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Chicago - The Blues Yesterday Volume 10

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Chicago - The Blues Yesterday Volume 10

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01. Special Agent 34-24-38
02. I wanna be your radio

Mamie Galore (Mamie Davis) – vocals
Monk Higgins – keyboards
Freddie Robinson – guitar
+ band
Chicago, 1965

03. It ain't necessary
04. Don't think I could stand it
05. Mistaken wedding
06. You got the power

Mamie Galore – vocals
Monk Higgins – keyboards
Freddie Robinson – guitar
+ band
Chicago, 1966

07. Ooh Wee what's wrong with me?
08. I'm a young rooster
09. Why do I love you so?
10. Come back to me

Leon Tarver- vocals, piano
Red Holloway – tenor saxophone, guitar
Willie Dixon – bass, drums
The Chordettes – vocals
Chicago, 16 January 1954

11. Soup line
12. It's my fault

Leon Tarver- vocals, piano
The Chordettes – vocals
+ band
Chicago, 20 April 1954

13. Somebody help me
14. Oh baby I'm blue

Leon Tarver- vocals, piano
Sax Mallard – alto saxophone
Lewis Ogletree – trumpet
Cliff Davis – tenor saxophone
Jimmy Richards - bass
Red Saunders – drums
Chicago, December 1955

15. I say no no more
16. I won't hurt you no more
17. Guess what it was
18. I'll make a new world

Frances Burr – vocals
K.J. Trio
+ band
Chicago, 1963


The tenth volume (!) of this popular series starts with Mamie Galore, a noted Soul singer who has anyway first recorded very bluesy 45t (particularly the superb Special Agent 34-24-38 b/w I wanna be your radio), produced by Monk Higgins with Freddie Robinson playing the guitar. Born Mamie Davis at Erwin (Mississippi) 24th September 1940, she started to sing at a very young age in church, then becoming the lead singer of the Greenville R&B band Herman Scott & The Swinging Kings. She was once a member of the Ike & Tina Turner Review, toured alongside Little Milton Band and started a solo career when settling in Chicago in 1965. She recorded quite steadily during a couple of years but with only moderate commercial success. She followed Higgins in California for awhile but came back to Mississippi in 1972, singing then mostly Gospel. She died in Jackson, Ms on October, 7th 2011.

Singer and pianist Leon Tarver started a musical career with the doo woop group The Cardinals before trying as a solo act in Chicago in 1954-55. He recorded eight titles (all are here), even a Chess session of two 45s produced by Willie Dixon that are much sought after items. After that he disappeared completely from the musical scene.

Then we have the enigmatic singer Frances Burr whose terrific I say no no more is highly regarded in some circles as one of the all time R&B masterpieces. She has recorded only two singles in 1963 and all the attempts to find her whereabouts have proved unsuccessful. But the indefatigable Mr Mightygroove (see his blog http://soul-in-groove.eklablog.com/) has unearthed a photo of the young lady, proving that, despite everything that has been written on her, is a white girl, that is anyway quite evident considering her way of singing for the time.--- Gérard Herzhaft, jukegh.blogspot.com

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