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Monday Morning Blues

“There’s no way in the world I can feel the same blues the way I used to. When I play in Chicago, I’m playing up-to-date, not the blues I was born with. 20 more words


Sonny Boy Williamson: One Way Out

Pretty good. Not too long. Didn’t recognize the title track at all from the Allman Brothers version. Not sure if this is an album or just a collection. Originally came out in 1968.

7 Drunken Nights Gave Me The Blues

Had a strange experience yesterday – was listening to a Sonny Boy Williamson compilation cd I bought recently and heard a song which sounded remarkably familiar. 171 more words

Folk Music

Real Life Rock (05/07/79)

The inclusion of previously unheard studio dialogue on oldies reissues continues to provide flashes of revelation for those concerned with the true sources of rock ‘n’ roll and the hid­den motives of its creators. 1,867 more words

Greil Marcus

Monday Morning Blues

Some old good classic blues to start the week. Enjoy!


From the Vault: Sonny Boy Williamson

One of my favorite blues singers ever. Sonny had a truly fantastic voice. And today I’m feeling the blues so:

From The Vault

Sonny Boy Williamson, His Harmonica & House Rockers - Come On Back Home


Recorded august 5th, 1951 in Jackson, Mississippi.
Other side is “Stop Crying”.
Vocals & harmonica: Sonny Boy Williamson
Piano: Willie Love
Guitar: Elmore James
Guitar: Joe Willie Wilkins… 12 more words

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