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Blues Off the Record: Thirty Years of Blues Commentary.
by [Blues Music] Oliver, Paul.

Publisher Information:
Hippocrene Books, New York: 1984.

A Fine tight copy in a Fine bright dust jacket. This comprehensive collection of writings by this noted blues historian includes essays, record liner notes, and interviews on a myriad of aspects of blues music. Oliver addresses forms of rural music, guitar pickers, singers and stage intertainers. For more than 30 years the British blues scholar Paul Oliver has researched, analyzed, promoted and recorded blues musicians. This new book of essays and critiques originally written for such magazines as "Jazz Journal, "Jazz Review", "Blues Unlimited", "Jazz and Blues" and "Living Blues" is a vibrant anthology that reflects a lifelong passion for the anger, despair and humor that only blues provides.


Edition: First Printing of the First US Edition
ISBN: 0882547518
Book Id: 22620

Price: $95.00

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