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This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding reliable references. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (October 2010) Mel Brown Background information Born October 7, 1939(1939-10-07) Died March 20, 2009(2009-03-20) (aged 69) Kitchener, Ontario Canada Genres Blues rock, blues, R&B Occupations Musician, songwriter Instruments Vocals, Guitar Labels Impulse! Records, Impulse! Associated acts Bobby "Blue" Bland, The Olympics, Etta James, Albert Collins Website Official website Mel Brown (October 7, 1939 – March 20, 2009) was an American-born blues guitarist. Brown was nominated for a Juno Award in both 2001 and 2002. Brown, a long-time smoker, died aged 69, on March 20, 2009, in Kitchener, Ontario, of complications from emphysema.[1][2] Contents 1 Discography 1.1 As leader 1.2 As sideman 2 References 3 External links Discography As leader 1967: Chicken Fat (Impulse! Records) 1968: The Wizard (Impulse!) 1969: Blues for We (Impulse!) 1969: I'd Rather Suck My Thumb (Impulse!) 1971: Mel Brown's Fifth (Impulse!) 1973: Big Foot Country Girl (Impulse!) 1998: Can’t Stop Blowin' (E-fi 3359) Snooky Pryor with special guest Mel Brown 1999: Neck Bones & Caviar (E-fi 3363) Mel Brown 2000: Double Shot! (E-fi 3367) Snooky Pryor and Mel Brown 2001: Homewreckin’ Done Live (E-fi 3370) Mel Brown and The Homewreckers 2006: Blues - A Beautiful Thing (E-fi 3394) Mel Brown and The Homewreckers 2006: Mel Brown - The DVD (E-fi 3395) As sideman B.B. King… L.A. Midnight – Guitar B.B. King and Bobby Blue Bland… Together for the First Time – Guitar Albert Collins … Cold Snap – Guitar James Cotton … Mighty Long Time – Piano Lightnin' Hopkins … It’s a Sin To Be Rich – Guitar, Organ, Electric Piano John Lee Hooker … Endless Boogie – Acoustic Guitar John Lee Hooker … Never Get Out of The Blues Alive – Guitar and Bass Jimmy McGriff … Dream Team – Guitar Doug Sahm … Juke Box Music – Keyboards Earl Hooker … Simply The Best – Guitar Charles Brown… Legend – Guitar T-Bone Walker … Funky Town – Guitar Little Bobby and The Jumpstarts … Tickets in the Glovebox – Piano, Guitar Harmonica Shah… Listen At Me Good – Guitar References ^ "Consummate bluesman" is gone, Terry Pender, Waterloo Record, March 21, 2009 ^ "Delta bluesman Mel Brown dies in adopted hometown of Kitchener, Ont.", CBC News website, March 22, 2009 External links Official website Biography @ Persondata Name Brown, Mel Alternative names Short description Date of birth October 7, 1939 Place of birth Date of death March 20, 2009 Place of death