Category: Classic Rock

Bring Another Half A Pint - Sonny Boy Williamson - Bring Another Half A Pint / Little Girl (Vinyl)

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  1. Nov 04,  · Bring Another Half A Pint - Sonny Boy Williamson Memory Of Sonny Boy - Forest City Joe Sonny Boy Williamson - Paul Jones & Jack Bruce Got Something To Tell You - Doctor Ross #, in CDs & Vinyl (See Top in CDs & Vinyl) # in Acoustic Blues (CDs & Vinyl)4/5(2).
  2. 7" Single on 45cat: Sonny Boy Williamson [John Lee Williamson] - Bring Another Half A Pint / Little Girl - RCA Victor - USA -
  3. John Lee Curtis "Sonny Boy" Williamson (March 30, – June 1, ) was an American blues harmonica player, singer and songwriter. He is often regarded as the pioneer of the blues harp as a solo instrument. He played on hundreds of recordings by many pre–World War II blues artists.
  4. From to , Sonny Boy recorded over sides for RCA, which included such classics as "Decoration Blues," "Whiskey Headed Blues," "Tell Me Baby," "Bring Me Another Half a Pint," "Sugar Mama," and "Hoodoo Hoodoo"(aka Hoodoo Man). His "Good Morning Little School Girl" could possibly be the most covered blues song in history.
  5. Sonny Boy Williamson I Good Morning Little Schoolgirl Bring Another Half Pint. Recall (UK) Various Artists. Nothing But the Blues [Blues History] Blues History (Germany)
  6. Sonny Boy Williamson ‎– Good Morning, Little Released: Genre: Blues. Style: Tracklist. 1: Bring Another Half Pint: 2: You Give An Account: 3: I Been Dealing With The Devil: 4: Blue Bird Blues: 5: New Early In The Morning Sonny Boy Williamson: Good Morning, Little Schoolgirl.
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  8. This track collection brings together some of the most inspiring blues harp performances on record. With the exception of John Lee "Sonny Boy" Williamson's "Bring Me Another Half a Pint" (what's better known as Jimmy Rogers' "Sloppy Drunk" and originally penned even earlier by Lucille Bogan) from , everything on here was recorded in the '50s to the late '60s at the height of the 4/5(2).

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