Son House And Robert Pete Williams - Live! FLAC album
Style: Country Blues, Delta Blues
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Complete your Son House And Robert Pete Williams collection.
Free Again is an album by blues musician Robert Pete Williams recorded in 1960 and released on the Bluesville label in July the following year.
Immediately struck by the power of Williams' blues, the pair commenced the recordings that would appear on the collections Robert Pete Williams, Vol. 1 & 2 (including the stunning "Prisoner's Talking Blues"). Subsequent efforts by Oster and Allen led to Williams' release. No longer surrounded by the bars of Angola, the singer found.
All compositions by Robert Pete Williams except where noted. Almost Dead Blues" – 4:05. Rolling Stone" (Traditional) – 4:49. A Thousand Miles from Nowhere" – 5:17. Thumbing a Ride" – 4:38. Free Again, album by Supreme Music Program 2007. Free Again (Robert Pete Williams album), 1961. Free Again, album from Nancy Wilson discography 1972. Free Again", 1966 hit song, from Barbra Streisand's Greatest Hits. Free Again", song by TNT from Transistor (TNT album).
Discovered in the Louisiana State Penitentiary, Robert Pete Williams became one of the great blues discoveries during the folk boom of the early '60s. His disregard for conventional patterns, tunings, and structures kept him from a wider audience, but his music remains one of the great, intense treats of the blues. As a child, he worked the fields with his family and never attended school
Robert Pete Williams' unusual melodies and maverick tunings made him one of the most appreciated folk-blues performers of the post-war period in America. Discovered in a Louisiana prison by intrepid folk aficionados, Williams eventually gained his freedom and went on to wow audiences around the country with the down-home, authentic blues sound that was all the rage in the early 1960s. About Robert Pete Williams. Robert Pete Williams' unusual melodies and maverick tunings made him one of the most appreciated folk-blues performers of the post-war period in America.
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|A1||–Son House||Depot Agent Blues|
|A2||–Son House||County Farm Blues|
|A3||–Son House||The Pony Blues|
|A4||–Son House||Death Letter Blues|
|B1||–Robert Pete Williams||I'm A Poor Boy Long Ways From Home|
|B2||–Robert Pete Williams||Workin' Woman Blues|
|B3||–Robert Pete Williams||I'm Down On My Knees|
|B4||–Robert Pete Williams||Oh Lord, Please Help Me On My Way|
|B5||–Robert Pete Williams||I'm Drunk Now|
- Printed By – HofmannDruck
- Producer – Evelyn Parth
- Recorded By – Johnny Parth (tracks: B1 to B5)
Notes"Recorded and issued by exclusive contractual agreement with the artists."
Son House recorded in 1965.
Robert Pete Williams recorded in Hinterbrühl, Austria, 1966.
Printed in Austria by Hofmanndruck.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: Austro Mechana
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout, Stamped): SL 501 A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout, Stamped): SL 5010 B
|ALLP-263||Son House And Robert Pete Williams||Son House And Robert Pete Williams - Live! (LP, Album, Ltd, RE)||Autogram||ALLP-263||Germany||1991|