Blues off the record: thirty years of blues commentary

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Baton Press, 1984 - Music - 297 pages
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This book of essays and critiques originally written for various Blues magazines is a vibrant anthology that reflects a lifelong passion for the anger, despair, and humor that only the blues provides. The book features speculative pieces on the beginning of the blues and how it came to be recorded.

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Contents

GOING ON RECORD
6
DOWN THE LINE The Railroad as Symbol
21
RAILROAD PIECE Harmonica Players
39
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