2002
Label: Chess - 088 112 823-2,MCA Records - 088 112 823-2 • Format: CD Compilation, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Blues • Style: Harmonica Blues, Delta Blues
Sonny Boy Williamson (2) - The Real Folk Blues / More Real Folk Blues (CD)

Sonny Boy Williamson (2) –. The Real Folk Blues / More Real Folk Blues. Label: MCA Records – Series: Blues Classics Remastered & Revisited. Format.

 · Like other entries in the Chess Real Folk Blues series, Sonny Boy Williamson's The Real Folk Blues and More Real Folk Blues (here combined onto one CD) were not really folk, and not really regular albums. Rather, they were somewhat arbitrarily chosen compilations, titled to appeal to the crowd that had gotten turned onto the blues during the s folk : $

Sonny Boy Williamson (2) –. More Real Folk Blues. Label: Chess – CH, MCA Records – CH Series: The Original Chess Masters. Format: Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Reissue.

 · More Real Folk Blues. More good early-'60s Chess Recordings from Sonny Boy Williamson. "Help Me," "Bye Bye Bird," and "Nine Below Zero" have been covered by numerous blues and rock acts. Most of the songs, however, show up on the Essential best-of collection/10(40).

US released May - "The Real Folk Blues/More Real Folk Blues" by SONNY BOY WILLIAMSON on Universal/MCA/Chess (Barcode ) breaks down as follows ( minutes): 1. One Way Out 2. Too Young To Die 3. Trust My Baby 4. Checkin' Up On My Baby 5. Sad To Be Alone 6. Got To Move 7. Bring It On Home [Side 2] 8. Down Child 9. Peach Tree /5(33).


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  1.  · Like other entries in the Chess Real Folk Blues series, Sonny Boy Williamson 's The Real Folk Blues and More Real Folk Blues (here combined onto one CD) were not really folk, and not really regular albums. Rather, they were somewhat arbitrarily chosen compilations, titled to appeal to the crowd that had gotten turned onto the blues during the s folk revival/10(6).

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