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Chicago - The Blues Yesterday Volume 6

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Chicago - The Blues Yesterday Volume 6

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01. Birmingham late hours
02. You're too bad

Birmingham Jones (Wright Jones) – vocals, harmonica
Freddie Robinson – guitar
Charles Jones – bass
Billy Davenport – drums
Chicago, 1956

03. I'm glad
04. Drinking again
05. Birmingham bounce
06. Chills and fever

Birmingham Jones – vocals, harmonica
Hubert Sumlin – guitar
Jarrett Gibson – tenor saxophone
Donald Hankins - tenor saxophone
Andrew Mc Mahon – bass
Clifton James – drums
Chicago, mars 1965

07. Good moanin' blues
08. Gonna bring it on home
09. Groove walk
10. La Cucaracha
11. John Henry
12. Hard hearted woman
13. Wee baby blues
14. It's alright
15. Wrinkles
16. Friday night stomp

Big Walter Horton - vocals, harmonica
Buddy Guy – guitar
Bobby Buster – organ
Jack Myers – bass
Willie Smith – drums
Willie Dixon – vocals (7,8)
Chicago, 13 - 24 january 1964

17. Sad and blues
18. Sputnik

Harmonica George (George Robinson) - vocals, harmonica
Eddie Clearwater – guitar
Willie Johnson – guitar
Jo Jo Williams – bass
Bob Richey – drums
Chicago, 1959

19. Got some order
20. Got in the kitchen and burn

Harmonica George - vocals, harmonica
Reggie Boyd – guitar
Syl Johnson – guitar, organ, bass, drums
Chicago, 1968

21. Blue by George
22. Buzz me

Harmonica George - vocals, harmonica
Detroit Jr – piano
Larry Burton – guitar
Aron Burton – bass
Pete Williams – drums
Chicago, 1982


Birmingham Jones opens this new volume in our "Chicago/ The blues Yesterday" series. Born Wright Jones (and not Wright Birmingham as it is so often written) January, 9th 1937 in Saginaw (Michigan), our man learned to play the saxophone and the guitar but made a small career as a harp player, largely influenced by Little Walter. In Chicago, he played in several bands (J.B. Lenoir, Muddy Waters) and recorded two excellent sessions in 1956 and 1965 under his name (the latter with Hubert Sumlin!). After another unissued session in 1970 for Prez Kenneth, Birmingham Jones made a living outside music but was recorded again in 1984 by the Austrian Wolf Record.

Big Walter Horton is of course the very well known master, one of the most brilliant harmonica player of the whole blues history. Here we have the entire 1964 album "Soul of Blues harmonica", a quite hard to find and much sought after Argo LP, the first album made by Walter. This is certainly not the best of Horton recordings but this mostly instrumental Willie Dixon (who sings on two titles) production has its moments and features also a young Buddy Guy playing excellent solos.

At last, Harmonica George (George W. Robinson), born June, 12th 1934 in Aberdeen (Ms) learned the harp with his brother Jesse who was a friend of Howlin' Wolf. After he came to Chicago in 1952, George made a living mostly as a cab driver but nevertheless sat in with several blues bands (Elmore James, Howlin' Wolf) while managing to record a string of sessions for small labels. Unfortunately, many of those recordings are either unissued (a whole LP for the Twinight label) or very hard to find (a Shama 45 with Syl Johnson). If anybody holds those recordings and would like to share it, a .mp3 copy through my mail would be appreciated! ---Gérard Herzhaft, jukegh.blogspot.com

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