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Robert Johnson: King Of The Delta Blues - The Complete Recording Vinyl 3LP Boxset

Robert Johnson King Of The Delta Blues - The Complete Recording Vinyl 3LP Boxset

Robert Johnson: King Of The Delta Blues - The Complete Recording Vinyl Boxset

The Truth about Robert Johnson | Riverside Blues Society

The Truth about Robert Johnson

Robert Johnson "Rey del Blues" King Of The Delta Blues Singer. It was said that he had sold his soul to the devil in return for his shrewdness in playing the guitar. Robert Johnson died on 16 August

three photographs of robert johnson | Robert Johnson Pictures (4 of 10) – Last.fm

Robert Jonhson - did he really meet the devil at a crossroad in Mississippi? One of the most influential musicians in history.he's known as the father of both "the blues" and "rock and roll.

Robert Johnson. (Robert Johnson Estate/Hulton Archive/Getty Images/Rolling Stone)

100 Greatest Guitarists

The first time I ever heard Robert Johnson's music, my mind was blown! His music gives me goosebumps!

Gary Kelley - from "Black Cat Bone: The Life of Blues Legend Robert Johnson" -  Monotype - 2006

per prior pinner: Gary Kelley - from "Black Cat Bone: The Life of Blues Legend Robert Johnson" - Monotype - 2006

Legends of the Blues by William Stout

motherjones: “ Lunch break: William Stout’s 100 Cartoon Portraits of Legendary Blues Artists. If you want more Robert Johnson, check out our story, Crossroads.

Death Letter Blues- Son House Son House was one of the last of the old school Mississippi delta blues singers. Son's music had a big influence on both Robert Johnson and Muddy Waters who both came from that rural area near Clarksdale Mississippi where Son House frequently performed at picnics, juke joints and roadhouses.

Death Letter Blues- Son House Son House was one of the last of the old school Mississippi delta blues singers. Son's music had a big influence on both Robert Johnson and Muddy Waters who both came from that rural area near Clarksdale Mississippi where Son

I love blues music. This is a photo (the only one known to exist) of the legendary Robert Johnson who wrote "Crossroads."

Robert Johnson At 100, Still Dispelling Myths

Getty Acquires, Restores Third Robert Johnson Image  Robert Johnson, the early-twentieth-century blues singer who, as the legend goes, made a deal with the Devil in exchange for his musical talent, is best known for two things: The first being his incredible talent as a blues musician, influencing the likes of Eric Clapton and many others, and the second being the fact that only two verified images of the singer exist anywhere—until now.

The third ever published photo of Delta blues singer Robert Johnson, left, and musician Johnny Shines. There are many others who dispute it. The photo was found by classical guitarist Steven Schein. Robert Johnson is buried on Money Rd.

Robert Johnson, king of the Delta blues, died Aug 16, 1938 at the age of...27.  Earliest recognized member of the 27 Club.

A man and innovator of the Blues, Mr. Robert Johnson, in this one of two known photographs to exist of this man who supposedly sold his soul to the devil at the crossroads to play the guitar.

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