Sonny Boy Williamson Soundtracks

Sonny Boy Williamson
Alex Miller, known professionally as Sonny Boy Williamson, was an American blues harmonica player, singer and songwriter, from Mississippi. He is acknowledged as one of the most charismatic and influential blues musicians, with considerable prowess on the harmonica and highly creative songwriting skills. He recorded successfully in the 1950s and 1960s, and had a direct influence on later blues and...
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Filmography: Sonny Boy Williamson songs

Play Soundtrack Movie/Serie Type Buy song
play soundtrack Pontiac blues The funeral performer
play soundtrack One way out Almost famous writer
play soundtrack One way out The dukes of hazzard writer
play soundtrack One way out Lords of dogtown writer
play soundtrack One way out The departed writer
play soundtrack One way out Wetlands preserved: the story of an activist nightclub writer
play soundtrack One way out Fields of fuel writer
play soundtrack Ol' man mose Toast of the town writer
play soundtrack Nine below zero Barfly performer
play soundtrack Mr. down child The funeral performer
play soundtrack Help me baby Groupies writer
play soundtrack Help me Secondhand lions writer, performer
play soundtrack Help me The fall performer
play soundtrack Good morning little school girl Jonny lang live at montreux 1999 writer
play soundtrack Eyesight to the blind (the hawker) Listening to you: the who at the isle of wight 1970 writer
play soundtrack Eyesight to the blind Tommy composer, writer
play soundtrack Don't start me talking Who shot patakango? performer
play soundtrack Cross my heart The blues performer
play soundtrack Bring it on home Mulholland dr. performer
play soundtrack Bring it on home Parashat ha-shavua performer
   Checkin' up on my baby American gangster writer
   Come on in this house The blues performer
   Fattening frogs for snakes Frogs for snakes writer
   Good morning little school girl Jane b. par agnès v. writer
   Help me Things to do in denver when you're dead writer
   Shke the boogie' aka 'ol' man mose The blues writer