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Albert "Sunnyland Slim" Luandrew (September 5, 1907–1995), was a blues pianist born on a farm near Vance, Mississippi. He moved to Memphis, Tennessee in 1925, where he performed with many of the popular blues musicians of the day. In 1942 he followed the great migration of southern workers to the industrial north in Chicago. At that time the electric blues was taking shape there, and Sunnyland Slim played with such musicians as Muddy Waters and Little Walter.
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