From all accounts, George Butler was indeed a “wild child.” But he discovered time taken between the fresh shenanigans that motivated his mother to bestow his descriptive nickname to understand some harp essentials at age group 12. He was gigging skillfully being a bandleader with the past due ’50s, but Butler’s documenting profession didn’t blossom until he transferred to Chicago in 1966 and agreed upon with Shreveport, LA-based Jewel Information (his sidemen on these periods included bassist Willie Dixon and guitarist Jimmy Dawkins). The harpist didn’t possess much luck within the documenting wars: his 1969 Mercury recording sank with small track, while a 1976 LP for T.K., Funky Butt Enthusiast, did equally small for his fortunes (it had been later on reissued in somewhat altered type on Rooster Blues mainly because Lickin’ Gravy). Around 1981, Butler relocated up north to Ontario, Canada, and continuing his career. Ten years later, he slice the to begin two albums for English maker Mike Vernon; These Mean Aged Blues was an interesting set of initial material slice in London. Stranger, the fruits of another British session, surfaced in 1994.
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|All Tied Up||1993||Video performer: "THESE MEAN OLD BLUES", "THE DEVIL MADE ME DO IT" - as Wild Child Butler|
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