Robert Jr. Lockwood interview excerpt

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Part of my interview with Robert Jr. Lockwood. He starts out talking about working with B.B. King in the 1940s and "teaching him his time", leaving Chicago for Cleveland in the 1960s, and other subjects. The pay off is at the end, when he performs "Exactly Like You".


§hehee Fantastic Thank you
By kate7o2 4 years ago
That performance of "Exactly Like You" is great!

I always heard jazz inflicted material when I heard Robert but I'd never really heard him play a straight jazz tune, thanks again!
By Calvin Smith 7 years ago
Luckily for me I live in Cleveland, I got to see Robert play twice and spoke with him for a while. What a great man. R.I.P.
By Calvin Smith 7 years ago