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Author Topic: The Earliest Atlanta Bluesmen, 1910-1924  (Read 554 times)

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Offline JasO

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The Earliest Atlanta Bluesmen, 1910-1924
« on: December 21, 2010, 07:40:50 AM »
I've just posted the the final piece of my six-part series on the Atlanta Bluesmen, which introduces the series and covers the city's earliest bluesmen, from the unrecorded barrellhouse piano players of the 1910s (as remembered by Thomas A. Dorsey) through Ed Andrews' historic 1924 field recordings.

I've had to post the series in reverse, so now everything's up there and in order, if you want to read it from start to finish. Thanks for your patience!

Here's the link to The Atlanta Bluesmen: Setting The Stage, 1910s-1924:

http://jasobrecht.com/atlanta-bluesmen-setting-stage-1910-1924/

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