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blues revival.

Bob Groom

blues revival.

by Bob Groom

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Published by Studio Vista in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Blues (Music) -- History and criticism

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 112.

    SeriesBlues paperbacks
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML3561.J3 G69
    The Physical Object
    Pagination112 p.;
    Number of Pages112
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5173233M
    ISBN 10028970149X
    LC Control Number74855082

    Despite a second revival occurring during the s upon the reissue of pre-WWII blues on CDs, the first revival still has a great allure for journalists, academics, and blues fans and collectors. Steve Cushing's Pioneers of the Blues Revival is a long-needed collection of primary-source interviews with the key figures of the first : Ed Komara. A history of the legendary blues highway and the route taken by modern-day blues pilgrims on their journey south into the Mississippi Delta, this book draws on the work of the early musicologists looking for an authentic Delta folk music in the s, to the record collectors from the northern cities in the s.

    Steve Cushing, the award-winning host of the nationally syndicated public radio staple Blues before Sunrise, has spent over thirty years observing and participating in the Chicago blues scene. In Pioneers of the Blues Revival, he interviews many of the prominent white researchers and enthusiasts whose advocacy spearheaded the blues’ crossover. In the s and s, blues publications such as Living Blues and Blues Revue began to be distributed, major cities began forming blues societies, outdoor blues festivals became more common, and more nightclubs and venues for blues the s, blues also continued in both traditional and new forms.

    Redline Revival plays an American music fusion of blues, soul, jam, and jazz. A band of skilled musicians using improvisation as a cornerstone makes every show unique. Inspired by a long line of musical greats, their familiar sound and original . His book is enriched with the recollections of blues performers, audience members, and those working in the recording industry. In a new afterword, Titon reflects on the genesis of this book in the blues revival of the s and the politics of tourism in the current revival under way.


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