J.B. Lenoir

By Chris Morris

 

         There were two sides to Chicago bluesman J.B. Lenoir. On the one hand, he was a blues entertainer. For years, the vocalist-guitarist plied his trade in the Windy City clubs and bars, decked out in a zebra-striped tuxedo, singing in his distinctively high, piping voice, playing a boogie style he called “the African hunch rhythm.” He also wrote such popular standards as “Mamma Talk to Your Daughter” (his only hit, performed by such contemporaries as Magic Sam) and, with bassist-songwriter Willie Dixon,... Read More

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