Concert Vault

Robert Johnson Tribute

By: anonymous

23 songs / 1:53:03

  1. 1 John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers / Dust My Broom 04:09
  2. 2 The Rolling Stones / Love In Vain 05:51
  3. 3 James Cotton Band / Sweet Home Chicago 02:43
  4. 4 John Hammond / Terraplane Blues 04:56
  5. 5 Muddy Waters / Walkin' Blues 04:05
  6. 6 Derek and the Dominos / Crossroads 08:25
  7. 7 Steve Miller / Come On In My Kitchen 02:59
  8. 8 Taj Mahal / Travelin' Riverside Blues 04:45
  9. 9 John Hammond / Steady Rollin' Man 03:59
  10. 10 Journey & Friends / Crossroads 03:31
  11. 11 Grateful Dead / Walking Blues 06:37
  12. 12 Hank Williams Jr. / Come On In My Kitchen 03:29
  13. 13 Chris Smither / Dust My Broom 02:32
  14. 14 David Bromberg / Sweet Home Chicago 04:03
  15. 15 Johnny Winter / Come On In My Kitchen 06:41
  16. 16 Jesse Colin Young / Walking Blues 07:12
  17. 17 Fleetwood Mac / Dust My Broom 04:32
  18. 18 John Hammond / Drunken Hearted Man 04:40
  19. 19 The Allman Brothers Band / Drunken Hearted Boy 06:54
  20. 20 Jackie DeShannon & Ry Cooder / Betty And Dupree 05:43
  21. 21 Doc Watson and Merle Watson / Milk Cow Blues 04:20
  22. 22 Delaney & Bonnie / Poor Elijah (Tribute to Johnson Medley) 06:56
  23. 23 Taj Mahal / Robert Johnson (Incomplete) 04:01
Description
Robert Johnson only recorded 29 songs during his lifetime, but those songs - and the almost mythical legends surrounding his life - have greatly influenced the development of the blues and rock n' roll. Born on May 8, 1911, many honored Johnson on what wo

Robert Johnson only recorded 29 songs during his lifetime, but those songs - and the almost mythical legends surrounding his life - have greatly influenced the development of the blues and rock n' roll. Born on May 8, 1911, many honored Johnson on what wo