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The same year Bukka White had a hit with his 1937 song "Shake 'Em On Down", he was sentenced to the notorious Parchman Farm Penitentiary for shooting a man. Two years later, musicologist Alan Lomax found & recorded White there for the Library of Congress.

Robert Johnson - King of the Delta Blues Singer Vinyl Record (New, 180 Gram, Orange Colored Vinyl, Import) 


This is an authentic limited edition orange colored 180 gram vinyl copy of Robert Johnson - King of the Delta Blues Singer.

Robert Johnson's "King of the Delta Blues Singers" is easily one of the most influential blues albums of all time, by a ghost-like figure who recorded just 29 songs before his mysterious death in Mississippi.

Originally released in 1961, this album was the first time many of Robert Johnson's songs were widely available. 

At the time of this album's release, no pictures existed of the delta blues master, hence the painting of an anonymous bluesman.