'Give Me One More Shot' is the second album from our 'Koko Mojo' Mississippi roots series. The album offers an insight as to the birth place of rhythm 'n' blues artists. This album offers an interesting mixture of blues performances, all of which have trekked the passage of time and still sound fresh and vibrant. Upon migration many artists benefited from better production and distribution of their recordings and fame and fortune was the dream. The albums variety of sound features the man of mystery Robert Johnson, the obscure Jack Davis and Ike Turner along with several of his band members. Several 'Trumpet' artists are again featured with recordings for the label and beyond, we include one Wally Mercer through association with 'Trumpet' Numerous artists migrated from their birth place, and for many Chicago was the blues mecca. Within this series the auditory of those who stayed within their home areas is clear, and for those who migrated mainly the backing was different, the blues became 'electric'. None the less rarely were the downholme blues intonations none apparent in the big city recordings. The African American folk traditions no matter where the musicians travelled were deep inside these performers. Every album has sleeve notes and 28 songs, mastered for the best possible sound available.