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Little Sonny - Hard Goin' Up mp3 download

Performer: Little Sonny
Title: Hard Goin' Up
Style: Electric Harmonica Blues,Piano Blues
Location: Pac-3 Recording Studio, Detroit, MI
Duration: 41:00
Released: 1973
Size MP3 version: 1185 mb
Size FLAC version: 1777 mb
Size WMA version: 1237 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 696
Genre: Blues

Little Sonny - Hard Goin' Up mp3 download

LITTLE SONNY - It's Hard Going Up (But Twice As Hard Coming Down) ALBUM Hard Goin' Up (1973).

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Little Sonny - 3 Albums(1970-1973) Little Sonny - Black & Blue (1971) 01 - Hung U. lac 02 - Sonny's Fever. flac 03 - You Got A Good Thing. 2. My Woman Is Good To M. lac. 3. You're Spreading Yourself A Little Too Thin. 4. The Day You Left M. 5. You Can Be Replaced. 6. Do It Right No. 7. You Made Me Strong.

Cover Design, Creative Director, Design. Guitar, Harmonica, Primary Artist, Producer, Vocals. The South Memphis Horns.

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Hard Goin' Up. Play album. New King Of The Blues Harmonica. Black & Blue (Remastered). 11 tracks · 29 August 2006.

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Little Sonny from Greenville AL was one of five men using the same name! This guy was a superb harp player, recorded for Stax and had his own Speedway label. Sonny’s next albums revealed his fine soulful voice on ‘Black and Blue’ in 1972 and ‘Hard Goin’ Up’ the following year, which featured his son Aaron Jr. on guitar. As part of the Stax organisation, Sonny played at the WattStax Festival in LA, and appeared briefly in the subsequent movie, but when Stax went down, Sonny returned to the more low-profile life of a working Blues-club player.

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 It's Hard Going Up (But Twice as Hard Coming Down) Bettye Crutcher Little Sonny 3:56
2 My Woman Is Good to Me Bettye Crutcher Little Sonny 6:12
3 You're Spreading Yourself a Little Too Thin Little Sonny 2:57
4 The Day You Left Me Little Sonny 4:32
5 You Can Be Replaced Little Sonny 3:26
6 Do It Right Now Little Sonny 2:45
7 You Made Me Strong Little Sonny 8:09
8 Sure Is Good Little Sonny 5:34
9 I Want You Little Sonny 3:29


Richard Becker - Engineer, Rhythm Engineer
Pete Bishop - Engineer, Horn Engineer, Remixing
Rob Bowman - Liner Notes
Roderick Chandler - Bass
Bettye Crutcher - Composer
Phil DeLancie - Remastering
Maldwin Hamlin - Photography
David Hogan - Cover Design, Creative Director, Design
Little Sonny - Guitar, Harmonica, Primary Artist, Producer, Vocals
Rudy Robinson - Keyboards
Curtis Sharp - Drums
The South Memphis Horns - Horn Arrangements
Frederick Toma - Photography
Arris Wheaton - Remixing
Aaron G. Willis, Jr. - Guitar, Rhythm Arrangements
Eddie Willis - Guitar
Sam Witcher - Guitar
Zorn Productions - Producer