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Terraplane Blues (Version 1) - Paul Williams (10) - In Memory Of Robert Johnson R.I.P. (Vinyl, LP, A

10 thoughts on “ Terraplane Blues (Version 1) - Paul Williams (10) - In Memory Of Robert Johnson R.I.P. (Vinyl, LP, A

  1. Tygozuru
    Robert Johnson Lyrics "Terraplane Blues" And I feel so lonesome, you hear me when I moan When I feel so lonesome, you hear me when I moan Who been drivin' my Terraplane1, for you since I been gone. I'd said I flash your lights, mama, you horn won't even blow.
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  2. Voodoorn
    Nov 06,  · First of, you have to like Robert Johnson and/or be a fan of old blues recordings. These are old recordings (on new vinyl of course) and sound like it, with the original recording flaws,, pops, scratches and all. And that's what I like. This is a gatefold set of 2 records, on gram vinyl, and is a beautiful addition to any blues collection/5(51).
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  3. Meziktilar
    May 25,  · Check out Terraplane Blues by Robert Johnson on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on cethischillbinderbandinadar.infoinfo
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  4. Kektilar
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of In Memory Of Robert Johnson R.I.P. on Discogs/5(3).
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  5. Turan
    Lyrics to 'Terraplane Blues' by Robert Johnson. And I feel so lonesome, you hear me when I moan When I feel so lonesome, you hear me when I moan Who been drivin' my Terraplane1, for you since I been gone. I'd said I flash your lights, mama, you horn won't even blow.
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  6. Nikinos
    Terraplane Blues — Robert Johnson (ARC/Vocalion, ) Terraplane Blues’ isn’t the best known of Robert Johnson’s works today, but it was the song most often recalled as .
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  7. Fegrel
    Terraplane Blues Version Two: Spine credits LP to "Paul Williams and Friends" and title is "In Memory Of Robert Johnson R.I.P." Label credits LP to "Paul Williams" and title is "Paul Williams Set In Memory Of Robert Johnson R.I.P."5/5(1).
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  8. Gardajinn
    "Terraplane Blues" is a blues song recorded in in San Antonio, Texas, by bluesman Robert Johnson. "Terraplane Blues" was Johnson's first single and it became a moderate regional hit, selling 5, copies. Johnson used the car model Terraplane as a metaphor for sex. In the lyrical narrative, the car will not start and Johnson suspects that his girlfriend let another man drive it when he B-side: "Kind Hearted Woman Blues".
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