Stray Polyps from the Internest
Polly Put Your Kettle On, Sonny Boy Williamson (1947) Williamson’s final recording session took place in Chicago in December 1947, in which he accompanied Big Joe Williams. On June 1, 1948, Williamson was killed in a robbery on Chicago’s South Side as he walked home from a performance at the Plantation Club. After his death, Alex “Rice” Miller stole the name for his own performances and recordings.
Sonny Boy Williamson – Vocals, Harmonica
Blind John Davis – Piano
Big Bill Broonzy – Guitar
Willie Dixon – String Bass
Charles Chick Sanders – Drums
Kitty, Daisy and Lewis did a great cover, previously posted in here. Note that Williamson’s lyrics differ from the children’s rhyme.
Tough summer job: Mail Boat Jumping.
16-year-old Prathamesh Jaju did this.
Why are you still wearing a mask outside?
Kid wore an I Voted For Joe Biden t-shirt & got reactions.
Someone Found a Color 8mm Home Video from 1939.
Google AI identified an image of a toy turtle as a rifle.
[Top image found here.]
From the Archives: 1 year ago. 5 years ago. 10 years ago.
[Teen finds vape pen, rubs it.]
Brayden: “Holy crap! A freakin Genie?!”
Genie: “I shall grant you one wish.”
Brayden: “I want a lot of money.”
Genie: “Rephrase that into a wish.”
Brayden: “I wish I had a lot of bread.”
Genie: “Heh. Done.” *poof*
[Image found here.]
[Found here, here and here. The top one is Alyssa of
Fried Rice Art. Cool video here.]
[Found in here.]