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FRANKIE LEE SIMS LUCIE MAE BLUES Label Specialty Released: 1970 Format:[email protected]
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FRANKIE LEE SIMS LUCIE MAE BLUES
A traditionalist who was a staunch member of the Texas country blues movement of the late '40s and early '50s (along with the likes of his cousin Lightnin' Hopkins, Lil' Son Jackson, and Smokey Hogg), guitarist Frankie Lee Sims developed a twangy, ringing electric guitar style that was irresistible on fast numbers and stung hard on the downbeat stuff.
Sims picked up a guitar when he was 12 years old. By then, he had left his native New Orleans for Marshall, TX. After World War II ended, he played local dances and clubs around Dallas and crossed paths with T-Bone Walker. Sims cut his first 78s for Herb Rippa's Blue Bonnet Records in 1948 in Dallas, but didn't taste anything resembling regional success until 1953, when his bouncy "Lucy Mae Blues" did well down south.
The guitarist recorded fairly prolifically for Los Angeles-based Specialty into 1954, then switched to Johnny Vincent's Ace label (and its Vin subsidiary) in 1957.
Sims mostly missed out on the folk-blues revival of the early '60s that his cousin Lightnin' Hopkins cashed in on . When he died at age 53 in Dallas of pneumonia, Sims was reportedly in trouble with the law due to a shooting incident and had been dogged by drinking problems. ~ Bill Dahl, All Music Guide
This contains Frankie Lee Sims' complete Specialty output, recorded 1953-1954.
Personnel: Frankie Lee Sims vocals gtr, Hubert Washington (drums).
1.Lucy Mae Blues
2.Don't Take It Out on Me
4.Wine and Gin Bounce - (previously unreleased)
5.Boogie 'Cross the Country
6.Jelly Roll Baker
7.I'm So Glad
9.Raggedy and Dirty
11.No Good Woman - (previously unreleased)
12.Walking Boogie (Take 4) - (previously unreleased, Take 4)
14.Cryin' Won't Help You
15.I Done Talked and I Done Talked
16.Lucy Mae Blues, Pt. 2
17.Rhumba My Boogie
18.I'll Get Along Somehow
19.Hawk Shuffle - (previously unreleased)
20.Frankie Lee's 2 O'Clock Jump - (previously unreleased)
All songs written by Frankie Lee Sims.