(Reelin' In The Years Archives)
Can someone please explain to us why Sonny Boy Williamson is not in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame? (crickets chirping, frogs ribbiting). Exactly. He influenced all the young rock groups of the 60s, from the Allman Brothers to Led Zeppelin. This clip is proof enough that this man embodied all of the greatest characteristics of the blues--from gut-wrenching soul to raw, badass musicianship. Check him playing that harmonica with no hands at the end. Too cool for words. Our archive houses many iconic blues performances from Howlin' Wolf, Muddy Waters, Lightning Hopkins, Willie Dixon, Son House, Mississippi Fred McDowell, John Lee Hooker, Big Mama Thornton, T-Bone Walker and Buddy Guy. Our American Folk Blues Festival 1962-1969 DVD series was nominated for a GRAMMY in 2003.相変わらず、絶好調～♪
Reelin' In The Years Productions houses the world's largest library of music footage, containing over 20,000 hours of material covering nearly every genre from the last 60 years. We have live concerts, TV appearances, interviews, in-studio segments, b-roll and more. In addition to music we have thousands of hours of interviews with the most recognizable celebrities, comedians, politicians, athletes, artists and authors of the 20th Century. If you need footage for your film, documentary, TV show, commercial, museum exhibit or presentation, we are your one-stop shop. Visit our online database at http://www.reelinintheyears.com to explore our archive, but please email us as we are constantly adding new material to the archive. We do not supply material to fans or collectors under any circumstance, so please do not contact us if that is your intention.