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JB Lenoir -Dalton Art

JB Lenoir -Dalton Art

J B Lenoir -Dalton Blues Art Blues Folk Art

J B Lenoir -Dalton Blues Art Blues Folk Art

JB Lenoir

JB Lenoir

JB Lenoir

JB Lenoir

J.B. Lenoir - Vietnam Blues: Complete L & R Records

J.B. Lenoir - Vietnam Blues: Complete L & R Records

JB Lenoir - Alabama Blues

JB Lenoir - Alabama Blues

10 Unsung Blues Heroes | RCR | American Roots Music

10 Unsung Blues Heroes | RCR | American Roots Music

JB Lenoir

JB Lenoir

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JB Lenoir web

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JB Lenoir - Alabama Blues

JB Lenoir - Alabama Blues

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▶ J.B. Lenoir - Alabama Blues - YouTube J. B. Lenoir[1] Born	March 5, 1929 Monticello, Mississippi, United States[1] Died	April 29, 1967 (aged 38) Urbana, Illinois, United States[1] Genres	Chicago blues, blues Occupation(s)	Musician, singer-songwriter Instruments	Guitar, harmonica, vocals Years active	1950s–1967

▶ J.B. Lenoir - Alabama Blues - YouTube J. B. Lenoir[1] Born March 5, 1929 Monticello, Mississippi, United States[1] Died April 29, 1967 (aged 38) Urbana, Illinois, United States[1] Genres Chicago blues, blues Occupation(s) Musician, singer-songwriter Instruments Guitar, harmonica, vocals Years active 1950s–1967

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J. B. Lenoir - A Collection (Personal Favourites)

J. B. Lenoir - A Collection (Personal Favourites)

J. B. Lenoir performs "The Whale Has Swallowed Me" with Fred Below on drums in 1965.  What a voice!

J. B. Lenoir performs "The Whale Has Swallowed Me" with Fred Below on drums in 1965. What a voice!

J.B. Lenoir J. B. Lenoir[1] Born	March 5, 1929 Monticello, Mississippi, United States[1] Died	April 29, 1967 (aged 38) Urbana, Illinois, United States[1] Genres	Chicago blues, blues Occupation(s)	Musician, singer-songwriter Instruments	Guitar, harmonica, vocals Years active	1950s–1967

J.B. Lenoir J. B. Lenoir[1] Born March 5, 1929 Monticello, Mississippi, United States[1] Died April 29, 1967 (aged 38) Urbana, Illinois, United States[1] Genres Chicago blues, blues Occupation(s) Musician, singer-songwriter Instruments Guitar, harmonica, vocals Years active 1950s–1967

J.B. Lenoir - Talk to Your Daughter J. B. Lenoir[1] Born	March 5, 1929 Monticello, Mississippi, United States[1] Died	April 29, 1967 (aged 38) Urbana, Illinois, United States[1] Genres	Chicago blues, blues Occupation(s)	Musician, singer-songwriter Instruments	Guitar, harmonica, vocals Years active	1950s–1967

J.B. Lenoir - Talk to Your Daughter J. B. Lenoir[1] Born March 5, 1929 Monticello, Mississippi, United States[1] Died April 29, 1967 (aged 38) Urbana, Illinois, United States[1] Genres Chicago blues, blues Occupation(s) Musician, singer-songwriter Instruments Guitar, harmonica, vocals Years active 1950s–1967

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