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Polka Dot Slim

Polka Dot Slim (born as Monroe Vincent, December 19, 1919 in Woodville, MS. - April, 1982) was an American blues harmonica player and singer.

He was influenced by the harmonica playing of Sonny Boy Williamson I. Vincent made his debut in 1956 recording a single for Excello in Crowley, LA. as Vince Monroe. In 1957 he recorded over two dozen sides for Zynn in Crowley, but at the time the label only released two recordings. Some of these recordings were later issued by Flyright Records in England with Vincent billed as "Mr. Calhoun". Vincent returned to recording in 1965 and the following year waxing two singles for Instant & Apollo, respectively. Even after his recording career stalled, he remained a fixture on the New Orleans p...

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