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Call Me When You Need Me
Shakey Jake Harris & T-Bone Walker
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1962 American Folk Blues Fest
Shakey Jake Harris singes accompanied on guitar by T-Bone Walker during a performance on the 1962 American Folk Blues Festival tour.
The song "Call Me When You Need Me" was released as the A side of Shakey Jake's 1958 debut single backed with "Roll Your Moneymaker" on the Cobra label subsidiary, Artistic Records.
Magic Sam's stepson James Harris traveled to Europe as a participant in the 1962 American Folk Blues Festival tour. Known as "Shaky Jake" the singer, harmonica player, and gambler was given the nicknamed for his habit shooting dice. He continued to perform frequently with his guitarist stepfather around Chicago throughout the '60s.
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