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By: Neil Feineman

I don't know anything about St. Louis's electronic music community. But I am willing to be educated. So if you do, feel free to fill us in.

After spending a bit of time reading up on it, though, I do know that St. Louis was the first place that slaves or free men stopped on the way north from Mississippi and Arkansas, and that St. Louis pretty much has given the world more than enough music to put us all in its debt. Just a random stroll through is sufficient proof: This is a barebones website, with little more than a list of musicians who were part of the St. Louis cauldron.

Now, you can skim it because that's what we do these days, but indulge me. Actually read the names slow enough so that you can hear them. Listen close and you'll hear the sound of St. Louis:

Fontella Bass ("Rescue Me"), Albert King, James Ingram. Little Milton. Lonnie G. and the Blue Flames, "Guitar" Tommy Moore and the 5 J's, Johnny the Twist Williams, Ann Peebles ("I Can't Stand the Rain), Bessie Smith, Ike Turner, Tina Turner, Josephine Baker, Lester Bowie, Scott Joplin, Bobby McFerrin, Jesse Stone and the Bootblacks, Miles Davis, Cleophus Robinson, Willie Mae Ford Smith.

To those and to those we missed, thank you.

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