Sonny Black is a leading acoustic guitarist based in the UK, who plays blues, rags and original compositions usually fingerstyle or slide. "Sonny Black" is a pseudonym adopted when he began the first "Sonny Black's Blues Band". He previously became well known by his real name of Bill Boazman on the folk club circuit and at college gigs during the 1970s as a singer, songwriter and acoustic guitarist. He has been credited with accompanying J. J. Cale, but this is a fallacy arising from a typographic error involving an American musician with a similar name, Bob Brozman.
Various line-ups featured, at different times, Sam Kelly (drums), Dan Smith (piano), George Pearson (bass), Alan Glenn (harmonica), Dino Coccia and Damon Sawyer (drums) and Bob Haddrell (organ/piano).
01.Through Heaven's Eyes 5:03
02.Checkin' In 3:23
03.Blues Walkin' By My Side 6:18
04.If I Ever Get To Heaven 3:58
05.Raggin' The Strings 1:20
06.Grant's Groove 4:30
07.Rockin' With Bill 1:58
08.Would I Be Right 4:40
09.Blues Is King 5:57
11.Kelly's Blues 3:49