|A1||I'm Sticking With You, Baby|
|A2||Me And The Blues|
|A4||Rocks In My Bed|
|A5||Come On Blues|
|A6||Work Song (Workin')|
|B2||Early In The Morning|
|B3||Good Morning Heartache|
|LPM-2879||Joe Williams||Me And The Blues (LP, Mono)||Rca Victor||LPM-2879||US||1964|
|RD-7638||Joe Williams||Me And The Blues (LP, Mono)||Rca Victor||RD-7638||UK||1964|
|07863 52879-2||Joe Williams||Me And The Blues (CD, Album, RE, RM)||RCA Victor||07863 52879-2||US||1994|
|74321 21823 2||Joe Williams||Me And The Blues (CD, Album, RE)||RCA Victor||74321 21823 2||Germany||1994|
|LSP-2879||Joe Williams||Me And The Blues (LP)||Rca Victor||LSP-2879||US||1964|
Joe Williams, Jimmy Mundy Orchestra. 2013 Original Album Plus Bonus Tracks 1958. Everyday I Have the Blues. Count Basie & His Orchestra, Joe Williams, Count Basie and His Orchestra, Joe Williams. 2013 Original Album Plus Bonus Tracks 1959. Sing Along With Basie. Joe Williams, Dave Lambert, Jon Hendricks, Annie Ross, The Count Basie Band. 2013 Original Album Plus Bonus Tracks 1960. Legendary Bop, Rhythm & Blues Classics: Joe Williams. 2010 Digitally Remastered. The Best Of Joe Williams. 2010 Digtally Remastered.
Album by Joe Williams. I'm Sticking with You, Baby. Rocks in My Bed. Come on Blues. Soothe Me. Early in the Morning. Good Morning Heartache. MusicBrainz: Me and the Blues.
Joe Williams (born Joseph Goreed; December 12, 1918 – March 29, 1999) was an American jazz singer. He sang with big bands such as the Count Basie Orchestra and the Lionel Hampton Orchestra and with his combos. He sang in two films with the Basie orchestra and sometimes worked as an actor. Williams was born in Cordele, Georgia, the son of Willie Goreed and Anne Beatrice née Gilbert. When he was about three, his mother and grandmother took him to Chicago.
Joseph Leon Williams (February 3, 1935 – December 1, 2018), better known as Jody Williams, was an American blues guitarist and singer. His singular guitar playing, marked by flamboyant string-bending, imaginative chord voicings and a distinctive tone, was influential in the Chicago blues scene of the 1950s. In the mid-1950s, Williams was one of the most sought-after session guitarists in Chicago, but he was little known outside the music industry, since his name rarely appeared on discs.
1. (00:02:45) Joe Williams - I'm Sticking with You, Baby. 2. (00:03:02) Joe Williams - Me and the Blues. 3. (00:02:55) Joe Williams - Every Night. 4. (00:03:36) Joe Williams - Rocks in My Bed. 5. (00:02:53) Joe Williams - Come on Blues. 6. (00:02:31) Joe Williams - Workin' (Work Song). 7. (00:02:21) Joe Williams - Soothe Me.
Tracklist: 1. I Been Wrong But I’ll Be Right, 2. Black Gal You’re Sure Looking Warm, 3. When I First Left Home, 4. Little Annie Mae, 5. Levee Break Blues, 6. Hang It Up On The Wall, 7. Lone Wolf, 8. This Heavy Stuff Of Mine, 9. Tell My Mother, 10. Big Fat Mama, 11. Back On My Feet, 12. Jefferson And Franklin Blues. 1. I Been Wrong But I’ll Be Right. Black Gal You’re Sure Looking Warm. When I First Left Home. Levee Break Blues. Hang It Up On The Wall. 8. This Heavy Stuff Of Mine.