Theyre Red Hot - Robert Johnson - King Of The Delta Blues Singers Vol. II (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. A wonderful follow-up to the first compilation (King of the Delta Blues Singers) of Robert Johnson's small library of recorded album boasts the first album appearance of "Love in Vain," as well as a number of other blues classics penned by the artist/
  2. Volume II includes Johnson recordings that became cornerstones of the electric blues and rock such as I Believe I’ll Dust My Broom and Sweet Home Chicago. All the tracks come from Johnson’s sessions in San Antonio in and Dallas in
  3. King Of The Delta Blues Singers by Robert Johnson - Vinyl LP () for $ from Blues Rolling Stone: Ranked #27 in Rolling Stone's ' Greatest Albums Of All Time' - ' Johnson recorded only twenty-nine songs, but their evanescent passion has resonated through the decades ' - Order by Phone Price: $
  4. If one would ever have to start assembling a serious Blues collection, Robert Johnson's King Of The Delta Blues Singers vol. 1 would be the best mythical figure that inspired the worldwide Blues revival in the Sixties will forever be credited with inspiring guitar greats like .
  5. Feb 16,  · referencing King Of The Delta Blues Singers Vol. II, LP, Comp, Mono, RE, , C / P I believe Wes Garland, Nashville Record Productions (WG/NRP) cut the lacquers for this release; my copy also has a circled letter 'U' in the deadwax which indicates it's a United Record Pressing product/5().
  6. This album is the companion to the original "King of the Delta Blues" lp that was originally issued in the early '60's. Together, they contain all 29 songs Johnson recorded, along with an /5(17).
  7. The music on King Of The Delta Blues Singers Vol. 2 is simply stunning for all the limitations of the original recording, his themes of unrequited love and drinking come from the gut .
  8. A TAV Essential Listening Album. Robert Johnson's landmark recordings from /37 have influenced a ton of musicians from later generations, including Jimi Hendrix, Peter Green and Eric Clapton to name but a few. However, Johnson's records hardly sold during his lifetime and he mostly played at street corners and juke.

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