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Ann--as Andy says, Don Law supervised the sessions for ARC. He later was a
producer for Columbia in Nashville. I beleive his papers (notebooks, etc.) are
in the archives at the Country Music Foundation there. Whether they go back
that far, I don't know, but probably worth a query to them. Good luck.
Bruce Nemerov
Center for Popular Music
Middle Tennessee State University








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>Ann, in light of the information you already have, you probably already
>know this (and I don't know if it will lead anywhere anyway), but FWIW
>Johnson was recorded by a guy named Don Law, who went on to become a
>leading country producer for Columbia. He's long gone, but his son
>(whom I believe to be named Don as well) became a prominent music
>promoter in Boston and might still be around. Might be a lead - what
>kid wouldn't want to know how his Dad recorded Robert Johnson? Good
>luck.
>
>Andy Fowler