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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Charters, Samuel Barclay.
New York, Oak Publications, ©1973
|Named Person:||Robert Johnson; Robert Johnson|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Samuel Charters; Robert Johnson
"Remembrances by great musicians who knew and played with him, along with music transcriptions of his entire recorded repertoire of blues classics."--Cover.
"With photos of Robert Johnson's Mississippi delta country by the author."
Lyrics and music by Robert Johnson; transcriptions and song analysis by Charters.
Place and date of recordings, matrix nos., and serial nos. of issues given for each song.
|Description:||87 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm|
|Contents:||Robert Johnson --
The first session. Kind hearted 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 --
The second and third sessions. 32-20 blues ; They're red hot ; Dead shrimp blues ; Crossroad blues ; Walkin' blues ; Last fair deal gone down ; Preachin' blues ; If I had possession over Judgment Day --
The fourth session. Stones in my passway ; I'm a steady rollin' man ; From four until late --
The fifth session. Hellhound 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.
|Other Titles:||Kind hearted 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.
They're red hot.
Dead shrimp blues.
Last fair deal gone down.
If I had possession over Judgment Day.
Stones in my passway.
I'm a steady rollin' man.
From four until late.
Hellhound on my trail.
Little Queen of Spades.
Me and the Devil blues.
Stop breakin' down blues.
Traveling riverside blues.
Love in vain.
Milkcow's calf blues.
Story of Robert Johnson, his elusive life and his music
Story of Robert Johnson
|Responsibility:||by Samuel Charters.|