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Snooks Eaglin

b. Fird Eaglin Jnr, 21st January 1936, New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S.A.

d. 18th February 2009, New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S.A.

Snooks Eaglin (Fird Eaglin Jr.) (aka the human jukebox) passed away following prostate cancer treatment.

Born in  New Orleans, guitarist and singer, worked with James 'Sugar Boy' Crawford, The Flamingos, The Wild Magnolias, James Booker, Henry Butler, Earl King, Tommy Ridgley, Ellis Marsalis, Professor Longhair and Smokey Johnson.

Snooks Eaglin

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Blues From New Orleans Vol. 1 (Storyville Records 1958)

New Orleans Street Singer (Folkways Records 1958)

Snooks Eaglin (Heritage Records 1961)

That's All Right (Bluesville Records 1962)

Possum Up A Simmon Tree (Arhoolie Records 1971)

Legacy Of The Blues (Arhoolie Records 1971)

Down Yonder (Sonet Records 1978)

Baby You Can Get Your Gun! (Black Top Records 1987)

Out Of Nowhere (Black Top Records 1989)

Teasin' You (Black Top Records 1992)

Soul's Edge (Black Top Records 1995)

Live In Japan (Black Top Records 1997)

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