Freddy Robinson

Genres: R&B / Soul
Tags: funk jazz blues Powered by AudioScrobbler
Decades: 2000s


Fred Leroy Robinson 24 February 1939, Memphis, Tennessee, USA. As ‘Fred Robertson’, he recorded with Little Walter (Jacobs) in the late 50s and by the early 60s he had become a noted guitarist in Chicago, where he recorded for the Queen Records, M-Pac/One-Der-Ful and Chess Records labels. After moving to Los Angeles around 1968, he maintained his links with producer/musician Milton Bland (aka Monk Higgins) and recorded in a jazz context for World Pacific in 1969 and as a blues and soul guitarist for Enterprise (the Stax Records subsidiary label) a few years later. He recorded as Freddy Robinson on these occasions. In 1977 he recorded for ICA, with whom he also worked as a session guitarist, writer and arranger, mostly in a soul vein. In the 80s he toured and recorded with Louis Myers.

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