It's a safe assumption that J.B. Lenoir didn't work on President Dwight D. Eisenhower's reelection campaign. The Chicago blues guitarist's 1954 diatribe "Eisenhower Blues" left no doubt as to where he stood politically, and while it may not have precipitated a threatening response from Uncle Sam for Parrot Records owner Al Benson as legend had it, it's message should have rallied poor folks from Chicago's South Side all the way to the Mississippi Delta. Instead, it simply took it's rightful place as a postwar urban blues classic. Lenoir didn't have a national hit until he moved to Chicago's Parrot label ("Eisenhower Blues" was done at his first date in March of 1954), striking pay dirt in mid-1955 with a boogieing "Mama, Talk to Your Daughter," which remains an often covered blues classic. Newly re-mastered. [Note: This product is an authorized, licensed CD-R and is manufactured on demand]This is a new, unopened CD in its original packaging.
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