Sweet Home Chicago" is a blues standard first recorded by Robert Johnson in 1936. The song has become a popular anthem for the city of Chicago despite ambiguity in Johnson's original lyrics. Numerous artists have interpreted the song in a variety of styles. All five of Chicago's sports teams have played the song at their games in one form or another.
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Lyrics to "Sweet Home Chicago" song by Peter Green Splinter Group: Oh baby don't you want to go Oh baby don't you want to go Back to the land of California To my sweet. Writer(s): ROBERT JOHNSON. P. Peter Green Lyrics. album: "The Robert Johnson Songbook" (1998). When You Got A Good Friend 32-20 Blues Phonograph Blues Last Fair Deal Gone Down Stop Breakin' Down Blues Terraplane Blues Walkin' Blues Love In Vain Blues Ramblin' On My Mind Stones In My Passway Me And The Devil Blues Honeymoon Blues Kind Hearted Woman Blues I Believe I'll Dust My Broom If I Had Possession Over Judgement Day Sweet Home.
Robert Johnson-Sweet Home Chicago. Can't play "Sweet Home Chicago"? Improve your playing via easy step-by-step video lessons! Track 1-Acoustic Guitar (steel)Track difficulty (Rhythm).
Walkin' Blues is a blues standard written by Son House, but made famous by Robert Johnson in 1936 and reaching popularity after its reissue on the LP King of the Delta Blues Singers in 1961. Artists who have recorded Walking Blues include Cee Lo Green, Muddy Waters, Colin James, Paul Butterfield, Johnny Cash, Hot Tuna, The Grateful Dead, Rory Gallagher, John Kay, . Burnside, Jon Lord, Eric Clapton, Todd Rundgren, Hindu Love Gods, Ash Grunwald, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Joe Bonamassa, Peter Green Splinter Group, Roy Rogers, Bonnie Raitt and The Toy Dolls.
Listen to Sweet Home Chicago (Remastered) from Robert Johnson's All Legacy Masters for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. There are several artists by the name Robert Johnson (listed as per Last. FM guidelines): 1) an American blues singer, guitarist and songwriter (1911-1938) amongst the most famous of Delta blues musicians; ranked fifth in Rolling Stone's list of 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time; considered by some to be the "Grandfather of Rock 'n' Roll" 2) an English. lutenist and composer of the late Tudorian and early Jacobean eras (. 580-c