The lustrous Chicago blues scene of the 1950s was predominated by great pianists, and Henry Gray was one of the finest. His rolling two-fisted keyboard work graced countless Chicago blues recordings during the '50s, and Henry spent twelve years as pianist for the legendary Howlin' Wolf. This session, recorded in 1988, marked something of a comeback for Henry who had recorded only sporadically in the previous two decades.
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