Between Midnight and Day: The Last Unpublished Blues Archive

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Mandala Publishing, Nov 1, 2003 - Music - 174 pages
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Features many of the most important photographs from Dick Waterman's vintage blues archive, most previously unpublished.

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User Review  - Martin - Goodreads

One of the best blues memoirs I've ever read. Best collection of blues photography ever Read full review

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User Review  - Mateo - Goodreads

For some reason, Goodreads credits this book to Bonnie Raitt. Raitt wrote the foreword, but the text and photos are actually by the famed blues producer and publicist Dick Waterman. This book probably ... Read full review

About the author (2003)

DICK WATERMAN founded Avalon Productions in 1964, the first agency devoted exclusively to managing and promoting blues musicians. Waterman has managed a number of legendary blues artists including Son House, Skip James, Bukka White, Buddy Guy, Junior Wells, and "Mississippi" John Hurt and has promoted concerts by Bruce Springsteen, James Taylor, Cat Stevens, John Lee Hooker, and many others. He is the only non-performer in the Blues Hall of Fame.

Peter Guralnick is widely regarded as the nation 's preeminent writer on twentieth-century American popular music. His books include "Feel Like Going Home, Lost Highway, Sweet Soul Music, Searching for Robert Johnson", the novel "Nighthawk Blues", and a highly acclaimed two-volume biography of Elvis Presley. He lives in Westbury, Massachusetts.

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