Robert Jr. Lockwood – Does 12. Label: Trix – 3317. Mastered at Masterdisk. Recorded December 4&5, 1975 in Parma, Ohio Thanks to Annie Lockwood for the twelve and more. Matrix, Runout (Side A): TRIX - 3317 - A2 MASTERDISK.
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Robert Lockwood Jr. (March 27, 1915 – November 21, 2006) was an American Delta blues guitarist, who recorded for Chess Records and other Chicago labels in the 1950s and 1960s. He was the only guitarist to have learned to play directly from Robert Johnson. Lockwood is known for his longtime collaboration with Sonny Boy Williamson II and for his work in the mid-1950s with Little Walter.
ROBERT JR. LOCKWOOD -12-string gtr/voc. Article properties: LOCKWOOD, Robert J. Plays Robert & Robert. Interpret: LOCKWOOD, Robert Jr. Album titlle: Plays Robert & Robert. This 1970 session was Robert's first album as leader! There were three more Lockwood albums released around the same time (Contrasts and Robert Jr Lockwood Does 12 on the Trix label and Blues Live in Japan on Advent). Robert Jr. Lockwood stayed active on the international blues scene and resided in Cleveland until he passed away on November 21, 2006. the Mississippi Delta bluesman who was taught by Robert Johnson and became a mentor to generations of blues musicians, died on Tuesday in Cleveland, where he lived. He was 91. The cause was respiratory failure, said his wife, Mary Smith Lockwood. Mr. Lockwood had been hospitalized since suffering a brain aneurysm on Nov. 3. Lockwood considered himself Johnson’s stepson, since Johnson had a decade-long romance with his mother. For long stretches of his career, he called himself Robert Jr. Lockwood to acknowledge Johnson’s influence
August 12, 1970 - August, 1970. Earnest Earthy Plaintive.
Robert Lockwood, J. learned his blues firsthand from an unimpeachable source: the immortal Robert Johnson. When Lockwood's mother became romantically involved with the charismatic rambler in Helena, AR, the quiet teenager suddenly gained a role model.
Gifted blues singer and guitarist who came to terms with his stepfather's legacy. The following year Lockwood followed Williamson to Cleveland, Ohio, where they had a regular club gig. After Williamson was lured away by opportunities in Europe, Lockwood stayed on, taking work outside music while he and his wife Annie raised their children. In the 1970s, like many musicians, he discovered that although blues had lost much of its original constituency - whether to mortality or to soul music - it was gaining a new audience among young white enthusiasts. The recordings he took more pleasure and pride in were quirkier, jazzier sets like Does 12 (1977). At the beginning of the 1980s Lock-wood worked in a duet with Johnny Shines, another singer and guitarist whose connection with Johnson caused him to be both lionised and pigeonholed.
|1||Just A Little Bit||2:56|
|2||This Is The Blues||4:27|
|3||Down Home Cooking||3:44|
|10||Little Queen Of Spades||3:23|
|11||King Biscuit Time||2:28|
|3317||Robert Jr. Lockwood*||Does 12 (LP, Album)||Trix||3317||US||1977|