Label: Analogue Productions – AAPB 036
AAA 100% Analogue – Mastered by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio
Limited Edition – Pressed at QRP Quality Record Pressings
An American blues harmonica player, singer and songwriter, from Mississippi. One of the greatest bluesmen ever. His harp, vocals, and songwriting have never been surpassed. All his records are classics, but this one is truly unique – it’s the cream of two rare, acoustic albums cut in Denmark in 1963. Gentle, personal blues with brilliant harmonica, accompanied by only Matt Guitar Murphy and Memphis Slim on piano.
Original LP listed on Stereophile’s Record 2 Die 4 list.
When ‘Willie’ Rice Miller, ask Sonny Boy Williamson, made these intimate, casual recordings in 1963, he was already (probably) 66 years old. Most of his long career was over; only two years later he would die in his little apartment in Helena, Arkansas. He was recognized as a giant throughout the blues world as a harmonica
player, vocalist, songwriter, prolific recording artist, live performer and wildly colorful personality.
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