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Big Bill Broonzy was a trailblazing Chicago bluesman steeped in southern traditions, whose songs stretched genres from folk music to hokum and ragtime to country. These seminal recordings from his early years highlight his sublime guitar playing and ice cool vocal style which inspired a generation of legendary blues and rock musicians A1. Long Tall Mama (1932) 02:48 A2. How You Want It Done? (1932) 02:53 A3. Mississippi River Blues (1934) 02:41 A4. Skoodle Do Do (1930) 02:45 A5. Worrying You Off My Mind - Part 1 (1932) 03:04 A6. Brownskin Shuffle (1932) 02:57 A7. I Can't Be Satisfied (1930) 02:47 B1. Saturday Night Rub (1930) 02:55 B2. Bull Cow Blues (1932) 02:53 B3. Stove Pipe Stomp (1932) 02:47 B4. Grandma's Farm (1930) 02:26 B5. Big Bill's Blues (1927) 02:59 B6. Pig Meat Strut (1930) 02:51 B7. Mr. Conductor Man (1932) 03:02
Big Bill Broonzy was a trailblazing Chicago bluesman steeped in southern traditions, whose songs stretched genres from folk music to hokum and ragtime to country. These seminal recordings from his early years highlight his sublime guitar playing and ice cool vocal style which inspired a generation of legendary blues and rock musicians A1. Long Tall Mama (1932) 02:48 A2. How You Want It Done? (1932) 02:53 A3. Mississippi River Blues (1934) 02:41 A4. Skoodle Do Do (1930) 02:45 A5. Worrying You Off My Mind - Part 1 (1932) 03:04 A6. Brownskin Shuffle (1932) 02:57 A7. I Can't Be Satisfied (1930) 02:47 B1. Saturday Night Rub (1930) 02:55 B2. Bull Cow Blues (1932) 02:53 B3. Stove Pipe Stomp (1932) 02:47 B4. Grandma's Farm (1930) 02:26 B5. Big Bill's Blues (1927) 02:59 B6. Pig Meat Strut (1930) 02:51 B7. Mr. Conductor Man (1932) 03:02
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Rough Guide To Big Bill Broonzy: The Early Years
Artist: Big Broonzy Bill
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Big Bill Broonzy was a trailblazing Chicago bluesman steeped in southern traditions, whose songs stretched genres from folk music to hokum and ragtime to country. These seminal recordings from his early years highlight his sublime guitar playing and ice cool vocal style which inspired a generation of legendary blues and rock musicians A1. Long Tall Mama (1932) 02:48 A2. How You Want It Done? (1932) 02:53 A3. Mississippi River Blues (1934) 02:41 A4. Skoodle Do Do (1930) 02:45 A5. Worrying You Off My Mind - Part 1 (1932) 03:04 A6. Brownskin Shuffle (1932) 02:57 A7. I Can't Be Satisfied (1930) 02:47 B1. Saturday Night Rub (1930) 02:55 B2. Bull Cow Blues (1932) 02:53 B3. Stove Pipe Stomp (1932) 02:47 B4. Grandma's Farm (1930) 02:26 B5. Big Bill's Blues (1927) 02:59 B6. Pig Meat Strut (1930) 02:51 B7. Mr. Conductor Man (1932) 03:02
        
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