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  2. The Famous Tommy Johnson - Ishman Bracey Session Tommy Johnson - Cool Drink Of Water Blues - Big Road Blues - Bye-Bye Blues - Maggie Campbell Blues - Canned Heat Blues - Lonesome Home Blues () - Lonesome Home Blues () - Big Fat Mama Blues Ishman Bracey - Saturday Blues - Left Alone Blues - Leavin' Town Blues - My Brown Mamma.
  3. TOMMY JOHNSON Vinyl Records and CDs: Born: in Terry, Mississippi (USA). Style: Delta Blues Johnson was a hell-raiser who could belt out the blues with a wide vocal range, from a low throaty snarl to a high falsetto. He had a dramatic flair in performance similar to his contemporary, Delta blues king Charley Patton, and in the early.
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  5. Dec 19,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Famous Tommy Johnson - Ishman Bracey Session on Discogs.
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  7. Tommy Johnson. likes. Tommy Johnson ( – November 1, ) was an influential American delta blues musician who recorded in the late s, known for his eerie falsetto voice and intricate.
  8. Suitcase Full Of Blues Monk One of the best, if lesser known Delta bluesmen of the s, singer and guitarist ISHMAN BRACEY (), along with his good friend TOMMY JOHNSON, began playing juke joints first in Jackson, and then all over Mississippi around , but did not make is first recordings until

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