LITTLE ED AND THE SOUNDMASTERS
S/T (3X7" BOX SET + BOOKLET)
3 X 7" (numero group)
Chicago's only blues-funk family band with an eightyear-old drummer finally gets their due in this cool 3x45 box set. Stationed on Chicago's west side, between 1965-1972 the Fisher brothers worked their act at any club that was willing to bend the city's stiff liquor laws. Three 45s were cut for their homespun Fised and Fished labels, with the third
featuring the first known recordings of notorious bluesman Johnny Dollar. Chock full of photos stripped from family photo albums, the 12 page booklet tells the complete Soundmaster story, from their earliest days backing J.B. Hutto to Little Ed's final snare cracks for Southside Movement. Housed in a tipped-on 7" box, the set sets a new standard for funk 45s.
"Stuggling For Survival" B/W "Its A Dream"
"The Ghetto Grind" B/W "Petite Soul"
"Your Love Has Got Me" B/W "Your Love Has Got Me (Inst.)".
Box set de tres singles con todas las grabaciones de esta banda de Chicago, cuyo batería tenía ocho añazos. Incluye sus 7"'s para Spun y Fished y viene con un libreto de once páginas.