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Johnny Fuller (April 20, 1929 – May 20, 1985) was an American West Coast and electric blues singer and guitarist. Fuller showed musical diversity, performing in several musical genres including rhythm and blues, gospel and rock and roll. His distinctive singing and guitar playing appeared on a number of 1950s San Francisco Bay Area recordings, although he ceased performing regularly by the late 1970s.He worked as an auto mechanic from 1968 to 1983. His best known recording, "Haunted House", was later covered with some success by Jumpin' Gene Simmons. His other better known tracks were "Crying Won't Make Me Stay", "All Night Long", "You Got Me Whistling" and "Johnny Ace's Last Letter." He is not to be confused with, nor was related to, the American blues musician, Jesse Fuller.
Fuller was born in Edwards, Mississippi, United States. He relocated with his family in 1945 to Vallejo, California. His musical styling often masked hi…


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Elzadie Robinson:Vocal
Shirley Clay:Cornet
Hartzell "Tiny" Parham:Piano
Recorded in Chicago, IL. c. September, 1926
Originally issued on the 1926 single (Paramount 12420) (78 RPM)
This recording taken from the 1977 album "Paramount Cornet Blues Rarities Chicago 1924-1927" (Herwin 111) (LP)

La  vocalista de blues de los años 1920 Elzadie Robinson procedía  de Shreveport, Luisiana, pero permaneció en Chicago, después de ir allí para grabar. Sus grabaciones abarcan 1926-29, y durante ese tiempo trabajó con varios pianistas como Bob Call, y su acompañante regular y compañero , nacido en su misma ciudad Shreveport  Will Ezell. Elzadie Robinson grabó principalmente para la etiqueta de Paramount, pero también grabaría  algunos temas  para Broadway bajo el pseudónimo de  Bernice Drake ------------------------------------…