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Sonny Boy Williamson Vol. 3 (1939 - 1941)

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T.B. Blues
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Something Going On Wrong
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Good Gal Blues
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Joe Louis And John Henry Blues
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Thinking My Blues Away
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I'm Not Pleasing You
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New Jail House Blues
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Life Time Blues
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Miss Ida Lee
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Tell Me, Baby
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Honey Bee Blues
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I Been Dealing With The Devil
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War Time Blues
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Train Fare Blues
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Decoration Day Blues No. 2
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New Early In The Morning
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Welfare Store Blues
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My Little Machine
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Jivin' The Blues
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Western Union Man
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Big Apple Blues
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Springtime Blues
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My Baby Made A Change
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Shotgun Blues
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Coal And Iceman Blues
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 25   Total Length: 72:24

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They Say All Music Guide

The third volume in Document’s impressive five-part series of Sonny Boy Williamson collections includes a raft of great sides recorded between July 1939 and April 1941. Beginning with Williamson’s classic “T.B. Blues,” Complete Recorded Works, Vol. 3 (1939-1941) cycles through two dozen great performances, including “Tell Me, Baby,” “My Little Machine,” and “Jivin’ the Blues,” with accompaniment from a trio of strong sidemen: Big Bill Broonzy, Walter Davis, and Blind John Davis. Casual listeners may not find this as immediately interesting as a career-spanning compilation like Sugar Mama, but there’s plenty of interest for nearly any level of fan. – Thom Owens

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