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J B Hutto was into flashy suits, ear-splitting slide-guitar and passionate live performance designed to stir your soul, making every JB gig an emotional event. He recorded some songs for the 1966 album ‘Masters of the Modern Blues’ with backing from Shakey Horton and Fred Below, and then contributed several more to the ‘Chicago/The Blues/Today’ series. New audiences began to open up for Blues players as British rock bands came to America to explore the roots of their music. Exploiting this new interest, JB worked up an exciting stage show, with ideas like shiny suits and long guitar leads borrowed from Guitar Slim, and blistering slide-guitar licks crackling from his fingers

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B. Hutto (April 26, 1926 – June 12, 1983) was an American blues musician. He was influenced by Elmore James and became known for his slide guitar playing and declamatory style of singing. He was inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame two years after his death. Joseph Benjamin Hutto was born in Blackville, South Carolina, the fifth of seven children. His family moved to Augusta, Georgia, when he was three years old. His father, Calvin, was a preacher.

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A1 Things Are So Slow 3:00
A2 Blow Wind Blow
Written-By – Morganfield*
A3 Chicago Boogie 4:15
A4 Blues For Fonessa 4:55
A5 My Kind Of Woman 3:40
B1 Why I Sing The Blues
Written-By – King*, Clark*
B2 How Many More Years
Written-By – Burnett*
B3 Stranger Blues 4:15
B4 Call It Stromy Monday
Written-By – Walker*
B5 Goodnight Boogie 1:45

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  • Mixed At – Metronome Studio, Stockholm


  • Bass – Gunnar Rosengren
  • Drums – Stefan Sundlöf
  • Guitar – Anders Gutke (tracks: A1 to A5)
  • Mixed By – Lasse Holmberg
  • Producer – Hans Andréasson*, J.B. Hutto, Jörgen Adolfsson
  • Vocals, Guitar – J.B. Hutto
  • Written-By – Hutto* (tracks: A1, A3 to A5, B3, B5)


Recorded In Stockholm, Sweden February 26 - 27, 1976
Release Notes In Swedish

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LDA 20 261, LDA. 20.261 J.B. Hutto Blues For Fonessa ‎(LP, Album) Swing , Swing LDA 20 261, LDA. 20.261 France 1976
  • Talvinl
Swing LDS. 20.261 1976 Distribution VOGUE P.I.P. cover printed in France, assumption is that label is French.
  • Forey
I have a different release which I will submit to discogs. different label, different cover, European.