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Playlist of Lonnie Johnson

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    Lonnie Johnson - Another Night To Cry

    5:00

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    Lonnie Johnson - Swingin The Blues - 1966

    3:15

    Lonnie Johnson performing Swingin' the Blues in 1966

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    Devils Got The Blues LONNIE JOHNSON Guitar Hero Legend Of Blues

    2:59

    from my original 78-rpm disk, not from a CD.
    Devil's Got The Blues (1938)
    LONNIE JOHNSON

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    LONNIE JOHNSON - I Found a Dream

    2:43

    One of Lonnie Johnson's VERY BEST performances — one that, to us anyway, is surpassed only by This Love of Mine (previously posted).

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    Lonnie Johnson - I Found A Dream

    4:37

    Lonnie Johnson - vocal and guitar, Elmer Snowden - guitar, Wendell Marshall - bass

    Recorded by Rudy Van Gelder, Englewood Cliffs, NJ 1960

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    Lonnie Johnson 1928 - Away Down on the Alley Blues

    2:50

    from my original 78-rpm disk, not from a CD.
    Away Down on the Alley Blues 1928 Lonnie Johnson, guitar solo

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    Lonnie Johnson - Another Night to Cry

    3:21

    If your a lover of the blues like myself, your going to love this one also. Lonnie Johnson - Another Night to Cry (1963) from a great DVD series called, American Folk Blues Festival 1962-1966, Vol. 1, another must have for your collection. Hope you like it !!!

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    Lonnie Johnson - Summertime

    2:40

    Lyrics:
    Summertime,
    And the livin' is easy
    Fish are jumpin'
    And the cotton is high

    Your daddy's rich
    And your mamma's good lookin'
    So hush little baby
    Don't you cry

    One of these mornings
    You're going to rise up singing
    Then you'll spread your wings
    And you'll take to the sky

    But till that morning
    There's a'nothing can harm you
    With daddy and mamma standing by

    Summertime,
    And the livin' is easy
    Fish are jumpin'
    And the cotton is high

    Your daddy's rich
    And your mamma's good lookin'
    So hush little baby
    Don't you cry

    Note: I do not own or claim to know the audio in this video. It is the property of the respective copyright owners.

    Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.
    All rights reserved for Alonzo Lonnie Johnson ©.

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    Long Black Train , Guitar Hero Legend Of Blues

    3:00

    from my original 78-rpm disk, not from a CD.
    LONNIE JOHNSON (1894-1970)

    Long Black Train (8/05/1930, New York)
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    Lonnie Johnson

    44:02

    Tracklist:

    01. Haunted House 0:00
    02. Memories of You 5:02
    03. Blues for Chris 9:27
    04. I Found a Dream 14:35
    05. St. Louis Blues 19:12
    06. I'll Get Along Somehow 22:21
    07. Savoy Blues 26:51
    08. Back Water Blues 31:06
    09. Elmer's Blues 36:14
    10. Jelly Roll Baker 39:45

    Bass – Wendell Marshall
    Electric Guitar, Vocals – Lonnie Johnson
    Guitar – Elmer Snowden

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    British guitarist analyses the pioneer of lead guitar Lonnie Johnson

    15:23

    Tonight I'm taking a look at a pioneer of lead guitar, Lonnie Johnson.
    Original video -

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    Shes Only A Woman LONNIE JOHNSON Blues Guitar Legend

    3:10

    from my original 78-rpm disk, not from a CD.
    She's Only A Woman (1939)
    LONNIE JOHNSON

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    LONNIE JOHNSON - BLUES & JAZZ GUITAR REALLY THE BEST FROM 1927 TO 1952

    1:2:52

    LONNIE JOHNSON - BLUES & JAZZ GUITAR
    REALLY THE BEST FROM - 1927 TO 1952

    Lonnie Johnson Can be considered the first true solo guitarist in the history of Negro American music, other instrumentalists, belonging both to the world of the Blues and to the Jazz, have also played a decisive role in the emancipation of the guitar, before the Second World War .Eddie Lang has established himself as an excellent guitarist, he has turned to posterity especially for his superb improvisations, In this Eddie Lang was, with Lonnie Johnson, the master of all the solo guitarists who will emerge from the thirties in then. Exerting a considerable influence on all guitar virtuosos. They belonged to the jazz world, like Charlie Christian and Django Reinhardt, or to the Blues, like T. Bone Walker and B. B. King.

    Alonzo Lonnie Johnson
    B. February 8, 1899 -New Orleans, Louisiana
    D. June 16, 1970 - Ontario, Canada

    1. Blue Ghost Blues
    2. I' m So Tired of Living All Alone
    3. Sweet Woman You Can't Go Wrong

    Lonnie Johnson (voc/gt)

    4. Why Women Go Wrong
    5. She's Only a Woman

    Lonnie Johnson (voc/gt) - J. Altheimer (pn)

    6. Friendless Blues
    7. What A Woman

    Lonnie Johnson (voc/gt) -
    John Hughes (pn) - Roy Coulter (b)

    8. Playing Around
    9. It's Too Late To Cry

    Lonnie Johnson (voc/gt)
    Herman Smith (pn) - Monte Morrison (b)

    10. Seven Long Days

    Lonnie Johnson (voc/gt)
    Tiny Bradshaw's Band: Red Prysock (ts)
    Jimmy Robinson (pn) - Clarence Mack (b) - Calvin Shields (dm)

    11. Why Should I Cry

    Lonnie Johnson (voc/gt)
    Ray Felder, Eddie Smith (ts) - Willie Wilkins (pn)
    Tommy Smith (b) - Unk (dm)

    12. You Can't Buy Love
    13. It Was All In Vain
    14. Me And My Crazy Self
    15. What Do You Want That I've Got, Pretty Baby
    16. I'm Guilty

    Lonnie Johnson (voc/gt)
    Todd Rhodes' Band: Charlie Hooks (tp) - Holley Dismukes (as)
    Louis Stephens (ts) - Teddy Buckner (bs) - Todd Rhodes (pn)
    Joe Williams (b) - Bill Benjamin (dm)

    17. Happy New Year Darling

    Lonnie Johnson (voc/gt)
    Hot Lips Page (tp) - Hal Singer, Tom Archia (ts)
    Joe Knight (pn) - Carl Wilson (b) - Bobby Donaldson (dm)

    18. You Only Want Me When You're Lonely
    19. Old Fashioned Love

    Lonnie Johnson (voc/gt) - Simeon Hatch (pn)
    Paul Henry Parks (b) - Nelson Burton (dm)

    20. My My Baby
    21. Can't Sleep Any More
    22. Just Another Day


    Lonnie Johnson (voc/gt)
    Todd Rhodes' Band: Charlie Hooks (tp) - Holley Dismukes (as)
    Louis Stephens (ts) - Teddy Buckner (bs) - Todd Rhodes (pn)
    Joe Williams (b) - Bill Benjamin (dm)

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    Lonnie Johnson - Shes Making Whoopee In Hell Tonight

    3:12

    Baby, you been gone all day, set
    to make whoopee tonight
    You been gone all day, set to make whoopee tonight
    I'm gonna take my razor and cut your late hours,
    I will be serving you right
    The undertaker's been here and gone,
    I gave him your height and size
    Undertaker's been here and gone,
    I gave him your height and size
    You'll be making whoopee with the devil
    in hell tomorrow night
    You made me love you, just got me for your slave
    You made me love you, just got me for your slave
    And from now on you'll be making whoopee
    in your lonesome grave
    Devil got ninety thousand women, he just needs one more
    Devil got ninety thousand women, he just needs one more
    You're just the type of woman for him, mama,
    you're booked out and bound to go
    I told you, next time you go out,
    please carry your black dress along
    Told you, next time you go out,
    please carry your black dress along
    'Cause a coffin will be your present
    and hell will be your brand new home

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    Woke Up With The Blues In My Fingers - Lonnie Johnson

    3:07

    A 12-string guitar solo by the master of blues & jazz.

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    Lonnie Johnson - Stormy Weather

    4:56

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    Tomorrow Night LONNIE JOHNSON, Guitar Hero Legend Of Blues

    3:02

    from my original 78-rpm disk, not from a CD.
    LONNIE JOHNSON (1894-1970)
    Tomorrow Night
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    I Found A Dream - Lonnie Johnson

    3:16

    One of Lonnie's great bluesy ballads, for a beautiful lady.

    This song is part of my new Lonnie Johnson ebook (TABS+video's)

    More interesting stuff at

    Key of G, standard tuning
    I'm playing a 1987 Greven maple FX guitar

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    Lonnie Johnson Guitar Lesson - Woke Up With The Blues In My Fingers

    37:14

    Drop G tuning (DGDGBE low to high)
    TABLATURE is in this book


    The original recording (capo I)


    My other free Lonnie Johnson lessons (tab links in videodescription)
    Lonnie's signature lick

    Lonnie transposed to the key of E


    I often use Lonnie Johnson licks in other songs
    Key to the Highway, the solo at 1.22 is typical Lonnie Johnson


    How to get that Country Blues Bass, free lesson


    Other Lonnie Johnson songs and instrumentals I recorded


    My Lonnie Johnson lesson ebook (video with TAB)


    Painting of Lonnie Johnson by daddystovepipe, 60x80cm, acrylic on stretched canvas.

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    Too Late To Cry - Lonnie Johnson style

    4:54

    60 minute lesson with 5 page TAB available.

    Lonnie Johnson recorded this song at the American Folk Blues Festival in 1963. compared to his prewar recordings he had changed his style, he played in standard tuning and with a plectrum/flatpick. Although he wasn't cutting edge anymore compared to his 1927-32 recordings he was still a sensitive and inventive musician.
    I'm playing a Greven FX maple guitar in standard tuning, key of G
    Lotsa lessons at

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    Lonnie Johnson - 1926 Blues Okeh Record - Theres no Use of Lovin

    4:55

    Here is Blues and Jazz Legend, Lonnie Johnson (1899-1970), in the early part of his long career, singing and accompanying himself on the Piano toThere's no use of Lovin a self compostion on a 1926 Okeh 78rpm Record . Johnson made many records during the 20's and 30's for Okeh and later Decca. He was an innovator of some of the first Guitar Solos on Record, and played in some of the great early Jazz bands of that era.

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    Lonnie Johnson - Losing Game

    36:25

    Videocover of Lonnie Johnson's Remastered Album: Losing Game
    Remastered 2016
    Tracklisting & Buy Link:

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    Stomping Em Along Slow LONNIE JOHNSON Guitar Solo

    2:58

    from my original 78-rpm disk, not from a CD.
    Stomping 'Em Along Slow (1928)
    Lonnie Johnson

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    Blues In G LONNIE JOHNSON Guitar Hero Legend Of Blues

    2:49

    from my original 78-rpm disk, not from a CD.
    Blues In G (1928)
    LONNIE JOHNSON

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    Eddie Lang & Lonnie Johnson Guitar Duet - Midnight Call Blues

    3:21

    Eddie Lang & Lonnie Johnson Guitar Duet
    Eddie Lang (g); Lonnie Johnson (g); (Lang/Johnson),
    New York 09.10.1929

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    Lonnie Johnson Chord and Intro Lesson by Tommy Harkenrider

    7:40

    For Lonnie's Birthday, I thought it would be fun to do a short lesson on his chord forms and popular intro that he used in the later part of his career. For more information check out my site.

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    Woke Up With The Blues In My Fingers - Lonnie Johnson

    3:03

    Originally recorded in 1927.
    The guitar tuning is DGDGBE (G6)
    I'll have a tab available at

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    Lonnie Johnson - Pleasing You

    3:06

    Lonnie Johnson on King 4758 from 1948
    Written by: Lonnie Johnson

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    Lonnie Johnson - Careless Love

    3:15

    Lonnie Johnson - Careless Love
    rec. October 13, 1963 live at the (2nd) American Folk Blues Festival in Bremen, Germany; Lonnie Johnson, voc, g; prod. by Siegfried E. Loch
    ... first published on ACT CD 9205 (Germany 1992) Blues Giants In Concert - More American Folk Blues Festival 1963 a/k/a The Lost Blues Tapes, Vol. 2, this recording taken from Evidence ECD 26200 (US 1995) American Folk Blues Festival 'sixty two to 'sixty five

    source of Lonnie Johnson photo: Notes accompanying Fontana LP 681510 ZL (Germany 1963) American Folkblues [sic] Festival 1963; photographer: Rolf Ambor

    American Folk Blues Festival discography at

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    Woke up with the blues in my fingers by Lonnie Johnson

    2:45

    I've been listening to and playing alot of Lonnie Johnson's music lately. This is one of my favorite instrumental blues by Johnson who recorded this in St. Louis, Missourl on May 2,1927 for OKeh records.

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    Hard Times Aint Gone No Where LONNIE JOHNSON Guitar Hero Legend Of Blues

    2:40

    from my original 78-rpm disk, not from a CD.
    Hard Times Ain't Gone No Where (1937)
    Lonnie Johnson

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    Victoria Spivey & Lonnie Johnson - Dope Head Blues

    3:17

    Flashbacks 1920's - 1940's Novelty Songs Of An Era Long Gone Bye. Drug Songs.

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    Lonnie Johnson - Careless Love

    4:41

    I cannot believe this hasn't been posted before, by me or anyone else. Been a favorite of mine for years. Not the original 1928 recording on 12-string guitar, but a living room recording from 1965 when Johnson was 66 years old. I think it's one of the few revival era recordings that's better than the original. Gorgeous stuff, great vocal phrasing.

    When he was younger, you could make the case that Lonnie Johnson was a bona-fide musical genius. Swing Out Rhythm, Got the Blues for the West End, Tomorrow Night, Keep it to Yourself, with Louis Armstrong and Johnny St. Cyr on Savoy Blues, the Eddie Lang recordings. All of them brilliant. And then as he got older, almost every single song he played had the same licks and same phrasing, he curled up in the same musical corner like a cat near a radiator. But when he was young...

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    Lonnie Johnson - Tomorrow Night

    3:01

    Lonnie Johnson
    Lonnie Johnson (vcl,g) Simeon Hatch (p) Paul Parks (b) Nelson Burton (d) Written By – Coslow, Grosz
    Cincinnati, Ohio, December 10, 1947 (K-5313-1)
    Beschreibung

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    Lonnie Johnson - Falling Rain Blues

    2:46

    From the Johnson Junction (The Blues District)

    Photography by Brassaï; Robert Frank; Joseph Sudek; John Vachon; Larry Fink; Tore Yngve Johnson; Russell Lee; Andreas Feninger; Pietro Morello; Miroslav Hak

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    Lonnie Johnson - Summertime

    3:36

    BeschreibungLonnie Johnson
    Lonnie Johnson (g,vcl)
    Englewood Cliffs, NJ., December 28, 1960

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    Lonnie Johnson - Rocks In My Bed

    3:02

    Lonnie Johnson
    Lonnie Johnson (vcl,g)
    New York City, July 15, 1946 - D492 - Disc 5063, 6063, 710, Melodisc (E) 1138, Oldie Blues (Du)
    LP2819, Blues Doc (Au)CD6025
    Beschreibung

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    Broken Levee Blues by LONNIE JOHNSON Guitar Hero Legend Of Blues

    3:26

    from my original 78-rpm disk, not from a CD.
    Broken Levee Blues (1928) Lonnie Johnson
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    Lonnie Johnson - Blues By Lonnie Johnson

    38:15

    1. Don't Ever Love
    2. No Love For Sale
    3. There's No Love
    4. I Don't Hurt Anymore
    5. She Devil
    6. One Sided Love Affair
    7. Big Leg Woman
    8. There Must Be A Way
    9. She's Drunk Again
    10. Blues 'Round My Door
    11. You Don't Love Me
    12. You Will Need Me

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    Lonnie Johnson - Cant Sleep Anymore

    2:21

    Artist: Lonnie Johnson - Album: Me and My Crazy Self Blues Band

    Ain't got much info about the song credits, year of recording, etc. any help would be much appreciated.

    Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.

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    Lonnie Johnson Guitar Lesson Blue Ghost Blues Part 1 Intro

    7:09

    Lesson TAB


    Old School Blues Guitar - Official Site!

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    Careless Love LONNIE JOHNSON Guitar Hero Legend Of Blues

    3:00

    from my original 78-rpm disk, not from a CD.
    Careless Love (1928)
    LONNIE JOHNSON

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    Otis Spann & Lonnie Johnson - Trouble in Mind

    3:32

    Recorded in 1963 in a Copenhagen studio. Otis Spann (vocal, piano) and Lonnie Johnson (electric guitar).

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    LOONY JOHNSON FT LANDRICK - VOU SER TEU OFFICIAL VIDEO

    5:02

    ©2016 LOONATICBOY MUSIC GROUP.

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    VOU SER TEU VIDEO CREDITS:

    DIRECTED BY WILSOLDIERS
    DIRECTOR DE PHOTOGRAFIA, FILTRAGENS & TRATAMENTO DE IMAGEM : GERSON BRANCO
    DRONE : BLACKROSE
    MAKE UP BY MEIGAMAKE UP
    MODELS : TATIANA FERNANDES & CASSUYLLA
    STAFF : MICAELA MIRANDA
    LOONY JOHNSON OUT FIT BY MYWAY SHOP POR PAULO & VICTOR FIREZA
    ASSISTENTE BY MARCO


    VOU SER SÓ TEU FT LANDRICK

    PROD BY LOONATICBOY
    LETRA : LOONY JOHNSON & LANDRICK

    LOONY JOHNSON
    1ºVERSO
    OH NHA AMOR
    OH NHA AMOR EH!
    BO É TUDO NA NHA VIDA
    DEZ KUANDO NO KONCHE
    UM OIA LOG MÉ BO KI MI UN KRÉ

    OH NHA AMOR
    OH NHA AMOR
    UN TA DA NHA VIDA PA BO
    BO É DONA DI NHA CORÇÃO
    BU TA POM DOENTI D'AMOR

    OUAHH
    SÓ DI TOKA NA BU BODY, BODY
    HOJI UN KRÉ BEM DOB AMOR

    COROS:

    TONIGHT
    SE BO FCA MA MI
    UN TA PROMETEB
    TONIGHT
    UN TA FAZEB NHA RAINHA BABY
    TONIGHT
    SE BO FCA MA MI
    UN TA DOB NHA AMOR
    TONIGHT
    UN TA SER BO REI
    TONIGHT
    E BO NHA RAINHA
    TONIGHT

    HOOK:
    OUAHH
    TXAM SER DI BO
    OUAHH
    DI BO EH!

    LANDRICK
    2º VERSO
    CONTIGO É DIFERENTE
    POR NINGUÉM TE TROCO
    SENTIA NA CARNE
    AGORA SINTO NO USO
    OH! BABY
    VOÇE TOCA LÁ
    UH! BABY
    VOÇE CHEGA LÁ
    COMO NINGUÉM

    OUAHH!
    SÓ DE TOCAR NO TEU CORPO, CORPO ÉH
    BABY VOU TE FAZER FELIZ

    COROS:

    TONIGHT
    SE FICARES COMIGO
    EU PROMETO
    TONIGHT
    VOU TE FAZER
    MINHA RAINHA
    TONIGHT
    SE FICARES COMIGO
    EU PROMETO UÉH
    TONIGHT
    EU VOU SER O TEU REI
    TONIGHT
    E TU MINHA
    RAINHA
    TONIGHT

    HOOK:

    OUAHH!
    VOU SER SÓ TEU
    OUAHH!
    SÓ TEU UÉHH

    PONTE:
    LOONY JOHNSON

    VEM FICAR COMIGO UÉH
    TU ÉS A MULHER QUE HOJE VAI ME ENLOUQUECER
    VAI ME ENLOUQUECER x2

    HOOK:
    LANDRICK

    OUAHH!
    VOU SER SÓ TEU
    OUAHH!
    SÓ TEU UÉHH

    COROS:

    TONIGHT
    SE BO FCA MA MI
    U N TA PROMETEB LOONY JOHNSON
    TONIGHT
    VOU TE FAZER
    MINHA RAINHA LANDRICK
    TONIGHT
    SE FICARES COMIGO
    EU PROMETO UÉH LOONY & LANDRICK
    TONIGHT
    EU VOU SER
    TEU REI LANDRICK
    TONIGHT
    E BO NHA RAINHA LOONYJOHNSON
    TONIGHT

    HOOK
    LOONY JOHNSON & LANDRICK

    OUAHH
    TXAM SER DI BO
    OUAHH
    VOU SER SÓ TEU UÉH
    OUAHH
    TXAM SER DI BO
    OUAHH
    VOU SER SÓ TEU

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    Lonnie Johnson - How to play “Another Night To Cry” Guitar Solo

    2:17

    [incl TAB & SLOW]

    ■Blues Guitar World

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    Lonnie Johnson On The Sunny Side Of The Street

    3:34

    From the 1960 album Blues And Ballads featuring Elmer Snowden

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    Lonnies Blues - Fingerpicking Blues in Lonnie Johnson style

    1:45

    TAB available
    Free Lesson
    Drop D tuning
    I'm playing a Gibson L3 from 1925

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    Baby, Will You Please Come Home LONNIE JOHNSON Guitar Hero Legend Of Blues

    2:51

    LONNIE JOHNSON (1894-1970)
    Baby, Will You Please Come Home (1927)

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    LONNIE JOHNSON - Hes a Jelly-Roll Baker

    2:40

    1950s remake and update of one of Lonnie's classics, first issued in 1947.

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    Lonnie Johnson - Nothin But Trouble

    2:43

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