Robert Johnson: Lost and Found

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University of Illinois Press, 2003 - Biography & Autobiography - 142 pages
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With just forty-one recordings to his credit, Robert Johnson is a giant in the history of blues music. Johnson's vast influence on twentieth-century American music, combined with his mysterious death at the age of twenty-seven, has allowed speculation and myths to obscure the facts of his life.

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Robert Johnson: lost and found

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Despite American legend, George Washington never chopped down the cherry tree, Billy the Kid was just a petty hood, and Robert Johnson never sold his soul to the devil. Here, Pearson (English ... Read full review

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Doesn't really bring anything new to the story of Robert Johnson-after all, given the dearth of information available and the passage of time, how much more can be added? But does a great job of ... Read full review

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Barry Lee Pearson is a Professor of English and American studies at the University of Maryland at College Park.

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