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  1. Mikasho

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    Joseph Lee "Big Joe" Williams (October 16, – December 17, ) was an American Delta blues guitarist, singer and songwriter, notable for the distinctive sound of his nine-string guitar. Performing over four decades, he recorded the songs "Baby Please Don't Go", "Crawlin' King Snake" and "Peach Orchard Mama", among many others, for various record labels, including Bluebird, Delmark.
  2. Kigamuro

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    Joseph Lee Williams (October 16, – December 17, ), billed throughout his career as Big Joe Williams, was an American Delta blues guitarist, singer and songwriter, notable for the distinctive sound of his nine-string guitar. Performing over four decades, he recorded such songs as "Baby Please Don't Go", "Crawlin' King Snake" and "Peach Orchard Mama" for a variety of record labels.
  3. Daimi

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    Joseph Lee Williams, billed throughout his career as Big Joe Williams, was an American Delta blues guitarist, singer and songwriter, notable for the distinctive sound of his nine-string guitar. Performing over four decades, he recorded such songs as "Baby Please Don't Go", "Crawlin' King Snake" and "Peach Orchard Mama" for a variety of record End date: May 12,
  4. Kigazil

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    Performing over four decades, he recorded such songs as "Baby Please Don't Go", "Crawlin' King Snake" and "Peach Orchard Mama" for a variety of record labels, including Bluebird, Delmark, Okeh, Prestige and Vocalion. Williams was inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame on October 4, Williams as a youth began wandering acr read more.
  5. Akigor

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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Big Joe Williams on Discogs. Label: RCA - FXM1 • Series: Bluebird Series (2) - N° 8 • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation, Reissue • Country: France • Genre: Blues • Style: Country Blues/5(3).
  6. Shakajin

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    Wiki "Baby, Please Don't Go" is a blues song first recorded by Big Joe Williams in It is related to a group of early 20th century blues and work songs that include "Alabama Bound", "Another Man Done Gone", and "Don't Leave Me Here", and "Turn Your Lamp Down Low".
  7. Tygoshura

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    Delta blues musician Big Joe Williams popularized the song with several versions beginning in "Baby, Please Don't Go" is likely an adaptation of "Long John", an old folk theme which dates back to the time of slavery in the United States.
  8. Kagashura

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    Big Joe Williams, not to be confused with Joe Williams, singer with the Count Basie Band in the s, was born in Crawford, Mississippi, on October 16, but began traveling beyond Mississippi in his youth, playing guitar and singing in lumber camps, and settled to an unsettled life - the classic roaming blues musician. He first recorded in , gaining what was, in the Depression, an.

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