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Lonesome Road Blues
"William Lee Conley Broonzy became one of the most renowned blues singers-guitarists in the 1930s, popular enough to perform in concerts in England and Europe in the 1950s. He was not an uninhibited shouter of the Joe Turner school, nor did he exhibit the technique and sophistication on guitar that his contemporary, Aaron 'T-Bone' Walker, showed. Yet Big Bill demonstrated a distinctive, musical style of his own as the cuts in this album confirm."