New Blues Books added

Sonntag, 2. April 2017

Michael Murphy - HEAR DAT New Orleans A Guide to the Rich musical Heritage & Lively Current Scene


Dunstan Prial - THE PRODUCER - John Hammond and the Soul of American Music



Jeroen de Valk - Chet Baker



David Dicaire - More Blues Singers


Luc & Marc Borms - A PEOPLE - Reflections on the Deep South


William Eggleston - STRANDED IN CANTON


"William Eggleston's pioneering video work "Stranded In Canton" has been restored and reformed by Mr. Eggleston in collaboration with film-maker Robert Gordon and is finally available, almost thirty-five years later.

The book from Twin Palms Publishers contains forty frame enlargements from the digital re-master, a brief appreciation from filmmaker Gus Van Sant, and a DVD of the 77-minute film itself, along with more than thirty minutes of bonus footage and an interview with Mr. Eggleston and Mr. Gordon conducted at the Toronto Film Festival.

Shot in 1974 with a Sony Porta-Pak, the crazily careering Stranded in Canton documents a cast of hard-drinking Southerners with the intimacy, ease and instability of a seasoned participants. Whiffs of Southern Gothic are not new to Mr. Eggleston's work, but here they rise to the surface--fierce, tragic and proud." -- The New York Times"

Mittwoch, 14. Dezember 2016

Bill Dahl & Chris James - The Art of Blues - A Visual Treasury of Black Music`s Golden Age



Lesa Cline-Ransome & James Ransome - Just A Lucky So And So - The Story of Louis Armstrong


John Lewis, Andrew Aydin, Nate Powell - March Book Three


Tyehimba Jess - Leadbelly


Benjamin Filene - Romancing The Folk - Public Memory & American Roots Music


Benjamin Franklin V - An Encyclopedia of South Carolina Jazz & Blues Musicians



Richard Koechli - Dem Blues auf den Fersen - Was geschah wirklich damals bei Robert Johnson & Co



Dust to Digital - Washington Phillips and his Manzarene Dreams

http://www.dust-digital.com/washington-phillips/


Mitsutoshi Inaba - John Lee "Sonny Boy" Williamson - The Blues Harmonica of Chicago`s Bronzeville


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