Blues is the cornerstone of American popular music, the bedrock of rock and roll. In this extraordinary musical and social history, Robert Palmer traces the odyssey of the blues from its rural beginnings, to the steamy bars of Chicago's South Side, to international popularity, recognition, and imitation. Palmer tells the story of the blues through the lives of its greatest practitioners: Robert Johnson, who sang of being pursued by the hounds of hell; Muddy Waters, who electrified Delta blues and gave the music its rock beat; Robert Lockwood and Sonny Boy Williamson, who launched the King Biscuit Time radio show and brought blues to the airwaves; and John Lee Hooker, Ike Turner, B. B. King, and many others. Book jacket.
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Review: Deep Blues: A Musical and Cultural History of the Mississippi DeltaUser Review - Mantan - Goodreads
I come back to this book periodically. There is always some new aspect of Palmer's appreciation of the Blues to cherish upon each re-read. It's the critical appraisals. It's the stylistic differences ... Read full review
Review: Deep Blues: A Musical and Cultural History of the Mississippi DeltaUser Review - Eddy Allen - Goodreads
This superb documentary vividly illustrates the enduring vitality of country blues, an idiom that most mainstream music fans had presumed dead or, at best, preserved through more scholarly tributes ... Read full review
This page is about the culture of Blues. The Deep Blues. The Juke Joint, The Art, The Photography, The Road Trip, The Artists, The Players both Old School ...
Deep Blues: Missing Robert Palmer (A Critical Tribute ...
Palmer’s criticism for the Times – and, as I looked further, in Rolling Stone and in the masterful Deep Blues and in numerous, always-insightful liner notes ...
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Deep Blues: A Musical and Cultural History of the Mississippi Delta
Robert Palmer’s humid narrative Deep Blues is a perfect introduction and primer to the Blues. Written in an awesomely engaging style, the late Mr. Palmer ...
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Rick Saunders Breaks His Silence: That Deep Blues Sound
Chris Johnson, influenced in part by the info he found on my Deep Blues web page and elsewhere has founded and curated The Deep Blues Festival to be held in ...
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JSTOR: Deep Blues
Deep Blues. By Robert Palmer. New York: Viking Press, 1981. 310 pp. Deep Blues is a history of the blues, but with a difference. ...
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Deep Blues, Robert Palmer. Options V ... Deep Blues by Robert Palmer (IMG:http://www.economist.com/images/cities/chi/reading/Blues.jpg) Review: ...
Deep blues - Music - www.theage.com.au
There's an earthy, mystical quality to blues music as practiced by the ageing stars of Mississippi's Fat Possum Records. - The Age Online
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BOOKS: MISSISSIPPI DELTA MUSIC - New York Times
''DEEP BLUES'' by Robert Palmer is a succinct, dramatic and focused treatment of a subject, the black Mississippi blues tradition, that, according to Mr. ...
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Deep Blues Festival - River Falls WI - Sat Aug 18, 2007
Chris Johnson, influenced in part by the info he found on my Deep Blues web ... What the heck is the Deep Blues sound? The easy answer is check my web page. ...
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Robert Palmer (writer) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Robert Palmer is best known for books he authored such as Deep Blues, his music journalism articles for The New York Times and Rolling Stone magazine, ...
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