bo Diddley on Johnny Carson performing Bo Diddley, plus the interview following the performance. Broadcast 4-22-1991. I did not see this posted anywhere yet, and am posting from my private collection for its' historical value. Bo is one of my favorite musicians and all around great performers - see my guitar instrumental tribute to Bo Diddley on my channel (playing the Tami show inspired Hey Bo Diddley (

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    BO DIDDLEY / WHO DO YOU LOVE

    3:58

    at the sevilla expo '92
    with steve cropper. dave edmonds

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    Bo Diddley - Bos Beat

    3:20

    ONE OF THE MID-1960s BEST CONCERT FILMS. THE BIG TNT SHOW FEATURES LIVE PERFORMANCES BY JOAN BAEZ, THE BYRDS, RAY CHARLES AND THE RAY CHARLES ORCHESTRA, PETULA CLARK, BO DIDDLEY, DONOVAN, THE LOVIN' SPOONFUL, ROGER MILLER, THE MODERN FOLK QUARTET, THE RONETTES, IKE & TINA TURNER AND THE IKETTES, AND EMCEE DAVID MCCALLUM. GREAT BEATLEMANIA TYPE GIRLS SQUEALING WITH DELIGHT.
    SHOW PRODUCED BY PHIL SPECTOR.

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    Bo Diddley - Road Runner

    2:55

    Charted Mar. 1960

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    Bo Diddley Bo Diddley,1957. Track B5: Who do you love?

    2:30


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    Bo Diddley on Later With Jools Holland, 1996: part 1

    5:17

    Bo Diddley on BBC2's 'Later With Jools Holland', 1996.
    Plays 'Bo Diddley Is Crazy' from the 'A Man Amongst Men' album.
    Transferred from old VHS recording.

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    Bo Diddley - Im Bad - 1956

    3:01

    Bo at his baddest
    2nd press

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    Bo Diddley - Road Runner

    2:29

    He only had a few hits in the 1950s and early '60s, but as Bo Diddley sang, You Can't Judge a Book by Its Cover. You can't judge an artist by his chart success, either, and Diddley produced greater and more influential music than all but a handful of the best early rockers. The Bo Diddley beat -- bomp, ba-bomp-bomp, bomp-bomp -- is one of rock & roll's bedrock rhythms, showing up in the work of Buddy Holly, the Rolling Stones, and even pop-garage knock-offs like the Strangeloves' 1965 hit I Want Candy. Diddley's hypnotic rhythmic attack and declamatory, boasting vocals stretched back as far as Africa for their roots, and looked as far into the future as rap. His trademark otherworldly vibrating, fuzzy guitar style did much to expand the instrument's power and range. But even more important, Bo's bounce was fun and irresistibly rocking, with a wisecracking, jiving tone that epitomized rock & roll at its most humorously outlandish and freewheeling.

    Before taking up blues and R&B, Diddley had actually studied classical violin, but shifted gears after hearing John Lee Hooker. In the early '50s, he began playing with his longtime partner, maraca player Jerome Green, to get what Bo's called that freight train sound. Billy Boy Arnold, a fine blues harmonica player and singer in his own right, was also playing with Diddley when the guitarist got a deal with Chess in the mid-'50s (after being turned down by rival Chicago label Vee-Jay). His very first single, Bo Diddley/I'm a Man (1955), was a double-sided monster. The A-side was soaked with futuristic waves of tremolo guitar, set to an ageless nursery rhyme; the flip was a bump-and-grind, harmonica-driven shuffle, based around a devastating blues riff. But the result was not exactly blues, or even straight R&B, but a new kind of guitar-based rock & roll, soaked in the blues and R&B, but owing allegiance to neither.

    Diddley was never a top seller on the order of his Chess rival Chuck Berry, but over the next half-dozen or so years, he'd produce a catalog of classics that rival Berry's in quality. You Don't Love Me, Diddley Daddy, Pretty Thing, Diddy Wah Diddy, Who Do You Love?, Mona, Road Runner, You Can't Judge a Book by Its Cover -- all are stone-cold standards of early, riff-driven rock & roll at its funkiest. Oddly enough, his only Top 20 pop hit was an atypical, absurd back-and-forth rap between him and Jerome Green, Say Man, that came about almost by accident as the pair were fooling around in the studio.

    As a live performer, Diddley was galvanizing, using his trademark square guitars and distorted amplification to produce new sounds that anticipated the innovations of '60s guitarists like Jimi Hendrix. In Great Britain, he was revered as a giant on the order of Chuck Berry and Muddy Waters. The Rolling Stones in particular borrowed a lot from Bo's rhythms and attitude in their early days, although they only officially covered a couple of his tunes, Mona and I'm Alright. Other British R&B groups like the Yardbirds, Animals, and Pretty Things also covered Diddley standards in their early days. Buddy Holly covered Bo Diddley and used a modified Bo Diddley beat on Not Fade Away; when the Stones gave the song the full-on Bo treatment (complete with shaking maracas), the result was their first big British hit.

    The British Invasion helped increase the public's awareness of Diddley's importance, and ever since then he's been a popular live act. Sadly, though, his career as a recording artist, in commercial and artistic terms, was over by the time the Beatles and Stones hit America. He'd record with ongoing and declining frequency, but after 1963, he'd never write or record any original material on par with his early classics. Whether he'd spent his muse, or just felt he could coast on his laurels, is hard to say. But he remains a vital part of the collective rock & roll consciousness, occasionally reaching wider visibility via a 1979 tour with the Clash, a cameo role in the film Trading Places, a late-'80s tour with Ronnie Wood, and a 1989 television commercial for sports shoes with star athlete Bo Jackson. ~ Richie Unterberger, All Music Guide

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    Buddy Holly - Bo Diddley

    2:26

    Buddy Holly - Bo Diddley

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    British guitarist analyses Bo Diddleys trailblazing performance and music style!

    15:05

    Tonight I'm taking a look at Bo Diddley with his Bo Diddley beat! \m/
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    Bo Diddley - Hit Or Miss

    3:47

    Backing Vocals – J.R. Bailey, Ken Williams, Melvin Kent
    Baritone Saxophone – John Leone
    Drums – Jimmy Johnson
    Electric Bass – Wilbur Bascomb, Jr
    Electric Piano – Ernest Hayes
    Guitar – Bo Diddley, Carl Lynch, John Tropea
    Harmonica – Michael Pickett
    Percussion – Esmond Edwards, Montego Joe
    Tenor Saxophone – Willis Jackson
    Trombone – Dominick Gravine, Garnett Brown, Harry DiVit
    Trumpet – Joe Newman, John Bello,
    Jon Faddis, Irvin Markowitz, Marvin Stamm
    Tuba – Tony Price
    Vocals – Bo Diddley

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    Bo Diddley

    2:00

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Bo Diddley · The Royal Guardsmen

    Snoopy Vs. The Red Barron

    ℗ 1967 Capitol Records, LLC

    Released on: 1967-01-01

    Producer: Phil Gernhard
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: John R. Brumage
    Composer Lyricist: Bo Diddley

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    Bo Diddley & Bonnie Raitt - Who Do You Love 2-26-96

    4:45

    [Stereo] The late, great Bo Diddley performs on mainstream USTV, backed by the house band, and Ms. Bonnie Raitt.

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    The Rolling Stones - Bo Diddley - Live 1964

    2:02

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    Rolling Stones - Bo Diddly - Who Do You Love

    5:03

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    Hey Bo Diddley / Bo Diddley feat. Ron Wood - ヘイ・ボ・ディドリー / ボ・ディドリー feat. ロン・ウッド(セレブレーション・オブ・ブルース&ソウル)

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    【収録曲・出演アーティスト】
    1. エニー・デイ・ナウ/チャック・ジャクソン 
    Any Day Now - Chuck Jackson
    2. アイ・ドント・ウォント・トゥ・クライ/チャック・ジャクソン 
    I Don't Want To Cry - Chuck Jackson
    3. 男が女を愛する時/パーシー・スレッジ 
    When A Man Loves A Woman - Percy Sledge
    4. ライト・プレイス・ロング・タイム/ドクター・ジョン 
    Right Place, Wrong Time - Dr. John
    5. 747/ジョー・ルイス・ウォーカー  
    747 - Joe Louis Walker
    6. フーチー・クーチー・マン/ウィリー・ディクソン、アルバート・コリンズ、デルバート・マクリントン 
    Hoochie Coochie Man - Willie Dixon, Albert Collins, Delbert McClinton
    7. ワン・ダン・ドゥードゥル/ココ・テイラーfeat.ウィリー・ディクソン&ロン・ウッドWang Dang Doodle - Koko Taylor feat. Willie Dixon and Ron Wood
    8.ボ・ディドリー/ ボ・ディドリー 
    Bo Diddley - Bo Diddley
    9. アイム・ア・マン/ボ・ディドリー 
    I'm A Man - Bo Diddley
    10. ヘイ・ボ・ディドリー/ボ・ディドリー feat. ロン・ウッド
    Hey Bo Diddley - Bo Diddley feat. Ron Wood
    11. 悪い星の下に/ウィリアム・ベル feat. ロン・ウッド 
    Born Under A Bad Sign - William Bell feat. Ron Wood
    12. ベイビー/カーラ・トーマス 
    Baby - Carla Thomas
    13. 僕のベイビーに何か?/カーラ・トーマス&ビリー・プレストン 
    When Something Is Wrong With My Baby - Carla Thomas and Billy Preston
    14. ノック・オン・ウッド/エディ・フロイド 
    Knock On Wood - Eddie Floyd
    15. ソウル・マン/サム・ムーア 
    Soul Man - Sam Moore
    16. ジャスト・ア・リトル・ビット/デルバート・マクリントン 
    Just A Little Bit - Delbert McClinton
    17. スタンディング・オン・シェイキー・グラウンド/デルバート・マクリントン Standing On Shaky Ground - Delbert McClinton
    18. メイビー・サムデイ・ベイビー/デルバート・マクリントン 
    Maybe Someday Baby - Delbert McClinton
    19.Bムーヴィー・ボックスカー・ブルース/デルバート・マクリントン 
    B-Movie Boxcar Blues - Delbert McClinton
    20. フロスティ/アルバート・コリンズ feat. スティーヴィー・レイ・ヴォーン&ダブル・トラブル、ジミー・ヴォーン
    Frosty - Albert Collins feat. Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble, Jimmie Vaughan
    21. テキサス・フラッド/スティーヴィー・レイ・ヴォーン&ダブル・トラブル、ジミー・ヴォーン
    Texas Flood - Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble, Jimmie Vaughan
    22. スティーヴィー・レイ・ヴォーン&ダブル・トラブル、ジミー・ヴォーン/ ラヴストラック・ベイビー 
    Lovestruck Baby - Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble, Jimmie Vaughan
    23. 迷信/スティーヴィー・レイ・ヴォーン&ダブル・トラブル
    Superstition - Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble
    24. スカットル・バッティン/スティーヴィー・レイ・ヴォーン&ダブル・トラブル
    Scuttle Buttin' - Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble


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    Sweet little angel, Muddy Waters, Bo Diddley, Howlin Wolf, The Super Super Blues Band,

    6:41

    I do not own the copyrights to this recordings, so if it needs to be removed, I will remove it.

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    BO DIDDLEY Gravesite

    4:29

    The monumental gravesite of music legend and pioneer Bo Diddley. Nothing more needs to be said. Everything you'd ever want to know about the man is on his tombstone. Photos posted at

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    bo diddley - cadillac

    2:51

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    The red rooster, Muddy Waters, Bo Diddley, Howlin Wolf, The Super Super Blues Band

    7:30

    I do not own the copyrights to this recordings, so if it needs to be removed, I will remove it.

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    Bo Diddley - The Story as told by Roger Daltrey Part 1/3 - Radio Broadcast 2007

    18:47

    Bo Diddley talks about his influences, 'living the blues' and how the Diddley sound came to be.

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    Bob Seger - Bo Diddley 1972

    6:22

    Smokin' O.P.'S is an album by American rock singer/songwriter Bob Seger, released in 1972.

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    Bo Diddley on Later With Jools Holland, 1996: part 2

    5:24

    Bo Diddley on BBC2's 'Later With Jools Holland', 1996.
    Interview, including archive footage.
    Transferred from old VHS recording.

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    Bo Diddley - Bad Trip Vinyl

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    BO DIDDLEY Greasy Spoon

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    The late great Bo Diddley.............

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    Bo Diddley - Hey Bo Diddley & Bo Diddley

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    Great HD quality from The T.A.M.I. Show Blu-ray. (Upload: 8020kbps. Only HD uploads get better sound allocated automatically by YouTube).

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    Hurriganes - Bo Diddley

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    from LIVE IN STOCKHOLM 1977

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