Twist And Shout

UK collection. The Big Three Trio were a hugely popular night club act who sold considerable quantities of records especially to jukebox operators. Although ostensibly a blues group they had, thanks to their three-part harmony singing a direct link to the jump jive vocal groups of the 1930s. These recordings made between 1946 and 1952 predate Willie Dixon's emergence as Chicago's preeminent producer and writer of classic blues. Includes their only chart entry "You Sure Look Good To Me" which was released in 1952. Here then are The Big Three Trio and a collection of their influential recordings which can now be seen as an integral part of what would become known as Chicago Blues, a genre that would by the 1960s redefine rock music.
UK collection. The Big Three Trio were a hugely popular night club act who sold considerable quantities of records especially to jukebox operators. Although ostensibly a blues group they had, thanks to their three-part harmony singing a direct link to the jump jive vocal groups of the 1930s. These recordings made between 1946 and 1952 predate Willie Dixon's emergence as Chicago's preeminent producer and writer of classic blues. Includes their only chart entry "You Sure Look Good To Me" which was released in 1952. Here then are The Big Three Trio and a collection of their influential recordings which can now be seen as an integral part of what would become known as Chicago Blues, a genre that would by the 1960s redefine rock music.
604988311426
Big Three Trio / Willie Dixon - Chicago Harmonisers: Their Greatest Recordings

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Format: CD
Label: JSMR
Rel. Date: 04/19/2019
UPC: 604988311426

Chicago Harmonisers: Their Greatest Recordings
Artist: Big Three Trio / Willie Dixon
Format: CD
New: Available $13.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. You Sure Look Good to Me
2. Signifying Monkey
3. If the Sea Was Whiskey
4. Money Tree Blues
5. After While (We Gonna Drink a Little Whiskey)
6. Reno Blues
7. I'll Be Right Some Day
8. Just Can't Let Her Be
9. Since My Baby Gone 1
10. Big Three Boogie 1
11. Evening 1
12. 88 Boogie 1
13. I Feel Like Steppin' Out 1
14. Hard Notch Boogie Beat 1
15. I Ain't Gonna Be Your Monkey Man No More 1
16. Big Three Stomp 1
17. No One to Love Me 1
18. Don't Let That Music Die 1
19. Appetite Blues 2
20. It's All Over 2
21. Tell That Woman 2
22. Blue Because of You 2
23. Lonesome 2
24. Violent Love 2
25. Got You on My Mind 2
26. You Don't Love Me No More 2
27. Come Here Baby 2
28. My Love Will Never Die

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UK collection. The Big Three Trio were a hugely popular night club act who sold considerable quantities of records especially to jukebox operators. Although ostensibly a blues group they had, thanks to their three-part harmony singing a direct link to the jump jive vocal groups of the 1930s. These recordings made between 1946 and 1952 predate Willie Dixon's emergence as Chicago's preeminent producer and writer of classic blues. Includes their only chart entry "You Sure Look Good To Me" which was released in 1952. Here then are The Big Three Trio and a collection of their influential recordings which can now be seen as an integral part of what would become known as Chicago Blues, a genre that would by the 1960s redefine rock music.
        
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