Younger brother of Jerry Butler, Billy Butler wasn’t almost as well referred to as his sibling, but recorded some okay Chicago soul in the ’60s. Documenting for OKeh under maker Carl Davis, Butler’s middle-’60s singles had been quite just like labelmates Main Lance’s and (much less certainly) Curtis Mayfield’s as stellar types of the best top features of the Chicago spirit sound. Just like Motown in its complete, brassy creation, the Chicago brand was earthier, with more powerful tinges of gospel, doo wop, and Latin affects. Nor was Butler terribly just like his sibling, Jerry, having a punchier, even more up-tempo audio. With support group the Enchanters, Billy documented consistently good singles for OKeh from 1963 to 1966, rating R&B strikes with “I CANNOT Work NO MORE” (1965) and “Best Monitor” (1966). Butler remaining OKeh after 1966 and documented for a number of brands, denting the R&B graphs using the singles “Can get on the Run after” (1969) and “Totally free Yourself” (1971). A songwriter of take note, he contributed materials to fellow Chicago spirit greats Main Lance, Gene Chandler, and his sibling, Jerry.