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Big Bill Broonzy All The Classic Sides (5-CD Box)

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Big Bill Broonzy: All The Classic Sides (5-CD Box)

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Broonzy, Big Bill - All The Classic Sides (5-CD Box) CD 1
1: House Rent Stomp
2: Big Bill Blues
3: Down In The Basement Blues
4: Starvation Blues
5: Somebody's Been Using That Thing
6: Balck Cat Rag
7: Pig Meat Strut
8: Guitar Rag
9: Saturday Night Rub
10: Can't Be Satisfied
11: Grandma's Farm
12: Skoodle Do Do
13: Tadpole Blues
14: Bow Leg Baby
15: Skoodle Do Do
16: Saturday Night Rub
17: Pig Meat Strut
18: Papa's Getting Hot
19: Police Station Blues
20: They Can't Do That
21: No Good Buddy
22: State Street Woman
23: Meanest Kind Of Blues
24: I Got The Blues For My Baby
25: The Banker's Blues
26: How You Want It Done
27: Worried In Mind Blues
28: Too Too Train Blues
29: Mistreatin' Mamma
30: Big Bill Blues
31: Brown Skin Shuffle
32: Stove Pipe Stomp
33: Beedle Um Bum
34: Selling That Stuff
35: Mr. Conductor Man
36: Too Too Train Blues
37: Worrying You Off My Mind Pt.1
38: Worrying You Off My Mind Pt. 2
39: Mistreatin' Mama Blues
40: Bull Cow Blues
41: How You Want It Done
42: Long Tall Mama
43: M And O Blues
44: Rukus Juice Blues
45: Friendless Blues
46: Milk Cow Blues
47: Shelby Country Blues
48: Hungry Man Blues
49: I'll Be Back Home Again
50: Bull Cow Blues Pt.2
51: Serve It To Me Right
52: Starvation Blues
53: Mississippi River Blues
54: At The Break Of Day
55: I Want To Go Home
56: Hard Headed Woman
57: Dying Day Blues
58: I Want To See My Baby
59: Serve It To Me Right
60: Dirty No-Gooder
61: Let Her Go - She Don't Know
62: Hobo Blues
63: Prowlin' Ground Hog
64: C .C. Rider (Take A)
65: C. C. Rider (Take B)
66: Sweet To Mama
67: Rustlin' Man
68: She Caught The Train
69: Midnight Special
70: The Dozen
71: Don't Tear My Clothes
72: The Southern Blues
73: Good Jelly
74: C And A Blues
75: Something Good
76: You May Need My Help Someday
77: Rising Sun Shine On
78: Mountain Blues
79: Bad Luck Blues
80: I Can't Make You Satisfied
81: I'm Just A Bum
82: Keep Your Hands Off Her
83: The Sun Gonna Shine In My Door Someday
84: Good Liquor Gonna Carry Me Down
85: Down The Line Blues
86: Bricks In My Pillow
87: Tell Me What You Been Doing
88: Ash Hauler
89: Evil Woman Blues
90: These Ants Keep Biting Me
91: Big Bill Blues
92: You Know I Need Lovin'
93: Match Box Blues
94: Low Down Woman Blues
95: Keep Your Mind On It
96: Bull Cow Blues No.3
97: Black Mare Blues
98: Married Life's A Pain
99: Pneumonia Blues
100: Big Bill's Milk Cow No.2
101: W.P.A. Blues
102: I'm A Southern Man
103: Nancy Jane
104: Lowland Blues
105: Seven-Eleven
106: You Know I Got A Reason
107: Oh Babe
108: Detroit Special
109: Falling Rain
110: Black Widow Spider
111: Cherry Hill
112: Out With The Wrong Woman
113: Don't Tear My Clothes No.2
114: You Drink Too Much
115: Southern Flood Blues
116: My Big Money
117: My Woman Mistreats Me
118: Let's Reel And Rock
119: Come Up To My House
120: Get Away
121: Terrible Flood Blues
122: Little Bug
123: Horny Frog (Take1)
124: Horny Frog (Take2)
125: Mean Old World (Take1)
126: Mean Old World (Take2)
127: Barrelhouse When It Rains


Artikeleigenschaften von Big Bill Broonzy: All The Classic Sides (5-CD Box)

  • Interpret: Big Bill Broonzy

  • Albumtitel: All The Classic Sides (5-CD Box)

  • Format CD
  • Genre Blues

  • Title All The Classic Sides (5-CD Box)
  • Label JSP

  • SubGenre Blues - General

  • EAN: 0788065771829

  • weight in Kg 0.400

Artist description "Broonzy, Big Bill"

Big Bill Broonzy & His Rhythm Band

Of all the blues immortals featured on this compilation, Big Bill Broonzy was one of the very few born in the 19th Century: June 26, 1898, in Scott, Mississippi. But Big Bill was no grizzled stick in the mud; when electric guitars came in, he was one of the first Chicago bluesmen to grab hold of one (at least until he toured Paris and London in 1951, where he reverted to his solo acoustic ways and somehow convinced his new European fans that he was the last surviving American bluesman).

 William Lee Conley Broonzy started out sawing a fiddle, switching to guitar after he moved to Chicago in 1920 and hooked up with medicine show veteran Papa Charlie Jackson. Soon Big Bill was recording for Paramount, debuting with House Rent Stomp in 1928. When he wasn't going by Big Bill (no last name back then) on shellac, he masqueraded as Big Bill Johnson, Sammy Sampson, and Big Bill Broomsley. Broonzy worked with some fine pianists—Black Bob, Joshua Altheimer, Blind John Davis, Memphis Slim—and eventually graduated to full band backing during the late '30s and early '40s, when he cut some of his all-time classics for producer Lester Melrose: Just A Dream (On My Mind), When I Been Drinking, I Feel So Good, Key To The Highway, and the houserocking All By Myself.

Broonzy stuck with an R&B-laced combo format during his postwar years at Columbia. Rambling Bill, waxed December 19, 1947 in the Windy City, was billed to Big Bill & His Rhythm Band, consisting of trumpeter John Morton, alto saxist Sax Mallard, tenor saxman Bill Casimir, pianist Bob Call, bassist Ransom Knowling, and drummer Judge Riley. Broonzy wields his electric axe, though he keeps it turned down to a polite level as he struts his stuff. The ubiquitous Melrose was still in charge. "Lester Melrose was a go-between man between Columbia, several different companies," noted the late Willie Dixon.

Broonzy made a couple of full band dates for Mercury in 1949 before embarking for Europe and drastically changing his concept to a rural folk-blues mindset. Apart from three marathon sessions in late '51 for Mercury and a tough little '53 Chess date with longtime cohort Washboard Sam, Big Bill's studio bandleading days were over. He was the first bluesman to write his memoirs in 1955 before throat cancer stilled his powerful voice, finishing him off on August 15, 1958. Muddy Waters, one of many bluesmen Broonzy graciously welcomed to the Windy City when they first hit town, cut a tribute album for Chess the next year.

Bill Dahl
Chicago, Illinois


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