By Robert Ford
A Blues Bibliography, moment version is a revised and enlarged model of the definitive blues bibliography first released in 1999. fabric formerly passed over from the 1st variation has now been integrated, and the bibliography has been extended to incorporate works released seeing that then. as well as biographical references, this paintings comprises entries at the background and history of the blues, tools, checklist labels, reference resources, nearby adaptations and lyric transcriptions and musical research.
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Danbury: Grolier, 2001. ; London: Brown, 2001. 80 pp. A729. Fraher, James. The Blues is a Feeling: Voices and Visions of African-American Blues Musicians. Mount Horeb: Face to Face, 1998. A716. Fleming, Gordon. Honkin’ ‘n’ Hollerin’: R&B from the Radio Corporation. Vol. 1. UK: Westside WESA 828, 1998. A730. Freeland, Tom. ” Blues & Rhythm no. 111 (Aug 1996): 16. A731. A717. Fletcher, Tom. “The Blues,” in 100 Years of the Negro in Show Business, pp. 213–217. New York: Da Capo, 1984. Freyer, Winfried.
A378. Charters, Samuel B. “The African Origins,” in History of the Blues, ed. D. Goldfarb. Portland: Artstigo, 1992. A392. Charters, Samuel B. “From the Poetry of the Blues,” in Walking a Blues Road, pp. 104–120 (Item A407). ) A379. Charters, Samuel B. American Skiffle Bands. USA: Folkways FA-2610, 1957. A393. A380. Charters, Samuel B. Blues at Newport. USA: Vanguard CVSD 115/16, 1989. Charters, Samuel B. “From the Roots of the Blues (1981). Chapter 6: Some Young Griots,” in Walking a Blues Road, pp.
Carles, Philippe. Blues. France: Verve 314 513 4642, 1989. A355. Carles, Philippe; Comolli, Jean-Louis. ” Jazz Magazine [France] no. 200 (May 1972): 30–31. A356. Carles, Philippe. ” Jazz Magazine [France] no. 200 (May 1972): 2. A357. Carlquist, Tom; Pleijel, Christian; Richter, Andreas. ” Musikrevy 24 (1969): 303–305. A358. Carney, George O. “The Roots of American Music,” in The Sounds of People and Places, pp. 286–324. Washington, DC: University Press of America, 1978. A359. Carney, George O. ).
A Blues Bibliography (2nd Edition) by Robert Ford