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  1. Blind Willie Johnson, the apex of the guitar evangelists, is well represented here with classic late-'20s tracks like "Dark Was the Night -- Cold Was the Ground," "God Moves On the Water," "The Soul of a Man," and "John the Revelator," but there are plenty of other striking selections here as well, including the very first of these guitarists 9/
  2. God Don't Never Change: The Songs of Blind Willie Johnson by Various Artists album reviews & Metacritic score: The tribute album to blues singer Blind Willie Johnson features such artists as the Blind Boys of Alabama, Rickie Lee Jones and the Cowboy Junkies, Maria McKee.
  3. Jan 25,  · – Blind Willie Johnson: Take Your Stand: – Blind Willie Johnson: God Moves On The Water: – Blind Willie Johnson: Can't Nobody Hide From God: – Blind Willie Johnson: If It Had Not Been For Jesus: – Blind Willie Johnson: Go With Me To The Land: – Blind Willie Johnson: The Rain Don 5/5(1).
  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Guitar Evangelists, Vol. 1 () - Various Artists on AllMusic -
  5. Gospel blues singer-guitarist Blind Willie Johnson’s feverish meditations on the wages of sin and the wrath of God are still leaving musical ripples nearly 90 years after they were first recorded. Fittingly, venerable blues label Alligator Records has assembled the tribute album God Don’t Never Change, which features Lucinda Williams howling her way through the title track and “It’s.
  6. Blind Willie Johnson, American gospel blues singer and guitar player who performed on Southern streets and was noted for the energy and power of his singing and for his ingenious slide guitar accompaniments. He recorded 30 songs in – His best-known song was ‘Dark Was the Night—Cold Was the Ground.’.
  7. Blind Willie Johnson "Blind" Willie Johnson (January 22, – September 18, ) was an American singer and guitarist, whose music straddled the border between blues and spirituals. Update this biography» Complete biography of Blind Willie Johnson».
  8. God Don’t Never Change is an song ode to the great blues howler and gospel progenitor Blind Willie Johnson, including contributions from Tom Waits, Lucinda Williams, and more.

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