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Chicago - The Blues Yesterday Volume 11

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01. Someday

Bobby Rush (Emmett Ellis Jr) – vocals, guitar
+ band
Chicago, 1964

02. Much too much
03. Sock boogaloo

Bobby Rush – vocals, guitar
Monk Higgins – piano
Wayne Bennett – guitar
Luther Johnson – guitar, horns
Cornelius Boyson – bass, drums
Chicago, 1967

04. Gotta have money
05. Camel walk

Bobby Rush – vocals, guitar
+ band
Chicago, 1968

06. Wake up
07. Just be yourself
08. Let it all hang out

Bobby Rush – vocals, guitar
Sonny Thompson – piano
+ band
Chicago, 1969

09. Chicken heads
10. Mary Jane

Bobby Rush – vocals, guitar
+ band
Chicago, 1971

11. Bowlegged woman knock kneed man I & II

Bobby Rush – vocals, guitar
+ band
Chicago, 1972

12. Get out of here

Bobby Rush – vocals, guitar
+ band
Chicago, 1974

13. Cryin' for my baby
14. Shake it baby
15. I ain't doing too bad
16. Ain't no time for fussing
17. Somebody walking in my home
18. Highway 49
19. Out in Virginia
20. Smokestack lightnin'
21. Help me baby
22. New Orleans blues

Little Wolf (Jessie Sanders) – vocals, guitar
Bobby Rush – harmonica, guitar, bass
Micky Rogers – guitar
Mike Rushell – guitar
Dell Marris – organ 
John Alford – keyboards
Jackson State Horn Section – horns
Willie James Hatten – bass
Forest Gordon – drums
Jackson, Ms. prob. 1992

23. Ain't gonna tell nobody
24. Feel like a King

L.C. Roby (Lee Charles Holland) – vocals, guitar
Eddie Shaw – tenor saxophone
Detroit Jr – organ
Marylin Love - bass
Ben Sanders – drums
Chicago, September 1979

 

Bobby Rush (born Emmett Ellis Jr on November, 10th 1940 at Homer, La) is a major name of the Soul blues and one of the true master of the so-called chitlin' circuit (cf his breathtaking performances behind his audience in the Richard Pearce's film TheRoad to Memphis). He has a large discography of very often excellent albums with many Hits, mainly in the Southern States. He knows better than anyone how to mix a gritty down home Funk with strong blues overtones (he learned the blues with people like Elmore James and Boyd Gilmore!) and Soul elements and his music is highly personal and very exciting. But his first 45s recorded in Chicago (where his family settled in 1953) are not well known outside his major Hit Chicken heads. We have tried to gather them but five titles are still missing (any .mp3 copy through my mail would be welcome!). Becoming a big name, mainly in the South, Bobby went to live to Jackson, Ms in 1980, near his favourite audience.

We have already featured Little Wolf and the records he made for Willie Dixon (see Chicago/ The Blues Yesterday Vol. 2). Born Jesse Sanders on June, 26th 1930 in Florence, Ms, our man has made a career as a Chicago police officer for 47 years while singing the blues in the Windy City clubs. Married to Howlin' Wolf's niece Diane, Jesse brought the attention of Willie Dixon who recorded him on an excellent aforementioned album. After his retirement from the Chicago Police Department, Jesse Sanders relocated in Memphis where he made some public appearances. He met again his old friend Bobby Rush and while Bobby bought to him a Greyhound bus Jesse had reshaped himself, he decided to record Sanders (this time as Little Howlin' Wolf) for his short lived JayLo label. The album is so rare that it was long thought it was never issued. Thanks to the detective talents of our friend Pierre Monnery, we have been able to get a copy of it and the entire session is on this post. But mind you: extremely rare doesn't mean extremely successful! Although there are good moments, we are here quite far from the sessions Little Wolf made for Dixon in Chicago!

To round off this new volume, we have included the only but excellent 45 made by L.C. Roby (Lee Charles Holland, son of William Holland, himself a Howlin' Wolf impersonator!) in 1979. Roby was, at that time, leading a very good Chicago outfit that backed many bluesmen in the clubs and the studios. On his own record, L.C. demonstrates his skills as a singer and as a guitarist, strongly influenced by Albert King. --- Gérard Herzhaft, jukegh.blogspot.com

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