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Big Bill Broonzy - Big Bill Broonzy (1934-1946)


Tracklist


1Border Blues
Bass [Sb.] – Bill SettlesPiano – Blind John Davis
2Lowland Blues
Guitar – George BarnesMandolin – Charlie McCoy Piano [Prob.] – Horace Malcolm
3I'll Do Anything For You
Bass [Sb.] – Ransom KnowlingElectric Guitar [Prob.] – George BarnesPiano – Joshua AltheimerTenor Saxophone [Prob.] – Bill Owsley
4Just A Dream
Bass – John LevyDrums – Slick JonesPiano – Kenny WattsTenor Saxophone – Don Byas
5Dying Day Blues
Piano [Prob.] – Black Bob
6I've Got To Dig You
Drums – Fred WilliamsPiano – Joshua Altheimer
7I Want To See My Baby
Banjo [Prob.] – Charlie JacksonPiano [Prob.] – Black Bob
8Somebody's Got To Go
Bass [Sb.] – Bill SettlesPiano – Blind John Davis
9You Got To Play Your Hand
Bass – John LevyDrums – Slick JonesPiano – Kenny WattsTenor Saxophone – Don Byas
10Jivin' Mr. Fuller Blues
Drums – Fred WilliamsPiano – Joshua Altheimer
11Plow Hand Blues
Drums – Fred WilliamsPiano – Joshua Altheimer
12The Mill Man Blues
Bass [Sb./Prob.] – Ransom KnowlingPiano – Joshua Altheimer
13Hell Ain't But A Mile And A Quarter
Bass [Sb.] – Ransom KnowlingGuitar – Unknown ArtistPiano [Or/Poss.] – Joshua AltheimerPiano [Prob.] – Blind John Davis
14I Can't Write
Alto Saxophone – Sax MallardBass – Ransom KnowlingDrums – Judge RileyPiano – Charles BelcherTenor Saxophone – Bill CasimirTrumpet – John Morton
15When I Had Money
Drums – Fred WilliamsPiano – Joshua Altheimer
16Play Your Hand
Drums – Fred WilliamsPiano – Blind John Davis
17In The Army Now
Piano – Horace MalcolmWashboard – Washboard Sam
18Trucking Little Woman No. 2
Alto Saxophone [Prob.] – Buster BennettDrums – Unknown ArtistPiano [Either/Or] – Horace Malcolm, Joshua Altheimer
19Merry-go-round Blues
Drums – Fred WilliamsPiano – Blind John Davis
20I'll Start Cutting On You
Bass [Sb./Prob.] – Ransom KnowlingPiano – Joshua Altheimer

Credits


  • Compiled By, ProducerJohnny Parth
  • Executive-ProducerPaul Duvivié
  • Photography By [Cover Photo]Paul Oliver
  • Remastered ByHans Klement
  • Vocals, GuitarBig Bill Broonzy

Notes


Remastering: Studio Klement, Vienna.
Photo: © Paul Oliver, used by permission.

Recorded October 18, 1934 (A1, A2); September 3, 1936 (A3); October 13, 1937 (A4); October 21, 1937 (A5, A6); April 5, 1938 (A7, A8); May 5, 1938 (A9); September 27, 1938 (A10); November 10, 1938 (B1); January 26, 1940 (B2, B3); April 17, 1940 (B4, B5); September 20, 1940 (B6); December 2, 1941 (B7); early 1945 (B8, B9); and December 4, 1946 (B10).
All recorded in Chicago except B8, B9 which was recorded in New York City.

Companies


  • Remastered At – Studio Klement

Info


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Big Bill Broonzy - Big Bill Broonzy (1934-1946)
Performer: Big Bill Broonzy
Genre: Blues
Title: Big Bill Broonzy (1934-1946)
Country: Netherlands
Released: 1992
Style: Chicago Blues
MP3 album: 2088 mb
FLAC album: 2706 mb
Source: Vinyl, LP, Compilation
№ Cat: OT-1220
Label: Old Tramp