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Sonny Boy Williamson - Early In The Morning album mp3

Performer: Sonny Boy Williamson
Title: Early In The Morning
Released: 2002
Style: Harmonica Blues
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Early in the Morning may refer to: "Early in the Morning" (Sonny Boy Williamson I song), a 1937 single by Sonny Boy Williamson I. "Early in the Mornin'" (Louis Jordan song), a 1947 single by Louis Jordan and His Tympany Five. Early in the Morning" (Bobby Darin song), a 1958 single by Bobby Darin, also recorded by Buddy Holly on Coral Records. Early in the Morning", a song by Peter, Paul and Mary from their album Peter, Paul and Mary (album).

2015 г. Song: Early In The Morning Artist: Sonny Boy Williamson Album: Early In The Morning Year: 2002. Early In The Morning. Sonny Boy Williamson. The Bluebird Recordings 1937-1938.

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John Lee "Sonny Boy" Williamson recorded "Early in the Morning" in 1937. The song is a medium-tempo twelve-bar blues that features Williamson's vocal and harmonica accompanied by Robert Lee McCoy (later known as Robert Nighthawk) and Henry Townsend on guitars. He incorporated his signature "call-and-response style of alternating vocal passages with pungent harmonica blasts" that became a fundamental of blues harmonica. You tell me 'Come early in the mornin', baby 'bout the break of day'. Now ya oughta see me grab the pillow where my baby used to lay. Williamson's "Early in the Morning" (and the other early versions of the song) was released before blues songs were tracked by record industry trade magazines such as Billboard

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But you have to go there early in the mornin' Baby, 'bout the break of day Now, you oughta see me grab the pillow Where my baby used to lay. Now, that I've got a little woman Her name is, Miss Kate She told me to come to the house this mo'nin' I got there about half past eight She ask, 'I told you, come early in the mo'nin'.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Worried Me Blues
Written-By – Williamson*
2 Black Gal Blues
Written-By – Williamson*
3 Frigidaire Blues
Written-By – Williamson*
4 Suzanna Blues
Written-By – Williamson*
5 Early In The Morning
Written-By – Williamson*
6 Sugar Mama Blues
Written-By – Williamson*
7 Skinny Woman Blues
Written-By – Rachell*
8 My Little Cornelius
Written-By – Williamson*
9 Decoration Blues
Written-By – Williamson*
10 You Can Lead Me
Written-By – Williamson*
11 Miss Louisa Blues
Written-By – Williamson*
12 Sunnyland
Written-By – Williamson*
13 I'm Tired Trucking My Blues Away
Written-By – Williamson*
14 Beauty Parlor
Written-By – Williamson*
15 My Baby I've Been Your Slave
Written-By – Williamson*
16 Doggin' My Love Around
Written-By – Williamson*
17 Little Low Woman Blues
Written-By – Williamson*
18 Sugar Mama Blues No. 2
Written-By – Williamson*
19 Good Gal Blues
Written-By – Williamson*
20 I'm Not Pleasing You
Written-By – Williamson*
21 Honey Bee Blues
Written-By – Williamson*
22 Mellow Chick Swing
Written-By – Williamson*

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – TIM The International Music Company AG
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – TIM The International Music Company AG
  • Copyright (c) – Tim Cz


  • Artwork – D&H Hommage GmbH
  • Bass – Willie Dixon (tracks: 22)
  • Drums – Charles "Chick" Sanders (tracks: 22)
  • Guitar – Big Bill Broonzy (tracks: 16 to 22), Big Joe Williams (tracks: 6 to 15), Henry Townsend (tracks: 1 to 5), Robert Lee McCoy (tracks: 1 to 7), Yank Rachell (tracks: 8 to 15)
  • Harmonica, Vocals – Sonny Boy Williamson
  • Mandolin – Yank Rachell (tracks: 8 to 14)
  • Piano – Blind John Davis (tracks: 22), Walter Davis (tracks: 15 to 21)
  • Speech – Yank Rachell (tracks: 15)


℗ 2002 TIM CZ © 2002 TIM The International Music Company AG. All rights reserved.

Tracks 1 to 5 recorded in Aurora, January 11, 1937.
Tracks 6 and 7 recorded in Aurora, May 5, 1937.
Tracks 8 to 14 recorded in Aurora, March 3, 1938.
Track 15 recorded in Aurora, June 17, 1938.
Tracks 16 to 21 recorded in Chicago, July 21, 1939.
Track 22 recorded in Chicago, March 28, 1947.

Note that images on this release appear to display Sonny Boy Williamson , but liner notes and all songs reflect Sonny Boy Williamson ("John Lee Curtis Williamson").

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4 011222 203540
  • Other (Order No.): 220354
  • Other (PC): 203
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