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Saturday, March 1, 2014

Elder Anderson Johnson - Roots Of Sacred Steel

Styles : Postwar Country Blues
Realesed : 2013
Label : Music Maker

01 - God Don't Like It
02 - Elder Anderson Talks About His Childhood
03 - Just A Closer Walk With Thee
04 - Elder Anderson Talks About His Record In 1953
05 - What Are They Doing In Heaven Today?
06 - Elder Anderson Talks About Faith
07 - Search Me Jesus
08 - Elder Anderson Talks AboutHis Faith Again
09 - Someone Knows
10 - Elder Anderson Talks About His Young Years And Becoming A preacher
11 - If I Could Hear My Mother Pray Again
12 - Elder Anderson Talks About Hitting The Road
13 - My Lord And I
14 - Elder Anderson Talks About Being On the Road
15 - I Can See Everybody's Mother But Mine
16 - Elder Anderson Talks About Coming Back Home And His Past Success
17 - Glory, Glory
18 - Elder Anderson On How He Writes Songs
19 - I'm Going
20 - Elder Anderson Talks About His Guitar
21 - Take This Message To The Other Side
22 - Elder Anderson Is Happy To Rcord Again
23 - Let That Liar Pass On By
24 - Thank You Jesus

Elder Anderson Johnson's talent remembered on Roots of Sacred Steel
Elder Anderson spent his life preaching, singing and playing his steel guitar on the streets of America. He composed his own songs and he attracted the interest of Glory, a local record company owned by Henry Stone that produced a 45 of his song “God Don’t Like It” and others back in 1958 in Miami, Florida, for that label, in addition to the Angel and Deluxe labels. Elder Johnson, who died in 1998, remains a true pioneer of the Sacred Steel music tradition. His singing is rooted in his deep religious faith and his artistic sensibilities ignore popular artistic conventions.

This album includes both Elder Anderson's music and interviews with him, truly a unique portrait of a musical pioneer.

original CD from sussex

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