Nothing but the blues: the music and the musicians

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Abbeville Press, 1993 - Music - 432 pages
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An illustrated history of the blues captures the great variety of this uniquely American music form through vintage photographs and a lively text. National ad/promo.

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Review: Nothing But the Blues: The Music and the Musicians

User Review  - Matt Reese - Goodreads

Worth the price for the pictures alone. It covers an amazing amount of material. I tend to be fascinated by the early Blues much more than the contemporary Blues. This book starts to lose my interest a little bit as it moves along the timeline. That's just me though. Read full review

Review: Nothing But the Blues: The Music and the Musicians

User Review  - Austen - Goodreads

Incredible trip through blues history. So much more to the blues than just the crossroads / deal with the devil of Robert Johnson legend. So much detail in this book, it's hard to cover it all, but he ... Read full review

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