Big Bill Broonzy Good Time

Big Bill Broonzy – S/T (Treat Me Right) (1967) 24-bit 96kHZ vinyl rip and redbook

Big Bill Broonzy – Big Bill Broonzy
Vinyl rip in 24-bit / 96kHZ and redbook | FLAC | no cue or log (vinyl) | artwork
652 MB (24/96) + 158 MB (RB) | HF,RS,FF | Blues | Archive Of Folk & Jazz Music FS213

Like so many great American artists, especially those in blues and jazz, Big Bill Broonzy fled to Europe when times got tough stateside, and was duly accorded the respect he deserved. TREAT ME RIGHT contains some of his earliest recording after his 1951 trip across the pond. A number of the tracks included here are classics he’d been playing for some time, but they were new to listeners in France, where the album was first released. The title, which is a play on the tune “Treat Everybody Right,” can be seen in retrospect as a plea for understanding from the man who’d left his homeland in search of artistic succor. There are solid renditions of such chestnuts as “See See Rider” and “Baby Please Don’t Go,” and it’s easy to imagine the thrill of discovery the European audience must have felt digging into the rich loam of blues history that was Big Bill Broonzy.
Big Bill Broonzy - The Bill Broonzy Story (1999) 3CD Set [Repost]

Big Bill Broonzy - The Bill Broonzy Story (1999) 3CD Set
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 667 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 490 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans ~ 117 Mb
Blues, Country Blues, Folk Blues, Acoustic Chicago Blues | Label: Verve | # 547 555-2 | 03:23:52

Originally recorded in 1957, these sessions turned out to be the last the legendary Big Bill Broonzy would record; only a little over a year later, he succumbed to lung cancer. This collection consists not of fan or producer favorites, but Broonzy favorites, and includes a variety of blues, folk, and devotional music. Though he was instrumental to the development of the blues and the Chicago sound, much of the material on this three-disc set reaches back to the music that the blues came from, with a lot of drop-in help from Broonzy's friends, of which there were many. That makes these recordings not only recordings, but documentation, a testament to a bluesman who was at once musician and historian.
Georgia Tom Dorsey & Big Bill Broonzy – The Famous Hokum Boys (2015)

Georgia Tom Dorsey & Big Bill Broonzy – The Famous Hokum Boys (2015)
Blues | FLAC lossless/2cd | cuesheets+logs | covers+booklets | 2h23m51s | 269mb
Label: JSP | cat. no. JSP 4238A/B
Stefan Grossman's Guitar Workshop - The Ragtime and Blues Guitar of Big Bill Broonzy - DVD

The Ragtime and Blues Guitar of Big Bill Broonzy - 2 DVDs
ISO, MPEG-2, ~4391 kbps | 720x480, 30 fps | MP3, 44 kHz, 192 kbps | English | ~ 4 hours | 8.7 Gb
Dave Alvin & Phil Alvin - Common Ground: Dave Alvin & Phil Alvin Play and Sing the Songs of Big Bill Broonzy (2014)

Dave Alvin & Phil Alvin - Common Ground: Dave Alvin & Phil Alvin Play and Sing the Songs of Big Bill Broonzy (2014)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 298 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 123 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Roots Rock, Americana, Acoustic Blues, Country Rock, Rock & Roll | Label: YEP ROC | # YEP-2384 | Time: 00:42:44

Blasters founders Dave Alvin and Phil Alvin have had a famously combative relationship over the years, but as Dave once said, "We argue sometimes, but we never argue about Big Bill Broonzy." So it's fitting that their love of Big Bill brings them together in the recording studio for their first album together since the Blasters' Hard Line in 1985. Common Ground: Dave Alvin & Phil Alvin Play & Sing the Songs of Big Bill Broonzy features the Alvin Brothers performing a dozen songs from the Broonzy songbook, and while listening to this is a potent reminder of how good Broonzy's songs still sound in the 21st century, it also demonstrates the complementary talents of Dave and Phil Alvin.
Masters of the Country Blues - Roosevelt Sykes and Big Bill Broonzy

Masters of the Country Blues - Roosevelt Sykes and Big Bill Broonzy
DVD5 | NTSC 4:3 (720x480) VBR | MPEG2 ~8357 kbps | English: AC3, 224 kb/s (2 ch) | 00:52:08 | 3.04 GB
Genre: Piano, Guitar lessons

First up is Big Bill Broonzy pulling out all the stops for a smokey bistro set in '56 and '57, followed by a Roosevelt Sykes studio session from '61. Songs include The Honeydripper; Night Time Is the Right Time; Sweet Old Chicago; House Rent Stomp; Saturday Night Blues; Guitar Shuffle, and more.

The Guitar of Big Bill Broonzy taught by Woody Mann  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by FenixN at Jan. 25, 2015
The Guitar of Big Bill Broonzy taught by Woody Mann

The Guitar of Big Bill Broonzy taught by Woody Mann
DVD5 | NTSC 4:3 (720x480) VBR | MPEG2 ~5759 kbps | English: AC3, 192 kb/s (2 ch) | 01:30:23 | + JPG Booklet | 3.89 GB
Genre: Guitar lessons

Big Bill Broonzy’s recording career spanned from 1927 until his death in 1958. His repertoire was well recorded, from solo to duets to ensemble playing. He was rediscovered just as the "folk-revival" began in the early 1950s. Big Bill was a master of ragtime and country blues guitar. His playing was highlighted by a strong pulsating bass and melodic lead lines. Woody Mann carefully explains Big Bill’s techniques and style in this video lesson.

Blue Smoke: The Recorded Journey of Big Bill Broonzy  

Posted by sasha82 at Dec. 11, 2014
Blue Smoke: The Recorded Journey of Big Bill Broonzy

Blue Smoke: The Recorded Journey of Big Bill Broonzy (LSU Press Paperback Original) by Roger House
2010 | ISBN: 0807137200 | English | 255 pages | PDF | 2 MB
Big Bill Broonzy and Washboard Sam - Big Bill Broonzy and Washboard Sam (1953) [Reissue 1986]

Big Bill Broonzy and Washboard Sam - Big Bill Broonzy and Washboard Sam (1953) [Reissue 1986]
EAC Rip | FLAC Tracks + Cue + Log - 178 MB | MP3 CBR @320 kbps - 56.6 MB | Full scans - 41.2 MB
Label: MCA Records / Chess | Catalog.#: CHD-9251 | Genre: Chicago Blues

Although Chess didn't bother to anthologize these sides into album form until the early '60s, this marvelous collection actually dates from 1953. Broonzy and Sam are both in great form here, sharing the vocals throughout and recalling their earlier days as Bluebird label and session mates. The sound is fleshed out by the addition of guitarist Lee Cooper (who at times almost sounds a bit too modern for the genre being explored here, throwing in what can only be described as Chuck Berry licks) and Big Crawford on upright bass.
Dave Alvin & Phil Alvin - Common Ground: Dave & Phil Alvin Play and Sing the Songs of Big Bill Broonzy (2014)

Dave Alvin & Phil Alvin - Common Ground: Dave & Phil Alvin Play and Sing the Songs of Big Bill Broonzy
Blues, Country, Americana | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 42:38 min | 104 MB + 5% Recovery
Label: Yep Roc Records | Tracks: 12 | Rls.date: 2014

Blasters founders Dave Alvin and Phil Alvin have had a famously combative relationship over the years, but as Dave once said, "We argue sometimes, but we never argue about Big Bill Broonzy." So it's fitting that their love of Big Bill brings them together in the recording studio for their first album together since the Blasters' Hard Line in 1985. Common Ground: Dave Alvin & Phil Alvin Play & Sing the Songs of Big Bill Broonzy features the Alvin Brothers performing a dozen songs from the Broonzy songbook, and while listening to this is a potent reminder of how good Broonzy's songs still sound in the 21st century, it also demonstrates the complementary talents of Dave and Phil Alvin.