Bye Bye Sonny

Performers Sonny Boy Williamson [II]

Music Avenue | January 22, 2009 | Compact Disc

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BYE BYE SONNY collects the final live and studio recordings of Sonny Boy Williamson, the blues's ultimate harmonica hero, and stands as one of the crowning achievements in a career that saw him stick around long enough to figure prominently in the genre's 1960s revival. Disc One finds him cranking out two blistering live sets--one as a solo act, the other with the Animals--while the second disc captures the legend's last studio session. The latter set features a young Jimmy Page on guitar, and includes the haunting "Don't Send Me No Flowers," a seeming meditation on Sunny Boy's own impending demise.

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: January 22, 2009

Genre: Chicago Blues

Style: Blues

Number of Discs: 2

Stereo/Mono: Stereo

Studio/Mixed/Live: Studio

Originally Released: 2007

Label Name: Music Avenue

UPC: 5413992501557

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Bye Bye Sonny

Performers Sonny Boy Williamson [II]

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: January 22, 2009

Genre: Chicago Blues

Style: Blues

Number of Discs: 2

Stereo/Mono: Stereo

Studio/Mixed/Live: Studio

Originally Released: 2007

Label Name: Music Avenue

UPC: 5413992501557


Title Track Time
1.Mister Downchild --
2.River Rhine, The --
3.Twenty-Three Hours Too Long --
4.Take It Easy --
5.Western Arizona --

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BYE BYE SONNY collects the final live and studio recordings of Sonny Boy Williamson, the blues's ultimate harmonica hero, and stands as one of the crowning achievements in a career that saw him stick around long enough to figure prominently in the genre's 1960s revival. Disc One finds him cranking out two blistering live sets--one as a solo act, the other with the Animals--while the second disc captures the legend's last studio session. The latter set features a young Jimmy Page on guitar, and includes the haunting "Don't Send Me No Flowers," a seeming meditation on Sunny Boy's own impending demise.
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