Elmore James (Condado de Holmes, Misisipi; 27 de enero, 1918-Chicago, Illinois; 24 de mayo de 1963) fue un guitarrista de blues estadounidense, considerado el padre de la bottleneck guitar o slide guitar.
Elmore James ( né Brooks; January 27, 1918 – May 24, 1963)  was an American blues guitarist, singer, songwriter, and bandleader.  Noted for his use of loud amplification and his stirring voice, James was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1992. 
9 de abr. de 2015 · 1.1M views 8 years ago. Elmore James versions Several versions of "It Hurts Me Too" were recorded in the 1940s and 1950s, including those by Stick McGhee and Big Bill Broonzy. When Elmore James...
Elmore James, original name Elmore Brooks, (born January 27, 1918, Richland, Mississippi, U.S.—died May 24, 1963, Chicago, Illinois), American blues singer-guitarist noted for the urgent intensity of his singing and guitar playing.
Elmore James discography. Elmore James was an American blues slide guitarist and singer who recorded from 1951 until 1963. His most famous song, "Dust My Broom", an electrified adaptation of a Robert Johnson tune, was his first hit and features one of the most identifiable slide guitar figures in blues.