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Lonnie Johnson
ロニー・ジョンソン

  • BORN: February 8, 1894, New Orleans, Louisiana
    1894年2月8日、ルイジアナ州ニューオーリンズ生まれ
  • DIED: June 16, 1970, Toronto, Canada
    1970年6月16日、カナダのトロントにて死去
  • vocals guitar violin piano

ロニー・ジョンソンは同時代のブルース奏者のなかでもとりわけ熟練した人物の一人であっただけではなく、ジャズの発展にも多大な影響を与えた人物だ。早い時期からチョーキングやヴィブラートを交えた革新的なギター奏法にたどり着いていたジョンソンは、スタジオ・ミュージシャンとしてルイ・アームストロングの「Hotter than That」や、デューク・エリントンの「The Mooch」のレコーディングに参加、華麗なソロで大きな貢献を果たしている。エディ・ラングとの画期的なデュエットもまた、広く賞賛されたもの。大恐慌で音楽の仕事にあぶれ、一時悲惨な生活を味わったが、その後カムバックして、1940年代に「Tomorrow Night」「Pleasing You」のヒットを記録。1960年代には、若い白人のフォーク・ファンの間で人気を得て、1970年にその生涯を終えるまで演奏活動を続けることができた。

Recordings

circa November 2, 1925, St. Louis, Missouri
  • Won't Don't Blues
November 4, 1925, St. Louis, Missouri
January 19, 1926, New York City, New York
  • Very Lonesome Blues
  • When I Was Lovin' Changed My Mind Blues
  • Sun To Sun Blues
  • Bed Of Sand
  • Lonesome Jail Blues
January 20, 1926, New York City, New York
  • Love Story Blues
  • Nile Of Genago
  • Five O'Clock Blues
  • Johnson's Trio Stomp
May 13, 1926, St. Louis, Missouri
  • Woman Changed My Life
  • Lonnie's Got The Blues
May 14, 1926, St. Louis, Missouri
  • Good Old Wagon
  • A Good Happy Home
  • Baby You Don't Know My Mind
  • I Have No Sweet Woman Now
August 13, 1926, New York City, New York
  • You Drove A Good Man Away
  • Ball And Chain Blues
  • You Don't See Into The Blues Like Me
  • There's No Use Of Lovin'
  • Baby, Please Tell Me
  • I'm Gonna Dodge The Blues Just Wait And See
  • Oh! Doctor The Blues
  • Sweet Woman, See For Yourself
August 14, 1926, New York City, New York
  • To Do This, You Got To Know How
April 25, 1927, St. Louis, Missouri
  • South Bound Water
  • Treat 'Em Right
  • Baby, Will You Please Come Home
  • I Done Told You
  • Steppin' On The Blues
April 27, 1927, St. Louis, Missouri
  • A Broken Heart That Never Smiles
  • Steady Grind (by Victoria Spivey)
  • Idle Hour Blues (by Victoria Spivey)
  • Arkansas Road Blues (by Victoria Spivey)
  • The Alligator Pond Went Dry (by Victoria Spivey)
  • No. 12 Let Me Roam (by Victoria Spivey)
  • T-B Blues (by Victoria Spivey)
April 30, 1927, St. Louis, Missouri
  • Black Cat Blues (by Helen Humes)
  • A Worried Woman's Blues (by Helen Humes)
May 1, 1927, St. Louis, Missouri
  • Superstitious Blues (by Joe Brown)
  • Cotton Patch Blues (by Joe Brown)
  • Blackbird Blues (by Raymond Boyd)
  • Unkind Mama (by Raymond Boyd)
  • Four Hands Are Better Than Two
May 2, 1927, St. Louis, Missouri
  • Woke Up With The Blues In My Fingers
  • Lonesome Valley Blues (by Irene Scruggs)
  • Sorrow Valley Blues (by Irene Scruggs)
  • Cryin' For Daddy Blues (by Bessie Mae Smith)
  • High Water Blues (by Bessie Mae Smith)
May 3, 1927, St. Louis, Missouri
  • Back Water Blues
August 5, 1927, New York City, New York
  • I Love You, Mary Lou
  • Sweet Woman You Can't Go Wrong
August 11, 1927, New York City, New York
  • Range In My Kitchen Blues (by Texas Alexander)
  • Long Lonesome Day Blues (by Texas Alexander)
  • Mean Old Bedbug Blues
  • Lonesome Ghost Blues
  • Fickle Mamma Blues
August 12, 1927, New York City, New York
  • Roaming Rambler Blues
  • Stay Out Of Walnut Street Alley
  • The Deep Blue Sea Blues (by Texas Alexander)
  • Corn-Bread Blues (by Texas Alexander)
  • Section Gang Blues (by Texas Alexander)
  • Levee Camp Moan Blues (by Texas Alexander)
October 3, 1927, New York City, New York
  • St. Louis Cyclone Blues
  • Bedbug Blues Part 2
October 28, 1927, New York City, New York
  • Garter Snake Blues (by Victoria Spivey)
  • Christmas Mornin' Blues (by Victoria Spivey)
  • Dope Head Blues (by Victoria Spivey)
  • Red Lantern Blues (by Victoria Spivey)
October 31, 1927, New York City, New York
  • 6/88 Glide
  • Tin Can Alley Blues
  • Blood Thirsty Blues (by Victoria Spivey)
  • Nightmare Blues (by Victoria Spivey)
November 1, 1927, New York City, New York
  • Murder In The First Degree (by Victoria Spivey)
  • Jelly Look What You Done Done (by Victoria Spivey)
  • Your Worries Ain't Like Mine (by Victoria Spivey)
  • A Good Man Is Hard To Find (by Victoria Spivey)
November 9, 1927, New York City, New York
  • Bitin' Fleas Blues
  • Life Saver Blues
  • Blue Ghost Blues
December 10, 1927, Chicago, Illinois
December 12, 1927, Chicago, Illinois
  • Low Land Moan
  • Creepin' Eel Blues (by Bessie Mae Smith)
  • Ghost Creeping Blues (by Bessie Mae Smith)
  • Boa Constrictor Blues (by Bessie Mae Smith)
  • Dead Sea Blues (by Bessie Mae Smith)
  • Sneakin' Lizard Blues (by Bessie Mae Smith)
  • My Daddy's Coffin Blues (by Bessie Mae Smith)
  • Mean Bloodhound Blues (by Bessie Mae Smith)
December 13, 1927, Chicago, Illinois
  • Sweet Potato Blues
  • Hotter Than That (Louis Armstrong)
  • Savoy Blues (Louis Armstrong)
  • Handful O' Keys
  • Searchin' For Flats
  • The St. Louis Train Kept Passing By
  • When A Man Is Treated Like A Dog
December 14, 1927, Chicago, Illinois
  • It's Hot - Let It Alone
  • Bearcat Blues
  • Why Should I Grieve After You're Gone
December 16, 1927
  • She's Nothing But Nice (by Wilton Crawley)
  • Crawley Clarinet Moan (by Wilton Crawley)
  • Love Will Drive Me Crazy (by Wilton Crawley)
  • Let's Pretend To Be Sweethearts (by Wilton Crawley)
December 17, 1927, Chicago, Illinois
  • Diamonds In The Rough (by Wilton Crawley)
  • Kansas City Blues - Part 1
  • Kansas City Blues - Part 2
February 15, 1928, Memphis, Tennessee
  • Memphis Stomp (by Nap Hayes And Matthew Prater)
  • Violin Blues
February 17, 1928, Memphis, Tennessee
  • Keghouse Blues (by Keghouse)
February 18, 1928, Memphis, Tennessee
  • Shiftin' My Gear Blues (by Keghouse)
February 21, 1928, Memphis, Tennessee
  • Playing With The Strings
  • Stompin' 'Em Along Slow
  • Away Down In The Alley Blues
  • Blues In G
February 27, 1928, Memphis, Tennessee
  • Helena Blues (by Mooch Richardson)
  • Big Kate Adams Blues (by Mooch Richardson)
February 29, 1928, Memphis, Tennessee
  • Burying Ground Blues (by Mooch Richardson)
March 9, 1928, San Antonio, Texas
  • Death Bed Blues (by Texas Alexander)
  • Yellow Girl Blues (by Texas Alexander)
  • West Texas Blues (by Texas Alexander)
  • Bantam Rooster Blues (by Texas Alexander)
  • Deep Blue Sea Blues (by Texas Alexander)
  • No More Women Blues (by Texas Alexander)
  • I'm So Tired Of Living All Alone
  • Don't You Wish Your Baby Was Built Up Like Mine? (by Texas Alexander)
  • Bell Cow Blues (by Texas Alexander)
March 13, 1928, San Antonio, Texas
  • Way Down That Lonesome Road
  • Crowing Rooster Blues
  • Broken Levee Blues
  • Wrong Woman Blues
October 1, 1928
  • The Mooche (by Duke Ellington And His Orchestra) - @YouTube
  • Move Over (by Duke Ellington And His Orchestra)
  • Hot And Bothered (by Duke Ellington And His Orchestra) - @YouTube
October 13, 1928, New York City, New York
  • Paducah (by The Chocolate Dandies)
  • Star Dust (by The Chocolate Dandies)
  • New Black Snake Blues - Part 1 (by Victoria Spivey & Lonnie Johnson)
  • New Black Snake Blues - Part 2 (by Victoria Spivey & Lonnie Johnson)
October 17, 1928, New York City, New York
  • No, Papa, No! (by Victoria Spivey)
  • Toothache Blues - Part 1 (by Victoria Spivey & Lonnie Johnson)
October 18, 1928, New York City, New York
  • Furniture Man Blues - Part 1 (by Victoria Spivey & Lonnie Johnson)
  • Furniture Man Blues - Part 2 (by Victoria Spivey & Lonnie Johnson)
  • Toothache Blues - Part 2 (by Victoria Spivey & Lonnie Johnson)
November 15, 1928, New York City, New York
  • Work Ox Blues (by Texas Alexander)
  • The Risin' Sun (by Texas Alexander)
November 16, 1928, New York City, New York
  • Penitentiary Moan Blues (by Texas Alexander)
  • Blue Devil Blues (by Texas Alexander)
  • When You Fall For Some One That's Not Your Own
  • Careless Love
November 17, 1928, New York City, New York
  • Two Tone Stomp (by Lonnie Johnson And Eddie Lang)
  • Have To Change Keys To Play These Blues (by Lonnie Johnson And Eddie Lang)
February 18, 1929, New York City, New York
  • It Feels So Good - Part 1 (by Lonnie Johnson And Spencer Williams)
  • It Feels So Good - Part 2 (by Lonnie Johnson And Spencer Williams)
February 27, 1929, New York City, New York
  • I Want A Little Some O' That What You Got (by Lonnie Johnson And Jimmy Foster)
March 5, 1929
March 19, 1929, New York City, New York
  • Death Is On Your Track (by Lonnie Johnson And Spencer Williams)
May 1, 1929, New York City, New York
  • Jet Black Blues (by Blind Willie Dunn's Gin Bottle Four)
  • Blue Blood Blues (by Blind Willie Dunn's Gin Bottle Four)
May 7, 1929, New York City, New York
  • Guitar Blues (by Lonnie Johnson And Eddie Lang)
May 8, 1929, New York City, New York
  • A Handful Of Riffs (by Lonnie Johnson And Eddie Lang)
  • Blue Guitars (by Lonnie Johnson And Eddie Lang)
May 16, 1929, New York City, New York
  • Bullfrog Moan (by Lonnie Johnson And Eddie Lang)
May 24, 1929, New York City, New York
  • It Feels So Good - Part 3 (by Lonnie Johnson And Spencer Williams)
  • It Feels So Good - Part 4 (by Lonnie Johnson And Spencer Williams)
June 11, 1929, New York City, New York
  • You Can't Give A Woman Everything She Needs
  • Sundown Blues
  • From Now On Make Your Whoopee At Home
  • Mr. Johnson's Blues No. 2
  • Baby Please Don't Leave Home No More
  • The New Fallin' Rain Blues
July 3, 1929, New York City, New York
  • You Done Lost Your Good Thing Now! - Part 1 (by Victoria Spivey & Lonnie Johnson)
  • You Done Lost Your Good Thing Now! - Part 2 (by Victoria Spivey & Lonnie Johnson)
October 9, 1929, New York City, New York
  • Deep Minor Rhythm Stomp (by Eddie Lang And Lonnie Johnson)
  • Midnight Call Blues (by Eddie Lang And Lonnie Johnson)
  • Hot Fingers (by Eddie Lang And Lonnie Johnson)
  • Blue Room (Blues) (by Eddie Lang And Lonnie Johnson)
January 7, 1930, New York City, New York
  • She's Making Whoopee In Hell Tonight
  • Another Woman Booked Out And Bound To Go
January 8, 1930, New York City, New York
  • Once Or Twice (by Lonnie Johnson And Spencer Williams)
  • Monkey And The Baboon (by Lonnie Johnson And Spencer Williams)
  • Wipe It Off (by Lonnie Johnson And Clarence Williams)
January 23, 1930, New York City, New York
  • Death Valley Is Just Half Way To My Home
  • Headed For Southland
  • I Got The Best Jelly Roll In Town - Pt.1
  • I Got The Best Jelly Roll In Town - Pt.2
  • She Don't Know Who She Wants
  • Don't Drive Me From Your Door
February 7, 1930, New York City, New York
  • The Dirty Dozen (by Lonnie Johnson And Clarence Williams)
  • Keep It To Yourself (by Lonnie Johnson And Spencer Williams)
April 23, 1930, New York City, New York
  • I Just Can't Stand These Blues
April 26, 1930, New York City, New York
  • Deep Sea Blues
June 5, 1930, New York City, New York
  • Bull Frog And The Toad (by Lonnie Johnson And Spencer Williams)
  • Monkey And The Baboon (by Lonnie Johnson And Spencer Williams)
August 5, 1930, New York City, New York
  • Long Black Train
  • I Have To Do My Time
September 11, 1930, New York City, New York
  • No More Troubles Now
  • Sam, You Can't Do That To Me
October 31, 1930, New York City, New York
  • You're Getting Old On Your Job (by Clara Smith And Lonnie Johnson)
  • What Makes You Act Like That? (by Clara Smith And Lonnie Johnson)
  • You Had Too Much (by Clara Smith And Lonnie Johnson)
  • Don't Wear It Out (by Clara Smith And Lonnie Johnson)
November 22, 1930, New York City, New York
  • Got The Blues For Murder Only
  • Let All Married Women Alone
February 11, 1931, New York City, New York
  • Southland Is All Right With Me
  • Blues Is Only A Ghost
  • Just A Roaming Man
  • Low Down St. Louis Blues
March 10, 1931, New York City, New York
  • Just A Roaming Man
June 16, 1931, New York City, New York
  • Beautiful But Dumb
  • From A Wash Woman On Up
July 6, 1931, New York City, New York
  • Hell Is A Name For All Sinners
  • Home Wreckers Blues
  • Jelly Killed Old Sam
  • The Faults Of All Women And Men
August 10, 1931, New York City, New York
  • Boop-Poop-A-Doop (by Leola B. Wilson)
  • You Need A Woman Like Me (by Leola B. Wilson)
August 21, 1931, New York City, New York
  • Not The Chump I Use To Be
  • Best Jockey In Town
December 3, 1931, New York City, New York
  • Sleepy Water Blues
  • Uncle Ned, Don't Use Your Head - @YouTube
January 12, 1932, New York City, New York
  • Cat You Been Messin' Aroun'
  • She's Dangerous With That Thing
February 9, 1932, New York City, New York
  • Men, Get Wise To Yourself
  • Sam, You're Just A Rat
March 17, 1932, New York City, New York
  • Winnie The Wailer
  • There Is No Justice
August 12, 1932, New York City, New York
  • I'm Nuts About That Gal
  • Racketeers Blues
  • Unselfish Love
  • My Love Don't Belong To You
  • Love Is Just A Song
  • Go Back To Your No Good Man
November 8, 1937, Chicago, Illinois
  • Man Killing Broad
  • Hard Times Ain't Gone No Where
  • Flood Water Blues
  • It Ain't What You Usta Be
  • Swing Out Rhythm
  • Got The Blues For The West End
  • Something Fishy (Don't Lie To Me)
  • I'm Nuts Over You
  • She Walks Like A Kangaroo (by Ollie Shepard)
  • Honey Bee (Let Me Be Your Honey Bee) (by Ollie Shepard)
  • No One To Call You Dear (Ain't It Tough) (by Ollie Shepard)
  • Sweetheart Land (by Ollie Shepard)
March 31, 1938, New York City, New York
  • One Woman Blues (by Ollie Shepard)
  • Brown Skin Woman (by Ollie Shepard)
  • S-B-A Blues (by Ollie Shepard)
  • Good Woman (by Ollie Shepard)
  • Pee Wee Pee Wee (by Ollie Shepard)
  • Drunk Again (by Ollie Shepard)
  • Biscuit Rolling Time (by Ollie Shepard)
  • What's Your Guess? (by Ollie Shepard)
  • Hope You Haven't Forgotten Me (by Ollie Shepard)
  • At Your Mercy (by Ollie Shepard)
  • Friendless And Blue
  • Devil's Got The Blues
  • I Ain't Gonna Be Your Fool
  • Mr. Johnson Swing
  • New Falling Rain Blues
  • Laplegged Drunk Again
  • Blue Ghost Blues
  • South Bound Backwater
April 1, 1938, New York City, New York
  • 304 Blues (Lost My Job On The Project) (by Peetie Wheatstraw)
  • The Wrong Woman (by Peetie Wheatstraw)
  • Hard Headed Black Gal (by Peetie Wheatstraw)
  • Banana Man (by Peetie Wheatstraw)
  • Shack Bully Stomp (by Peetie Wheatstraw)
  • Road Tramp Blues (by Peetie Wheatstraw)
  • Sweet Lucille (by Peetie Wheatstraw)
  • Saturday Night Blues (by Peetie Wheatstraw)
  • I'm Blue And Lonesome (by Georgia White)
  • Good Little Thing (by Peetie Wheatstraw)
  • Cake Alley (by Peetie Wheatstraw)
  • What More Can A Man Do? (by Peetie Wheatstraw)
  • Almost Afraid To Love (by Georgia White)
  • Too Much Trouble (by Georgia White)
  • Crazy Blues (by Georgia White)
  • 'Tain't Nobody's Business If I Do (by Georgia White)
  • Holding My Own (by Georgia White)
October 18, 1938, Chicago, Illinois
  • Truckin' Thru Traffic (by Peetie Wheatstraw)
  • Hot Springs Blues (by Peetie Wheatstraw)
  • A Man Ain't Nothin' But A Fool (by Peetie Wheatstraw)
  • Black Horse Blues (by Peetie Wheatstraw)
  • Sugar Mama (by Peetie Wheatstraw)
  • Me No Lika You (by Peetie Wheatstraw)
  • Bleeding Heart Blues (by Jimmie Gordon)
  • Number Runner's Blues (by Jimmie Gordon)
October 21, 1938, Chicago, Illinois
  • The Blues Ain't Nothin' But...???
  • Dead Man's Blues
  • Love Sick Blues
  • My Worried Mind Blues
September 13, 1939, Chicago, Illinois
  • Streamline Blues (by Johnnie Temple)
  • Good Suzie (Rusty Knees) (by Johnnie Temple)
  • Down In Mississippi (by Johnnie Temple)
  • Evil Bad Woman (by Johnnie Temple)
  • Cherry Ball (by Johnnie Temple)
  • Let's Get Together (by Johnnie Temple)
September 14, 1939, Chicago, Illinois
  • Beer Tavern (by Peetie Wheatstraw)
  • You Can't Stop Me From Drinking (by Peetie Wheatstraw)
  • I Want Some Sea Food (by Peetie Wheatstraw)
  • Rolling Chair (by Peetie Wheatstraw)
  • Love Bug Blues (by Peetie Wheatstraw)
  • Confidence Man (by Peetie Wheatstraw)
November 2, 1939, Chicago, Illinois
  • Why Women Go Wrong
  • She's Only A Woman
  • She's My Mary
  • Nothing But A Rat
  • Trust Your Husband
  • Jersey Belle Blues
  • The Loveless Blues
  • Four-O-Three Blues
May 22, 1940, Chicago, Illinois
  • Be Careful
  • I'm Just Dumb
  • Don't Be No Fool
  • Get Yourself Together
June 5, 1940
  • New Orleans Hop Scop Blues (by Jimmie Noone Orchestra)
  • Keystone Blues (by Jimmie Noone Orchestra)
  • Red Onion Blues (by Johnny Dodds' Orchestra)
  • Gravier Street Blues (by Johnny Dodds' Orchestra)
January 6, 1941, Boulevard Lounge, Chicago, Illinois
  • Falling Rain
  • Rocks In My Bed No. 2
  • Secret Emotions
  • More Rhythm
February 7, 1941, Chicago, Illinois
  • Crowing Rooster
  • That's Love
  • Somebody's Got To Go
  • Lazy Woman Blues
  • She Ain't Right
  • Chicago Blues
  • I Did All I Could
  • In Love Again
February 13, 1942, Chicago, Illinois
  • From 20 To 44
  • The Last Call
  • Rambler's Blues
  • Lonesome Road
  • Fly Right, Baby
  • Baby, Remember Me
  • The Devil's Woman
  • Heart Of Iron
  • He's A Jelly-Roll Baker
  • When You Feel Low Down
December 14, 1944, Chicago, Illinois
  • Some Day Baby
  • My Love Is Down
  • The Victim Of Love
  • Watch Shorty
July 15, 1946, New York
  • My Last Love
  • Keep What You Got
  • Solid Blues
  • I'm In Love With Love
  • Drifting Along Blues
  • How Could You Be So Mean
  • Why I Love You
  • Tell Me Why
  • Rocks In My Bed
  • Blues For Everybody
  • In Love Again
  • Blues In My Soul
June 2, 1947, Chicago, Illinois
  • How Could You
  • Love Is The Answer
  • Don't Blame Her
  • Your Last Time Out
  • You Know I Do
  • Blues For Lonnie
December 10, 1947, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • I Am So Glad
  • What A Woman
  • Happy New Year Darling
  • Tomorrow Night
December 1947, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • Friendless Blues
December 14, 1947, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • My Baby's Gone
  • I Want My Baby
  • What A Real Woman
  • Love That Gal
  • It's Been So Long
  • Be Sweet To Me
  • Blues In The Clouds
  • Don't Be No Fool
December 1947, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • Falling Rain Blues
  • Blue Ghost Has Got Me
  • Feeling Low Down
  • Drunk Again
December 1947, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • Jelly Roll Baker
December 1947, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • Working Man's Blues
  • Chicago Blues
  • Lazy Woman
  • In Love Again
circa 1947, Detroit, Michigan
  • Tomorrow Night
  • Lonesome Day Blues
  • Tell Me Baby
August 13, 1948, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • Pleasing You (As Long I Live)
  • Good Night Darling
  • Feel So Lonesome
  • It's Too Late To Cry
  • You're Mine Now
  • I Know It's Love
  • Tell Me Little Woman
  • Call Me Darling
  • Tomorrow
  • Lonesome Road
  • So Tired
  • Backwater Blues
  • Careless Love
November 19, 1948, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • So Tired
  • My My Baby
  • New Orleans Blues
circa January 5, 1949, Linden, New Jersey
  • Bewildered
  • Matinee Hour In New Orleans
  • Playing Around
April 8, 1949, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • Don't Play With My Love
  • Not Until You Came My Way
May 9, 1949, Linden, New Jersey
  • I Found A Dream
  • You Take Romance
  • She's So Sweet
  • Romance In The Stars
May 20, 1949, New York
  • Working Man (by Herman Ray)
  • Trouble Blues (by Herman Ray)
  • President's Blues (by Herman Ray)
  • I'm A Little Piece Of Leather (by Herman Ray)
November 29, 1949, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • Troubles Ain't Nothing But The Blues
  • Confused
  • I'm So Afraid
  • Blues Stay Away From Me
September 14, 1950, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • I'm So Crazy For Love
  • Nobody's Lovin' Me
  • Little Rockin' Chair
  • Nothin' Clickin' Chicken
September 20, 1950, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • Nothing But Trouble
  • Old Fashioned Love
  • When I'm Gone (Will It Still Be Me)
  • What Do You Want, That I've Got Pretty Baby
February 26, 1951, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • Why Should I Cry
  • It Was All In Vain
  • You Only Want Me When You're Lonely
  • Take Me I'm Yours
October 26, 1951, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • Darlin'
  • My Mother's Eyes
  • Me And My Crazy Self
  • Seven Long Days
June 3, 1952, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • I'm Guilty
  • Just Another Day
  • You Can't Buy Love
  • Can't Sleep Any More
1953, New York
  • Don't Make Me Cry Baby
  • My Woman Is Gone
  • Will You Remember
  • Stick With It Baby
1953, New York
  • Voya Con Dios
  • This Love Of Mine
  • I Found A Dream
  • It's Been So Long
1959, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • Pleasing You
March 8, 1960, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey
  • You Will Need Me
  • I Don't Hurt Anymore
  • You Don't Move Me
  • Big Leg Woman
  • One Sided Love Affair
  • There Must Be A Way
  • She's Drunk Again
  • There's No Love
  • Blues Around My Door
  • She Devil
  • Don't Ever Love
  • No Love For Sale
April 5, 1960, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey
  • Savoy Blues
  • Lester Leaps In
  • Blues All Alone
  • On The Sunny Side Of The Street
  • C-Jam Blues
  • New Orleans Blues
  • Careless Love
  • St. Louis Blues
  • Elmer's Blues
  • Stormy Weather (take 1)
  • Stormy Weather (take 2)
  • Jelly Roll Baker
  • I Ain't Gonna Give Nobody None Of This Jelly Roll
  • Haunted House
  • Blues For Chris
  • Birth Of The Blues
  • Farewell Blues
  • There's No Love
  • Backwater Blues
  • I Ain't Got Nobody
  • Memories Of You
  • I'll Get Along Somehow
  • I Found A Dream
December 28, 1960, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey
  • My Little Kitten Susie
  • New Year's Blues
  • Losing Game
  • Moanin' Blues
  • New Orleans Blues
  • Slow And Easy
  • Evil Woman
  • Lines In My Face
  • Four Walls And Me
  • What A Difference A Day Makes
  • Summertime
  • You Won't Let Me Go
July 13, 1961, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey
  • Long Time Blues (Lonnie Johnson with Victoria Spivey)
  • Idle Hours (Lonnie Johnson with Victoria Spivey)
  • Leave Me Or Love Me
  • Darling I Miss You So
  • Please Baby
  • End It All
  • Good Luck Darling
  • You Are My Life
  • Oh Yes Baby
  • No More Cryin'
  • You Have No Love In Your Heart
August 16, 1961, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey
  • Johnson Swings
  • Some Day Baby
  • Lonesome Road
  • When You're Feeling Low Down
  • I Ain't Gonna Be Your Fool
  • Get Yourself Together
  • Roamin' Gambler
  • The Last Call
  • My Love Is Down
  • Nuts About That Girl
  • Fly Right Baby
  • Swingin' The Blues
September 21, 1961, New York
  • Grow Old Together (by Victoria Spivey)
  • I'm A Red Hot Mama (by Victoria Spivey)
  • Thursday Girl (by Victoria Spivey)
  • Christmas Without Santa Claus (by Victoria Spivey)
  • Let's Ride Tonight (by Victoria Spivey)
  • I Got Men All Over This Town (by Victoria Spivey)
August 6, 1962, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey
  • Another Night To Cry
  • I Got News For You Baby
  • Blues After Hours
  • You Didn't Mean What You Said
  • Fine Booze And Heavy Dues
  • I've Got To Get Rid Of You
  • Bow-Legged Baby
  • Make Love To Me Baby
  • Lots Of Loving
  • A Story About Barbara
  • Goodbye Kitten
early 1960s, Berkeley, California
  • Stand Alone Blues
  • Brenda
September 20, 1963, American Folk Blues Festival
  • Another Night To Cry
October 13, 1963, American Folk Blues Festival, Bremen, Germany
  • It's Too Late To Cry
  • Careless Love
  • C.C. Rider
1963
  • Black Snake Blues (by Victoria Spivey)
October 16, 1963, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Tomorrow Night
  • Clementine Blues
  • See See Rider
  • Raining On The Cold Cold Ground
  • Jelly, Jelly
  • Too Late To Cry
  • Call Me Darling
  • Why Did You Go
  • Swingin' With Lonnie
  • Please Help Me
  • My Baby Is Gone
  • You Don't Know What Love Is
  • Don't Cry Baby
November 15, 1963, New York
  • Mr. Johnson's Guitar Talks
  • Stop Talking
  • Stick By Me Baby
  • Four Shots Of Gin
  • Be Careful
  • Feeling From The Fingers
  • Lonnie's Traveling Light
May 29, 1964, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • Love Me Tonight
  • Lucky Dreamer
June 1, 1964, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • All My Love Belongs To You
  • Brenda
1964
  • Slow And Easy
  • Another Night To Cry
1965, Forest Hills, New York
  • This Love Of Mine
  • September Song
  • Don't Cry Baby
  • Solitude
  • I'm Confessin' That I Love You
  • I Can't Give You Anything But Love Baby
  • St. Louis Blues
  • New Orleans Blues
  • Careless Love
  • Danny Boy
  • Back Water Blues
  • My Mother's Eyes
  • Prisoner Of Love
  • There's Been Some Changes Made
  • Jelly Jelly
  • Summertime
  • Rockin' Chair
April 12 & June 1965, New York
  • Now He's Gone (by Victoria Spivey)
  • Just A Rank Stud (by Victoria Spivey)
  • 1965 (by Victoria Spivey)
  • Every Dog Has His Day (by Victoria Spivey)
  • Every Dog Has His Day (alternate take) (by Victoria Spivey)
  • Dig Me (by Victoria Spivey)
  • We Both Die To Die (by Victoria Spivey)
  • Somebody's Got To Go (by Victoria Spivey)
June 18, 1965, New York
  • My Baby Isn't Here
November 24, 1965, Toronto
  • China Boy
  • Mr. Blues Walks
  • Bring It On Home To Mama
  • West End Blues
  • Go Go Swing
  • My Mother's Eyes
1967, New York
  • Raise The Window High
  • Tears Don't Fall No More
  • Long Road To Travel
  • Prisoner Of Love
  • Careless Love
  • Juice Headed Baby
  • Old Rocking Chair
  • When You Always By Yourself
  • Lazy Mood
  • My Mother's Eyes
  • Summertime
  • See See Rider
  • Mr. Trouble
  • You Have My Life In Your Hands
  • How Deep Is The Ocean
  • Pouring Down Rain
  • The Entire Family Was Musicians
  • Falling Rain Blues
  • Teardrops In My Eyes
  • Looking For A Sweetie
  • I've Been A Fool Myself
  • What A Difference A Day Makes
  • That Lonesome Road
  • I Can't Believe

Influences
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