Walter “Simtec” Simmons and Wylie Dixon, an explosive Sam & Dave-ish work, had a couple of soul strikes in the past due ’60s and early ’70s while Simtec & Wylie. Though thrilling live, the duo under no circumstances hit the graphs as large as Gene Chandler’s additional duo finding, Mel & Tim (“Backfield in Movement”), nonetheless it wasn’t due to lack of work. Simtec was created in Chicago (created Dec 23, 1944) but shifted to Orrville, AL, when he was six (he went to Rocky Branch Elementary and Keith Large), but came back south part of Chicago at 14 and finished his schooling at Bowen Large. He also researched accounting and tax regulation at Loop Junior University. A South part Chicago group, the Vermaharms, was Simtec’s springboard into music. Besides him, the people were Wayne Bingham, Mathews Whitfield, and Mel Tucker. Following the group disbanded, guitarist Simtec , and his sibling, bassist Ronald, who takes on bass, captured the ears of Chicago DJ Natural herb “Kool Gent” Kent, who asked the siblings to place some music to a tempo emanating from your tempo machine Kent was playing at an archive shop. The effect was “T-Box,” an area strike that prompted Simtec to make a music group and name it following the record: Simtec Simmons & the T-Boxes. The T-Boxes became the support music group for Simtec & Wylie, who cut their 1st record “Socking Spirit Power” (tones of James Dark brown) under that name in 1969 on Toddlin’ City Records. Two produces for Shama Information in 1970, “GET IT DONE Like Mama” and “Gimme A few of EVERYTHING YOU Got,” adopted. Wylie Dixon was a gospel-based vocalist who caused Sonny Thompson at Ruler Records using the Big Tires, a secular group comprising himself, Wayne Carr, Bobby Pointer, and Robert Goley. Dixon offers sadly exceeded and little is well known about his upbringing. He frequently collaborated using the Simmons brothers on tunes. Simtec & Wylie loved their most well-known recordings in 1971 on Mr. Chand: “Gotta OVERCOME the Hump” and “Bootleggin’.” Those tunes prompted the discharge of their just album, Gotta OVERCOME the Hump, which noticed daylight on Mr. Chand. “Mix That Bridge” b/w “What’s Great for you” (1973) doesn’t show up on the recording, nor execute a handful of B-sides. They recut “Gimme A few of EVERYTHING YOU Got” b/w “Put a supplementary Plus inside your Like,” and Atlantic Information released it being a 12″. Simtec created various other acts during this time period, including the young lady group Krystal Era, who toured using the Simtec & Wylie Revue. He also added, along with Dixon and Ronald Simmons, to Gene Chandler and Jerry Butler’s One and One record. An achieved songwriter, Simtec provides 50 game titles cleared with B.M.We. In 1975, Simtec proceeded to go single with “Categorized Crazy Guy”/”VARIOUS OTHER Period” on Creativity 2. In 1977, he cut a self-titled record on AVI Information that’s difficult to find. Simtec afterwards became involved with property and went Supreme Realty in Chicago.