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Little Mack Simmons - The PM/Simmons Collection 1971-1982 (1999)

12-02-2015, 17:20
Music | Blues

Little Mack Simmons - The PM/Simmons Collection 1971-1982 (1999)

Artist: Little Mack Simmons
Title Of Album: The PM/Simmons Collection 1971-1982
Year Of Release: 1999
Genre: Chicago Blues
Label: Electro-Fi Records
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 61:51
Total Size: 161 Mb
Covers: Full

01. You've Got To Help Me (4:36)
02. You're So Fine (2:59)
03. I'm A Streaker Baby (3:55)
04. Next Time You See Me (2:39)
05. The Same One (4:40)
06. Key To The Highway (2:32)
07. Cryin' The Blues (Fenton Robinson) (2:50)
08. Mother-In-Law Blues (2:31)
09. Impeach Me (Arelean Brown) (4:06)
10. Messing With The Kid (3:37)
11. Mama Was Right (3:32)
12. Inflation Blues (2:10)
13. Chicken Man (3:01)
14. Rainy Night In Georgia (4:07)
15. Snap Your Fingers (3:33)
16. I'm Gonna Keep On Searching Till I Find Mine (Part 1) (2:56)
17. Skin Tight (3:24)
18. Blue Lite (4:34)

The stellar tracks included here from the P.M. and Simmons record labels appear on CD for the first time. They were recorded from 1971­1982 by Simmons at his studio on Chicago's South Side, and were originally released as 45s and LPs.

b. 25 January 1934, Twist, Arkansas, USA, d. 24 October 2000, Chicago, Illinois, USA. ‘Little’ Mack Simmons was one of the stalwarts of the Chicago club scene; he taught himself harmonica as a youngster and in the early 50s occasionally worked with bluesmen on the St. Louis, Missouri, club circuit, before settling in Chicago in 1954. Since the late 60s he recorded for many small local labels, and sometimes larger companies such as Checker. In 1967 he received a three-year prison sentence for a drugs offence. He ran his own label recording studio and club from time to time and recorded blues, gospel (he was known for a time as Reverend Mac Simmons) and soul. Among his artists were Otis Clay and Sunnyland Slim. His version of ‘Rainy Night In Georgia’, performed as a harmonica instrumental, was a local hit in the early 70s. He made a comeback in the 90s with a series of classic blues albums on the Electro-Fi label. Simmons lost his battle with cancer in October 2000.

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