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ROBERT JOHNSON ROBERT JOHNSON & FRIENDS LP VINYL NEW (US) 33RPM

ROBERT JOHNSON ROBERT JOHNSON & FRIENDS LP VINYL NEW (US) 33RPM

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Track Listings
Disc: 1
1. Ramblin' - Johnny Shines (02:34)
2. Standing At the Crossroads - Elmore James (02:48)
3. Hellhound on My Trail - Robert Johnson (02:35)
4. Stop Breaking Down - Forest City Joe (02:54)
5. Aw Aw Baby - Robert Lockwood, Jr. (02:38)
6. From Four 'Til Late - Robert Johnson (02:25)
7. Terraplane Blues - Frank Edwards (02:46)
8. Police Station Blues - Peetie Wheatstraw (03:05)
9. Dust My Broom - Elmore James (02:49)
10. Ramblin' On My Mind - Boyd Gilmore (02:49)
11. Me And The Devil Blues - Robert Johnson (02:32)
12. Sweet Home Chicago - Roosevelt Sykes (02:23)
13. Come on in My Kitchen - Robert Johnson (02:50)
14. Old Original Kokomo Blues - Kokomo Arnold (02:54)
15. Crossroads - Homesick James (02:47)
16. Drunken Hearted Man - Robert Johnson (02:39)
Disc: 2
1. Stop Breaking Down - Sonny Boy Williamson (02:56)
2. Crossroads - Texas Alexander (02:37)
3. Phonograph Blues - Robert Johnson (02:35)
4. Dust My Broom - Robert Lockwood, Jr. (02:40)
5. Life Saver Blues - Lonnie Johnson (03:05)
6. Stones in My Passway - Robert Johnson (02:28)
7. 22-20 Blues - Skip James (02:50)
8. Walking Blues - Muddy Waters (02:58)
9. Sweet Home Chicago - Little Junior Parker (02:31)
10. Dust My Broom - Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup (02:40)
11. If I Had Possession Over Judgement Day - Robert Johnson (02:34)
12. Stop Breaking Down - Baby Boy Warren (02:36)
13. Little Queen of Spades - Robert Johnson (02:17)
14. I Got Rambling on My Mind - Otis Spann (04:05)
15. Love In Vain - Robert Johnson (02:21)
16. Devil Got My Woman - Skip James (03:01)

There are few superlatives left that haven't been utilised to describe the brilliance of Robert Johnson but here we bring some attention to his inspirations and those that he influenced, as well the man himself. This collection contains his contemporaries and those that knew the elusive man best such as Johnny Shines along with those that felt his influence on the other side of the great migration from the southern states.