" Theyre Red Hot " (1936) ROBERTJOHNSON The " RED HOT BLUES " (1925-1945) Texas Alexander Pink Anderson Kokomo Arnold Barbecue Bob Scrapper Blackwell Black Ace Ed Bell Blind Blake Ishman Bracey Big Bill Broonzy Richard "Rabbit" Brown Willie Brown Bumble Bee Slim Gus Cannon Bo Carter Sam Collins Floyd Council Gary Davis Sleepy John Estes Blind Boy Fuller Son House Peg Leg Howell Mississippi John Hurt Papa Charlie Jackson Jim Jackson Skip James Blind Lemon Jefferson Blind Willie Johnson Lonnie Johnson Robert Johnson Tommy Johnson Charley Jordan Luke Jordan Leadbelly Furry Lewis Cripple Clarence Lofton Tommy McClennan Robert Lee McCoy Blind Willie McTell The Memphis Jug Band Buddy Moss Memphis Minnie Hambone Willie Newbern Charley Patton Robert Petway Jimmie Rodgers Frank Stokes Sonny Terry Henry Thomas Ramblin Thomas Curley Weaver Casey Bill Weldon Peetie Wheatstraw Bukka White Josh White Robert Wilkins Big Joe Williams

24 thoughts on “They’re Red Hot 1936 – ROBERT JOHNSON (Ragtime Blues Guitar Legend)

  1. First time I hear this man I tought "What is this?" But after listening to Texas Flood from Stevie ray Vaughan, I left metal, and went trough all the stuff that I’ve asked the same question, and Now I get it.

  2. tienes razon, robert johnson viajo en el futuro mas de 70 años copio a skrillex y regreso a 1936 para grabarla

  3. sounds like an early version of what became the upbeat rock n roll sound of the 50’s.
    Great job Mr. Johnson

  4. This song is beautiful! Too bad I wasn’t born close to this year!

  5. Red Tails brought me here. What a great song!!! Thanks for posting man.

  6. Like if you got a got a gal sech a long an tall she sleeps in the kitchen with her feets in the hall

  7. Don’t quote me on this, but I think that someone has hot tamales for sale.

  8. Of course that chord change isn’t original– there are only so many chords one can play. Does that make the song not of Robert Johnson? No. Jazz musicians borrow from one another heavily, but that doesn’t mean that their songs aren’t theirs.

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