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After consulting his preacher to make sure there was nothing sinful about playing blues records on the radio Mr. Wright decided to give it a try. He did it six days a week almost until his death on what became one of America's longest-running radio programs. From 6 o'clock to 9, he was the 'Soul Man' playing the blues. For the last two hours he was 'Brother Early' playing gospel music - Early Wright, obituary to the DJ, WROX Clarksdale

Author Topic: Book review of Cohn, Lomax, Calt & Wardlow, et al  (Read 4416 times)

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Offline mr mando

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Re: Book review of Cohn, Lomax, Calt & Wardlow, et al
« Reply #15 on: December 11, 2012, 10:11:35 AM »
From Robert Ford's bibliography:
 
Calt, Stephen; Wardlow, Gayle Dean: ?Bitchin' Boogie: An Open Letter to Blues Fans.? Blues Unlimited no. 140 (Spring 1981): 39.

Evans, David. ?Bitchin' Boogie: Response to Calt & Wardlow's Open Letter to Blues Fans.? Blues Unlimited no. 141 (Autumn/Winter 1981): 12?13.
« Last Edit: December 11, 2012, 10:16:11 AM by mr mando »

 


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