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Big Bill Broonzy - The Young Big Bill Broonzy (1928-1935) FLAC

11-08-2015, 07:37
Blues | Country | FLAC / APE

Big Bill Broonzy - The Young Big Bill Broonzy (1928-1935) FLAC

Artist: Big Bill Broonzy
Album: The Young Big Bill Broonzy
Released: 1991
Label: Yazoo
Genre: Country Blues
Quality: FLAC
Bitrate: Lossless
Total Time: 39:37
Total Size: 200.31 MB
WebSite: discogs


01. Long Tall Mama
02. Mississippi River Blues
03. Saturday Night Rub
04. How Do You Want It Done!
05. Stove Pipe Stomp
06. Hokum Stomp
07. I Can't Be Satisfied
08. Brownskin Shuffle
09. Eagle Ridin' Papa
10. Starvation Blues
11. Hip Shakin' Strut
12. Good Liquor Gonna Carry Me Down
13. Skoodle Do Do
14. Banker's Blues

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. Switching to electric guitar and adding drums to his music in the late 1930s, he helped pave the way for the Chicago bluesmen that followed him. Even though his music continued to contain echoes of his rural background, Broonzy's reversion to a folk-blues style (popular amongst white audiences) in the 1950s was viewed by purists as an inauthentic stance. The truth is that experts have always had a difficult time classifying Broonzy's music. 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. He was an exceptional flatpicker, capable of dazzling with rapid, single note runs.

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