sorry, not absolutely that necessary for me..



  1. Play full-length songs from The Chess Box by Bo Diddley on your phone, computer and home audio system with Napster.
  2. Bo Diddley, born Otha Elias Bates() was a key link between blues and rock and had a huge influence on many British blues/rock musicians in the s including The Rolling Stones. 'The Story of Bo Diddley' is an excellent collection and a superb overview of the first decade and a half of his work/5(41).
  3. Exceptional two CD set from the early Rock 'n' Roll icon. The Story Of Bo Diddley features 53 tracks including all of his key tracks as well as some rare material. Includes 'Bo Diddley', 'I'm A Man', 'I'm Bad' and many more. Universal.
  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Story of Bo Diddley - Bo Diddley on AllMusic - /
  5. Bo Meets The Monster: I'm Sorry: Oh Yea: Crakin' Up: The Great Grandfather: Say Man: The Clock Strikes Twelve: Say Man, Back Again: She's Alright: Road Runner: Story Of Bo Diddley: Walkin' And Talkin' Craw-Dad: Gun Slinger: Signifying Blues: Aztec: Not.
  6. Jan 25,  · This cd has the essential Bo Diddley Chess sides such as Bo Diddley, I'm a Roadrunner, Who Do You Love, and You Can't Judge a Book By It's Cover. For half the price if the other MCA compliation and only 8 songs less, this is the better value. Exellent Bo Diddley Chess set/5(9).
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Diddley Daddy on Discogs. Label: Chess - CD RED 2 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Rock, Blues • Style: Rock & Roll, Chicago Blues I'm Sorry: Nursery Rhyme: The Story Of Bo Diddley: Road Runner: You Can't Judge A 4/5(3).
  8. Diddley himself would recycle the riff on several follow-ups like "I'm Bad," "% More Man," "Oh Yeah," and "Shut Up, Woman." Even stranger was Muddy Waters' "Mannish Boy," loosely based on Diddley's tune with added verses, Waters recording the tune in answer to Bo using his riff from "I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man," art imitating life.
  9. Bo Diddley This song is by Bo Diddley and appears on the album Bo Diddley () on the album Hey! Bo Diddley () on the album The London Bo Diddley Sessions () on the compilation album His Best () on the compilation The Chess Story () on the compilation album I'm a Man: The Chess Masters, () on the compilation album Rock'n' Roll Legend .

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