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Leonard Chess with future stars ... Leonard Chess (March 12, 1917 - October 16, 1969) was a record company executive and the founder of Chess Records. He was influential in the development of electric blues.

Little Walter, Leonard Chess, and female fans at a South Side Chicago record shop, promoting Little Walter’s new hit record “Juke,” circa

CIRCA 1970: Photo of Leonard Chess Photo by Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images

Leonard Chess founder of Chess Records born Lejzor Czyz in a Jewish community in Motal, Poland (now in Belarus)

Chuck Berry with Fans, 1957

Chuck Berry, Chess Records, Vinyl Records, Jerry Lee Lewis, James Brown, Berries, Music People, Music Icon, Turntable

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Sam Philips in the control room at Sun Records studio. Around 1956.

Sun Record company was founded by Sam Phillips ( shown below) in Memphis, Tennessee. Sun Records helped launch the careers of Elvis Presley, Johnny

Son Sims & Muddy Waters

74 years ago today: Henry 'Son' Sims and a young Muddy Waters record for Alan Lomax just outside of Clarksdale, Mississippi.

pCHICAGO - 1960: (L-R) Chess Records founder Phil Chess, RB singer Etta James and record producer Ralph Bass pose for a portrait at Chess Records Studios in 1960 in Chicago, illinois. (Photo by Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)/p

pCHICAGO - (L-R) Chess Records founder Phil Chess, RB singer Etta James and record producer Ralph Bass pose for a portrait at Chess Records Studios in 1960 in Chicago, illinois. (Photo by Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)/p

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