Emery “Detroit Junior” Williams, Jr. (October 26, 1931 - August 9, 2005) was a blues pianist, vocalist, and songwriter. He is know for songs such as "So Unhappy", "Call My Job", "If I Hadn't Been High", "Ella" and "Money Tree". His songs have been covered by Koko Taylor, Albert King and countless other blues artist.
Composed by Al Perkins & Emery Williams, Jr. Emery Williams, Jr. (Detroit Junior):Vocals & Piano, "Maria":2nd Vocals, Guitar, Jr. (Lonnie Brooks):Bass Guitar & Lead Guitar (Overdubbed), Harold Tidwell:Drums. Recorded in Chicago, IL. May 29, 1965. Originally issued on USA 814 (45 RPM). This recording taken from the 2002 CD "The USA Records Blues Story". This song was covered by Albert King on his 1977 album "King Albert"