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Sweet Home Chicago - Robert Johnson - King Of The Delta Blues Singers Vol. II (CD)

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  1. Tonos Reply
    Buy King Of The Delta Blues Singers (CD) by Robert Johnson (CD $). Amoeba Music. Ships Free in the U.S.
  2. Arabei Reply
    King of the Delta Blues Singers, Vol. II is a compilation album by American blues musician Robert Johnson, released in by Columbia Records. In , the album was ranked number on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the greatest albums of all time.
  3. Mutilar Reply
    The (Mississippi) Delta blues was a rootsy sparse style with passionate vocals accompanied by slide guitar. The little-recorded Robert Johnson[70] combined elements of urban and rural blues. In addition to Robert Johnson, influential performers of this style .
  4. Moogugul Reply
    King of the Delta Blues Singers Vol. II — Robert Johnson (Columbia, ) Columbia’s first King of the Delta Blues Singerscompilation was a vehicle for the discovery of Robert Johnson by a new audience in
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    ROBERT JOHNSON - KING OF THE DELTA BLUES SINGERS fullledevilmesitimentmoburarle.co
  6. Muramar Reply
    A wonderful follow-up to the first compilation (King of the Delta Blues Singers) of Robert Johnson's small library of recorded fullledevilmesitimentmoburarle.co album boasts the first album appearance of "Love in Vain," as well as a number of other blues classics penned by the artist/
  7. Shakaramar Reply
    Robert Johnson, vocal and guitar. Recorded November 23, , San Antonio, Texas. Released in on Vocalion (78 rpm). First reissued c. on a bootleg LP, Kokomo K, Mississippi Delta Blues Singer. Rereleased by Columbia on LP C, King of the Delta Blues Singers, Volume II .
  8. Moogugrel Reply
    Apr 04,  · fullledevilmesitimentmoburarle.co " Sweet Home Chicago " (, San Antonio) ROBERT JOHNSON.
  9. Gardazragore Reply
    Room of the Gunter was the scene of a historic recording session by blues artist Robert Johnson. Talent scout H. C. Speir had arranged the session with Brunswick Records who set up a temporary studio in the hotel where Johnson recorded a number of songs including the blues classic Sweet Home Chicago/5(57).

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