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Person
ISNI: 
0000 0000 5514 4002
Name: 
Harpo, Slim
James Moore
Moore, James
Moore, James (harmonica player)
Moore, James (Wirklicher Name)
Slim Harpo
Dates: 
1924-1970
Creation class: 
Language material
Musical sound recording
Creation role: 
author
composer
lyricist
performer
Related identities: 
Harmonica Slim (Pseudonym; other identity, same person)
Harpo, Slim (pseud)
Slim, Harmonica (pseud)
Related names: 
Adda
Flyright records
Jackson, Mahalia (1911-1972)
Mellencamp, John (1951-)
Moore, James (other; 1924-1970; see also from)
Muddy Waters (1915-1983)
Taj Mahal (Musician)
The Rolling Stones
Vincent & Mr. Green (Musical group)
Wilson, Cassandra (1955-)
Wonder, Stevie
Titles: 
After the storm [from] American routes, with Nick Spitzer.
Baby, Scratch My Back
best of Slim Harpo, The
Blue chips [music from the original motion picture soundtrack]
Blues hangover
blues roots of the Rolling Stones22 classics recordings by the blues legends..., The
Don't start crying now
Dream girl
Dynamite
Excello singles anthology, The
Folsom Prison blues
got love if you want it enregistrement sonore
got love if you want it, I
Harmonica instrumental
HEY LITTLE LEE
hip shakin sr p
I'm a king be
I'm a king bee
Instrumental
Late last night
Legendary Jay Miller sessions, The
Legends of the blues
love the life I'm living, I
Music from the motion picture Divine secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood
My little queen bee
One more day
One of these days
Rainin'in my heart... [etc.]
Raining in my heart
roots of the Doors21 blues, rock 'n' roll, jazz, and folk songs, The
shake your hips sr
Slim Harpo sings "Raining in my heart--"
Strange love
Talking blues
Te-ni-nee-ni-nu (the best of Slim Harpo)
Tee-Na-Nee-Na-Nu
That ain't your business
That's alright
Things gonna change
This ain't no place for me
TIP ON IN
Tribute to Slim Harpo
We're two of a king
What's going on
Wonderin' and worryin'
Yeah Yeah Baby
You ain't had to cry
Contributed to or performed: 
Poor Convict Blues.
Rise and Fall of Paramount Records 1928-1932, Volume 2, The
Where You Been So Long
Notes: 
Sources: 
CDR