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Big Bill Broonzy Live In Amsterdam - 1953 - Legendary blues guitarist and singer recorded live in Amsterdam in 1953. Bill was one of the first American blues artists to play Europe, and this fine recording shows why his playing influenced a generation of players including Eric Clapton, John Lennon and Ray Davies. Live in 1953 features 14 tracks by this inaugural member of the blues hall of fame.
Big Bill Broonzy Live In Amsterdam - 1953 - Legendary blues guitarist and singer recorded live in Amsterdam in 1953. Bill was one of the first American blues artists to play Europe, and this fine recording shows why his playing influenced a generation of players including Eric Clapton, John Lennon and Ray Davies. Live in 1953 features 14 tracks by this inaugural member of the blues hall of fame.
089353335328

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Format: CD
Label: RKBT
Rel. Date: 04/15/2016
UPC: 089353335328

Big Bill Broonzy Live In Amsterdam - 1953
Artist: Big Bill Broonzy
Format: CD
New: Available $12.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Broonzy Talks - Intro (Live) (Live Version)
2. Goiní Down The Road Feeliní Bad (Live) (Live Version)
3. When The Sun Goes Down (Live) (Live Version)
4. House Rent Stomp (Live) (Live Version)
5. Crawdad Hole (Live) (Live Version)
6. Willie Mae (Live) (Live Version)
7. Black, Brown And White (Live) (Live Version)
8. Five Foot Seven (Live) (Live Version)
9. Caribbean Rag (Live) (Live Version)
10. Happy Birthday (Live) (Live Version)
11. Down By The Riverside (Live) (Live Version)
12. Mindin' My Own Business (Live) (Live Version)
13. Just A Dream (Live) (Live Version)
14. The Glory Of Love (Live) (Live Version)

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Big Bill Broonzy Live In Amsterdam - 1953 - Legendary blues guitarist and singer recorded live in Amsterdam in 1953. Bill was one of the first American blues artists to play Europe, and this fine recording shows why his playing influenced a generation of players including Eric Clapton, John Lennon and Ray Davies. Live in 1953 features 14 tracks by this inaugural member of the blues hall of fame.
        
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