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John Lee Williamson - Shake The Boogie album flac

  • Performer: John Lee Williamson
  • Title: Shake The Boogie
  • Size FLAC ver: 1576 mb
  • Country: Germany
  • Date of release: 2000
  • Style: Harmonica Blues
  • Other formats: FLAC DTS AAC TTA WMA DXD AC3
  • Genre: Blues
  • Rating: 4.4 of 5
John Lee Williamson - Shake The Boogie album flac

Tracklist

1 Black Gal Blues 2:47
2 Bad Luck Blues 2:40
3 Good Gal Blues 2:44
4 Good Gravy 2:46
5 Train Fare Blues 2:48
6 Welfare Store Blues 2:49
7 My Black Name Blues 2:44
8 Skinny Woman 2:59
9 Black Panter Blues 2:31
10 I Have Got To Go 2:45
11 Love Me Baby 3:20
12 Check Up On My Baby Blues 2:44
13 Stop Breaking Down 2:55
14 Hoodoo Hoodoo 2:54
15 Shake The Boogie 2:45
16 Better Cut That Out 2:58

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Tim Cz
  • Copyright (c) – TIM The International Music Company AG
  • Distributed By – TIM The International Music Company AG

Notes

Jewel box
Comes with glossy slipcase

CD release with photo of Sonny Boy Williamson (Rise Miller) on the cover, instead of the original artist here, Sonny Boy Williamson (John Lee Williamson).

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4 011222043870
  • Rights Society: OSA
  • Other (Order N° , on back cover): 204387
  • Other (PC , on back cover): 203

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
904387-980 John Lee Williamson Shake The Boogie ‎(LP, Comp) Past Perfect Silver Line 904387-980 Germany 2000
204387-203 John Lee Williamson Shake The Boogie ‎(CD, Comp) Past Perfect Silver Line 204387-203 Germany 2000


Recorded August 6th 1946 in Chicago.

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Man, does Shake the Boogie reveal what a raw deal the original Sonny Boy Williamson has received in blues history. He was the first blues harmonica star, but his recordings fall into the mid-zone between pure country blues and post-WWII urban blues, and he was murdered in 1948 just as Chess began to establish the electric Chicago sound that became a foundation of rock & roll. Piano enters on "Miss Ida Lee," but "Dealing With the Devil" introduces a major change in both the recorded sound and music on seven 1940 tracks with just Williamson's harp, the little-known Joshua Altheimer's barrelhouse piano, and minimal drums to give the music an urban blues stomp feel. Altheimer constantly changes up his focus from right-hand melodic lead to left-hand rhythmic foundation - he's particularly strong on "War Time Blues" and deserves every bit of the liner note praise he gets. Piano enters on "Miss Ida Lee," but "Dealing With the Devil" introduces a major change in both the recorded sound and music on seven 1940 tracks with just Williamson 's harp, the little-known Joshua Altheimer 's barrelhouse piano, and minimal drums to give the music an urban blues stomp feel.

By John Lee Williamson. PLAY ALL. Shake The Boogie. Released by Documents Sep 2008 16 Tracks. By John Lee Williamson.

In 1947 the R&B song in the charts was Shake The Boogie by Sonny Boy Williamson. Select a Year . Shake The Boogie by Sonny Boy Williamson.

Shake The Boogie Track 2:44 Sonny Boy Williamson I (John Lee Williamson) (John Lee Williamson) Chicago, August 6, 1946 with Blind John Davis - piano, Willie Lacey - guitar Ransom Knowling - s bass Album: Complete Recorded Works Vol 5 October 19, 1945 - November 12, 1947 Document Records DOCD 5059. Now, an my baby went out An' stayed out all night long She never came home Until the break of dawn. C'mon, shake yo' boogie Whoa, shake a-yo' boogie C'mon, shake a-yo' boogie Because your boogie's alright wit' me, yeah


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