He may never have been seeing that prolific or celebrated seeing that his sibling Brownie, but guitarist Stay McGhee cut some very nice boozy blues and R&B from 1947 to 1960 — like the immortal “Drinkin’ Wines Spo-Dee-O-Dee” (a melody that Jerry Lee Lewis, for just one, found on early in lifestyle and has revived often since). Little Granville McGhee gained his nickname by pressing his polio-stricken old sibling Brownie through the roads of Kingsport, TN, on the cart that he propelled using a stay. McGhee was motivated to pencil “Drinkin’ Wines” while in Military training during World Battle II; it had been evidently a ribald armed forces chant the fact that McGhees washed up for open public consumption down the road. McGhee’s first documented version from the tune for J. Mayo Williams’s Harlem logo design made small impression in 1947, but a rollicking 1949 remake for Atlantic (as Stay McGhee & His Buddies) demonstrated an enormous R&B strike (sibling Brownie chiming in on electric guitar and tranquility vocal). The tune provides attracted countless addresses over time — everyone from Jerry Lee Lewis and Johnny Burnette to Wynonie Harris and Larry Dale provides used a sip out of this particular wines flask. After yet another smash for Atlantic, 1951’s “Tennessee Waltz Blues,” McGhee shifted along to Essex, Ruler (where he waxed even more great booze amounts from 1953 to 1955 — “Whiskey Females and Packed Dice,” “Mind Happy With Wines,” “Jungle Juice,” “6 to 8,” “Two times Crossin’ Liquor”), Savoy, and Herald, where he produced his last 45 in 1960 before lung malignancy slice him down the next year.