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  1. There are several artists by the name Robert Johnson (listed as per testpubedelide.seitabciocopdemikufirvemahlwhebil.infoinfo guidelines): 1) an American blues singer, guitarist and songwriter () amongst the most famous of Delta blues musicians; ranked fifth in Rolling Stone's list of Greatest Guitarists of All Time; considered by some to be the "Grandfather of Rock 'n' Roll" 2) an English lutenist and composer of the late.
  2. "Sweet Home Chicago" is a popular blues standard for professional and semi-professional musicians and numerous artists have recorded it in a variety of styles. Steve LaVere, the manager of Johnson's recording legacy, commented, "It's like 'When the Saints Go Marching In' to the blues crowd". In , Junior Parker recorded the song as an upbeat ensemble shuffle, with harmonica accompaniment.
  3. Apr 20,  · “Sweet Home Chicago” is a popular blues standard in the twelve bar form. It was first recorded and is credited to have been written by Robert Johnson. Over the years the song has become one of the most popular anthems for the city of Chicago despite ambiguity in Johnson’s original lyrics.
  4. Jan 04,  · We will never know what images of Bronzeville inspired Robert Johnson to compose “Sweet Home Chicago.” The song emerged from Chicago Black Metropolis musical roots and spoke of the city as an aspirational destination. Newsreel footage celebrating Chicago in the s highlights Michigan Avenue, the Wrigley Building and the new bridge spanning the Chicago River.
  5. Robert Lockwood Jr. - Sweet Home Chicago - testpubedelide.seitabciocopdemikufirvemahlwhebil.infoinfo Music Skip to main content. Try Prime NEW Combo BLUWAVS CD and FLAC FILE Product details. Audio CD (July 24 Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #, in CDs & Vinyl (See Top in CDs & Vinyl) # in Blues (CDs & Vinyl) # in Pop (CDs & Vinyl) Would you like to.
  6. 5. Aw Aw Baby - Robert Lockwood, Jr. 6. From Four 'Til Late - Robert Johnson 7. Terraplane Blues - Frank Edwards 8. Police Station Blues - Peetie Wheatstraw LP1 Side 2 1. Dust My Broom - Elmore James 2. Ramblin' On My Mind - Boyd Gilmore 3. Me And The Devil Blues - Robert Johnson 4. Sweet Home Chicago - Roosevelt Sykes 5. Come on in My Kitchen.
  7. Robert Jr. Lockwood and Johnny Shines get paired together on this release from P-Vine (essentially an expanded version of an earlier disc from Paula Records) because of their association with blues great Robert Johnson (Shines as his running buddy and Lockwood as his stepson) and because both happened to record for JOB Records in Chicago in the early '50s.
  8. Robert Johnson - Sweet Home Chicago Chords by Pharazon Just listen to the song and then you'll figure out how to play it. A7 D7 A7 Oh, baby, don't you want to go. D7 A7 Oh, baby, don't you want to go. E7 D7 A7 (E7) Back to the land of California to my sweet home Chicago (Then play the same chords to the rest of the song.) Oh, baby, don't you want to go? Oh, baby, don't you want to go?

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