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Here’s a song I think you might like, “Hide Away” with lyrics. This was recorded in Chicago in 1964, Mary Lane (vocals) with Henry Gray (piano), Morris Pejoe (guitar), possibly Robert “Huckleberry Hound” Wright (drums), others unknown (there’s a discussion in the comments about the bassist and more info in the description area of the video). Mary Lane is still alive and performing. She was the subject of a 2019 documentary, I Can Only Be Mary Lane.
Little Mary Lane, “You Don’t Want My Loving No More” and “I Always Want You Near” (1964)
Mary Lane, “I Wonder Why” from Mojo Mamas (2000), the guitarists are Johnny B. Moore and Rockin’ Johnny Burgin. She did the song again on her 2014 album, I Wonder (From Chicago’s West Side), a collection of live and studio recordings.
2019 interview and concert with Billy Branch, lots of names and histories.
A reissue album of guitarist Morris Pejoe’s 1950s records (and some unissueds) compiled with Arthur “Big Boy” Spires’ 1950s recordings.
Arthur “Big Boy” Spires, “Murmur Low” (also known as “Big Fat Mama”)
The two bold things are what I set out to post, just started adding… but they’re the core of it.
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