Robert Pete Williams
14 Shouts - 105,238 Scrobbles
Robert Pete Williams (March 14, 1914 – December 31, 1980) was an American blues musician, based in Louisiana. His music characteristically employs unconventional blues tunings and structures, and his songs are often about the time he served in prison. His song "I've Grown So Ugly" was covered by Captain Beefheart, on his album Safe as Milk (1967), whose version was later covered by The Black Keys, on Rubber Factory (2004).
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- You Used To Be A Sweet Cover Shaker - (4:45) - 400 plays
- I've Grown So Ugly - (2:47) - 276 plays
- Goodbye Slim Harpo - (5:25) - 210 plays
- A Thousand Miles from Nowhere - (5:15) - 135 plays
- Almost Dead Blues - (4:02) - 135 plays
- Dyin' Soul - (4:21) - 116 plays
- Rolling Stone - (4:46) - 119 plays
- Free Again - (5:01) - 106 plays
- Pardon Denied Again - (4:44) - 81 plays
- Hobo Worried Blues - (4:08) - 61 plays