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    Big Bill Broonzy. Big Bill Broonzy (June 26, – August 15, ) was a prolific American blues singer, songwriter and guitarist. His career began in the s when he played country blues .
  2. Gale

    Feb 06,  · I paid $ for 79 Big Bill Broonzy tunes on this Big Bill Blues compilation. I have no idea who put this together but the sound quality of most of the songs are very good considering some are from the 's. Big Bill Broonzy deserves so much more credit for being an innovator than he gets credit for historically.5/5(6).
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    Oct 12,  · If you're going to sweat a Big Bill Broonzy collection down to only one disc, this is the one to keep in the collection. It's really his most representative work, highlighting most of the best-known numbers from his extensive repertoire and the highlights (including a hilarious "When I've Been Drinkin'," in which he supposedly downs several shots on microphone during the take) are numerous.
  4. Doramar

    Big Bill Broonzy – When I Been Drinking Lyrics. I don't need no money, I've got lucky oil on my hands I don't need no woman's voice, always raisin' sand When I been drinking, yeah, when I been drinking Now, when I come home, baby, please let me lay down and rest · Mopper's Blues.
  5. Mazujin

    When I Been Drinking Lyrics: I don't need no money, I've got lucky oil on my hands / I don't need no woman's voice, always raisin' sand / When I been drinking, yeah, when I been drinking / Now.
  6. Fenrizilkree

    BIG BILL BROONZY: Cotton Choppin' Blues/ Don't You Be No Fool/ Don't You Want To Ride/ Down And Lost In Mind/ Dreamy Eyed Baby/ Hot Dog Mama/ I'm Still Your Sweetheart, Baby/ I. C. Blues/ Just A Dream No. 2/ Just Wondering/ Keep On A-smilin'/ Let's Have A Little Fun/ Messed Up In Love/ My Last Goodbye To You/ Oh Yes/ Please Be My So And So.
  7. Malar

    Big Bill Broonzy (June 26, – August 15, ) was a prolific American blues singer, songwriter and guitarist. His career began in the s when he played country blues to mostly African-American audiences. Through the s and s he successfully navigated a transition in style to a more urban blues sound popular with working class African-American audiences/10(97).
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    A1 Big Bill Blues A2 You Do Me Any Old Way A3 Trucking Little Woman A4 Bull Cow Blues A5 Southern Fl U.K issue from featuring recordings from to Featuring musicians alongside Big Bill Broonzy, Joshua Altheimer, Punch Miller, Black Bob, George Barnes, Blind John Davis, Washboard Sam & Horace Malcomb.

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