Watch TV on your PC! Unlimited access to 3500+ channels on your PC Heres the link: When Robert Johnson was recorded, in order to fit the material on 78 rpm disks, the recordings were sped up by 20{10faa3092bae83cdf963b1ab1025701434ba1e012413cb9c0c72be0a479389c3}. This gave them an unnatural sound. I have corrected this. Reducing the recordings speed by 20{10faa3092bae83cdf963b1ab1025701434ba1e012413cb9c0c72be0a479389c3}, (Yes, I calculated the correct reduction which is 83.4{10faa3092bae83cdf963b1ab1025701434ba1e012413cb9c0c72be0a479389c3} so not to worry. This is the real deal.) Ive restored Robert Johnsons truly original sound so what you hear in this video is the real deal, the way he sounded naturally, his actual performance, at the speed and pitch he really sang and played the song. I find the speed and pitch to be natural and realistic. The controversy will, no doubt, continue. Let me know what you think, by all means!

3 thoughts on “Robert Johnson, "Terraplane Blues", Speed Corrected, (As He REALLY Sounded) R Talley

  1. Jesus I just listened to the sped up version and then followed it directly by the one at the correct speed, and its a million times different, so much more soul is conveyed in the song at it’s correct speed its a shame they ever sped it up.

  2. Great vid, remastering to the correct speed gives the feel of the real deal.

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