Category: Alternative

All By Myself - Big Bill Broonzy - I Feel So Good: The Essential Recordings Of Big Bill Broonzy (CD)

9 thoughts on “ All By Myself - Big Bill Broonzy - I Feel So Good: The Essential Recordings Of Big Bill Broonzy (CD)

  1. Big Bill: 1: All by Myself / Double Trouble: Big Bill Broonzy: 1: When I Been Drinking / Shine On, Shine On: Big Bill Broonzy: 1: I Feel So Good / Tell Me Baby: Big Bill Broonzy: 1: Wee Wee Hours / Conversation With the Blues: Big Bill Broonzy: 1: I Stay Blue All the Time / You've Been Mistreating Me: Big Bill.
  2. The final of Document's prewar Big Bill Broonzy CDs (documenting all of his recordings) features Broonzy playing in a timeless style. Most of the performances could be considered goodtime music, with Broonzy sounding as if he were ready to party.
  3. All CDs reviewed by the BLUES ACCESS editorial staff. Discs that have been given full reviews in this or previous issues of BLUES ACCESS are quoted with the reviewers initials in dumbgawednigiflotymitoprogasnews.xyzinfo: Be sure to send us two (2) copies of all new releases.
  4. Common Ground: Dave Alvin & Phil Alvin Play & Sing the Songs of Big Bill Broonzy features the Alvin Brothers performing a dozen songs from the Broonzy songbook, and while listening to this is a potent reminder of how good Broonzy's songs still sound in the 21st century, it also demonstrates the complementary talents of Dave and Phil Alvin. Dave Price: $
  5. Big Bill Broonzy (born Lee Conley Bradley, June 26, – August 14, ) was an American blues singer, songwriter and guitarist. His career began in the s, when he played country blues to mostly African-American audiences. Through the s and s he successfully navigated a transition in style to a more urban blues sound popular with working-class African-American audiences.
  6. This was his greatest period, and during this time Broonzy wrote and recorded such songs as "Key to the Highway," "W.P.A. Blues," "All by Myself," and "Unemployment Stomp." For other artists, Broonzy wrote songs such as "Diggin' My Potatoes." All told, Big Bill Broonzy had a .
  7. To place an order or for customer service, call toll-free or outside the United States, call
  8. This was the first time that he had ever performed in front of a white audience. After the concert, people start calling him “Big Bill” Broonzy. He was one of the best known blues players and recorded over blues songs, including Feelin’ Low Down, Remember Big Bill, Make Me Getaway, and Big Bill Broonzy Sings Country Blues.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *