Police identified the slain suspects as alias Popeye, and Arwin Dave Martin, alias Daboy, of San Jose del Monte City; Sonny Pablo, alias Sonny Boy
, of Malolos City; Rommel Mercado, alias Nog-Nog, of Santa Maria town; and Christian Abarquez, of Calumpit town.
At the age of 30, she picked up a harmonica, started listening to Sonny Boy
Williamson, and began blending Bakersfield-bred bluster with distorted Chicago blues.
Highlights of the studio album include their stylised renditions of Tom Rose's Morning Dew and Sonny Boy
Williamson's Good Morning Little Schoolgirl, whilst standouts on the live CD are Sitting On Top Of The World, It's All Over Now Baby Blue, Cream Puff War, Big Boss Man and the ten-minute long Viola Lee Blues.
Climb Upon My Knee Sonny Boy
was top of the pops in all the music halls during the 1930s and now gathers dust.
Born at a cotton farm in Tunica, Mississippi on July 1, 1935, Cotton started his six decades-long career as a musician by learning the instrument under Sonny Boy
Williamson II, going on to release two hit singles for Sun Records - "Straighten Up Baby" and "Cotton Crop Blues.
Tras conocer al legendario blusero Charlie Patton, su carrera se unio a la de otras leyendas del genero, como Sonny Boy
Williamson, Willie Brown y el mitico Robert Johnson.
He took pictures of The Beatles, Sonny Boy
Williamson, Muddy Waters, jazz and show business stars, actors and personalities such as Mandy Rice Davies.
In Burdon's autobiography, Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood (Thunder's Mouth Press 2001), he describes some of those exploits with John Lee Hooker, Jimmy Witherspoon, Big Joe Williams and Sonny Boy
Williamson and a legion of other big-league artists from Jimi Hendrix to the Beatles.
So, three years after I first heard Clark, on Blak and Blu, on a few live recordings, and in the Jon Favreau film, Chef, I couldn't wait to listen to his second studio album, The Story of Sonny Boy
Slim, which came out last month.
He recorded with US bluesmen Gene The Mighty Flea Connors and guitar legend Mickey Baker, Sonny Boy
Williamson and Memphis Slim as well as with leading rhythm and blues combo, King Pleasure & the Biscuit Boys.
Top musicians from Europe and America graced Redcar's Coatham Hotel to play for 1,000 plus fans, including tenor sax player Ben Webster, George Lewis, Henry "Red" Allen, Wild Bill Davison, Pee Wee Russell, Champion Jack Dupree, Ruby Braff, Sonny Boy
Williamson and Buck Clayton.
Jaro (Philippines) vs Toshiyuki Igarashi (Japan).