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It was one eclectic movement that included a fabulously diverse group of individuals. Some of us just loved to play and sing the music, some of us were into poetry, some of us were into the historical and cultural background of the music, some of us were into the current and historical political implications and applications of the music, some of us were into sex, drugs and alcohol, but everyone was a little bit into everything - Bruce Langhorn regarding the early Greenwich Village Folk scene

Author Topic: Ike Zimmerman article in living blues-you know..Robt. Johnson's alleged teacher?  (Read 2651 times)

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Offline Mr.OMuck

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Can anyone who's read this summarize for those of us who haven't?




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Re: Ike Zimmerman article in living blues
« Reply #1 on: March 11, 2008, 06:59:58 PM »
Maybe he was Bob's great uncle!
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Found the complete transcript;

?Ike Zimmerman: The X in Robert Johnson?s Crossroads?   Living Blues Magazine 2008

Bruce Michael Conforth, Ph.D.
Program in American Culture
University of Michigan

http://www.academia.edu/2408177/_Ike_Zimmerman_The_X_in_Robert_Johnson_s_Crossroads_Living_Blues_2008

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