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

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  1. Little Mack Simmons albums This is Blues Harmonica at it's very best The 19 track collection includes 4 members of the Muddy Waters Blues Band. Special guests include Pinetop Perkins, bassist Bob Stroger and guitar legends Mel Brown, Rusty Zinn, Jack de Keyzer, and Billy Flynn.
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  3. Little Mack Simmons (January 25, — October 24, ) was an African-American Chicago blues harmonica player, singer and songwriter. Malcolm Simmons was born in Twist, Arkansas. In his youth he befriended James Cotton, and they grew up learning to play the harmonica. Simmons relocated to St. Louis, Missouri, at the age of 18 and worked on.
  4. Little Mack A: Come Back B: My Walking Blues: C. J. USA: Apr 7" 2: Little Mack A: Goose Walk B: Hard Times: Dud Sound USA: 7" 7: Little Mack Simmons A: You Got To Help Me B: Mother-In-Law Blues: Dud Sound USA: 7" 1: Little Mack Simmons A: Never Leave My Homework Undone B: Giving Me A Hard Time: Dud Sound USA.
  5. Get this from a library! Little Mack Simmons: the PM/Simmons collection, [Mack Simmons; Arelean Brown; Lee Shot Williams; Fenton Robinson; Simmons Sound .
  6. This The PM/Simmons Collection album was released in and featured titles like Rainy Night in Georgia from Little Mack Simmons. Year: # Song Artist Duration; Rainy Night in Georgia. Little Mack Simmons, Outhouse Band: Share your thoughts about the The PM/Simmons Collection album with the community: Citation Use the citation.
  7. In the late s and early s Simmons recorded several more obscure singles, often simply billed as Little Mack (or Mac). He owned and managed the Zodiac Lounge, in Chicago, from the mid- to late s, providing opportunities for other artists. He also owned a recording studio and recorded on his own labels, PM Records and Simmons Records.
  8. Oct 24,  · Find Little Mack Simmons credit information on AllMusic. b. 25 January , Twist, Arkansas, USA, d. 24 October , Chicago, Illinois, USA.
  9. "Little Mack Simmons (January 25, — October 24, ) was an African American, Chicago blues harmonica player, singer and songwriter. Malcolm Simmons was born in Twist, Arkansas. In his youth he befriended James Cotton, and they grew up learning to play the harmonica.

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