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Sonny Boy Williamson His Harmonica & Houserockers - Cat Hop/Too Close Together album

Sonny Boy Williamson His Harmonica & Houserockers - Cat Hop/Too Close Together album
  • Performer Sonny Boy Williamson His Harmonica & Houserockers
  • Title Cat Hop/Too Close Together
  • Other formats AU AHX AIFF ADX VOX RA MP2
  • Genre Blues
  • Size MP3 1326 mb
  • Size FLAC 1401 mb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 835

Sonny Boy Williamson Ii, His Harmonica And House Rockers. Sonny Boy Williamson II, His Harmonica and House Rockers - She Brought Life Back to the Dead 02:30. Sonny Boy Williamson II, His Harmonica and House Rockers - West Memphis Blues 02:48. Sonny Boy Williamson II, His Harmonica and House Rockers - Mr. Down Child 02:30. Sonny Boy Williamson II, His Harmonica and House Rockers - Too Close Together 02:34. Sonny Boy Williamson II, His Harmonica and House Rockers - Stop Crying 02:54. Sonny Boy Williamson II, His Harmonica and House Rockers - Come On Back Home 02:46.

Alex or Aleck Miller (né Ford, possibly December 5, 1912 – May 24, 1965), known later in his career as Sonny Boy Williamson, was an American blues harmonica player, singer and songwriter. He was an early and influential blues harp stylist who recorded successfully in the 1950s and 1960s. Miller used various names, including Rice Miller and Little Boy Blue, before calling himself Sonny Boy Williamson, which was also the name of a popular Chicago blues singer and harmonica player

Artist: Sonny Boy Williamson II, His Harmonica and House Rockers, Song: Gettin' Out of Town, Duration: 2:24, File type: mp3. №2580872214. Sonny Boy Williamson II, His Harmonica and House Rockers Gettin' Out of Town. Duration: 2:24 File type: mp3.

Help Me: Classic blues by Sonny Boy Williamson, very minor sounding and very groovy. Simply there’s a bass riff 1 b3 4 over I IV and V chords, which makes it sound so bluesy. This song has a lot of texture, dynamics and strong note attacks. It has signature Sonny Boy licks using repetitive notes by constantly switching blow and draw bend – Ab Bb (-3’ 4) and similar licks. There are short chords chops in between singing lines that you’ll have to play strong and trebly. On fast trills I choose to move both head and the harmonica, which feels the most natural to me.

SONNY BOY WILLIAMSON His Harmonica & Houserockers - Too Close Together (DRC91) @ youtube - Cat Hop (DRC180) (instr) @ youtube rec. December 4, 1951 in Jackson, MS; Alex 'Rice' Miller, voc, hca; Willie Love, p; Elmore James, Joe Willie Wilkins, g; Cliff Givens, voc b rec. March 23, 1953 in Jackson, MS; Alex 'Rice' Miller, voc, hca; Willie Kyle, Carlton Wells or Bernard Williams, sax; . Walker, p; Joe Willie Wilkins, g; b; O'Neil Hudson, dr.

His music exists today only as scratchy, nearly indecipherable recordings – unlistenable really. But there’s a sad soulfulness in what’s left. The banjo, acoustic guitar and harmonica were the original instruments of the blues, but the banjo fell out of favor by the end of the 19th century. The metal or glass slide gave the guitar new life, and the steel resonator guitar introduced in the 1920s added more volume and a distinct new sound. The electric guitar arrived in the 1930s and that changed everything. Hill country blues is different too. There’s a resigned sadness to it, and it has a haunting, uncanny sound about it, That droning, single-chord groove is its most notable characteristic. Although these acts aren’t from Mississippi, the Steel Drivers capture the sound of Hill Country Blues in Ghosts of Mississippi, while Bobbie King and Terry Evans also get it with Down in Mississippi.