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Sonny Boy Williamson I

Frogtoon Music - Artist Biography For Sonny Boy Williamson I

John Lee Curtis "Sonny Boy" Williamson (March 30, 1914 – June 1, 1948) was an American blues harmonica player and singer, and the first to use the name Sonny Boy Williamson. Biography and career Williamson was born near Jackson, Tennessee in 1914. His original recordings were considered to be in the country blues style, but he soon demonstrated skill at making harmonica a lead instrument for the blues, and popularized it for the first time in a more urban blues setting.

Artist Tags For Sonny Boy Williamson I

1) Blues 2) Delta Blues 3) Rocking Blues 4) Double-Ender 5) Double-Ender 4

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Frogtoon Music - Top Tracks For Sonny Boy Williamson I

1) Good Mornin' Little School Girl 2) Good Morning, School Girl 3) Good Morning School Girl - 2002 Remastered 4) Good Morning Little Schoolgirl 5) I Been Dealing With The Devil 6) Shake the Boogie 7) Early In The Morning 8) Sugar Mama Blues 9) Christmas Morning Blues 10) Got The Bottle Up And Gone 11) Blue Bird Blues 12) Alcohol Blues 13) Black Gal Blues 14) Sloppy Drunk Blues 15) Jackson Blues 16) Good Morning, Little Schoolgirl 17) Stop Breaking Down 18) Bad Luck Blues 19) Skinny Woman 20) Better Cut That Out 21) My Black Name Blues 22) Good Morning School Girl 23) Decoration Blues 24) Welfare Store Blues 25) Worried Me Blues 26) Whiskey headed blues 27) Honey Bee Blues 28) Train Fare Blues 29) Check Up On My Baby Blues 30) Suzanna Blues 31) Frigidaire Blues 32) My Little Cornelius 33) Sugar Mama 34) Sugar Gal 35) Good Gravy 36) Collector Man Blues 37) Hoodoo Hoodoo 38) Susie Q 39) Down South 40) You Can Lead Me 41) Project Highway 42) Up The Country Blues 43) Low Down Ways 44) Deep Down In the Ground 45) Christmas Morning Blues - Remastered 46) Miss Louisa Blues 47) Whiskey Headed Blues - 2003 Remastered 48) Springtime Blues 49) New Early In The Morning 50) Moonshine

Frogtoon Music - 50 Top Albums For Sonny Boy Williamson I

1) Bluebird Blues - When The Sun Goes Down Series 2) Martin Scorsese Presents The Blues - A Musical Journey (Disc 2) 3) Sonny Boy Williamson Vol. 1 (1937 - 1938) 4) Blue Bird Blues 5) The Blues At Christmas 2 (The Blues Collection) 6) Sonny Boy Williamson Vol. 3 (1939 - 1941) 7) The Original (Box Set) 8) The History of Blues Four 9) Good Morning, Little Schoolgirl 10) Blues, Blues Christmas (1925-1955) 11) (null) 12) The Bluebird Recordings, 1938 13) ABC of the Blues 14) Century of the Blues 15) Sonny Boy Williamson Vol. 2 (1938-1939) 16) Blues Pack - Sonny Boy Williamson I - EP 17) When the Sun Goes Down, Vol. 8: Bluebird Blues 18) The Bluebird Recordings 1937-1938 19) The Blues: A Musical Journey (Disc 2) 20) Blues Masters Vol. 13 21) Martin Scorsese Presents The Blues - A Musical Journey 22) The Blues: A Musical Journey 23) Sonny Boy Williams (1940-1947) 24) Saga Blues: The Original Sonny Boy 25) Sonny Boy Williamson Vol. 4 (1941 - 1945) 26) Lord Have Mercy 27) Martin Scorsese Presents The Blues: A Musical Journey 28) Martin Scorsese Presents the Blues-A Musical Journey Cd 2 29) ABC Of The Blues, Vol. 50 30) Mississippi Blues 31) The Bluebird Recordings 1938 32) Blues Will Never Die 33) Early In The Morning 34) Too Young to Die 35) Sonny Boy Williamson 1937-1945: Chicago (The Blues) 36) The Blues - A Musical Journey (Disc 2) 37) Greatest Blues History 38) The Definitive R&B Series – 1940 39) Led Zeppelin's Jukebox 40) Blues, Blues, Hoodoo Halloween: Scary Jazz and Blues from 1925 to 1961 41) Sonny Boy Williamson 42) Early Blues Roots of Led Zeppelin 43) Jazz Figures / Sonny Boy Williams (1937 - 1938), Volume 1 44) Masterpieces presents Sonny Boy Williamson I.: 10 Greatest Blues Hits 45) Good Morning Little Schoolgirl 46) Martin Scorsese Presents The Blues: A Musical Journey (Disc 2) 47) The Best Of Bob Dylan's Theme Time Radio Hour 48) The Absolute Masterpieces 49) Chicago Is Just That Way 50) Million Years Blues Vol 4
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