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Key to the blues

Author: Big Bill Broonzy
Publisher: Vilvoorde, Belgium : Blues Boulevard, [2009].
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : English
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Named Person: Big Bill Broonzy; Big Bill Broonzy
Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Big Bill Broonzy
OCLC Number: 437310856
Notes: Compact discs.
Program notes by Alfie Falckenbach ([11] p. : ports.) inserted in container.
Performer(s): Big Bill Broonzy, vocals, guitar ; with (variously) Brownie McGhee, guitar ; Jimmie Gordon, Black Bob, Blind John Davis, Joshua Altheimer, Memphis Slim, Horace Malcolm, Bill Maceo Merriweather, Charles Belcher, Carl Sharp, Bob Call, or Dill Jones, piano ; Odell Rand, clarinet ; Buster Bennett, Sax Mallard, Antonio Casey, or Bruce Turner, alto saxophone ; Bill Casimir or Kenny Graham, tenor saxophone ; Benny Green, baritone saxophone ; Punch Miller, John Morton, or Leslie Hutchinson, trumpet ; Bill Settles, Ransom Knowling, Ernest "Big" Crawford, or Jack Fallon, bass ; Jazz Gillam or Sonny Terry, harmonica ; Fred Williams, Judge Riley, Tyrell Dixon, Alfred Wallace, or Phil Seaman, drums ; Washboard Sam, washboard.
Event notes: Compilation of material recorded between March 29, 1932 and Oct. 27, 1955, principally in Chicago and London.
Description: 2 sound discs : digital, stereo. ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: Disc 1, New York & Chicago. Worrying you off my mind --
Bull cow blues --
Mississippi River blues --
Southern flood blues --
I want my hands on it --
Unemployment stomp --
Good time tonight --
Fightin' little rooster --
That's all right baby --
You got to hit the right lick --
Medicine man blues --
Getting older every day --
Key to the highway --
Wee wee hours --
Night watchman blues --
Tell me baby --
You got the best go --
Old man blues --
Martha blues --
Rambling Bill --
You've been mistreating me --
Willie Mae blues --
Leavin' day --
Make my getaway --
John Henry. Disc 2, The London sessions. It feels so good --
Southbound train --
Southern saga : inc. Joe Turner blues --
In the evening --
Going down the road feeling bad --
Saturday evening --
Glory of love --
St. Louis blues --
Mindin' my own business --
When do I get to be called a man --
Partnership woman --
Bonus tracks. Baby please don't go ; Key to the highway ; Key to the highway (with Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee) ; Big Bill Broonzy interview.
Responsibility: Big Bill Broonzy.

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