8 thoughts on “ Terraplane Blues - Robert Johnson - Cross Road Blues (CD, Album)

  1. Listen to Cross Road Blues by Robert Johnson. Join Napster and play your favorite music offline. From the album "The Complete Recordings" by Robert Johnson on Napster Terraplane Blues. Play Phonograph Blues. Play Phonograph Blues - (alternate version) Play Blues.
  2. The Complete Recordings is a compilation album by American Delta blues musician Robert Johnson. The 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
  3. Robert Johnson lyrics - 41 song lyrics sorted by album, including "Cross Road Blues", "Traveling Riverside Blues", "Walking Blues".
  4. Contact the Robert Johnson Blues Foundation [email protected] P.O. Box Crystal Springs, MS Phone: () | ()
  5. Robert Johnson "Cross Road Blues": Robert Johnson Lyrics "Cross Road Blues" I went to the crossroad, fell down on my knees I went to the crossroad, fell down on my knees Asked the Lord above "Have mercy, now save poor Bob, if you please" Terraplane Blues. Phonograph Blues. Phonograph Blues (Alternate Take) Blues. They're Red Hot.
  6. Kindhearted Woman Blues: 2: I Believe I'll Dust My Broom: 3: Sweet Home Chicago: 4: Rambling On My Mind: 5: When You Got A Friend: 6: Come On In My Kitchen: 7: Terraplane Blues: 8: Phonogram Blues: 9: Blues: They're Red Hot: Dead Shrimp Blues: Cross Road Blues: Walking Blues: Last Fair Deal Gone Down: Preaching 4/5(19).
  7. The 45 tracks feature artists like Robert Johnson, Muddy Waters, Elmore James, John Lee Hooker, BB King, Etta James, Howlin Wolf, Albert King, Taj Mahal, Robert Cray, Albert Collins and more A 3CD collection traces the history of the blues from its acoustic roots in rural Mississippi on CD1, on to its electrification and urbanisation in Chicago and other American cities during the s on CD2 and .
  8. If there is such a thing as a greatest-hits package available on Johnson, this landmark album, which jump-started the whole '60s blues revival, would certainly be the one. The majority of Johnson 's best-known tunes, the ones that made the legend, are all aboard: "Crossroads," "Walkin' Blues," "Me & the Devil Blues," "Come On In My Kitchen," and the apocalyptic visions contained in "Hellhound On My 10/

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