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Ronnie Barron

Bon Ton Roulette

FEnton Robinson

Born in 1935 in Greenwood, Mississippi, Fenton Robinson migrated to Memphis at age 18 and recorded “Tennessee Woman” and “As The Years Go Passing By”. His signature tune “Somebody Loan Me A Dime” was recorded in Chicago in 1967, and Fenton remained there until his death from brain cancer in 1997. His distinctive guitar style merged single note blues and snatches of jazz phrasing reminiscent of masters like Kenny Burrell and Wes Montgomery. His high pitched, sweet and smooth vocal style also contributed to his being described as “the mellow genius of the blues”. Please check out the great horn parts and piano,  provided by Bill Heid, who also shines on Mambo Sauce Episode #3 “Ann Arbor’s Finest” appearing with Steve Nardella.

Written by Thomas Moore

Somebody Loan Me A Dime


Released: 1974

Label: Alligator Records.
Country: US


I Hear Some Blues Downstairs


Released: 1977

Label: Alligator Records
Country: US