Morris Jennings

born in in East St. Louis, IL, United States

died on 3/6/2016

Morris Jennings

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Morris Jennings discography
Studio albums 16

Morris Jennings is an American drummer and musician from Chicago. He has recorded under various names, including M. Jennings, Maurice Jennings, Morris "Gator" Jennings, and Morris Jennings, Jr.

Morris is best known for having played drums on the Electric Mud album by Muddy Waters and the 1969 album The Howlin' Wolf Album by blues legend Howlin' Wolf.[1]


With Odell Brown

  • Free Delivery (Chess, 1970)

With Peabo Bryson

  • Reaching for the Sky (Capitol, 1977)

With Terry Callier

  • What Color is Love (Cadet, 1970)

With Linda Clifford

  • I'll Keep On Loving You (Capitol, 1982)

With Willie Dixon

  • Catalyst (Ovation, 1973 Records)

With The Electric Concept Orchestra

  • Moog Groove (Limelight, 1969)

With Liam Hayes

  • Fed (After Hours, 2002)
  • Bright Penny (Broken Penny, 2009)

With Woody Herman

  • Heavy Exposure (Cadet, 1969)

With Howlin' Wolf

  • The Howlin' Wolf Album (Chess, 1969)

With Melvin Jackson

  • Funky Skull (Limelight, 1969)

With Ramsey Lewis

  • Them Changes (Cadet, 1970)
  • Back to the Roots by Ramsey Lewis (Cadet, 1971)
  • Upendo Ni Pamoja by Ramsey Lewis (Columbia, 1972)
  • Funky Serenity (Columbia, 1973)
  • Ramsey Lewis' Newly Recorded All-Time Non-Stop Golden Hits (Columbia, 1973)
  • Solar Wind (Columbia, 1974)

With Curtis Mayfield

  • Honesty (Boardwalk, 1983)

With Brother Jack McDuff

  • Gin and Orange (Cadet, 1969)

With Muddy Waters

  • Electric Mud (Chess, 1968)

With Buddy Rich

  • Speak No Evil (RCA Victor, 1976)

With Phil Upchurch

  • Upchurch (Cadet, 1969)
  • The Way I Feel (Cadet, 1970)

With The Zeet Band

  • Moogie Woogie (Chess, 1970)


  1. (2001) Final Tracks Spinning Blues Into Gold: The Chess Brothers and the Legendary Chess Records.
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