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90 Mute People - Akatana - World Chess Machinedrum LP (File, Album)

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  1. Muddy Waters: The Muddy Waters Woodstock Album. Muddy’s overlooked final Chess LP, from , also tops the list of the best Chess albums recorded during the one of the label’s late 60s all.
  2. This album consists of recordings Howlin’ Wolf made with the popular British blues musicians of the time, all of whom had been inspired by the early days of Chess Records. Eric Clapton, Steve Winwood, Bill Wyman and Charlie Watts all feature prominently on the album, and are credited on the LP’s cover.
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  8. Mar 23,  · The World Microcomputer Chess Championships (WMCCC) launched in , and hosted the first official computer-only chess competitions. And perhaps the best harbinger of what was to come was the Fredkin Prize, offering a $, award for any computer program that defeated a reigning World Chess Champion. The race to beat the best human was on.

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