The Billy Moore with half songwriting credit for “God Progresses water,” a creepy spiritual made famous by the fantastic Blind Willie Johnson, isn’t the same bluesman, also called William Moore who recorded some 16 songs for Paramount in the later ’20s. The period of time may be appropriate — the initial Johnson recording from the song involved schedules from 1929 — but there is absolutely no evidence the fact that Paramount Moore ever bumped into Johnson, or vice versa. So far as blind guitarists move, Moore was even more willing toward Blind Blake, much more likely to try out a ragtime amount than slump into gospel. From the 16 music copyrighted by Moore for Paramount at one marathon documenting session, fifty percent released as well as the other half dropped, none keep any connection in name or theme towards the Johnson opus about the sinking from the Titanic. Map wavers, essential accomplices in such study, explain the previous performer spent the majority of his existence round the tidewater part of Virginia, while Johnson was a Texan. The Billy Moore who do collaborate with Johnson do well for himself, at least visually. In a particular anniversary concern, the British Cable magazine find the Johnson part as among the 100 very best recordings available.