Blues Revival Country Blues Folk-Blues Harmonica Blues Piedmont Blues Regional Blues. feat: Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee. 2. Custard Pie Blues.
Medley) (2:49) 8. Whoopin' The Blues (2:43) 9. Beer Garden Blues. Tracklist: 1. Telephone Blues (3:25) 2. Custard Pie Blues (2:59) 3. Riff And Harmonica Jump (2:48) 4. Mad Man Blues (3:33) 5. All Alone Blues (3:07) 6. Dirty Mistreater, Don't You Know (2:45) 7. Early Morning Blues/Hot Headed Woman? (Medley) (2:49) 8. Beer Garden Blues (2:45) 10. Screamin' And Cryin' Blues (2:50) 11. Crow Jane Blues (2:35) 12. Worried Man.
Sonny Terry - All Alone Blues 03:07. Sonny Terry - Dirty Mistreater, Don't You Know 02:45. Sonny Terry - Early Morning Blues/Hot Headed Woman? 02:49. Sonny Terry - Whoopin' The Blues 02:43. Sonny Terry - Screamin' And Cryin' Blues 02:50. Sonny Terry - Crow Jane Blues 02:35. Sonny Terry - Worried Man Blues 02:42. Sonny Terry - Airplane Blues 02:49. Sonny Terry - Hot Headed Woman 03:12.
Telephone Blues - Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee.
01. Telephone Blues 02. Custard Pie Blues 03. Riff And Harmonica Jump 04. Mad Man Blues 05. All Alone Blues 06. Dirty Mistreater, Don't You Know 07. Early Morning Blues/Hot Headed Woman? (Medley) 08. Whoopin' The Blues 09. Beer Garden Blues 10. Screamin' And Cryin' Blues 11. Crow Jane Blues 12. Worried Man Blues 13. Airplane Blues 14. Hot Headed Woman 15.
Terry was born in Greensboro, Georgia. His father, a farmer, taught him to play basic blues harp as a youth. Terry played Campdown Races to the plow horses which improved the efficiency of farming in the area. He began playing blues in Shelby, North Carolina. After his father died, he began playing in the trio of Piedmont blues–style guitarist Blind Boy Fuller. When Fuller died in 1941, Terry established a long-standing.
Clapton even remembers the first blues song he heard on the show: "Whoopin' the Blues" (full song audio) by harmonica player Sonny Terry and singer and guitarist Brownie McGhee. That's where it started for me," he says.
Saunders Terrell, better known as Sonny Terry (October 24, 1911-March 11, 1986), was a blues musician. He was born in Greensboro, North Carolina on October 24, 1911, and died on March 11, 1986 in Mineola, New York. He was most widely known for his energetic blues harmonica style which frequently included vocal whoops and hollers, and imitations of trains and fox hunts.