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Blacktop Deluxe - Stones in My Passway (Robert Johnson) / Shotgun Blues

Here’s Mr Keith Howe of Blacktop Deluxe playing some slide guitar, based around Robert Johnson’s “Stones In My Passway”

This was recorded in deepest, darkest Cornwall in December 2013, by our good friend Mike Hawkey. 25 more words

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Keith Howe - Mesa Blues

Here’s Mr Keith Howe of Blacktop Deluxe playing some slide guitar, based around Robert Johnson’s “Stones In My Passway”

4OCS SONG OF THE DAY: "Ball and Biscuit" by the White Stripes

4 O’ Clock Shadow’s Song of the Day goes out to “Ball and Biscuit” by the White Stripes, from their monumental 2003 album ‘Elephant’.  Jack White crushes with a blues-heavy sludge guitar that sounds like Robert Johnson or Muddy Waters had a baby child with Jimmy Page, perfect…just, perfect

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Classic Music Reviews, 1920-2010

I’ve written over 200 Classic Music Reviews. The easiest way to navigate through them is to use the Classic Music Review menu above and select your… 120 more words

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Robert Johnson blues poster

Earlier in the year I entered Print Club London’s Blisters poster show – this year’s theme was music and lyrics. My posters wasn’t selected for the show *sheds a solitary tear* but here it is anyway – a lyric from They’re Red Hot by Robert Johnson, the grandaddy of delta blues, which you can listen to here:

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