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Big Bill Broonzy - Vol. 3 (1928-1939) mp3 album
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Performer: Big Bill Broonzy
Title: Vol. 3 (1928-1939)
Style: Country Blues
Year 1989
Genre: Blues
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MP3 size: 1833 mb
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Big Bill Broonzy - Vol. 3 (1928-1939) mp3 album

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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.

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Big Bill Broonzy was one of the few country blues musicians of the '20s and '30s to find success when the music evolved into an electric, urbanized form. From his initial sides with Paramount in 1928, he followed the music's development closely  . Even on the early sides collected on The Young Bill Broonzy (1928-1935), the guitarist alternates between standard 12-bar fare, brisk rag numbers, guitar and piano duets, and showcases of his flatpicking prowess. Regardless of the setting, however, one thing remains certain: Broonzy's guitar skills are superb.

Big Bill Broonzy's absorption of the urbanized Chicago blues style was essentially complete by the time of the 1934-35 recordings assembled here  . Posted By: countryfreak. Date: 29 Jul 2013 03:47:05.

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The Bill Broonzy Story CD3 1999. The Bill Broonzy Story CD2 1999. Country Blues Vol. 1 (Vinyl) 1963. All The Classic Sides 1928-1937: 1935-1936 CD4 2003 The War & Postwar Years (1940-41) CD1 2007. Sings Folk Songs 1989. The 1955 London Sessions 1994.

Guitar – Big Bill Broonzy, Frank Brasswell (tracks: 3, 7, 9), John Thomas (10) (tracks: 10), Steel Smith (tracks: 8). Mastered By – Robert Vosgien. Piano – Black Bob (tracks: 12), Georgia Tom (tracks: 6, 9, 11). Vocals – Big Bill Broonzy (tracks: 1 to 4, 7, 8, 10, 12 to 14), Frank Brasswell (tracks: 3), Georgia Tom (tracks: 6, 9, 11), Jane Lucas (tracks: 6, 11). Notes.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Big Bill (Broonzy)* Big Bill Blues
Guitar – John Thomas Vocals, Guitar – Big Bill (Broonzy)*
A2 Big Bill Broonzy State Street Woman
Piano – Georgia Tom Dorsey*Vocals, Guitar – Big Bill Broonzy
A3 Big Bill Broonzy How You Want It Done?
Vocals, Guitar – Big Bill Broonzy
A4 Big Bill Broonzy Beedle Um Bum
Vocals, Banjo – Steele SmithVocals, Guitar – Big Bill Broonzy
A5 Big Bill Broonzy Selling That Stuff
Vocals, Banjo – Steele SmithVocals, Guitar – Big Bill Broonzy
A6 Big Bill Broonzy You Do It
Guitar – Big Bill BroonzyVocals, Banjo – Steele Smith
A7 Big Bill Broonzy Worrying You Off My Mind - No. 2
Vocals, Guitar – Big Bill Broonzy
A8 Big Bill Broonzy Dirty No-Gooder
Piano – Black BobVocals, Guitar – Big Bill Broonzy
A9 Big Bill Broonzy Let Her Go - She Don't Know
Piano – Black BobVocals, Guitar – Big Bill Broonzy
A10 Big Bill Broonzy Prowlin' Ground Hog
Piano – Black BobVocals, Guitar – Big Bill Broonzy
B1 Big Bill Broonzy Hobo Blues
Piano – Black BobVocals, Guitar – Big Bill Broonzy
B2 Big Bill Broonzy Bricks In My Pillow
Bass – Bill SettlesPiano – Black BobVocals, Guitar – Big Bill Broonzy
B3 Big Bill Broonzy Pneumonia Blues
Bass [String Bass] – Bill SettlesPiano – Black BobVocals, Guitar – Big Bill Broonzy
B4 Big Bill Broonzy W.P.A. Blues
Bass [String Bass] – Bill SettlesPiano – Black BobVocals, Guitar – Big Bill Broonzy
B5 Big Bill Broonzy I Want You By My Side
Bass [String Bass] – Bill SettlesPiano – Blind John DavisVocals, Guitar – Big Bill Broonzy
B6 Big Bill Broonzy It's A Low Down Dirty Shame
Electric Guitar – George BarnesPiano – Blind John DavisTenor Saxophone [Possibly] – Bill Austin, Bill OwsleyVocals, Guitar – Big Bill Broonzy
B7 Big Bill Broonzy Don't You Lay It On Me
Bass [String Bass] – Ransom KnowlingGuitar – Unknown ArtistPiano – Joshua AltheimerVocals, Guitar – Big Bill Broonzy
B8 Big Bill Broonzy Spreadin' Snake Blues
Drums – Fred WilliamsPiano – Joshua AltheimerVocals, Guitar – Big Bill Broonzy
B9 Big Bill Broonzy Baby Don't You Remember
Drums – Fred WilliamsPiano – Joshua AltheimerVocals, Guitar – Big Bill Broonzy
B10 Big Bill Broonzy And His Memphis Five* You Can't Sell 'Em In Here
Alto Saxophone, Accompanied By – Buster BennettBass [String Bass], Accompanied By – Ransom KnowlingPiano, Accompanied By – Blind John DavisTrumpet, Accompanied By – Walter Williams Vocals, Guitar – Big Bill Broonzy

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Paul Oliver
  • Copyright (c) – Document Records
  • Remastered At – Studio Klement

Credits

  • Compiled By, Producer – Johnny Parth
  • Photography By – Paul Oliver
  • Remastered By – Hans Klement
  • Research [Corrections And Additions] – Ernest S. Virgo, Guido Van Rijn

Notes

A1: 20373-2 Chicago, c. February 1928
A2: 10052-1 New York City, 17 September 1930
A3: 17284-C Richmond, Ind., 19 November 1930
A4: 18388 Richmond, Ind., 9 February 1932
A5: 18389 Richmond, Ind., 9 February 1932
A6: 18390 Richmond, Ind., 9 February 1932
A7: New York City, 29 March 1932
A8: C-720-B Chicago, 18 October 1934
A9: C-721-A Chicago, 19 October 1934
A10: C-723-A Chicago, 19 October 1934
B1: C-722-A Chicago, 19 October 1934
B2: C-1182-2 Chicago, 16 December 1935
B3: C-1361-1 Chicago, 22 April 1936
B4: C-1380-2 Chicago, 27 May 1936
B5: C-2028-1 Chicago, 21 October 1937
B6: C-2146-2-test Chicago 1 March 1938
B7: C-2382-4 Chicago, 10 November 1938
B8: C-2461-1-test Chicago, 5 February 1939
B9: C-2462-1 Chicago, 5 February 1939
B10: C-2494-1 Chicago, 10 February 1939

Considering the extreme rarity of the original 78s, condition is generally better than might be hoped, but it must be borne in mind that only one or two copies are known to exist of some titles.

Discographical details from Blues And Gospel Records 1902 - 1943 by John Godrich and Robert Dixon (third edition, Storyville 1982).

Original recordings from the collections of Joe Bussard, Roger Misiewicz, Johnny Parth, Frank Scott, Tom Tsotsi, Ernest Vrgo.

Photos © Paul Oliver, used by permission.

Document Records
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Copyright 1989: Document Records, Austria

Remastering: Studio Klement, Vienna

Supplements suggested: Document DLP-510 and DLP-539, RST BD-2012, BoB-2, Matchbox MSE-1004, Yazoo 1011 and 1035, RCA FXM1-7275, CBS 52648 (=Epic 22017), Manhattan MAN-502, Biograph C-15, Queen-disc 023, Bluetime BT-2001, a.o.

Bill Settles is incorrectly credited for drums on track B5. In reality he did play a string bass on that recording.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: AUSTRO MECHANA
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): DLP 581-A || HP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): DLP 581 B | BE