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Crossroads Blues - Robert Johnson - The Search For Robert Johnson (VHS)

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  1. Mebar says:
    Robert Leroy Johnson (Hazlehurst, Mississippi, május 8. – Greenwood, Mississippi, augusztus ) amerikai bluesgitáros volt, az egyik leghíresebb Delta blues zenész. Az –ben kiadott dalai figyelemre méltó ének- és gitártudásról, továbbá .
  2. Fauzshura says:
    xvi, p.: 21 cm Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index The life of Robert Johnson -- The early years -- Johnson as a young man -- The walking musician years -- The recording years -- Death of a Delta bluesman -- The afterlife of Robert Johnson -- Legend of the crossroads -- John Hammond resurrects Johnson -- A new audience -- A global phenomenon -- The movie that.
  3. Nazahn says:
    The Complete Recordings is a compilation album by American Delta blues musician Robert pheledachugadendenaducnodaham.xyzinfo 41 songs were recorded in two sessions in Dallas and San Antonio, Texas for the American Record Company (ARC) during and Most were first released on 78 rpm records in The Complete Recordings, released August 28, , by Columbia Records, contains every recording Johnson .
  4. Zoloshakar says:
    " Cross Road Blues " (also known as " Crossroads ") is a blues song written and recorded by American blues artist Robert Johnson in Johnson performed it as a solo piece with his vocal and acoustic slide guitar in the Delta blues -style.
  5. Moogunos says:
    Just the legend of Robert Johnson would probably cost a record company 1/2 a million to re-create today! LOL Can you imagine A, B, or C selling his soul to the devil, at the crossroads, having phenomenal skill, as a guitarist, and poet (lyrics cut to the bone), then /5(97).
  6. Tozragore says:
    Some 20th-century blues songs, such as Sold It to the Devil by Black Spider Dumpling (John D. Twitty), may be about making a deal with the devil at the crossroads. Many modern listeners believe that the premier song about soul-selling at a crossroads is "Cross Road Blues" by Robert Johnson.
  7. Zuramar says:
    Search. Robert Johnson - Topic; Playlists; Crossroad by Robert Johnson - Topic. Gospel-Blues 2 -- track 11 of 13 -- Robert Johnson -- I'm Coming, Lord, Please Don't Drive Me Away.
  8. Faelmaran says:
    In the film Crossroads, a fictional film based loosely on Robert Johnson and Tommy Johnson's stories, the guitar-playing hero plays a Niccolo Paganini song on the electric guitar during a musical showdown with one of his competitors. Multiple new books and films dissect and theorize about the myth and the reality behind it.

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