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The Legacy of the Blues, Volume 6

The Legacy of the Blues, Volume 6

Joseph Lee "Big Joe" Williams (October 16, 1903 – December 17, 1982)[2] was an American Delta blues guitarist, singer and songwriter,[1] notable for the distinctive sound of his nine-string guitar. Performing over four decades, he recorded the songs "Baby Please Don't Go", "Crawlin' King Snake" and "Peach Orchard Mama", among many others, for various record labels, including Bluebird, Delmark, Okeh, Prestige and Vocalion.[3] He was inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame on October 4, 1992.[4]

The blues historian Barry Lee Pearson (Sounds Good to Me: The Bluesman's Story, Virginia Piedmont Blues) described Williams's performance:

When I saw him playing at Mike Bloomfield's "blues night" at the Fickle Pickle, Williams was playing an electric nine-string guitar through a small ramshackle amp with a pie plate nailed to it and a beer can dangling against that. When he played, everything rattled but Big Joe himself. The total effect of this incredible apparatus produced the most buzzing, sizzling, African-sounding music I have ever heard.[3]

  • Artist : Big Joe Williams
  • Genre : Blues
  • Publication date : 1972
  • Label : Sonet
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  • Format : Vinyl
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  • 12 pistes 32:01
    1 I've Been Wrong but I'll Be Right 3:20
    2 Black Gal You're Sure Looking Warm 2:36
    3 When I First Left Home 3:12
    4 Little Annie Mae 2:03
    5 Levee Break Blues 1:57
    6 Hang It Up on the Wall 2:23
    7 Lone Wolf 2:29
    8 This Heavy Stuff of Mine 2:33
    9 Tell My Mother 2:28
    10 Big Fat Mama 2:49
    11 Back on my Feet 3:22
    12 Jefferson and Franklin Blues 2:49