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The Guitar of Robert Johnson (3-DVD Set) – Tom Feldmann

Robert Johnson is the most important blues musician who ever lived. I have never found anything more deeply soulful. His music remains the most powerful cry that I think you can find in the human voice. – Eric ClaptonRobert Johnson is arguably the most well known figure in the history of the blues. In this 3 DVD set, with over 5 hours and 52 minutes of instruction, Tom Feldmann covers every aspect of Johnson’s playing. Each song is performed by Feldmann before he dissects the arrangement verse-by-verse and ends with a split screen segment where the song is played slowly with close up shots of both the left and right hands. This is the most expansive look into the guitar playing of Robert Johnson produced in video form.DVD One: STANDARD TUNING: Kind Hearted Woman, Phonograph Blues, 32-20 Blues, A Blues Variations (Dead Shrimp Blues, Little Queen of Spades, Honeymoon Blues), I’m a Steady Rolling Man, Sweet Home Chicago, Love In Vain, From Four ‘Til Late DROP D TUNING: Malted Milk CROSS NOTE TUNING: Hellhound on my TrailDVD Two: SPANISH TUNING: Stop Breakin’ Down Blues, Variations for Terraplane Blues and Milkcow Blues, Walking Blues, Come On In My Kitchen, Last Fair Deal Gone Down, Stones In My Passway, Cross Road Blues, Traveling Riverside BluesDVD Three: SPANISH TUNING: If I Had Possession Over Judgement Day, VESTAPOL TUNING (OPEN E TUNING): Rambling on my Mind, I Believe I’ll Dust My Broom, Preaching Blues, STANDARD TUNING: They’re Red Hot

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