Barry A. Young

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Narrator: Barry A. Young

Interviewer: Morris (Dino) Robinson

 

Transcriptionist: Audio Transcription Center

Subject-LOC: African Americans — United States — Evanston — Illinois — History 1960-2000 — Housing — Music — Recreation — Segregation — Social Conditions 1964-1975, 1975- —Suburban African Americans — Civil Rights —

Subject-IDA: African Americans Local History Oral History Domestic/Community/Social Life Music

Description: Barry Young is a musician and part of a singing group known as The Hands of Time. Barry shares his experience as a musician an life in Evanston. The second recording focuses on his groups effort to organize and sponsor the Ms. Black Evanston Pagent

Date Original: September 24, 2014

Coverage Geographic: 408101|Evanston|Populated Place|IL|17|Cook|031|420228N|0874124W|42.0411414|-87.6900587|||||187|614|
Evanston|01/15/1980|03/20/2008

Coverage Temporal: 1960s - 1970s

Type: Sound

Collection Publisher: Shorefront Legacy Center

Rights Management: Shorefront and the Shorefront Legacy Center is providing access to these recorded and transcribed materials for noncommercial purposes such as education and research. Responsibility for making an independent legal assessment of an item and securing any necessary permissions ultimately rests with persons desiring to use the item. All rights to recordings and transcripts belong to Shorefront and the Shorefront Legacy Center. Interviewees have each signed a release allowing use of the recordings as described above. Researchers or others who would like to make further use of these collection materials should contact Shorefront for assistance. Cited credit should read” “Shorefront Legacy Center oral history collection”.

Carlton Black

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Narrator: Carlton Alvin Black

Interviewer: Morris (Dino) Robinson

 

Transcriptionist: Audio Transcription Center

Subject-LOC: African Americans — United States — Evanston — Illinois — History 1960-2000 — Housing — Music — Recreation — Segregation — Social Conditions 1964-1975, 1975- —Suburban African Americans — Civil Rights —

Subject-IDA: African Americans Local History Oral History Domestic/Community/Social Life Music

Description: Carlton Black was an Evanston resident and a professional musician. He was part of a group called the Duvals and the Naturals. There were several 45’s produced with one song that was a modest hit in Chicago called “The Cotton”. Black penned the song “Tell Him” for the Evanston group, Drew-vells of which Patti Drew was the lead. “Tell Him” was one of the songs in the movie “The Butler” (2013).

Date Original: September 12, 2008

Coverage Geographic: 408101|Evanston|Populated Place|IL|17|Cook|031|420228N|0874124W|42.0411414|-87.6900587|||||187|614|
Evanston|01/15/1980|03/20/2008

Coverage Temporal: 1940s - 2000s

Type: Sound

Collection Publisher: Shorefront Legacy Center

Rights Management: Shorefront and the Shorefront Legacy Center is providing access to these recorded and transcribed materials for noncommercial purposes such as education and research. Responsibility for making an independent legal assessment of an item and securing any necessary permissions ultimately rests with persons desiring to use the item. All rights to recordings and transcripts belong to Shorefront and the Shorefront Legacy Center. Interviewees have each signed a release allowing use of the recordings as described above. Researchers or others who would like to make further use of these collection materials should contact Shorefront for assistance. Cited credit should read” “Shorefront Legacy Center oral history collection”.

Kay Davis

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Narrator: Katherine McDonald Davis Wimp

Interviewer: Morris (Dino) Robinson

 

Transcriptionist: Audio Transcription Center

Subject-LOC: African Americans — United States — Evanston — Illinois — History 1960-2000 — Housing — Music — Recreation — Segregation — Social Conditions 1964-1975, 1975- —Suburban African Americans — Civil Rights —

Subject-IDA: African Americans Local History Oral History Domestic/Community/Social Life Women Music

Description: Katherine McDonald Davis Wimp was a third generation resident of Evanston, her grandfather migrating from Davenport, Iowa. Born in Evanston at Community Hospital, she was raised in Bushnell, IL before returning to Evanston upon entering High School and later, Northwestern’s music school. Her stage name was Kay Davis who was a vocalist for Duke Ellington for seven years and performed “On Turquois Cloud”, “Minnihaha”, “Brown Penny” and on “Nothing But the Blues”. She performed at Carnegie Hall. After retiring from music, she remarried, and started a catering business. Davis appeared in Shorefront Journal, Vol 7, No 3, 2006 written by Carrie Brown.

Date Original: January 28, 2001

Coverage Geographic: 408101|Evanston|Populated Place|IL|17|Cook|031|420228N|0874124W|42.0411414|-87.6900587|||||187|614|
Evanston|01/15/1980|03/20/2008

Coverage Temporal: 1950s - 1990s

Type: Sound

Collection Publisher: Shorefront Legacy Center

Rights Management: Shorefront and the Shorefront Legacy Center is providing access to these recorded and transcribed materials for noncommercial purposes such as education and research. Responsibility for making an independent legal assessment of an item and securing any necessary permissions ultimately rests with persons desiring to use the item. All rights to recordings and transcripts belong to Shorefront and the Shorefront Legacy Center. Interviewees have each signed a release allowing use of the recordings as described above. Researchers or others who would like to make further use of these collection materials should contact Shorefront for assistance. Cited credit should read” “Shorefront Legacy Center oral history collection”.

Patti Drew

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Narrator: Patricia Drew

Interviewer: Morris (Dino) Robinson

 

Transcriptionist: Audio Transcription Center

Subject-LOC: African Americans — United States — Evanston — Illinois — History 1960-2000 — Housing — Music — Recreation — Segregation — Social Conditions 1964-1975, 1975- —Suburban African Americans — Civil Rights —

Subject-IDA: African Americans Local History Oral History Domestic/Community/Social Life Women

Description: Patricia (Patti) Drew was an American singer, originally part of the singing group, the Drew Vels, the female counterpart to the male group, the DuVals. “Tell Him” was their first hit, written by Carlton Black of the DuVals. Patti later signed a record deal with Capitol Records as a solo act, though on many songs, her sisters from the Drew Vels sang background. On one song, background was vocalist Fontella Bass who later went on to her own fame. Patti retired after her several albums and multiple 45s. An archive of Patti Drew resides at the Shorefront Legacy Center. Shorefront Journal Vol 4, No 3

Date Original: January 20, 2000

Coverage Geographic: 408101|Evanston|Populated Place|IL|17|Cook|031|420228N|0874124W|42.0411414|-87.6900587|||||187|614|
Evanston|01/15/1980|03/20/2008

Coverage Temporal: 1950s - 1990s

Type: Sound

Collection Publisher: Shorefront Legacy Center

Rights Management: Shorefront and the Shorefront Legacy Center is providing access to these recorded and transcribed materials for noncommercial purposes such as education and research. Responsibility for making an independent legal assessment of an item and securing any necessary permissions ultimately rests with persons desiring to use the item. All rights to recordings and transcripts belong to Shorefront and the Shorefront Legacy Center. Interviewees have each signed a release allowing use of the recordings as described above. Researchers or others who would like to make further use of these collection materials should contact Shorefront for assistance. Cited credit should read” “Shorefront Legacy Center oral history collection”.