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Album Review

Little Sonny's second Enterprise LP was an impressive affair showcasing both his sinuous harp and rich vocals. Includes the Al Bell-produced "Where Women Got Meat on Their Bones" (later covered by Son Seals) and a fine rendition of "Wade in the Water."


Born: October 6, 1932 in Greensboro, AL

Genre: Blues

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '90s

The Stax empire wasn't exactly renowned for its legion of blues harpists, but Little Sonny found the Memphis firm quite an agreeable home during the early '70s (he even appeared in the label's grandiose concert film, Wattstax, albeit very briefly). Little Sonny, whose birth name is Aaron Willis, is a product of Detroit's blues scene. He moved to the Motor City in 1953 after growing up on his dad's farm in Alabama (his mom gave him his nickname). When Little Sonny wasn't working local haunts with...
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