Shakey Jake Harris moved north to Chicago at a young age and became a blues singer and harmonica player. He has the writing credit for Roll Your Money Maker, but like Elmore James’s Shake Your Moneymaker, it’s a song that probably was around in one form or another for some time. Roll Your Money Maker was originally released in 1958 on Artistic and reissued by Vivid in the ’60s. Jake doesn’t play harmonica on this one, where he’s backed up by Willie Dixon’s band, featuring Magic Sam (and, depending on who you believe, also either Freddy King or Syl Johnson) on guitar. Sam and Jake were related and Jake mentored and sometimes managed Sam. It’s Magic Sam’s scene-stealing guitar licks that will have you rolling your money makers to this over and over.