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Texas Blues – Volume 1

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01. Just for a day
02. She carried me all over town

Chuck Edwards (Charles Edward Edwins) – vocals, guitar
Art Nance – tenor saxophone
Leon Gross -  baritone saxophone
Spider Lindsay – bass
Thomas Miller – drums
Pittsburgh, Pa. 1956 

03. Let's rock and roll to Auld Lang Syne

Chuck Edwards – vocals, guitar
King Curtis – tenor saxophone
+ band
New York City, 1956

04. Morning train

Chuck Edwards – vocals, guitar
+ band
Houston, Tx. 1957

05. Lucy and Jimmy got married

Chuck Edwards – vocals, guitar
King Curtis – tenor saxophone
+ band
The Five Crowns with Lennie Martin – vocals
New York City, december 1959

06. Bullfight n°1
07. Chuck roast

Chuck Edwards – guitar
Dickie Mc Ghee – trombone
George Green – tenor saxophone
Chuck Ramsey – bass
Thomas "Doc" Miller – drums
Pittsburgh, Pa. 1966

08. I don't want no company

Chuck Edwards – vocals, guitar, harmonica
George Green – tenor saxophone
Thomas "Doc" Miller – drums
Pittsburgh, Pa. 1967

09. Downtown Soulville
10. I need you

Chuck Edwards – vocals, guitar
Chuck Ramsey – bass
Willie Wagner – organ
Thomas "Doc" Miller – drums
Pittsburgh, Pa. January 1968

11. Bullfight n°2

Chuck Edwards – vocals, guitar
Edwin Davis – trumpet
George Green – tenor saxophone
Chuck Ramsey – bass
Willie Wagner – organ
Thomas "Doc" Miller – drums
Pittsburgh, Pa. March 1968

12. The blues rock
13. Bongo boogie
14. There goes the blues
15. After hour blues

Texas Johnny Brown- vocals, guitar
Amos Milburn – piano
Don Wilkerson – tenor saxophone, bass
Calvin Vaughn – drums
New York City, 6 april 1949

16. I'm gonna stop (foolin' around)

Texas Johnny Brown- vocals, guitar
Don Wilkerson – tenor saxophone, bass
+ band
Los Angeles, Ca. 9 february 1950

17. Suspense
18. Snake hips
19. Cop myself a scarf

Texas Johnny Brown- vocals, guitar
Henry Boathwright – tenor saxophone
Arthur Boathwright -  piano
J. Gose – bass
Herman Hopkins – drums
Houston, Tx. 1961-62

20. Never let me go
21. I've just got to forget you

Bud Harper – vocals
O.S. Grant & The Backbeats
+ band
Houston, Tx. 1961

22. Down the aisle
23. This woman I love

Bud Harper – vocals
The Downbeats
+ band
Houston, Tx. 1962

24. Wherever you were
25. Let it rain
26. Mr. Soul
27. Let me love you

Bud Harper – vocals
+ band
Houston, Tx. 1964

 

Let's go to Texas this time! Better known as a Funk & Soul guitarist, Chuck Edwards (Charles Edwards Edwins) has nevertheless recorded a fair number of blues or bluesy tracks. Born in Pittsburgh or Philadelphia (Pa) on 29 November 1926, Chuck plays the guitar with Sonny Thompson (with whom he would record) before starting a personal career from 1953, waxing many 45s for the Duke or his own Rene labels, mixing blues, guitar instrumentals and ballads, obtanining a hit with Downtown Soulville in the late 1960's. He has for a while lived in Houston, playing in the clubs and participating to many Duke sessions. During the early 70's, Chuck and his family settled in San Francisco, playing and recording mostly Funk as a family group as The Edwards Family and The Edwards Generation all around the Bay Area. Chuck died in Dale City (Ca) on July, 17th 2001.

Texas Johnny Brown (born John Reilly Brown in Ackerman, Ms on 22 February 1928) was taught the guitar by his bluesman father. Coming to Houston during the 1940's, Johnny Brown was strongly influenced by the jazzy texan style of T-Bone Walker and Gatemouth Brown. He has played on many sessions for the Duke label behind Junior Parker and Bobby Bland as well as under his name from 1949. For economical reasons he had to make a living outside music for several decades but resumed his career thanks to the blues revival of the 1990's, staging on many festivals in the US and Europe and recordings two excellent albums. Brown died in Houston, 1st July 2013.

Bud Harper is a blues shouter from San Antonio where he sung with several local bands like Mike & The Bel Airs, Spot Barnett and even Doug Sahm. "Big" Bud Harper (who must not be confused with Los Angeles' E.J. Buddy "Sonny" Harper) has recorded a handful of 45s in the Bobby Bland's style for local labels backed by some excellent musicians, one guitarist sounding very much like Wayne Bennette. --- Gérard Herzhaft, jukegh.blogspot.com

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