The Bystanders

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Released on Chess through their arrangements with British label Pye, The Bystanders were a pop group from South Wales who had a number of releases and regular radio spots on the BBC. The group reformed in 1969 as the rock group Man. The exact lineup on this recording is unknown: can anyone help, please?

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Albert King and Otis Rush – Door to Door

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Track listing: Searchin’ For A Woman – Albert King | Bad Luck Blues – Albert King | So Close – Otis Rush | Callin’ For My Darlin’ – Albert King | I Can’t Stop – Otis Rush | Won’t Be Hangin’ Around – Albert King | I’m Satisfied – Otis Rush | All Your Love – Otis Rush | You Know My Love – Otis Rush | Merry Way – Albert King | Wild Women – Albert King | Murder – Albert King | So Many Roads, So Many Trains – Otis Rush | California – Albert King

Willie Tell and The Overtures

The web site 45 Friday discovered that the two tracks on Chess 2086 – Soul Rangers/Kickball by Willie Tell and The Overtures were originally issued on another label, Marquee 2061, from Detroit. It is thought that the group are the same session musicians who play on the few recordings issued on Marquee. The names credited on the label are R. Dunson, D. Warren, E. Fountaine and C. Cisco (Carl Cisco). Precise details are unknown: can anyone assist, please?

Sherrill Roecker

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Sherrill Weiss (Sherrill Roecker) of New Jersey near Philadelphia was born in 1942 and died in 2004.

Her father was the light classical singer Eddie Roecker (1910-1975), a veteran of Broadway, radio and television as well as recordings.

Sherrill married lawyer Allan Joseph Weiss and they lived in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Her one Argo recording was licenced from Swan Records of Philadelphia.

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Billy Bland

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Billy Bland on St. Lawrence records is understood to be R&B singer Billy Bland, who was born on 5 April 1932 and sadly died on 22 March 2017. He was the youngest of 19 children and began singing in 1947 in New York. By 1950 he was a member of a vocal group called The Bees. His best known record was “Let the little girl dance” which he recorded in 1960.