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Big Bill Broonzy: The Guitar of Big Bill Broonzy: (Arr. Stefan Grossman): Solo pour Guitare

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TYPE DE PRODUIT: Album de collection
ÉDITEUR: Mel Bay Publications
When I first heard Big Bill Broonzy. I saw a clip of him on TV playing in a nightclub lot by the light of a single bulb. The tune he was playing was a song called “Hey Hey” and it knocked me out. When I first heard Big Bill and later Robert Johnson, I became convinced that all rock n roll…had sprung
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Arranger Stefan Grossman
Artiste Big Bill Broonzy
Description Instrument Group Guitare
Instrumentation Solo pour Guitare
Instrumentation Guitare
Type de produit Album de collection
Description Product Type Recueil + Enregistrement(s) en ligne
Niveau de difficulté INTERMEDIATE
Éditeur Mel Bay Publications
Genre Pop & rock
Année de publication 2023
Nombre de Pages 116
ISBN 9781513474885
Edition Number 31186M
MB31186M
Description
When I first heard Big Bill Broonzy. I saw a clip of him on TV playing in a nightclub lot by the light of a single bulb. The tune he was playing was a song called “Hey Hey” and it knocked me out. When I first heard Big Bill and later Robert Johnson, I became convinced that all rock n roll…had sprung from this root.” – Eric Clapton“I saw Big Bill Broonzy when I was about eight and he encapsulated everything I wanted to be: to sing, to play the guitar and to be black.”– Keith Richards of The Rolling Stones Big Bill Broonzy was among the finest and most influential of the early blues singers. In November 1927 Big Bill’s first record, House Rent Stomp, was released.  Over the next 30 years Big Bill recorded over 260 blues songs. In his postwar career as a folk blues singer, he introduced the music to white audiences. His impact as a guitarist was profound. Eric Clapton, Bert Jansch, John Renbourn, Davey Graham, Martin Carthy, Keith Richards, Ray Davies, Jeff Beck, and many others, all professed to their sense of wonder on seeing or hearing Big Bill play. Bert Jansch bought a Big Bill EP and, “spent a year trying to play that stuff.”This collection presents 22 of Big Bill’s guitar arrangements. Titles include:Key of C Big Bill Blues, Too Too Train Blues, Long Tall Mama, Shuffle Rag, Guitar Shuffle, Slow Blues, Skoodle Do Do, At the Break of Day, Friendless Blues, St. Louis Blues, Bill Bailey Won’t You Please Come Home Key of A Big Bill’s Guitar Blues, Starvation Blues, Five Feet Seven Key of G Bull Cow Blues, Shelby County Blues, Louise Louise Key of E Hey Hey, I’ll Be Back Home Again, The Banker’s Blues, Mississippi River Blues, Worry You Off My Mind/Part One
Song List
  • 1. Big Bill Broonzy by Chris Smith [Big Bill Broonzy]
  • 2. Big Bill Broonzy’s Playing Style & Techniques [Big Bill Broonzy]
  • 3. Explanation of the Tab System [Big Bill Broonzy]
  • 4. Key of C [Big Bill Broonzy]
  • 5. Big Bill Blues [Big Bill Broonzy]
  • 6. Too Too Train Blues [Big Bill Broonzy]
  • 7. Long Tall Mama [Big Bill Broonzy]
  • 8. Shuffle Rag [Big Bill Broonzy]
  • 9. Guitar Shuffle [Big Bill Broonzy]
  • 10. Skoodle Do Do [Big Bill Broonzy]
  • 11. Slow Blues [Big Bill Broonzy]
  • 12. At The Break of Day [Big Bill Broonzy]
  • 13. Friendless Blues [Big Bill Broonzy]
  • 14. St Louis Blues [Big Bill Broonzy]
  • 15. Bill Bailey, Won’t You Please Come Home [Big Bill Broonzy]
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