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  1. Texan Blind Willie Johnson was one of the most successful recording artists in the South in the late s, before the Depression ruined the company for which he recorded. This collection demonstrates the singer's unique ability to express his personal poetic style through the genre of religious.
  2. Blind Willie Johnson - Everybody Ought To Treat Their Mother Right; Blind Willie Johnson - Then We'll Need That True Religion; Blind Willie Johnson - You Never Will Know Who Is Your Friend; Blind Willie Johnson - I Know His Blood Can Make Me Whole; Blind Willie Johnson - Jesus Make Up My Dying Bed;
  3. Jul 21,  · Albums Blind Willie Johnson's John The Relevator, Love Songs 4 U, Treasures of North-American Negro Music, Vol. 2 (Recorded in , Mono Version), Summer Songs, Wonderful Collection, Trust, Memories Suite, Repentance, Jesus Make Up My Dying Bed, The Complete Blind Willie Johnson, The Soul of a Man, The Essential Blind Willie Johnson, Saga Blues: King of the Guitar Evangelists, Blind Willie.
  4. "Blind Willie" Johnson was born in Texas about At age 5, Johnson announced to his father that he was going to become a preacher and fashioned his first guitar out of a cigar box. Johnson was not born blind, and, although it is not specifically known how his condition came about, it is widely believed that his stepmother, in a fit of rage.
  5. Nov 10,  · GOD DON'T NEVER CHANGE-THE SONGS OF WILLIE JOHNSON TOM WAITS-The Soul of a Man/02 LUCINDA WILLIAMS-Nobody's Fault But Mine/03 DEREK TRUCKS & SUSAN TREDESCHI-Keep Your Lamp Trimmed and Burning/04 COWBOY JUNKIES-Jesus Is Coming Soon/05 THE BLIND BOYS OF ALABAMA-Mother's Children Have a Hard Time/06 SINEAD OCONNER .
  6. Everybody Ought to Treat a Stranger Right (Ft. Willie B. Harris) Lyrics. Church, I'm About “The Complete Blind Willie Johnson ” “The Complete Blind Willie Johnson ” Q&A.
  7. Blind Willie Johnson: Dark Was The Night Cold Was The Ground - Soul Of A Man - Jesus Gonna Make Up My Dying Bed - If I Had My Way I'd Tear This Building Down - The Rain Don't Fall On Me - Everybody Ought To Treat A Stranger Right - I Know His Blood Can Make Me Whole - Dark Was The Night, Cold Was The Ground - Sweeter As The Years Go By - John.
  8. Blind Willie Johnson Sunday 3: Everybody ought to treat a stranger right. Everybody ought to treat a stranger right, long ways from home Everybody ought to treat a stranger right, a long way from home. One of Johnson’s songs which has a surprisingly contemporary message is “Everybody ought to treat a stranger right.”.

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