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MUSICAL RECORDING
Title From four until late / Robert Johnson.
Imprint [Place of publication not identified] : Synergie OMP, [2009]

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Subject Blues (Music) -- 1931-1940.
Alt Name Johnson, Robert, 1911-1938,
Description 1 online resource (1 audio file (77 min.))
male voice 1 guitar 1 1 lcmpt
Performer Robert Johnson, vocals and guitar.
Contents Kindhearted woman blues -- I believe I'll dust my broom -- Sweet home Chicago -- Ramblin' on my mind -- When you got a good friend -- Come on in my kitchen -- Terraplane blues -- Phonograph blues -- 32-20 blues -- They're red hot -- Dead shrimp blues -- Cross road blues -- Walkin' blues -- Last fair deal gone down -- Preachin' blues (Up jumped the Devil) -- If I had possession over Judgment Day -- Stones in my passway -- I'm a steady rollin' man -- From four until late -- Hell hound on my trail -- Little queen of spades -- Malted milk -- Drunken hearted man -- Me and the Devil blues -- Stop breakin' down blues -- Traveling riverside blues -- Honeymoon blues -- Love in vain -- Milkcow's calf blues.
Summary For over half a century, Robert Johnson has inspired Led Zeppelin, the Rolling Stones, Eric Clapton, Bob Dylan, Elvis, and more. Newly remastered from the original source material, his recordings are some of the most soulful and endearing music ever.
Note Description based on physical audio carrier record.
OCLC # 1152859307
Additional Format Physical audio carrier version: Johnson, Robert, 1911-1938. Robert Johnson, the complete recordings. [London, Eng.] : Sony/BMG, 2008 (OCoLC)368057513.


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