Big Joe Williams - Hand Me Down My Old Walking Stick album
Title: Hand Me Down My Old Walking Stick
Style: Country Blues
Date of release: 1969
Size MP3: 1491 mb
Size FLAC: 1198 mb
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Arranged By – Williams Written-By – Traditional. B7. Old Folks Tavern.
big joe williams - hand me down my walking stick. Dedication To Otis Spann (Blues On Decoration Day) A2 Got To Put You Down A3 Juanita Blues A4 '71 Cadillac Blues A5 Christmas Blues A6 European Trip Blues (Around The World Blues) B1 Rap Session (Al Smith & Country Joe) B2 Jump, Jump Julie B3 Lookie Here, Baby B4 Vitamin B Blues --. - Condition: Sleeve: VG+ to NM- Vinyl: VG to VG+ Our Vinyl Grading: Mint (M): This is a grade that won't be used. Joe Lee "Big Joe" Williams did things his own way. Specializing in rough-edged, raw blues in the old-school Delta style, he was an important shaper of the 1950s Chicago electric blues sound without changing his own style very much along the way. His forceful, rugged way of playing and singing allowed him to compete with the extra amplification on his own terms, thus putting him in position to be influential on the roots-oriented folk-blues movement when the 1960s rolled around.
Joseph Lee "Big Joe" Williams (October 16, 1903 – December 17, 1982) was an American Delta blues guitarist, singer and songwriter, 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 . Big Joe Williams (1966). Thinking of What They Did to Me (1969). Hand Me Down My Old Walking Stick (1969). Big Joe Williams (1972). Blues from the Mississippi Delta (1972). Don't Your Plums Look Mellow Hanging on Your Tree (1974).
Joe Williams (born Joseph Goreed; December 12, 1918 – March 29, 1999) was an American jazz singer. He sang with big bands such as the Count Basie Orchestra and the Lionel Hampton Orchestra and with his combos. He sang in two films with the Basie orchestra and sometimes worked as an actor. Williams was born in Cordele, Georgia, the son of Willie Goreed and Anne Beatrice née Gilbert. When he was about three, his mother and grandmother took him to Chicago.
Showing albums featuring Hand Me Down My Walking Cane. The Best Of The Blues Vol. 3. Various Artists. 15 Oct 2007 · 72 tracks.
|Hand Me Down My Old Walking Stick|
|Mama Don't Like Me Runnin' Around|
|Baby Please Don't Go|
|Everybody's Gonna Miss Me When I'm Gone|
|Church Bell Ring|
|Baby Keeps On Breaking 'Em Down|
|Sittin' N' Thinkin'|
|Blues Round The World|
|She'll Be Coming Round The Mountain!|
|Old Folks Tavern|
|Take It All|
|LBL83207||Big Joe Williams||Hand Me Down My Old Walking Stick (LP, Album, Mono)||Liberty||LBL83207||UK||1969|
|WPS-21897||Big Joe Williams||Hand Me Down My Old Walking Stick (LP, Album)||World Pacific||WPS-21897||US||1969|
|LBS 83207, LBS 83207E||Big Joe Williams||Hand Me Down My Old Walking Stick (LP, Album)||Liberty, Liberty||LBS 83207, LBS 83207E||UK||1969|
|WPS-21897||Big Joe Williams||Hand Me Down My Old Walking Stick (LP, Album)||World Pacific Records||WPS-21897||US||1969|
|NEX CD 208||Big Joe Williams||Hand Me Down My Old Walking Stick (The 1968 London Sessions) (CD, Album, RE)||Sequel Records||NEX CD 208||UK||1992|
|LLS-70047||Big Joe Williams||Hand Me Down My Old Walking Stick (LP, Album)||Liberty||LLS-70047||Japan||Unknown|