Little Willie John
Genres:
Blues, R&B
Meta styles:
Early R&B, Electric Blues, Soul
Style:
Urban Blues

Little Willie John (William Edward John, November 15, 1937 - May 26, 1968), was an American Rhythm & Blues singer who performed in the 1950s and early 1960s. Many sources erroneously give his middle name as Edgar. He is best known for his popular music chart successes with songs such as, "All Around the World" (1955), "Need Your Love So Bad" (1956) and "Fever" the same year, the latter covered in 1958 by Peggy Lee. An important figure in early R&B music, Little Willie John was a 1996 Inductee into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

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The Very Best Of Little Willie John

The Very Best Of Little Willie John

Year:
2001
Tracks:
25
Bitrate:
199 kbps
Fever: The Best Of Little Willie John

Fever: The Best Of Little Willie John

Year:
1993
Tracks:
20
Bitrate:
320 kbps
Fever: The Best Of

Fever: The Best Of

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Tracks:
20
Bitrate:
192 kbps
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