Mojo Triangle: Birthplace of Country, Blues, Jazz and Rock 'n' Roll
Mojo Triangle traces the origins of the music that came out of New Orleans, the Mississippi Delta, Memphis, Muscle Shoals and Nashville, and explains, often in the words of the artists themselves, the apocalyptic vision that gave birth to the music.Heavily illustrated with never-before-seen archive photos.
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Chapter One Natchez Under the Hill
Chapter Two The Apocalyptic Furies
Chapter Three The Natchez Trace
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Mojo Triangle: Birthplace of Country, Blues, Jazz and Rock & Roll
James L. Dickerson
No preview available - 2010
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