Harmonica – Shakey Horton Written By – W. Horton. A4. South Indiana (Take2). Harmonica – Shakey Horton Written By – W. Bass – Willie Guitar – Honey Boy Tenor Saxophone, Vocals – . BrownWritten By – . D2. Everyday I Have The Blues. Bass – Willie Guitar – Honey Boy Tenor Saxophone – . Written By – J. Spencer. Slide Guitar, Vocals – Jeremy Spencer (tracks: C1 to C4, D1 to D3). Notes. Record Label, Side A: South Indian (Take 2) shows 2:48, instead of 2:43.
Since the Peter Green-led Fleetwood Mac was so directly influenced by Chicago blues, the session acts as a kind of stylistic homecoming for the band. The following Windy City Blues legends were present at this single-day session: Otis Spann, David Honeyboy Edwards, Buddy Guy, Walter Shakey Horton, J. T. Brown, Willie Dixon and . Willie Dixon oversaw the proceedings, and can be heard during the between-song banter giving directions and chastising Walter Shakey Horton for missing his cues
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Home Blues Fleetwood Mac Fleetwood Mac – Blues Jam in Chicago 1969. Fleetwood Mac – Blues Jam in Chicago 1969. This set, recorded at Chess Record's Ter-Mar complex in Chicago, pairs Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac with some of the Windy City's blues legends including Willie Dixon, Otis Spann, Buddy Guy, and David "Honeyboy" Edwards. Put together on short notice, and recorded in one day, the sessions have something of a ramshackle feel, but the energy of the performances transcends any shortcomings on this date. Dixon oversaw the proceedings, and can be heard during the between-song banter giving directions and chastising Walter "Shakey" Horton for missing his cues.
This album was released on the label Blue Horizon (catalog number 763 219). This album was released in 1969 year. Vocals, Slide Guitar), Elmore James (Written-By), Walter Horton (Written-By), John McVie (Bass), . Leary (Drums), Danny Kirwan (Guitar), Peter Green (2) (Guitar), Otis Spann (Piano), Walter Horton (Vocals, Harmonica), Walter Horton (Written-By), John McVie (Bass), . Leary (Drums), Peter Green (2) (Guitar), Otis Spann (Piano), Danny Kirwan (Vocals, Guitar), James A. Lane (Written-By), Danny Kirwan (Written-By), John McVie (Bass), Mick Fleetwood (Drums), Peter Green (2) (Guitar), Otis Spann (Piano), Danny Kirwan (Vocals, Guitar), Danny Kirwan.
2004 remastered reissue of 1969 album featuring Otis Spann, Shakey Horton, Honeyboy Edwards, . Brown, Guitar Buddy, . Leary, & Willie Dixon, features 15 tracks including 3 bonus tracks, 'Red Hot Jam' (Take 1), 'Bobby's Rock', & 'Horton's Boogie Woogie' (Take 1). Includes expanded booklet with detailed notes & photos.
Fleetwood Mac in Chicago is an album by the rock band Fleetwood Mac. It was the result of a recording session in early 1969 at Chess Records in Chicago (home to Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, et a. with Fleetwood Mac, then a young British blues band, and a number of famous Chicago blues artists from whom they drew inspiration. The album has also been released under the titles Blues Jam at Chess. and Blues Jam in Chicago Volumes One and Tw.Fleetwood Mac in Chicago. Honey Boy Blues" (previously unreleased) (David Edwards) - 2:19. I Need Your Love" (take 1 - previously unreleased) (Jimmy Rogers) - 2:15. Horton's Boogie Woogie" (take 2 - previously unreleased) - 3:40. Walter "Shakey" Horton - harmonica. J. Brown - tenor saxophone. Willie Dixon - acoustic bass.
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