A Major Figure In American Blues And Folk Music, Big Bill Broonzy 1903 1958 Left His Arkansas Delta Home After World War I, Headed North, And Became The Leading Chicago Bluesman Of The 1930s His Success Came As He Fused Traditional Rural Blues With The Electrified Sound That Was Beginning To Emerge In Chicago This, However, Was Just One Step In His Remarkable Journey Big Bill Was Constantly Reinventing Himself, Both In Reality And In His Retellings Of It Bob Riesman S Groundbreaking Biography Tells The Compelling Life Story Of A Lost Figure From The Annals Of Music History I Feel So Good Traces Big Bill S Career From His Rise As A Nationally Prominent Blues Star, Including His Historic 1938 Appearance At Carnegie Hall, To His Influential Role In The Post World War II Folk Revival, When He Sang About Racial Injustice Alongside Pete Seeger And Studs Terkel Riesman S Account Brings The Reader Into The Jazz Clubs And Concert Halls Of Europe, As Big Bill S Overseas Tours In The 1950s Ignited The British Blues Rock Explosion Of The 1960s Interviews With Eric Clapton, Pete Townshend, And Ray Davies Reveal Broonzy S Profound Impact On The British Rockers Who Would Follow Him And Change The Course Of Popular Music Along The Way, Riesman Details Big Bill S Complicated And Poignant Personal Saga He Was Married Three Times And Became A Father At The Very End Of His Life To A Child Half A World Away He Also Brings To Light Big Bill S Final Years, When He First Lost His Voice, Then His Life, To Cancer, Just As His International Reputation Was Reaching Its Peak Featuring Many Rarely Seen Photos, I Feel So Good Will Be The Definitive Account Of Big Bill Broonzy S Life And Music.
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- 366 pages
- I Feel So Good
- Bob Riesman
- 06 October 2017 Bob Riesman