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Big Bill Broonzy, Muddy Waters - Big Bill's Blues album flac

Performer: Big Bill Broonzy
Genre: Blues
Title: Big Bill's Blues
Released: 1990
FLAC version ZIP size: 1984 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1979 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1181 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 830

Нравится слушателям: Little Walter, Howlin' Wolf, Muddy Waters. 2014 Classic Mood Experience. The Blues Collection: Big Bill Broonzy. Most Wanted Blues Album.

Big Bill Broonzy (born Lee Conley Bradley, June 26, 1903 – August 14, 1958) was an American blues singer, songwriter and guitarist. His career began in the 1920s, when he played country blues to mostly African-American audiences. Through the 1930s and 1940s he successfully navigated a transition in style to a more urban blues sound popular with working-class African-American audiences.

In 1960, when Muddy Waters recorded this album as a tribute to Big Bill Broonzy two years after Broonzy's death, he could be sure of Broonzy's approval. Oh yeah, Muddy is a real singer for the Blues," Big Bill, the Mississippi foundation stone, was heard to say early on in Muddy Waters' career. Full of confidence after a Best Of compilation released on the Chess label in 1959 and his legendary appearance at the Newport Folk Festival, Muddy set down his own Broonzy songs.

Sings Big Bill Broonzy. Waters's tribute album to the man who gave him his start on the Chicago circuit, this stuff doesn't sound much like Broonzy so much as a virtual recasting of his songs into Muddy's electric Chicago style. Evidently the first time Waters and his band were recorded in stereo, the highlights include high voltage takes on "When I Get to Drinkin'" and "The Mopper's Blues," with some really great harp from James Cotton as an added bonus.

Get the Tempo of the tracks from Muddy Waters Sings Big Bill Broonzy (1986) by Muddy Waters. Album starts at 78BPM, ends at 158BPM (+80), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Muddy Waters. Hoochie Coochie Man. 2005.

Awesome sound typical for speakers corner reissues, really enjoyable blues album too, thoroughly recommend you get this. 리스 편집 All Versions of this Release 데이터 정확함. 컬렉션에 추가 희망 목록에 추가 희망 목록에서 제거. 마켓플레이스 0 판매 품목 6개 €3. 0부터.

Big Bill Broonzy was the Main Man on the Chicago Blues scene in the inter-war years, fostering the transition from rural to urban Blues. His own considerable songwriting skills and huge repertoire reflect this change, and his flatpicking guitar style and great voice made him a star of the Folk/Blues revival of the fifties. This bargain, re-mastered double CD has his finest album, 'Big Bill's Blues' plus three more collections, totalling 45 tracks, which show the breadth of the man's talent. When Muddy Waters arrived in Chicago from the Delta in 1942, he realised the Blues would have to LOUD in the noisy city. When he plugged himself in, Electric Blues was born and his big selling records on the Chess label meant everyone quickly followed him.

Pete’s film of Big Bill’s performance on this porch documented his extraordinary skills as a singer and guitarist for future generations. We honor the memory of the blues giant who wrote that CPC is a place where ‘All people can go and be treated the same. Bill’s songs are still in our hearts and in the CPC songbook.


1 Little City Woman 2:45
2 Lonesome 2:48
3 Jaqueline 2:28
4 Romans Without Finance 3:05
5 Minding My Own Business 2:30
6 Horse Shoe Over My Door 3:08
7 I'm A Lonely Man 2:40
8 Tell Me Baby 2:15
9 Southbound Train 2:51
10 When I'm Thinking 3:05
11 Just A Dream (On My Mind) 2:30
12 I Feel So Good 2:53
13 Mopper's Blues 2:51
14 Lonesome Road Blues 3:01
15 Hey Hey 2:41
16 Double Trouble 2:44
17 I Don't Got Wise 2:56

Companies, etc.

  • Licensed From – Billy Carr Productions
  • Distributed By – Movieplay S.A.


  • Bass – Andrew Stephenson (tracks: 8 to 17), Ernest "Big" Crawford (tracks: 1 to 7)
  • Drums – Francis Clay (tracks: 8 to 15), Willie Smith (tracks: 16, 17)
  • Guitar – Lee Cooper (tracks: 1 to 4), Pat Hare (tracks: 8 to 17)
  • Harmonica – James Cotton (tracks: 9 to 17)
  • Piano – Memphis Slim (tracks: 5 to 7), Otis Spann (tracks: 9 to 17)
  • Vocals – Muddy Waters (tracks: 8 to 17)
  • Vocals, Guitar – Big Bill Broonzy (tracks: 1 to 7)
  • Washboard, Vocals – Washboard Sam (tracks: 1 to 7)


Tracks 1 - 4 Recorded Chicago 1953
Tracks 5 - 7 Recorded Chicago 1953
Tracks 8 - 15 Recorded Chicago , July 1959
Tracks 16 & 17 Recorded Chicago, August 1959

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  • Matrix / Runout: ISP RTS 33035 412 2249