The Road to Robert Johnson

The Genesis and Evolution of Blues in the Delta from the Late 1800s Through 1938

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The Road to Robert Johnson

The Genesis and Evolution of Blues in the Delta from the Late 1800s Through 1938

Series: Guitar Educational Format: Softcover Artist: Robert Johnson Author: Edward Komara

This highly anticipated book traces the development of the legendary Robert Johnson's music in light of the people and songs that directly and indirectly influenced him. It includes much information about life in the Delta from the late 1800s to Johnson's controversial death in 1938, and features fascinating historical photos, maps, musical examples, and much more. Required reading for all blues fans!

  • Collector Man Blues
  • Come On In My Kitchen
  • Cross Road Blues (Crossroads)
  • Hell Hound On My Trail
  • House Lady Blues
  • I'm Going To Do All I Can
  • If I Had Possession Over Judgment Day
  • Kind Hearted Woman Blues
  • Ko-Ko-Mo Blues
  • Last Fair Deal Gone Down
  • Love In Vain Blues
  • Me And The Devil Blues
  • Moon Going Down
  • My Black Mama
  • New Frisco Train (That Frisco Train)
  • On The Wall
  • Parchman Farm Blues
  • Phonograph Blues
  • Police Station Blues
  • Preachin' Blues (Up Jumped The Devil)
  • Preaching The Blues
  • Prison Bound
  • Quarreling Mama Blues
  • Ramblin' On My Mind
  • Screamin' & Hollerin' The Blues
  • Sitting On Top Of The World
  • Six Feet In The Ground
  • Take A Stand
  • Terraplane Blues
  • That Won't Do
  • Vicksburg Blues
  • You Got To Reap What You Sow
  • Guitar

$14.95 (US) Inventory #HL 00695388 ISBN: 9780634009075 UPC: 073999953886 Width: 9.0" Length: 12.0" 96 pages

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