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Blues routes.

Format Electronic, Audio (Streaming), and Musical Sound Recording
Publication InfoWashington, DC : Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, ℗1999.
Description1 online resource.
Supplemental Content;73630
Other author/creatorBaker, Etta, 1913-2006 performer.
Other author/creatorBell, T. D., performer.
Other author/creatorBowser, Erbie, performer.
Other author/creatorCephas, John, performer.
Other author/creatorChavis, Boozoo, 1930-2001 performer.
Other author/creatorJay, Abner performer.
Other author/creatorJohnson, Luther, 1939 April 11- performer.
Other author/creatorLaury, Booker T., 1914-1995, performer.
Other author/creatorLockwood, Robert Jr., 1915-2006, performer.
Other author/creatorPerkins, Pinetop, performer.
Other author/creatorPrice, Sammy performer.
Other author/creatorVappie, Don, 1956- performer.
Other author/creatorWalker, Joe, 1944- performer.
Other author/creatorWiggins, Phil, performer.
Other author/creatorWilliams, Claude, 1908-2004, performer.
Other author/creatorWilliams, Warner, performer.
Other author/creatorBlues Specialists (Musical group), performer.
Other author/creatorBoss Talkers (Musical group), performer.
Other author/creatorCreole Jazz Serenaders, performer.
Other author/creatorFive Gallons of Fun (Musical group), performer.
Other author/creatorGandy Dancers (Musical group), performer.
Other author/creatorMagic Sounds (Musical group), performer.
Other author/creatorSea Island Singers, performer.
Other author/creatorWhite Cloud Hunters Mardi Gras Indians, performer.
Series Folk masters CD series
Smithsonian global sound for libraries. ^A1055243
Contents Rooster call / (Gandy Dancers) (3:59) -- John Henry / (John Cephas and Phil Wiggins) (5:15) -- Step it up and go / (Warner Williams) (2:40) -- Flipping and flopping / (Luther "Guitar Junior" Johnson and Willy "Pinetop" Perkins) (3:39) -- Twenty-four hours a day / (Erbie Bowser, T.D. Bell, and the Blues Specialists) (4:10) -- Little Queen of Spades / (Robert Jr. Lockwood) (4:13) -- One dime blues / (Etta Baker) (3:43) -- Bluetail fly / (Abner Jay) (2:33) -- Gut bucket blues / (Don Vappie and the Creole Jazz Serenaders) (4:15) -- That certain someone / (Claude Williams) (4:33) -- Harlem parlor blues / (Sammy Price) (2:51) -- Early in the morning / (Booker T. Laury) (3:05) -- Sew, sew, sew / (White Cloud Hunters Mardi Gras Indians) (5:09) -- My mind has no color/Doing it the go-go-way / (Rapper Dee, C.J., and Five Gallons of Fun) (4:40) -- Hambone, where you been? / (Georgia Sea Island Singers) (2:24) -- Uncle Bud / (Boozoo Chavis and the Magic Sounds) (2:55) -- Bluesifyin / (Joe Louis Walker and the Boss Talkers) (8:43).
General note"Heroes & tricksters, blues & jazz, worksongs & street music"--Original container insert.
General note"Live from Wolf Trap"--Original container insert.
General noteOriginally issued as compact disc.
General noteProgram notes by Nick Spitzer, biographical information on performers, disographies and a bibliography inserted in original container.
Performer Various performers.
Date/time/place of a event noteSelections 1, 11 and 13 recorded at Carnegie Hall, Nov. 1990; the remainder at Wolf Trap Farm Park, Virginia at various times between 1992 and 1995.
Reproduction noteElectronic reproduction. Alexandria, VA : Alexander Street Press, 2009. (Smithsonian global sound for libraries). Available via World Wide Web.

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