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Random Songs Recorded By Blind Willie Johnsonreport

  • "I Know His Blood Can Make Me Whole" (December 3, 1927, Dallas, Texas; Columbia 14276-D) (Alphabetic list)

  • "The Soul of a Man" (Columbia 14582-D) (Alphabetic list by recording date)

  • "Everybody Ought to Treat a Stranger Right" (April 20, 1930, Atlanta, Georgia; Columbia 14597-D) (Alphabetic list)

  • "If I Had My Way I'd Tear the Building Down" ("Oh Lord if I Had My Way") (December 3, 1927, Dallas, Texas; Columbia 14343-D) (Alphabetic list)

  • "Take Your Burden to the Lord and Leave It There" (December 11, 1929, New Orleans, Louisiana; Columbia 14520-D) (Alphabetic list)

  • "God Don't Never Change" (December 10, 1929, New Orleans, Louisiana; Columbia 14490-D) (Alphabetic list)

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Blind Willie Johnson is an American blues gospel singer, guitarist, and evangelist. Notably, he was a blind singer who wrote many songs during his life and invented a unique “Chest voice”, slide guitar technique, and originality. This random tool records 60 of the songs he has ever published.

Blind Willie Johnson has influenced generations of musicians with his landmark recording of 30 songs between 1927 and 1930. Although Johnson’s recordings, kept in the generator, sold well, as a street performer and preacher, he did not amass much wealth. He is a role model for many budding musicians and enjoys international fame.

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