Down And Out Blues

£ 17.99


Sonny Boy Williamson, the singer and harmonica player, was one of the best blues musicians of all time. His earthy yet elegant approach was as distinctive as it was irresistible. This edition of his 1959 debut album, enriched with 2 classic bonus tracks, is a perfect showcase for the famous musician. Ever since he appeared on the famous King Biscuit Time radio show in 1941, Williamson was a sensation, as his dynamics and soulful execution were second to none. At the peak of his powers, Williamson's swinging, evocative style is ideally supported by such famous accompanists as Muddy Waters, pianist Otis Spann and bassist/composer Willie Dixon - a stellar summit of blues talent whose combined impact and authority qualify these tracks as some of the best in the genre.

Don't Start Me To Talkin'
I Don't Know
All My Love In Vain
The Key (To Your Door)
Keep It To Yourself
Hurts Me So Much
Fattening Frogs For Snakes
Wake Up Baby
Your Funeral And My Trial
Cross My Heart
Let Me Explain
Your Imagination
Format: LP
Label: Macomba Macomba
Catalogue numbers: MAC 1437 LP
LP 1437


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Media Condition: Mint (M)
Sleeve Condition: Mint (M)

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