George "Mojo" Buford biography

George "Mojo" Buford (born November 10, 1929, Hernando, Mississippi, United States) is an American blues harmonica player, best known for his work in Muddy Waters' band. Biography Buford relocated from Mississippi to Memphis in his youth, where he studied the blues. Buford first played in Waters backing band in 1959, replacing Little Walter, but in 1962 moved to Minneapolis to front his own band, and record a couple of albums. Buford also recorded as a bandleader for the Mr. Blues label (later re-issued on Rooster Blues) and the British JSP record label. Partial discography Exciting Harmonica Sound of Mojo Buford (1963) - BluesRecordSoc Mojo Buford's Blues Summit (1979) - Rooster Blues Still Blowin' Strong (1996) - Blue Loon Harpslinger (1996) - Blue Loon State of the Blues Harp (1998) - JSP Home Is Where My Harps Is (1998) - Blue Loon Champagne & Reefer (live album) (1999) - Fedora Records Chicago Blues Summit (2002) - P-Vine Records