By Paul Oliver
Eminent blues historian Paul Oliver uncovers those people traditions and the situations below which they have been recorded, rescuing the forefathers of the blues who have been misplaced prior to they even had an opportunity to be heard. A cautious excavation of the earliest recordings of the blues through certainly one of its most well known specialists, Barrelhouse Blues expands our definition of that almost all American variety of music.
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Barrelhouse Blues: Location Recording and the Early Traditions of the Blues by Paul Oliver