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    Morris Jennings is an American drummer from Chicago. He has played with many blues, jazz and other musicians. He played on famous albums such as "Electric Mud" by Muddy Water, "The Howlin' Wolf Album" by Howlin' Wolf, and "Super Fly" by Curtis Mayfield.

    He has played and recorded with with Roy Buchanan, Terry Callier (six albums), Tyrone Davis (nine albums), The Dells, Woody Herman, Ramsey Lewis (twelve albums), Curtis Mayfield, Inez Andrews, Ben Branch, Odell Brown, Oscar Brown Jr., Milton Brunson, Peabo Bryson, Jerry Butler, Champaign, The Chi-Lites, Otis Clay, Linda Clifford, Jessy Dixon, Charles Earland, Cleveland Eaton, Eddie Harris, Donny Hathaway, Donny Hathaway, Loleatta Holloway, Howlin' Wolf, Melvin Jackson, Syl Johnson, John Klemmer, The Manhattans, Brother Jack McDuff, Barry Melton, Gatemouth Moore, Plush, Eugene Record, Rockie Robbins, Rotary Connection, Phil Upchurch, Muddy Waters, Kati Webster, Marvin Yancy, and others.

    This is Morris playing "I Just Want to Make Love to You" on the Muddy Waters album "Electric Mud" (1968). Phil Upchurch (gitar), Louis Satterfield (bass), Charles Stepney (organ).

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    This is Morris playing "Mac-Duffin'" on the album "Gin and Orange" by Jack McDuff (hammond organ), Phil Upchurch (bass).

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