This is the Broonzy of the early 60's folk clubs
Not bad stuff, but the kind of blues that re-discovered greats of the 30's played at the East Coast folk clubs and festivals for a white Ivy League audience. Milder versions of the old blues such as "Baby Please Don't Go", along with protest songs, trad folk tunes, and Spirituals. Solo on accoustic guitar. Many older blues legends, such as Leadbelly, made good money on this kind of music. Not bad, but don't expect much of the old fire. Good sound, for early 60's live recordings-a bit echoey.