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  1. ‎When it comes to blues, Chicago's strictly a guitar and harmonica town. Saxophonists who make a living leading a blues band in the Windy City are scarce as hen's teeth. But Eddie Shaw did precisely that after his longtime boss, Howlin' Wolf, died in The powerfully constructed tenor saxist rubb. Available with an Apple Music subscription.
  2. Biography. Shaw was born in Stringtown, Mississippi. In his teenage years, Shaw played tenor saxophone with local blues musicians, such as Little Milton and Willie Love. At the age of 14, he played in a jam session in Greenville, Mississippi, with Ike Turner's band. At a gig in Itta Bena, Mississippi, when the then year-old Shaw performed, Muddy Waters invited him to join his Chicago-based.
  3. Horn players don't tend to be front men in the blues, but Eddie Shaw has led his own groups Club, Eddie's Place, Blues for the West Side, Bill Chase’s virtuosic nine-piece band.
  4. Shaw also ran a laundry business, an air conditioning service and blues clubs on the West Side. After Wolf died in , Shaw took over the band, with Hubert Sumlin on guitar, and initiated a .
  5. Eddie Shaw & Band‎– Riding High / Blues For The West Side. Label: Colt‎– Format: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM. Country: US. Released: /5(2).
  6. Amazon Music Unlimited HD Prime Music CDs & Vinyl Download Store Open Web Player MP3 cart Settings > Eddie Shaw Artist Overview Albums Eddie Shaw / Blues For The West Side by Eddie Shaw on Chicago Blues Volume 1. Listen Now $ In MP3 cart View MP3 Cart It's Alright.
  7. Eddie Shaw And Band - "Riding High/Blues For The West Side" Colt M- Obscure Chicago Blues Instrumentals MB $ Chico Shepherd And The Dee-Jays - "You Actin' Funny Honey/Gonna Love You Madly" After Hours • M- The label that gave you the Vibranaires, The Vibes and The Swallows released this SUPER RARE BLUES 45! Only the second.
  8. Feb 18,  · Eddie Shaw: Blues For The West Side: Chicago Blues from C.J. Records: Shaw was one of the few successful saxophonists to build an enduring career leading a blues band. Most famous saxophonists have often been jazz musicians, or the honking sax players in the the early post-war era like Big Jay McNeely and Joe Houston and while R&B bands.

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