3 edition of In search of the blues found in the catalog.
In search of the blues
|Statement||Bill Minutaglio ; foreword by Linda Jones|
|Series||Southwestern writers collection series, Southwestern Writers Collection series|
|LC Classifications||E185.93.T4 M56 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 167 p. :|
|Number of Pages||167|
|ISBN 10||0292722478, 0292722893|
|ISBN 10||9780292722477, 9780292722897|
|LC Control Number||2009044161|
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"Marybeth Hamilton's gripping new book tells of seekers, ranters, scholars, oddballs, propagandists, and down-and-out loners, united in a search for the Mississippi Delta blues.
More than anybody, she says, this quirky and dedicated band not simply recovered the blues but turned Delta music into one of the fundamentals of modern musical culture."Cited by: The book includes vignettes on the rise and eventual commodification of artists like Robert Johnson, Muddy Waters, and Leadbelly, and focuses on the role of white ethnographers, promoters like the Lomaxes, and taste makers in promoting and exploiting the blues and the larger black experience in America/5.
In Search of the Blues on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. In Search of the BluesManufacturer: Basic Boks;Inc., A page-turning collection of stories about blues, African American life, and self-discovery in Texas by the award-winning author of First Son: George W. Bush & The Bush Family Dynasty.
In Search of the Blues A Journey to the Soul of Black Texas By Bill Minutaglio. In Search of the Blues: Black Voices, White Visions by Marybeth Hamilton pp, Jonathan Cape, £ The generally accepted creation narrative about blues music, which most of us take, as it were, Author: Guardian Staff.
This readable and informative book's premise is simple: coauthors Komara (Crane Librarian of Music, State Univ. of New York, Potsdam; former blues archivist, Univ. of Mississippi) and Johnson (blues curator, Univ.
of Mississippi), both very knowledgeable blues fans, have assembled titles that they feel could and should be read by those who want to know more 5/5(5). The Blues Book is an album by American jazz saxophonist Booker Ervin featuring performances recorded in for the Prestige : Jazz.
Although the other Moody Blues albums released in Deluxe Editions in featured their original quadrophonic mix (encoded as surround sound), In Search of the Lost Chord had never been released in this format, and a new mix was not released until when a mix was released as part of the 50th anniversary box : Psychedelic rock, progressive rock.
When Kerouac writes "gibberish" - sounds or words phonetically broken apart, it can be a turn-off. Also when he attempts to write in street vernacular. He's one of the most uneven writers, in both prose and poetry. He's got a sense of play like ee cummings, but it can be too much/5.
The Real Book Of The Real Book Of Sign In. Details. In Search of the Blues Marybeth Hamilton Hardcover; pages ISBN: Basic Books Blues scholarship and archive documentation has undergone an important and much needed evolution since the s. Popular Blues Books Showing of Deep Blues: A Musical and Cultural History of the Mississippi Delta (Paperback) by.
Robert Palmer (shelved 18 times as blues) avg rating — 1, ratings — published Want to Read saving Want to Read. Since old-school blues has been dissected to death—Peter Guralnick did it first and did it better—she would have been better served injecting more of her own personality.
But the author’s heart is in the right place, and her sincere love for the music shines through. Useful bite-sized history suitable for the blues : Marybeth Hamilton.
Dave Marsh’s review of Marybeth Hamilton’s “In Search of the Blues” (Feb. 24) was harsh and grossly unfair. Attacking her for failing to examine enough sources or to cut a broad enough swath. In Search of the Blues: Black Voices, White Visions by Marybeth Hamilton Cape £, pp The idea that the Mississippi Delta is the birthplace of the blues haunts the history of popular : Caspar Llewellyn Smith.
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Like Conversation with the Blues, Blow My Blues Away (), by George Mitchell, and Blues () by Robert Neff and Anthony Connor, consist largely of first-person commentary by the blues singers themselves, and both books are quite sought after.
Mitchell's work is particularly scarce, and the hardcover of the Neff & Connor is also difficult to find. Blues Books - Recommendations. There are many fine books on the Blues, so I thought I would share with you my recommendations.
The list starts with general books of the blues (essential reading), followed by blues artists (in alphabetical order), interjected with blues books on particular themes. This is the ultimate reference book for blues lovers - a comprehensive biographical encyclodpedia, with more than entries profiling every important blues artist from Bessie Smith to Koko Taylor, Charlie Patton to Robert Cray, Blind Willie McTell to Stevie Ray Vaughan.
Each entry gives the essential biography, characterizes the artist's style and musical contributions to the blues. Get this from a library. In search of the blues: a journey to the soul of Black Texas.
[Bill Minutaglio] -- Bill Minutaglio writes about African Americans in Texas. His intimate portraits of people and communities offers an understanding of the sweeping evolution of music, race, and justice in Texas.
The Story of the Blues All Book Search results » About the author () Paul Hereford Oliver was born in Nottingham, England on He trained as a painter and sculptor at the Harrow School of Art, but switched to graphic design because most art materials aggravated his asthma and various allergies.
After receiving a. For this CD reissue in his series of Books, Ervin and his quintet (with trumpeter Carmell Jones, pianist Gildo Mahones, bassist Richard Davis, and drummer Alan Dawson) perform four very different blues: the speedy "One for Mort," a low-down "No Booze Blooze," the modal "True Blue," and the minor-toned "Eerie Dearie."The consistently passionate Ervin makes each of 9/ For blues aficionados everywhere, this is a complete guide to the uniquely American world of the blues.
The roots of the blues can be found in the turn-of-the-century Mississippi Delta, but today its reach extends into all kinds of music including rock, jazz, country, soul, and more. The blues is everywhere, on CD reissues and box sets, in small clubs and concerts, in movies and on TV - Reviews: 1.
InMamie Smith was the first African American to record blues music. As more blacks were moving to urban areas like Chicago, the urban blues genre was born. During Prohibition, musicians played the urban blues in "honky tonks," bars that illegally served alcohol. Urban blues had a more aggressive sound than classic blues.
Well I bought this CD from Amazon, and with the purchase of "The Blues Book" I now have six Booker Ervin albums. Let me tell you, this one can hold its own with the best of them. Stylistically (and chronologically), it falls somewhere between "The Freedom Book" and "The Space Book," but is definitely more rooted in the blues as the title indicates/5(8).
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Book Review By: Junny Kpaw November Blues by Sharon M. Draper is a young adult novel that tells a story of November Nelson and her single mom going through difficult time dealing with the baby and her boyfriend parents and Jericho lost in two decision whether to continue to play his beloved trumpet or start playing football.
Her breathe became /5. Book:Blues. Jump to navigation Jump to search. This page is currently inactive and is retained for historical reference. Either the page is no longer relevant or consensus on its purpose has become unclear. To revive discussion, seek Edit this book: Order a.
- "In Search of the Blues" by Marybeth Hamilton - "Escaping the Delta - Robert Johnson and the Invention nof the Blues" by Elijah Wald (I bought it upon recommendations on this board and the consensus seems to be that this book is less controversial on this complicated subject matter than other well-known books on Robert Johnson).
From cottonfields to international festivals, from Mamie Smith and her recording of "Crazy Blues" to such rising young stars as Robert Cray, Jo Louis Walker, and Kenny Neal, the growth of the musical tradition known as "the blues" has been long and varied.
Born out of shared uncertainties of the ambiguous freedom thrust upon succeeding generations of African. Cohn, a Grammy Award-winning blues producer, brings together eleven essays on the development of the blues from its beginnings, marshalling some of the best writers on the subject.
The book is more remarkable, however, as an incredible pictorial and documentary history of the blues with more than illustrations including recording contracts. This huge collection features classic blues songs, a preface by legendary producer John Hammond, an introduction by blues and jazz musicologist Orin Keepnews, artist biographical information for every song, and discography information for every song.
Titles include: Baby, I Done Got Wise * Barefoot Blues * Bottle It Up and Go * Cherry Red * DidCategory: Guitar Mixed Folio.
Lady Sings the Blues () is an autobiography by jazz singer Billie Holiday, which was co-authored by William Dufty. The book formed the basis of the film Lady Sings the Blues starring Diana Ross.
Overview. The life story of jazz singer Billie Holiday told in her own words. Holiday writes candidly of sexual abuse, confinement to institutions, heroin addiction, and the Author: Billie Holiday, William Dufty. Francis Davis's The History of the Blues is a groundbreaking rethinking of the blues that fearlessly examines how race relations have altered perceptions of the music.
Tracing its origins from the Mississippi Delta to its amplification in Chicago right after World War II, Davis argues for an examination of the blues in its own right, not just as a precursor to jazz and rock Brand: Hachette Books.
Learn more about the history of blues, soul and rock and roll with music books and publications from Bluescentric. We have in stock novels, memoirs, and much more. Buy The History Of The Blues: The Roots, The Music, The People 2nd Pbk.
Ed., 1st Da Capo Press Ed by Davis, Francis (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(46). One suggestion would be to start with a book like LeRoi Jones: Blues People: The Negro Experience in White America and the music that developed from it.
It will give you a historical context. If you want to delve into more specifics: Peter Guralni. Presented here for your edification are 12 classic blues phrases, each with a certified pedigree.
You can drop any of these into a blues-based progression and come out smiling. Or you can play them in sequence over a standard bar blues to create one very hip solo, as we’ll do for the very last step of this lesson.
Blue Chicago: The Search for Authenticity in Urban Blues Clubs David Grazian, Author University of Chicago Press $ (p) ISBN. History of the Blues: The Roots, the Music, the People: From Charley Patton to Robert Cray by Davis, Francis and a great selection of related books, art.
A fake book is a collection of musical lead sheets intended to help a performer quickly learn new songs. Each song in a fake book contains the melody line, basic chords, and lyrics - the minimal information needed by a musician to make an impromptu arrangement of a .Books Every Blues Fan Should Own serves as a guide for any blues fan looking for a road map through the history of-and even history of the scholarship on-the blues.
Here Komara and Johnson answer the question of not only what is a "blues" book 5/5(4).2 (3) Book of Blues Prequel Chapters Down, 41 to Go I finished writing chapter 2 of the Book of Blues Prequel.
Because I took the name of the original Book of Blues and gave it to the prequel, it does feel like I’m writing the Blues Book all over again.