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Coleccion Personal de Fotos(Stones,Winter,Dylan,etc)

Bueno he llegado a mi post Nº y a lo largo de estos meses, me dedique a subir discos, en su mayoria bluseros, pero esta vez queria compartir alg...

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.

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.

Robert Johnson, from a photo booth.  One of only two undisputed photographs of the Delta blues master.  The other is a studio shot of him smiling, seated with a hat on.  There are no film clips of Johnson known to exist.

Robert Johnson, from a photo booth. One of only two undisputed photographs of the Delta blues master. The other is a studio shot of him smiling, seated with a hat on. There are no film clips of Johnson known to exist.

Illustrator William Stouts Legends of the Blues: robert johnson http://eclipcity.com

William Stout es un ilustrador contemporáneo de Robert Crumb, conocido por sus ilustraciones underground y sus trabajos dedicados a ...

Gary Kelley - from "Black Cat Bone: The Life of Blues Legend Robert Johnson" -  Monotype - 2006

Gary Kelley - from "Black Cat Bone: The Life of Blues Legend Robert Johnson" - Monotype - 2006

This photo, found in an antique auction desk in Florida in 2013, is purported to show American blues legend Robert Johnson (left), according to Lois Gibson, an award-winning forensic artist and facial analyst in Houston.

New photo of bluesman Robert Johnson unearthed; only third photo in existence

This photo, found in an antique auction desk in Florida in 2013, is purported to show American blues legend Robert Johnson (left), according to Lois Gibson, an award-winning forensic artist and facial analyst in Houston.

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