You Better Stop - Andrew Brown - Big Browns Blues (Box Set)

1 min read

About the author


View all posts


  • Tragically under-recorded until late in his career, Chicago blues guitarist Andrew Brown still had time enough to wax a handful of great singles during the mid-'60s and two '80s albums that beautifully showcased his fluid, concise lead guitar and hearty vocals.
  • Classic Box Set (The Bill Broonzy Story) Big Bill Broonzy to hear him perform his classy brand of blues in clubs throughout Chicago's southern suburbs referred to guitarist Andrew Brown as Big Brown. / You're Gonna Need Me / You Better Stop / You Ought To Be Ashamed / Can't Let You Go / For Liz / Blue Monday / You Made Me Suffer / Got.
  • Song information for You Better Stop - Andrew Brown on AllMusic. Song information for You Better Stop - Andrew Brown on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases Ain't Times Hard: Political and Social Comment In The Blues. Charly Records: AllMusic | AllMovie.
  • Feb 22,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Box Set release of Big Browns Blues on Discogs/5(7).
  • Apr 08,  · Andrew recorded his first album tracks for Alligator’s Living Chicago Blues series in The exposure won him a following in Europe, and he went on to record two albums for European labels, Big Brown’s Chicago Blues on Black Magic Records and On The Case on Double Trouble Records, both produced by long-time friend and fan Dick Shurman.
  • You'd better stop Before you go and break my heart Ooh you'd better stop If you love me (You will remember) Now's the time to be sorry (That day forever) I won't believe that you'd walk out on me.
  • The formats of "DJ" and "Stop" received a staggered release. On 1 November , the two-track CD one was released along with the "DJ" CD release. Due to time constraints, the "Stop" music video (directed by Alex Hemming) could not be added in time to make the 1 November release date and so the CD two was released a week later on 8 November
  • Big Brown's Chicago Blues, an Album by Andrew Brown. Released in on Black Magic (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Chicago Blues.
  • If you’re a Cleveland Browns fan wondering why everything went wrong for your team, here are answers. Veteran sports columnist Terry Pluto explains how the franchise compiled the NFL’s worst record since returning in in this detailed analysis of upheaval in the front office, frustration on the field, and heartache in the stands.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *