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Robert Johnson Crossroads Blues

#5 Robert Johnson: 1911-1938 - Un Clip Un Jour

Robert Johnson 1911-1938.

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Sebastian Kruger : Robert Johnson 160 X 80 cm ( 63 X 31 1/2 in ) Acrylic on Canvas 2008

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Illustrator William Stout's Legends of the Blues: robert johnson ☯☮ॐ Lucas Lima ☯☮ॐ

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Robert Johnson, "the most important blues singer that ever lived." - Eric Clapton

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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.

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Robert Jonhson - did he really meet the devil at a crossroad? Of course not. There is no such thing.

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Getty Acquires, Restores Third Robert Johnson Image

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.

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Robert Johnson, "Me and the Devil Blues"

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pickinpluckinstrummin: Michael Cho, Two Tone Illustrations #12: Robert Johnson (Crossroads)

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Love this woodblock print Gam: My grandson's great grandfather was Robert Johnson--so I had to repin this!

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