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John had recently flown for the first time and did not like it at all. Pat Sky tried to reassure him, saying it was a pretty safe means of transport and adding, "Anyway, when it's your time to go, it's your time to go." John thought a while and answered, "Yeah, but what if you're on the plane and it's the pilot's time to go?" - from Phil Ratcliffe's Biography of Mississippi John Hurt

Author Topic: Ike Zimmerman article in living blues-you know..Robt. Johnson's alleged teacher?  (Read 2707 times)

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Can anyone who's read this summarize for those of us who haven't?




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Re: Ike Zimmerman article in living blues
« Reply #1 on: March 11, 2008, 06:59:58 PM »
Maybe he was Bob's great uncle!
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Found the complete transcript;

?Ike Zimmerman: The X in Robert Johnson?s Crossroads?   Living Blues Magazine 2008

Bruce Michael Conforth, Ph.D.
Program in American Culture
University of Michigan

http://www.academia.edu/2408177/_Ike_Zimmerman_The_X_in_Robert_Johnson_s_Crossroads_Living_Blues_2008

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