Robert Johnson tabs
“Robert Johnson, to whom we all owed our existence” : that’s Robert Plant from Led Zeppelin talking, but this could just as well be another disciple of the devilish Mississippi bluesman, such as Eric Clapton or Keith Richards. Johnson basically took blues music and turned it into rock, leaving an immense legacy even though he died at the age of 27. All we know about him are a couple of photographs and 42 songs recorded from 1936 and 1937.hat’s even before mentioning her breathtaking duets with Donny Hathaway.
Number of tabs: 3
|Cross Road Blues (Crossroads)||King of the Delta Blues Singers||Full Score|
|Sweet Home Chicago||King of Blues||Guitar & Backing Track|
|Sweet Home Chicago||Full Score|