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Blind Willie Johnson Sweeter As The Years Go By
The greatest gospel bluesman; one of the very greatest bottle-neck guitarists. Almost overwhelmingly intense and gripping.



Robert Wilkins The Original Rolling Stone
1928-35 recordings by the Memphis bluesman (with Cherokee Indian in his lineage) ó including That's No Way To Get Along, later covered by the Rolling Stones as Prodigal Son.



Robert Johnson King Of The Delta Blues Singers
Utterly monumental, it goes without saying, across time and genres.



Big Bill Broonzy Do That Guitar Rag 1928-1935
Thoroughly entertaining downhome blues, intricate ragtime, hokum and instrumental guitar stomps.








Son House Clarksdale Moan
Awesome, rugged, hypnotic, spiritualised blues music, monumental and unmissable. Everything he did prior to his 1960s re-emergence, properly re-mastered from the 78s, with excellent notes.





Victoria Spivey Three Kings And The Queen
From 1962. VS, Roosevelt Sykes, Lonnie Johnson ó and Big Joe Williams with Bob Dylan on harmonica and back-up vocals. 'Now thatís a record that I hear from time to time and I donít mind listening to it,' says Dylan...



Son House Father Of Folk Blues
Riveting 1965 review of his own staggering classics like Death Letter and John The Revelator, thrashed by everyone from Captain Beefheart to Jack White.