Close To Me - Sonny Boy Williamson - More Real Folk Blues
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When Sonny Boy Williamson strutted into Chess studios, Chicago, and the rest of the blues appreciating public were taken by storm. THis is a fine album by Sonny Boy and his Chicago rhythm section. "Too Young To Die" is a fearful song about a violent woman, "Bring It On Home" is a Willie Dixon chart topper, And "One Way Out" is a furious tune /5(3).
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Like other entries in the Chess Real Folk Blues series, Sonny Boy Williamson's The Real Folk Blues and More Real Folk Blues (here combined onto one CD) were not really folk, and not really regular albums. Rather, they were somewhat arbitrarily chosen compilations, titled to appeal to the crowd that had gotten turned onto the blues during the s folk revival.
Sonny Boy Williamson. Although he wasn't on the cutting edge when it came to amplifying his harmonica, John Lee 'Sonny Boy' Williamson had no problem with bringing in an electric guitarist on his postwar RCA Victor sessions, keeping up with the times as Chicago blues got brasher and louder.
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In Memoriam (, reissued as The Real Folk Blues, ) Blues Classics by "The Original" Sonny Boy Williamson () This Is My Story () As Sonny Boy Williamson His Harmonica and Houserockers. Singles "Too Close Together" / "Cat Hop" (Trumpet Records, ) "Gettin' Out of Town" / "She Brought Life Back to the Dead" (Trumpet, ).
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Sonny Boy Williamson was, in many ways, the ultimate blues legend. By the time of his death in , he had been around long enough to have played with Robert Johnson at the start of his career and Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page and Robbie Robertson at the end of it.