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At his first performance, in the Empire Theatre in Glasgow on August 1, the audience went wild when Waller made his entrance wearing a kilt. When he sat down at the piano and swung "Loch Lomond," he had them in knots - Fats Waller tours the UK in 1938, from Spreadin' Rhythm Around, Jasen and Jones

Author Topic: between midnight and day (a book by dick waterman)  (Read 2027 times)

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Offline ryan

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between midnight and day (a book by dick waterman)
« on: February 12, 2005, 11:35:30 PM »
I just bought the book entitled "Between Midnight and Day" by Dick Waterman.  It has some amazing blues pictures and some of which I had never seen before.  The commentary on the memories of each of the photo's were interesting and well written.  One of my favorite's was how Dick Waterman took Mississippi John Hurt to the movies, and MJH response about the boys starring in the movie (the Beatles).  All around this book is well worth the money to own some of the greatest blues pic's I have ever seen, and for some additional insight about some of our favorite artists.
Highly reccomended!!!


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Offline ryan

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Re: between midnight and day (a book by dick waterman)
« Reply #1 on: February 12, 2005, 11:39:02 PM »
Another cool book I've been reading (trying to anyways in-between school & work ).  Great pics as well!!!