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Standing alone in front of a 1931 National steel guitar, a single-stringed diddley bow, an African banjo, and a standard acoustic guitar, he systematically picked each up again and again through two one-hour sets that transported an audience.
If Robert Johnson had lived long enough to play Carnegie Hall, renowned musicologist Scott Ainslie thinks we would have had rock and roll 10 years earlier than we did.
Keith Richards on the cover of ‘Robert Johnson The Complete Recordings’ states flatly, “You want to know how good the blues can get? Well, this is it.”
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