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less Robert Johnson was an influential early blues singer and guitarist whose songs have been covered by the likes of The Rolling Stones, Eric Clapton, Led Zeppelin, The White Stripes, Fleetwood Mac and countless ...
more One of three different headstones and possible burial sites for blues musician Robert Johnson.
less The photo purportedly showing Robert Johnson was found inside this "Governor Winthrop" desk (the top compartment folds out into a writing surface).
When Donald Roark bought the desk at a Pensacola, Florida ...
Because of Johnson's mysterious legacy, blues scholars are eternally skeptical of the emergence of new photos.
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It is located at Little Zion Missionary Baptist Church, Greenwood, Mississippi, United States, photographed on 29th ...
more"Cross Road Blues," "Walkin' Blues," ""Come On in My Kitchen," "Little Queen of Spades," "Preachin' Blues," "Last Fair Deal Gone Down," "If I Had Possession Over Judgment Day," "Hell Hound on My Trail," "When You Got a Good Friend", "Kind Hearted Woman Blues," "Milckcow's Calf Blues," "From Four Until Late," ""Love in Vain," "They're Red Hot," "32-20 Blues" A newly-analyzed photo purportedly shows Robert Johnson, the mysterious blues legend whose meager recordings became a groundwork for American popular music.