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Blind Willie Johnson

Author: Blind Willie JohnsonSamuel Barclay ChartersBlind Lemon JeffersonBlind Boy FullerBlind Willie McTellAll authors
Publisher: New York City : Folkways Records, [1957]
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on LP : LP recording : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Named Person: Blind Willie Johnson; Blind Willie Johnson
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Blind Willie Johnson; Samuel Barclay Charters; Blind Lemon Jefferson; Blind Boy Fuller; Blind Willie McTell; Curley Weaver
OCLC Number: 3304744
Notes: Serial no. on container: FG 3585.
Title on container: Blind Willie Johnson; his story told, annotated and documented by Samuel B. Charters.
Program notes by the author and texts ([8] p.)--inserted.
Performer(s): Includes sacred and blues songs with guitar re-recorded from Johnson's performances ; also includes songs performed by Blind Lemon Jefferson, Blind Boy Fuller, and Blind Willie and partner (i.e. Blind Willie McTell and Curley Weaver).
Event notes: Songs recorded Dec. 3 & 5, 1927 & 1928; interviews recorded May 30, 1954 and Nov. 6 & 8, 1955.
Description: 1 sound disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm ; 12 in.
Contents: Remembrances --
Interviews --
Angeline Johnson --
If I had my way, I'd tear that building down --
Nobody's fault but mine --
Jesus is coming soon --
Mothers' children have a hard time --
Dark was the night, cold was the ground --
Match box blues --
It's a good little thing --
Little woman you're so sweet.
Other Titles: If I had my way, I'd tear that building down.
Nobody's fault but mine.
Jesus is coming soon.
Mothers' children have a hard time.
Dark was the night, cold was the ground.
Match box blues.
It's a good little thing.
Little woman you're so sweet.
Responsibility: Narrated and documented by Samuel Barclay Charters in New Orleans, Louisiana, and in Texas.

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