List Of Songs By Blind Willie Johnson

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Blind Willie Johnson was an American gospel blues singer-guitarist and evangelist. He is regarded as one of the greatest bottleneck slide guitarists.

These are lists of every song recorded by the gospel blues musician Blind Willie Johnson

  • “Bye and Bye I’m Goin’ to See the King” (December 10, 1929, New Orleans, Louisiana; Columbia 14504-D)
  • “Can’t Nobody Hide from God” (April 20, 1930, Atlanta, Georgia; Columbia 14556-D)
  • “Church, I’m Fully Saved To-Day” (April 20, 1930, Atlanta, Georgia; Columbia 14582-D)
  • “Dark Was the Night, Cold Was the Ground” (December 3, 1927, Dallas, Texas; Columbia 14303-D)
  • “Everybody Ought to Treat a Stranger Right” (April 20, 1930, Atlanta, Georgia; Columbia 14597-D)
  • “Go with Me to That Land” (April 20, 1930, Atlanta, Georgia; Columbia 14597-D)
  • “God Don’t Never Change” (December 10, 1929, New Orleans, Louisiana; Columbia 14490-D)
  • “God Moves on the Water” (December 11, 1929, New Orleans, Louisiana; Columbia 14520-D)
  • “I Know His Blood Can Make Me Whole” (December 3, 1927, Dallas, Texas; Columbia 14276-D)
  • “I’m Gonna Run to the City of Refuge” (December 5, 1928, Dallas, Texas; Columbia 14391-D)
  • “Bye and Bye I’m Goin’ to See the King” (December 10, 1929, New Orleans, Louisiana; Columbia 14504-D)
  • “Can’t Nobody Hide from God” (April 20, 1930, Atlanta, Georgia; Columbia 14556-D)
  • “Church, I’m Fully Saved To-Day” (April 20, 1930, Atlanta, Georgia; Columbia 14582-D)
  • “Dark Was the Night, Cold Was the Ground” (December 3, 1927, Dallas, Texas; Columbia 14303-D)
  • “Everybody Ought to Treat a Stranger Right” (April 20, 1930, Atlanta, Georgia; Columbia 14597-D)
  • “Go with Me to That Land” (April 20, 1930, Atlanta, Georgia; Columbia 14597-D)
  • “God Don’t Never Change” (December 10, 1929, New Orleans, Louisiana; Columbia 14490-D)
  • “God Moves on the Water” (December 11, 1929, New Orleans, Louisiana; Columbia 14520-D)
  • “I Know His Blood Can Make Me Whole” (December 3, 1927, Dallas, Texas; Columbia 14276-D)
  • “I’m Gonna Run to the City of Refuge” (December 5, 1928, Dallas, Texas; Columbia 14391-D)
  • “If I Had My Way I’d Tear the Building Down” (“Oh Lord if I Had My Way”) (December 3, 1927, Dallas, Texas; Columbia 14343-D)
  • “If It Had Not Been For Jesus” (April 20, 1930, Atlanta, Georgia; Columbia 14556-D)
  • “It’s Nobody’s Fault but Mine” (December 3, 1927, Dallas, Texas; Columbia 14303-D)
  • “Jesus Is Coming Soon” (December 5, 1928, Dallas, Texas; Columbia 14391-D)
  • “Jesus Make Up My Dying Bed” (December 3, 1927, Dallas, Texas; Columbia 14276-D)
  • “John the Revelator” (April 20, 1929, Atlanta, Georgia; Columbia 14530-D)
  • “Keep Your Lamp Trimmed and Burning” (December 5, 1928, Dallas, Texas; Columbia 14425-D)
  • “Let Your Light Shine on Me” (December 10, 1929, New Orleans, Louisiana; Columbia 14490-D)
  • “Lord I Just Can’t Keep From Crying” (December 5, 1928, Dallas, Texas; Columbia 14425-D)
  • “Motherless Children” (“Mother’s Children Have a Hard Time”) (December 3, 1927, Dallas, Texas; Columbia 14343-D)
  • “Praise God I’m Satisfied” (December 11, 1929, New Orleans, Louisiana; Columbia 14545-D)
  • “Sweeter as the Years Roll By” (December 10, 1929, New Orleans, Louisiana; Columbia 14624-D)
  • “Take Your Burden to the Lord and Leave It There” (December 11, 1929, New Orleans, Louisiana; Columbia 14520-D)
  • “Take Your Stand” (December 11, 1929, New Orleans, Louisiana; Columbia 14624-D)
  • “The Rain Don’t Fall on Me” (April 20, 1929, Atlanta, Georgia; Columbia 14537-D)
  • “The Soul of a Man” (April 20, 1930, Atlanta, Georgia; Columbia 14582-D)
  • “Trouble Will Soon Be Over” (April 20, 1929, Atlanta, Georgia; Columbia 14537-D)
  • “When the War Was On” (December 11, 1929, New Orleans, Louisiana; Columbia 14545-D)
  • “You’ll Need Somebody on Your Bond” (December 11, 1929, New Orleans, Louisiana; Columbia 14504-D)
  • “You’re Gonna Need Somebody on Your Bond” (April 20, 1929, Atlanta, Georgia; Columbia 14530-D)
  • “If I Had My Way I’d Tear the Building Down” (“Oh Lord if I Had My Way”) (December 3, 1927, Dallas, Texas; Columbia 14343-D)
  • “If It Had Not Been For Jesus” (April 20, 1930, Atlanta, Georgia; Columbia 14556-D)
  • “It’s Nobody’s Fault but Mine” (December 3, 1927, Dallas, Texas; Columbia 14303-D)
  • “Jesus Is Coming Soon” (December 5, 1928, Dallas, Texas; Columbia 14391-D)
  • “Jesus Make Up My Dying Bed” (December 3, 1927, Dallas, Texas; Columbia 14276-D)
  • “John the Revelator” (April 20, 1929, Atlanta, Georgia; Columbia 14530-D)
  • “Keep Your Lamp Trimmed and Burning” (December 5, 1928, Dallas, Texas; Columbia 14425-D)
  • “Let Your Light Shine on Me” (December 10, 1929, New Orleans, Louisana; Columbia 14490-D)
  • “Lord I Just Can’t Keep From Crying” (December 5, 1928, Dallas, Texas; Columbia 14425-D)
  • “Motherless Children” (“Mother’s Children Have a Hard Time”) (December 3, 1927, Dallas, Texas; Columbia 14343-D)
  • “Praise God I’m Satisfied” (December 11, 1929, New Orleans, Louisiana; Columbia 14545-D)
  • “Sweeter as the Years Roll By” (December 10, 1929, New Orleans, Louisiana; Columbia 14624-D)
  • “Take Your Burden to the Lord and Leave It There” (December 11, 1929, New Orleans, Louisiana; Columbia 14520-D)
  • “Take Your Stand” (December 11, 1929, New Orleans, Louisiana; Columbia 14624-D)
  • “The Rain Don’t Fall on Me” (April 20, 1929, Atlanta, Georgia; Columbia 14537-D)
  • “The Soul of a Man” (April 20, 1930, Atlanta, Georgia; Columbia 14582-D)
  • “Trouble Will Soon Be Over” (April 20, 1929, Atlanta, Georgia; Columbia 14537-D)
  • “When the War Was On” (December 11, 1929, New Orleans, Louisiana; Columbia 14545-D)
  • “You’ll Need Somebody on Your Bond” (December 11, 1929, New Orleans, Louisiana; Columbia 14504-D)
  • “You’re Gonna Need Somebody on Your Bond” (April 20, 1929, Atlanta, Georgia; Columbia 14530-D)

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