Robert Johnson's "The Complete Recordings" is one of the most popular blues collections ever released, and is unquestionably the biggest-selling album ever by a pre-World War II bluesman. But new evidence shows we've been listening to his music at the wrong speed.
Today, we examine how flaws in a recording and mastering process may have shaped a blues legacy. Also, jazz and cabaret up-and-comer Loston Harris joins us with his band in the studio.
This a repeat edition of Soundcheck.