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Chicago - The Blues Yesterday Volume 20

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Chicago - The Blues Yesterday Volume 20

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01. Rock'n'roll boogie
02. Rock and roll can save your soul
03. All pretty women
04. Women's world
05. Davy Crockett's jingle bells
06. You can't live in this big world by yourself

Jo Jo Williams (Joseph Williams) – vocals, guitar
Mojo Buford – harmonica
Lazy Bill Lucas – piano
Dave Myers – guitar
Sam Burton – drums
Cicero, Ill. 1959

07. Afro shake dance
08. You got to be loved

Jo Jo Williams – vocals, guitar
Little Smokey Smothers – guitar
Tommy Reader – alto saxophone
P.T. Hayes – harmonica
Elijah Jordan – bass
Robert Whitehead – drums
Chicago, Ill. 1959

09. Green light (vcl: Johnny Morton)
10. Hey hey big mama (vcl: Johnny Morton)
11. I love you mama (vcl: Sugarman Penigar)
12. No no baby (vcl: Sugarman Penigar)
Chicago All Stars, band. Same or Similar. Chicago, Ill. 26 December 1947
13. Are you getting married brother? (vcl: Cozy Eggleston)
14. Strange strange lover (vcl: Pro Mc Clam)

Chicago All Stars: 
Johnny Morton – trumpet
Sax Mallard – alto saxophone, clarinet
Sugarman Penigar – tenor saxophone
Bill Owens – piano
Elmer Ewing – guitar
Bali Beach – bass
Jump Jackson – drums
Chicago, 27 July 1947

15. Cry on daddy
16. I stagger in my sleep
17. I'm blue daddy
18. Poker playing daddy

Clara Morris – vocals
Lonnie Johnson – guitar
Blind John Davis – piano
Willie Mitchell – bass
Chicago, Ill. 27 March 1941

19. I can't believe it

Frank Butler – vocals
Cool Breeze (Joseph Bell) – bs
+  band.
Chicago, Ill. 1957

20. Build a little house for you
21. How I feel about you
22. Someone outside

Frank Butler – vocals
+ band
Chicago, Ill. 1965-66

23. So many years

Frank Butler – vocals
+ band
Chicago, Ill. 1968

24. The love I need
25. If love don't change

Frank Butler – vocals
+ band
Chicago, Ill. 1970

 

Let's open this 20th opus of our "Chicago/ The Blues Yesterday" series with Jo Jo Williams, certainly the most well known artist of this comp. Born in Coahoma on 7th October 1923, Joseph Eginger Williams is the son of a railroad employee. At an early age, he has met Son House and Willie Brown, lived as a teenager in Memphis where, under the influence of the local Beale Street acts, he learned to play the guitar around 1942 and left to Chicago, well determined to make a living out of his music. He formed his own band, The Blues Rockers with which he recorded a handful of singles under his own name, was a staunch member of the Muddy Waters Junior Band, toured the West Coast with Little Walter... During the 1960's Jo Jo went to live to Minneapolis where alongside Lazy Bill Lucas and Mojo Buford he would be a revered figure of the local blues scene. Jo Jo died in Minneapolis 16 June 2010.

Several groups named themselves Chicago All Stars. This one here is the temporary aggregation at the end of the 1940's of Chicago blues and Jazz veterans, namely trumpet player Johnny Morton, saxophonists Oett "Sax" Mallard and Sugarman Penigar as well as the ubiquitous drummer and bandleader Armand "Jump" Jackson.

Clara Morris (c. 1920-2007) is a first rate singer with a strong rural feel who, unfortunately, leaves only one striking 1941 session backed by Lonnie Johnson and Blind John Davis. She will record another session a couple of months later, this time with Big Bill Broonzy, that never was issued. Like many, her career has been cut short by the war and to our knowledge she never recorded again. She married to a Mr Proctor and died at Lake Forest, Illinois.

At last, powerful singer Frank Butler (not to be confused with the jazz drummer of the same name) has been present on the Chicago blues scene during the years 1955-70, recording a handful of 45s for small local labels like Chief, Space Age or Great Scott, the last tracks in a more Soul vein. I unfortunately don't know anything more about his whereabouts and every piece of information would be most welcome. ---Gérard Herzhaft, jukegh.blogspot.com

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