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Back to the crossroads : the roots of Robert Johnson.

Author: Peetie WheatstrawKokomo ArnoldBumble Bee Slim.Hambone Willie NewbernLonnie JohnsonAll authors
Publisher: [Newton, N.J.] : Yazoo, ℗2004.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : Blues : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Peetie Wheatstraw; Kokomo Arnold; Bumble Bee Slim.; Hambone Willie Newbern; Lonnie Johnson; Skip James; Son House; Blind Blake; Leroy Carr; Edward W Clayborn; Johnny Temple; Blind Lemon Jefferson; Scrapper Blackwell; Tampa Red; Charley Patton; Elijah Wald; Mississippi Sheiks.; Mississippi Jook Band.; Harlem Hamfats (Musical group)
OCLC Number: 54681675
Notes: "This CD is a companion to the book "Escaping the delta: Robert Johnson and the invention of the blues" (Amistad/HarperCollins 2004)"--Container.
Compact disc.
Notes by Elijah Wald (11 p.) inserted in container.
Performer(s): Various performers.
Description: 1 audio disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: Police station blues (Peetie Wheatstraw) --
Old original Kokomo blues (Kokomo Arnold) --
Cruel hearted woman (Bumble Bee Slim) --
Roll and tumble blues (Hambone Willie Newbern) --
Life saver blues (Lonnie Johnson) --
Sitting on top of the world (Mississippi Sheiks) --
Hittin' the bottle stomp (Mississippi Jook Band) --
Devil got my woman (Skip James) --
My black mama (pt. 1) (Son House) --
Georgia bound (Blind Blake) --
When the sun goes down (Leroy Carr) --
Sissy man blues (Kokomo Arnold) --
Your enemy cannot harm you (E.W. Clayborn) --
Lead pencil blues (Johnny Temple) --
22-20 blues (Skip James) --
Dry southern blues (Blind Lemon Jefferson) --
Kokomo blues (Scrapper Blackwell) --
Things 'bout coming my way (Tampa Red) --
King of spades (Peetie Wheatstraw) --
Oh red (Harlem Hamfats) --
You're gonna need somebody when you die (Charley Patton) --
Milk cow blues (Kokomo Arnold) --
Preachin' the blues (Son House).

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