b. USA. Small biographical information is usually on blues harmonica participant and vocalist Jimmy Anderson, even though he documented as lately as the first 60s. It seems, nevertheless, that he was located in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA, and most of his information were designed for Jay Miller at his studio room in Crowley. His information were influenced, nearly to the idea of impersonation, by the favorite Chicago blues vocalist Jimmy Reed – using the same high-pitched harmonica breaks and nose whine in the vocals – but despite their derivative characteristics, they represent great blues having a modern, upbeat sound. A unitary, ‘I Wanna Boogie’/‘Angel Make sure you’, was released on Miller’s personal Zynn label in 1962 and loved some local achievement, and an additional three had been leased to Excello Information for wider distribution over another year or two. Nothing appears to have been noticed from him since that time.