Monday, March 7

Ralph Willis

Wikipedia - "Ralph Willis (1910 – June 11, 1957) was an American Piedmont and country blues singer, guitarist and songwriter. Some of his Savoy records were released under pseudonyms, such as Alabama Slim, Washboard Pete and Sleepy Joe. Willis was born near Birmingham, Alabama. In the late 1930s, Willis moved to North Carolina and started to play along with musicians who were familiar with Blind Boy Fuller. Willis recorded his debut material in 1944, and continued until 1953, issuing fifty tracks via several record labels including Savoy, Signature, 20th Century, Abbey, Jubilee, Prestige, Par, and King Records. ..."
American Music
YouTube: New Goin' Down Slow, Door Bell Blues, I'm gonna rock, Old home blues, Income Tax Blues, Tell Me Pretty Baby, Somebody Is Got To Go, Cool That Thing, Ralph Willis & Brownie McGhee - Sportin' Life, Why'd You Do It, Christmas Blues, Mama Mama Blues, Gonna Hop On Down The Line, Going To Virginia, Comb Your Kitty Cat, Blues, Blues, Blues, Boar Hog Blues, Amen Blues, Everyday I Weep And Moan, Eloise, Alabama Trio Steel Mill Blues