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The picture book is supported by a CD that not only contains a copy of the song The Wreck of the Diddley but also an animation that adds further value to the pictures of the book.
In another interview, blues legend Eddie "Son" House (1902?-88) remembered first learning to play Hawaiian guitar, not the diddley bow--indicating that American pop culture rather than ancient African roots had the greater say in his musical development.
This was no bad thing, though, as we were treated to the jazzy swing of Farmer John and a smoky cover of the old Bo Diddley B-side Mona.
The artist's incorporation of folk techniques mirrors the development of the diddley bow (after which Bo Diddley named himself).
Racing Post Ratings Steve Mason Diddley Dee (3.40 Hereford, nap) Showed very little on his first few runs over hurdles but much improved on good ground in a fair seller at Ludlow last time and could prove fairly treated on his return to handicap company.
Everyone else in the building was well over 60, which made the whole thing like an endless Twilight Zone episode, with opener Bo Diddley as Rod Sterling.
Fans and dealers turned out at the Hard Rock Cafe in New York's Times Square for the sale that included a car driven by Jackson, as well as David Bowie's guitar and memorabilia from the Beatles to Bo Diddley.
He is known for fashioning his own instruments, including the "threestring trance wonder", the "onestringed diddley bow" and the "Mississippi drum machine".
The festival will also showcase the talents of emerging bands from the area including rapper Chri4sit and 10-piece reggae outfit, Diddley Squat.
Selling directly to fans through its Website, the label has released approximately 200 projects, spanning such diverse artists as Jimi Hendrix, Etta James, The Supremes, The Animals, Jimmy Cliff, Peggy Lee, DJ Shadow, James Brown, Suzanne Vega, Bo Diddley, and Joe Walsh.
Mellencamp has gained some "adult alternative" radio play with one song from this disc, "My Sweet Love" that weaves his old tuneful sparkle through an arrangement dominated by a Bo Diddley drum beat.
30 (1928) Elias Bates McDaniel, better known as early rock 'n' roll guitarist and singer Bo Diddley, was born in McComb.
In Gainesville, Fla., Bo Diddley's great-grandson Tarik McDaniel carries a floral wreath shaped like a guitar as Bo Diddley's casket is carried from the funeral home.
ANSWERS: 1 Joy Adamson; 2 Bo Diddley; 3 Gene Autry; 4 The Po; 5 Cable News Network; 6 Michael Crichton; 7 Wild Bill Hickok; 8 Martina Hingis; 9 Hippopotamus; 10 Saskatchewan.
MIAMI: Rock 'n' roll pioneer Bo Diddley, who banged out hit songs powered by the relentless Bo Diddley beat that influenced rockers from Buddy Holly to U2, died on Monday at the age of 79.