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The minstrel and annex bands were features at the show grounds. Here were a group of colored minstrels, players, band people, under the direction of Edward Rucker... The band plays pretty airs of all kinds, suiting the music nicely to the work in hand. When the snakes were exhibited it played a charming waltz; somehow it fitted the exhibit; others were of similar propriety - The Indianapolis Freeman, July 4th, 1914, quoted in Ragged But Right by Lynn Abbott and Doug Seroff

Author Topic: Whose Blues? Facing Up to Race and the Future of the Music by Adam Gussow  (Read 206 times)

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Below is a link to a new book by Adam Gussow titled Whose Blues?  Facing Up to Race and the Future of the Music.
https://uncpress.org/book/9781469660363/whose-blues/

Also, the author discusses his book in a video podcast on Jack Dappa Blues Radio & TV.  Here is a link to it.
https://jackdappabluesradio.tv/


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