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It was probably one of the first Ebony II's to see issue. The Three Brown Buddies may have used Willie Lacey, who played guitar on a number of late s blues sessions, as their lead singer.
One wonders as well whether this is the same group as Buddy Brooks' Three Brown Buddies, who showed up on the Local contract list for May 20, when they were signed to a gig of indefinite length at the Normandy Lounge.
All to be researched More likely it was an ad hoc way of differentiating this side from its diskmate. Olivette Miller was active as a harp player Ebony queen wanted Chicago. She was the daughter of the Broadway show producer, Flournoy E. Miller, who achieved fame for Shuffle Along and Runnin' Wild.
She appears to have performed mainly at society affairs, making very sporadic forays into the club scene. In Adult looking casual sex El Centro California, she worked for a time at Colosimo's, filing a contract with Local for two weeks with an indefinite option on May In Ebony queen wanted, she took a gig at the Capitol Lounge "indefinite" contract posted on August On December 4, she posted a contract for 3 weeks at Club Detour.
In Marchshe took up a 2-week gig at the Beige Room in the Pershing Hotel contract posted on March 4, extending her stay for another 2 weeks on March In October she landed another 4 weeks at the Beige Room contract accepted and Ebony queen wanted on October 7.
During andMiller took no nightclub engagements that we know of. She was completely absent from the Local contract list. InOlivette Miller marked her return to the club Ebony queen wanted with a well advertised gig at the high-toned Harry's Show Lounge East 63rd ; her contract for 2 weeks with options was accepted and filed on October 4.
After her Ebony release, Miller continued to work in Ebony queen wanted, though her club gigs were the exception rather than the rule. In Aprilshe landed a gig at Swinger clubs Griffith Blackhawk Restaurant 2-week contract posted on April 3. Gibson had previously been with a comedy dance trio, the Chocolateers. With Gibson as Ebony queen wanted partner, in she produced a minute revue called Highlights Sex classifieds in Monrovia, based on scripts Ebony queen wanted scores she obtained from her father.
It featured a cast of 35, which included both her father and the noted black actor, Mantan Moreland. The CHI prefix on the matrix number was one that Williams had used on a few sessions in the late Ebony queen wanted for instance, CHI and were Wife seeking sex tonight Chataignier sides by Ebony queen wanted Famous Blue Jay Singers, recorded in early Williams most likely recorded Olivette Miller inwhen she was making fairly regular appearances on the club scene, and held the side till later.
Given Wiliams' rather eccentric procedures, however, he may also have decided to revive the CHI series in During the remainder of and the first half Ebony queen wantedWilliams promoted his Fuck friends Ketchum as "Vibraphonic.
The Clantones were a different kind of vocal group, specializing in ballads. The group was one of the first that Wiliams would sign to his revived label; he placed a photo of them in the Chicago Defender in February McGrath lists another Clantones single on Ebony He claims it was originally released inon the third incarnation of Ebony.
There is still work to Ebony queen wanted clarifying things How he coped in live performance remains a little difficult for us to figure, but Williams, whose promotional budget must have been microscopic, actually took out an advertisement in the Chicago Defender to promote bookings for him. Hayes and Laughton Ebony queen wanted The Gospel Discogaphy claim that this session was made "c. Actually it Ebony queen wanted in that a secular-singing George Currie as he spelled his name then was briefly featured in the Chicago Defender.
The blurb said of him, "boasting of four singing voices has recorded several numbers by singing bass, baritone, Ebony queen wanted, and lead that are solid. Recording carries all four numbers, sounding as real as if sung by Mills Brothers or Ravens.
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Curry continued to record after his one Ebony release. Either in orhe put two singles out on the Wated label, which was based Ebony queen wanted Los Angeles. He appears to have produced and recorded them himself, as they do not sound like anything else that ever appeared on Elko. Unfortunately, Elkohis only secular Ebony queen wanted that we know of featuring the inimitable blues with the inimitable title, "Number 9 on the Menu Cat a la Carte and Dog Slaw"and Elko are even more obscure than his Ebony.
It's hard for any record wsnted be more Ebony queen wanted than an Ebony. Curry subsequently recorded two gospel singles for North-uxbridge-MA wife swapping, another LA-based indie, and two more for wanfed own Currytone label, whose address was in New York City our thanks to Big Joe Louis for information on Curry's other records.
We have to wonder what Curry did in live performance, because his recordings depended so heavily on his overdubbed vocal lines. Did he use prerecorded backgrounds? This is the first gospel release that we know of on the second Ebony label. Quueen also identified this group as "The Saginaw Singers," which might say something about where they were originally from. He attributes both to the first incarnation of Ebony. Hayes and Laughton, concur, giving "c.
Williams may have recorded the Melody Jubilee Ebonh in However, the group was on his active artists' roster inas we learn Ebony queen wanted another one of his sporadic Defender ads.
Eddie Ela veteran blues guitarist, Ebony queen wanted Earl Dranes whose name was subjected to quite a variety of spellings during his career had worked, along with pianist Willie Mabon, in the Ebony queen wanted editiion of a group called the Blues Rockers, which recorded for DJ Al Benson in ; two sides from the session were released on Aristocrat in December Dranes went on to record a second session for Aristocrat with the Blues Rockers in ; by this time, El had left the group.
In"Early Drane" worked the Be Bop Lounge his indefinite contract was accepted and filed qeen Local on April 15; a second indefinite contract was posted on May Dranes used wanhed Blues Rockers name one more time, for a session that he did in Nashville for the Excello label His last club appearances in Chicago that we know of took place in Ebony queen wanted these recordings for Williams were new Evony Moon Blues" was wantrd a title that Terry had previously releasedthey were probably made in between the RCA Victor outings.
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He subsequently made one single each for the small New York-based operations of X-traAmp Ebony queen wanted, and Bonus An advertisement in the city edition of the Chicago Horny housewifes in Columbus swf seeks a hispanic maleseeking bookings for Birmingham Junior, came out inbut stylistically this session appears to have been done earlier, in the wake of Little Walter's success Ebony queen wanted his band the Jukes.
The combo led by alto and occasional tenor saxophonist Tab Smith had been under contract to Mayo Williams for a time in Roebie Kirk sang on two of the four sides that Smith's group Ebony queen wanted at Beltone Studios in New York City, in August ; material from this session was released on Harlem and later on 20th Century. To produce maximal confusion, Williams took "I Don't Want to Play in the Ebony queen wanted from this session which originally appeared on Harlemthen, as "Let's Go Upstairs," on King instead of the original "Romance Time" which Ebony queen wanted under its original title on 20th Century Kirk did not continue with Smith after these outings; Smith, meanwhile, made one more session for Harlem and the first incarnation of Ebony in November Smith moved to the New York-based Hub and Manor labels, then, for one session into a brand-new outfit called Atlantic.
In the later part ofsides from all three of the sessions under Williams' control were dealt to King Records, which put out several reissue singles. This is a straight rpm version of Ebony [II] The only difference is that "Orchestra" had to be abbreviated on the Side A Ebony queen wanted. After moving to Saint Louis, Tab Smith began recording again in Obviously, at some point between late andWilliams sensed an opportunity to cash in on Tab Smith's popularity.
However, his prospects of making new recordings with Smith who was under contract to Leonard Allen of United for 6 years were nil. So he overdubbed on top of some sides from Which one it was remains to be determined. The A side of Ebony features Sunnyland Slim on piano and vocals, someone possibly Sunnyland's regular bassist Big Crawford shaking maracas, a drummer possibly Sunnyland's regular drummer Alfred Wallace doing hand percussion only, a Rochester New Hampshire pussy needing fucked not Junior Lockwood, and not J.
Lenoir who is hard to hear, and one Anna Lee responding to Sunnyland's pleas. The recording quality proves that the side was not made anywhere near Universal Recording. Anna Lee was not credited on the JOB. Sunnyland Special: ClassicsSunnyland Slimwas released on CD in Neither of these reissues cites the side's original appearance on Ebony. Although Ebony queen wanted Brown recorded J. Brown and released a single on him, Ebony queen wanted recording quality on B was apparently too raw to interest him.
The Lillian Campbell 78, the second Ebony to be released in the s, has a in the trail-off vinyl that is not Ebony queen wanted on the Mata Roy an Ebony that was pre-Vibraphonic as well as pre-High Fidelity.
One wonders whether Mayo Wiliams had anything to do with placing a photo of Norma Shelton's band in the Chicago Defender. The band was not booked Woman swinger Niagara Falls the Ebony queen wanted Side clubs at the time, and the dance it had just played was not a high-profile event Norma, who was basically self-taught, began playing the piano when she was 8 years old.
Norma married Alfred Shelton, who served as her Lady want real sex PA Davistown 15349 manager; they had six children.
By the early s, Norma Shelton was performing regularly with her Rhythm Boys; they reportedly appeared at the Chicago World's Fair in Ebony queen wanted One wonders whether Norma Shelton and Mayo Williams might have crossed paths back when he was working for Decca; byshe had been performing in the Chicago area for at least 20 years. Our thanks go Ebony queen wanted Karen Shelton, Norma Shelton's great-granddaughter, for this biographical information email of March 30, Freddie Hall was a blues shouter.
From the florid Ebony queen wanted copy on his Ebony release, we gather that he was originally from Gadsden, Alabama. We have learned from other sources that he played Ebony queen wanted. Wantsd confidently proclaims him "Gadsdens [sic] Gift wnted the Girls. According to Fancourt quen McGrath, Hall played piano on this session, and was accompanied by tenor sax, bass, and drums.
So the record cannot have been made before Apparently Joe Brown, who had collaborated with Ebonyy inbrokered a deal with label owner Art Sheridan, because in Augustthe single was Ebony queen wanted sans boasts about gifts to the girls as Ebonyy Until the Ebony queen wanted discovery of the original Ladies wants sex NJ Manville 8835 on Ebonywe had only Ebony queen wanted matrix numbers HFA and HFB on the Chance single to indicate Ebony as the source.
Freddie Hall would next record in a rock and roll-influenced style for Abco a label Wantrd by Joe Brown in His last known recordings were made inand consisted of three singles for the C. Dickie Adams, about whom nothing more is known, led a sturdy Evony combo with solo contributions from the alto saxophonist, one of the tenors, and the piano.
The lack of down-home references in the label copy suggests that Adams was a native of the Chicago area. The sonics Ebony queen wanted clear but the recording balance is not what one would expect wnated one of the top studios in town. The two records by The Eagle-Aires are Williams' only known qufen into doowop. The group was first-rate, but Williams wannted didn't sustain his interest in the genre. Again, the balance between the singers and the instrumentalists is not what would ensue from an outing at Universal Recording.
One of Williams' many eccentricities was a predilection for attaching the Aires suffix, then commonplace in the gospel world, Reykjavik sex club the names of secular vocal groups. See also the Ruppert-Aires, who performed on Ebony wqnted Ebony was quickly dealt to Joe Brown, who reissued it with a whole lot less label copy as JOB The matrix numbers Until recently, Ebony queen wanted collectors were familiar only with the JOB, on account of the rarity of the original release; at Ebony queen wanted just three copies of the Ebony are known.
The second Eagle-Aires release was never picked up by JOB and has consequently remained even more obscure. Since Joe Turner's "Honey Hush" was recorded and released inand the record also testifies to Mayo Williams' continuing fascination with "Money Honey," first released by the Drifters in Septemberwe can be pretty sure about the date. The copy of in the Ebony queen wanted of the late Need a man around but not a Paulus is the only one known to survive.
The Chicago Defender for October 9, ran a photo of J. Mayo Williams with his new recording group, the Harmonettes. This was a female gospel group Ebony queen wanted the direction of well known gospel impresario, Dorothy Herron O'Bryant; it had been around since the late s. The group was reported to have been signed by Williams the previous week to record "A Letter to Santa Claus.
We don't know whether this record actually saw release. Note how all of the Ebony records on the wall behind them are 78s. We are Ebonyy looking for a Harmonettes single on 78 rpm.
Meanwhile, we've recently received confirmation that the Harmonettes did appear on at least one Ebony release—a inch LP! This is probably the only LP release Las Vegas Nevada girls nude Mayo Williams was involved with—but who knows what other riches and curiosities are hiding somewhere?
Wnted of the presence of the Harmonettes, who were recording Christmas songs in Octoberwe're figuring that this LP was intended for release in time for Christmas We'd Ebony queen wanted to provide more details, but Ebony queen wanted we have to establish who performed on each title.
Different artists are listed on Sides 1 and 2. But the lists aren't Ebony queen wanted awnted Chicago, ; overdubbing Ebony queen wanted attested. Jack Cooley was a singing waiter in Chicago who also played drums.
He often wore cowboy hats and liked to perform numbers with titles like "Mr. Two-Gun Pete. Though never a recording star, or any kind of name entertainer outside of Chicago, he managed to get himself on record frequently.
One of these appeared on Southern and two on Queen . N5, Betty Thornton And Trio, I Don't Want the World, Chicago A, early , January. "Snow White" is a 19th-century German fairy tale which is today known widely across the When the queen asks her mirror, it tells her that Snow White is the fairest. .. in the story, their implications, and their Christian interpretations, such as the colours red, white, and black; the apple; the number seven; and resurrection. Louisiana HBCUs dominate Ebony's queen's list “I just really wanted to be the person who made a difference in young girls' lives.”.
Cooley, as we can see above, was on Williams' talent roster back in The heavy rock and roll promotion attendant on this Ebony indicate a release Ebohy orlater in Ebony II's run. Williams would not have been able to get Tab Smith's band into a studio then, because Smith was under long-term Ebony queen wanted to United. So instead he recycled a recording by Tab and band, overdubbing Cooley on drums. This overdubbed creation had danted appeared a year or so earlier, as the B side to Ebony So the source for Side A is clear.
We have not heard Women fucking in San Ardo naked women red Newark Ebony so we don't know if any overdubbing was done on the A side. When Williams recorded Little Brother Montgomery he was calling on the services of a veteran blues performer, wantex discography extended all the way back to Montgomery's piano technique was intact, and he performed well on a number of s sessions, including this one and his outing for JOB.
Fancourt and McGrath place the session in However, a Chicago Defender blurb from hyperbolically announces that Montgomery's Ebony queen wanted recording of "Pinetop's Boogie" is a hit. Sonically, queej sides of Ebony are definitely from the s. Washington's well-recorded drums practically surround Ebony queen wanted piano in the sonic image. Norma Sheltonwho was born Ebony queen wanted Kentucky and moved to the South Side of Eobny inplayed piano and began leading a group called the Rhythm Boys in the early s.
Williams had already recorded her with the Rhythm Boys on the Lillian Campbell single this was the second Ebonyrecorded in ; see above. Ladies want real sex Copley reference to Elvis Presley makes the likely date of recording as well as release.
The Shelton Sisters were Red springs NC of Alfred and Norma Shelton's daughters; they often performed with their mother's combo during this period. Norma Shelton died Ebony queen wanted November We Looking for rockstar look indebted to Karen Shelton, her great-granddaughter, for basic information about her life and work email communication, March 30, For instance, the Board meeting minutes of Musicians Union Local list her as appearing at Mickey's Tavern and the Q Lounge in November Ebony queen wanted she filed contracts for an indefinite period at the Q and 3 nights at Mickey's on November Watkins posted an indefinite contract with Ralph's Club on January 6, In April, she moved to Sago's Lounge, posting an indefinite contract on April In July she was holding down a gig at the Boogie Woogie Inn indefinite contract accepted and filed on July 7plus a one-day fill-in at the Bon Air Lounge posted July Watkins posted another indefinite contract with Ralph's Club on January 5, On July 5,she posted an indefinite contract with the Caldonia Lounge, and on September 6,an indefinite contract with Phil's Lounge.
On June 19 and July 3,she posted indefinite Ebony queen wanted with the Club, followed by another Ebony queen wanted December 4. In Marchshe Ebony queen wanted back at Ralph's Club, posting an indefinite contract on March 5, and following up with another for 2 weeks on June 4.
She also picked up a gig at the 34 Club indefinite contracts accepted on June 4 and 18,plus another for 3 nights on July 2.Horny Ebony Women Search Dating For Sex
In August Watkins was at the Club indefinite contract posted on August 20, for a gig that began on the 7th. On November wantsd,she posted an indefinite contract with the New Look Lounge, following with another on December On April 1,she posted an indefinite contract with the Ship Show Lounge, renewing it on June In July she moved to the Club indefinite contract accepted and filed on July On April Ebony queen wanted,she filed an indefinite contract with the Happy Home Lounge.
On June 2,Goodie Watkins posted a contract for a gig quren indefinite length at Club 34; in July she moved to Club 26 indefinite contract filed on July 7. On January Lady looking real sex New Chapel Hill,she posted an indefinite contract with a joint called the Big Top Hat.
We are not aware of Ebony queen wanted other recordings by Ebony queen wanted Watkins. Otherwise, however, release numbers already used in the series for Ebony Is or IIs were reassigned, and new issues appeared on 45 rpm only.
Little Brother Montgomery was extensively recorded during the s. However, a lot of his output consisted of home taping not released until much later. Fancourt and McGrath give this session a year, but Ebony queen wanted say the same of the "Pinetop's Boogie Blues" session, which we now know was done in So the later quene is a safer bet. Just two confuse matters further, Williams decided to mix and match one side from Montgomery's Ebony with another wnted unreleased side from the same session.
And he put them on another Ebony This version has 'shouts' occasionally in the background. Alfred Harris could sing in the manner of Ebony queen wanted. He often billed himself as "Blues King," where King was meant as a surname, not a title. He had previously cut uqeen track in Memphis for Modern. His best-known session was an outing he Horny fat black girls in sw houston drummer James Bannister for Stateson August Ebony queen wanted, At the time, Harris was holding down a 6-month gig at the Be-Bop Lounge contract posted with Local on June 17, ; guitarist Ebony queen wanted Wantde, who had been working at the Be-Bop, was also on the session.
The Ebony session, for waanted the details remain obscure, seems to have been done in or Harris dropped completely off the Chicago scene inand his subsequent movements remain unknown.
An unusual feature on this release is the Calypso number on Side B.
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Ebony queen wanted Calypso enjoyed a niche market in the African-American community during this period. Fancourt and McGrath list this session, putting a date on it. According to them, the other instruments on the session were guitar and drums. We haven't heard "Down Stairs," and are guessing at the band, based on the makeup of Cool Breeze's working ensemble during this period. According to some sources, Frank Butler was the lead vocalist on "Down Stairs.
Obviously the vocal credits stand in need of straightening out. Again, we're assuming Bell's lineup from the fall ofand we're not sure whether Frank Butler sang on one of these sides.
Bass player Cool Breeze had Ebony queen wanted a long career before he made these sides for Williams. They recorded for Bluebird in The group broke up inwhen Dixon was imprisoned for resisting the draft. ByBell, now the bass player in the groups he participated in, was leading a group called the Three Breezes, working regularly on the club scene, most notably playing at the Subway Lounge South Indiana.
The presence of this stellar cast of musicians indicates that the Bell's group had evolved from a rhythmic vocal group into a straight jazz combo. The following year they were at the L-Bow Lounge 55th and Michigan.
Bell also played bass on a Willie Mabon session for ChessEbony queen wanted there is no reason to think that he joined Mabon's group. The Chicago Defender reported that they were Ebony queen wanted for United at this time as far as we know, that was not happeningand that the unit consisted of Joe Bell on bass, Cecil Howell on sax, Nate Burton on drums, and Eddie Malone on piano.
The following year the group was playing at the Savannah Ebony queen wanted East 51st. As nothing had materialized with United, during this Ebony queen wanted Joe Bell put out three releases on his own custom Bell label, some of the sides featuring Frank Butler on vocals. During the early months ofBell Ebony queen wanted his quartet Ebony queen wanted down a regular gig at Duke Slater's Vincennes Lounge; they were replaced when Richard Ingram's rock and roll band with Johnny Houser returned.
This was probably the group that made these four sides for Williams. The identity of the Senders is unknown. Year later, inButler would make a couple of Ebony queen wanted for Jimmy Bracken's feeble attempt to get back into the music business after the collapse of Vee-Jay Records: This Ebony appears to come from the last days of Ebony II.
There is a transitional label design not seen on other releases, and the involvement of the Continental Jazz Band puts the recording around With this Christmas record, Mayo Williams was on his fourth Ebony There is no composer credit on "Rudolph" did Williams really think it was traditional?
This Ebony release was picked up by Trend; since Trend was advertised in Novemberthe sessions took place in late or early The Trend release has an artist title that sounds like it came from a Williams project.
Lil Palmore, under her Cal Palmer moniker, is used just on vocals, leaving Little Brother Montgomery to do the keyboard work. InEbony II came to a sudden end. Williams became ill and had to suspend his record business for some months. The third and final incarnation of the Ebony label opened instill at the same business address. Ebony III was still active in the late s and the last release was probably the memorial to Louis and Lil Armstrong, in While there was a flurry of new recording from toof course Williams was also continuing to repackage items from both previous incarnations of the Ebony queen wanted.
And, of course, he was, once again, reusing the series. Williams Ladies seeking sex Cary Illinois away from the record business for a while in In Julythe "Nosey Says" gossip column in the Defender mentioned that Williams "hospitalized recently has recovered sufficiently to be back at his office in the South Center Building. Mayo Williams, former football great at Brown University now in the record business is all set to release new and revised discs of oldies that were favorites years ago.
Williams led off with a release by Lil Palmore, Ebony queen wanted was now calling herself Cal Palmer. Lil Palmore was again used just on vocals, leaving Little Brother Montgomery to do the keyboard work. What is Ebony queen wanted a reissue of this "Busy Bootin" appeared on Ebony ; credits the release to Brother John Ebony queen wanted but mentions Cal Palmer on Ebony queen wanted label.
Brother John Sellers first recorded for Williams inwhen a side was released on the Southern label, and two sides appeared on Queen, an imprint of King Records in Cincinnati. He did extensive recording afterwards for a number of labels, before Ebony queen wanted on Ebony. Sellers was born May 27, in Clarksville, Mississippi. While in the South he performed in Minstrel shows, but by the early s in Chicago Sellers was singing gospel with Mahalia Jackson. As Brother John Sellers he recorded gospel for Miracle in and Ebony queen wanted His next Ebony queen wanted for Chance was a marathon--eight sides in November, all blues--backed by the Ebony queen wanted of local trumpet player King Kolax.
After his Chance sessions, Sellers moved to New York and became involved in the folk club scene apparently coming back to Chicago for this Ebony release. He built a career on the same model as Big Bill Broonzy, Josh White, and the Ebony queen wanted Gary Davis, presenting a repertoire that melded folk, blues, and gospel.
Sellers died on March 27,in New York. Williams established another alliance, the last one we know of, with a label called Trend. Trend was a subsidiary of Kapp, which in turn was named after Williams' boss when he worked at Decca, Jack Kapp.
The alliance seems to have been responsible for two releases on Trend. Pianist-singer Lil Hardin Armstrong was of course not unknown to Williams, who recorded her regularly while he was at Decca in the s. She was born Lillian Hardin in Memphis on February 3, or was it ? She got her formal musical training at Fisk University, and moved to Chicago in There she worked as a songplugger and in various legendary bands of the Jazz Age: She made the first session under her own name Ebony queen wantedrecording a thinly disguised version of her husband's Hot Five as Lil's Hot Ebony queen wanted.
Her most extensive recording period was Ebony queen wanted Decca, in six sessions duringunder Mayo Williams' aegis. Then she was off to Paris, where she worked during the early s. Armstrong returned to Chicago in the fall ofwhere she resumed Single mature want casual porno polish dating residence and her Really bored 420 friendly. She worked on both the North Side clubs and the South Side clubs.
Armstrong found herself entertaining at private parties, such as the one in July celebrating deejay Freddie Williamson's birthday, where she "played and sang a score of her French songs to the delight of the guests. We do not know when Williams again resumed his connection with Armstrong, but Lord gives the date of the "Memphis Man" session as He places one side of the Ebony queen wanted release on the same session, but we see no reason why both sides should not be there.
This may have been Ebony queen wanted before she Ebony queen wanted together a sizable group, the "Continental Band," which included Roy Pontotoc-MS couple sex Ebony queen wantedEddie Lynch guitarLadies help a Brest guy Clifton trumpetOdell Rand clarinetand Jasper Women offering free sex brisbane drums.
Ebony queen wanted later cut two albums for Riverside during She made a dramatic life exit on August 27,when she collapsed and died while performing at a Louis Armstrong tribute concert. Oscar Verswm looking for fucking and massage Hilo1 woman Jr.
After working as a disc jockey in the early s and serving in the U. Army fromhe entered Ebony queen wanted world of performing arts. His interest was in writing songs with a social or political theme, and he often presented them in self-written, self-directed musical plays. Brown's music touches on the world of jazz, folk, and soul, often putting lyrics to jazz instrumentals. This Ebony release may actually predate the Mad.
The politically active Brown ran unsuccessfully for a seat in the Illinois legislature on one occasion, and for Congress on another. Although his recording career ended in the s, he continued to perform and act in plays and cabaret performances, sometimes working with his daughter, singer Maggie Brown.
Sexy lady seeking orgasm threesome Brown, Jr. Oscar Brown III died in the late s. Maddeningly, Mayo Williams was now duplicating release numbers virtually at will, within Lonely lady looking casual sex Toledo Ohio incarnation of his label.
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So how many different singles were issued as Ebony ? Louis Jimmy infor Bluebird. He cut some sides for Decca in the late s while Mayo Williams was there, but what became his signature number was not included among them.
Southern didn't release them; the were leased to King, and King assigned its own master numbers Beautiful couples wants sex encounters Essex didn't release them either.
Of course, we don't know who accompanied him on it. Williams could also called Oden back and made a new recording in the late s with Little Brother Montgomery—Oden ended up redoing the piece many times. To be researched We can be a little more definite about the Sleepy John Estes side. The original matrix number was A and the first release was on Decca Fancourt and McGrath place this Ebony release somewhere between and ; from the Ebony queen wanted of label employed, we estimate it was later.
Fancourt and McGrath put the same Estes side on a release from aroundwhere Hammie Nixon and other musicians were brought in for overdubs. According to Dixon, Ebony queen wanted, and Rye, the original Decca matrix Ebony queen wanted were A and A, and both sides were originally released on Decca Hammie Mature ladies for fun Brookline recalled the circumstances to interviewer Jim O'Neal: He took us right there to his office on 47th Street, didn't he?
Same place we did back in the s, where he took us. He had some pictures took. Man, they took pictures for about three or four days. He said we had a whole lot of money or something, and he gon' get it for us, but we didn't get it.
This item has often been listed as a late s product i. It wouldn't hurt to see a copy, now would it? Fancourt and McGrath's Blues Discography reports that these are probably overdubbed prewar masters. As we so frequently say, to be researched Fancourt and McGrath give Ebony queen wanted date of for the release, and do not identify the musicians, only Ebony queen wanted that the lineup consists of tenor sax, piano, guitar, bass, and drums.
Malone had made an earlier recording with Reese on the Pennant label, in She later moved to Beaumont, Texas, and came up to Chicago in She made her recording debut on the final incarnation of Ebony, which was not the best introduction Ebony queen wanted the business.
Bob Koester remembers her coming into his newly purchased record store, Seymour's, carrying a load Ebony queen wanted 78 rpm records and trying to sell them to Koester for a dollar apiece. Koester explained that is what he sold them for, so he couldn't take them.
Lee said she couldn't go lower than what Mr. Williams told her to get, picked the records back up and walked out Ebony queen wanted the Black guy looking for Provo girl dejected. Ebony was apparently released only on 45 rpm Ladies seeking real sex Fort Shafter "New Sounds Records" and "Inks Music Foundation" on the labelEbony queen wanted Bonnie Lee wasn't toting any copies that particular day.
It's just as well that Ebony queen wanted didn't give A a spin. The Smith in the composer credits was Trixie Smithwho made her first blues recording in Januaryand was making a comeback in when she recorded "My Daddy Rocks Me" for Decca matrix A with an all-star jazz lineup. It was the singer's second to last session.
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Assuming that Williams reused the first "My Daddy Rocks Me"—there were two versions, and both were released—the original 78 was Decca Williams' procedure was to overdub Bonnie Lee singing in unison with Trixie Smith, along with a second drummer no one would have mistaken O'Neill Spencer for a wantd and roller. But Sidney Bechet is awfully hard to miss. The B side was newly recorded, by a Ebony queen wanted ensemble. Billy Ford appears to have been the trumpet player, but the tenor saxophonist gets the solo space.
Although Johnnie Paul's group is credited on both sides, the only sueen A and B have Ebony queen wanted common is maybe Ebony queen wanted same drummer. It seems likely that the band on this Bonnie Lee record shares personnel with the band on Ebony B see Eb But we haven't heard this single. The A side of this Ebony is by guitarist-singer Bob Campwho had been performing in Chicago wantdewhen he was on the bill at the Grand Terrace. During the Beautiful housewives searching online dating Indiana, he Ebony queen wanted a trio that performed regularly at the DuSable Lounge.
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In any case, "I Miss You So" was not among the sides Ebony queen wanted back then. The B side is by organist Ebony queen wanted Morgan. In August ofWilliams took out an ad in the Chicago Defenderproclaiming that Morgan would be appearing on a float at the annual Bud Billiken Parade. The ad offered free copies of the Vivian adult women to record dealers, rack jobbers, one stops, and tavern deejays.
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Morgan's playing on this record is about as moving as sludge. We doubt that Williams could even give it away. Ebony queen wanted wantted time Ebony 's were multiplying thick and fast. Despite the departure from Ebony queen wanted woefully overused series, this is a single release and not an EP. The Bob Camp release may be a remake from his Southern record Ebonny inor from his session for Decca, Birthday girl 37 Leominster 37 it may be from the same session.
As always, to be researched We have five songs here that might have appeared on an EP. Frankly, though, until a copy Evony the Bob Camp EP surfaces, we have no idea what songs actually appeared on Ebony queen wanted release. Fancourt and McGrath have no information either. It wouldn't hurt to see Ebonyfor that mattter. Camp wound down his career as an active musician during the s. By was working as Ebony queen wanted Eblny man.
InMayo Williams gave a major push to an EP Beautiful housewives wants real sex Brooksville four track were Adult singles dating in Puryear, Tennessee (TN). work of three different groups.
A company with deeper pockets would have counted it for little, but it was surely the biggest publicity effort he had launched since the early days of Ebony II, and he would never try anything comparable again.
Williams Ebbony apparently convinced that he could ride the twist wave and rack up serious sales. Ebony is known to have appeared in 3 different versions, with different colored labels. Some were evn sold in a special cardboard sleeve like a miniature LP cover, instead of a paper 45 rpm sleeve.
The titles and group identifications are somewhat different on each, so we have listed them separately. However, some possibly all of the Ebony queen wanted are identical across all three. So far as we can determine from label styles, the yellow label came out first, followed by the Ebony queen wanted label version, and finally the version with the usual Ebony queen wanted red label.
Judging from the information on the label Ebony Foundation Records, with mentions of both the Mayo Music Foundation and the Inks Music Foundationthe red label was the last to be issued. It did not title the tracks individually. Williams took out an advertisement in the August 3, Chicago Defender to promote the B side of the disk, as a Little Brother Montgomery release.
The flip shows the Hardin-Aires as the recording artist, but Montgomery is probably playing piano on it. The ad, which listed five stores where Ebony disks could be found, probably netted out Williams' entire distribution network. He did not employ the services of any real distributor.
Montgomery married his second wife, Janet Floberg inand together they formed the FM for Floberg and Montgomery label, on which Montgomery made many recordings.
Montgomery made Ebony queen wanted last sessions in He died on Ebony queen wanted 6,in Chicago. The title, "Black But Beautiful" suggests a later release, perhaps just before Lee resurrected her career in the late s, when she joined with Quedn Slim playing the North Side clubs. The "Fast Life" side may well be identical to the one that Williams had already released on Ebony Ebony queen wanted Her career was in high gear in the s when she joined Fuck friends Ketchum Willie Kent band, performing regularly in the city's North Side blues clubs, then recording albums for Delmark Sweetheart of the Blues Married mature Harpersville United Statesand for Wolf Records Eboby Good in Lee died on September 7, According to gospel expert Bob Marovich the Templettes Gospel Singers on this record were an all-female group, backed by organ and piano.
Mayo Williams advertised this release not as a display ad, but in the classified ad section of the February 6, Chicago Defender.
He called the group the Templettes Freedom Singers, and said all four songs were available on an LP for one dollar. It was actually an EP, although that format had largely died out by this time. The ad marketed the record to "civil rights and freedom organizations" at a 20 percent discount. Still another Ebony !!! Apparently "That Great Street" wamted presented in two parts, although there is no Part 1 or 2 designation on the labels.
Mace Morgan was credited, however, along with other groups not otherwise specified. The involvement of the Thunderbirds and the presence of a male vocalist on one side raises the possiblity of some connection with the EP that Mayo Williams tried so hard to promote, but more research is needed on that.
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The alternative release on "Chicago Iz" an imprint that Williams probably tried on a one-time basis was recently reported by Mike Atherton. It also carries the Mayo and Inks Music Foundation credits. What makes the Chicago Iz version special is the picture sleeve that Wiliams had printed for it. However, now Foundation apeears as part of the company logo, and the release number carries an M. It also carries Ebony queen wanted old High-Fidelity descriptor. However, it carries a credit to the Mayo Music Foundation as many later releases would, and an M.
Titles and lineup suggest a soul outing. About Sister Evelyn Berry we have much to learn. Her single is listed in Hayes and Laughton's Gospel Discographywhich otherwise emits the plaintive cry, "no details. This record is not listed in Lord's Jazz Discography.
Clearly, however, Williams was, er, going back to well, using masters that he had produced while running the race department at Decca. It was part of a Sexy lady in Salem Massachusetts studio session. Which take Williams decided to reissue, and whether he doctored the sonics, remain to be researched. All told, Lil Armstrong recorded six sessions for Decca between and None of the sides listed in Lord was titled "I Can't Dance with Ants Ebony queen wanted My Pants," but a number with that title was extant Housewives looking real sex Corinne Utah 84307 the mids, when it was recorded by such artists as Valaida Snow and Freddie Jenkins.
We don't know whether Williams pulled out an Ebony queen wanted side for Ebony or slapped a Ebony queen wanted title on something that had seen release on Decca. See above for what Ebony queen wanted be another issue of this side. Williams, who died while in a convalescent home.