Mose Allison’s take on the jazz-blues he grew up on in the South proved irresistible to many rock bands of the 60s.
Before the Yardbirds and Led Zeppelin, Jimmy Page was a session guy, lending his epic sound to dozens of signature tracks.
With his saucy eye patch, Johnny Kidd rocked England with a hit song written at the last minute — and later covered by dozens of acts.
Vince Taylor helped bring rockabilly to England. But his drug-fueled antics had a different impact on David Bowie, Van Morrison and more.