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  1. ‘Conversations With the Blues’, a series of interviews with originators of the Blues who were given a chance to re-establish their careers by the 60s Blues Revival, ‘Screening The Blues’, ‘The Story of the Blues’ and ‘Savannah Syncopators’, where Paul looks at African retentions in the Blues, all became essential reading for scholars of the genre.
  2. When writer and blues scholar Paul Oliver first came along, the genre he specialized in was something of a mystery to the music audience. Young listeners hearing the Rolling Stones do an old Delta blues number on the group's very first record usually thought this was some kind of original concept, not a tribute to a great Afro-American art form which at that point had been languishing in.
  3. The Story Of The Blues by Paul Oliver () Paperback – January 1, out of 5 stars 17 ratings See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsReviews:
  4. My mind exploded as I heard a track and thought to myself that this is what Hendrix was doing with "Red House". Complete your Various, Paul Oliver collection. English Deutsch Español Français Italiano 日本語 Português (Brasil) Русский. Modifica edizione principale. Various, Paul Oliver ‎– The Story Of The Blues Vol. 1 & 2.
  5. Paul Oliver’s comprehensive history of the blues became an essential reference work after its publication in It remains one of the most valuable guides to the music, a densely detailed work that covers slave music, work songs, minstrel shows, barrelhouses, lumber camps, juke joints, vaudeville, urban ghetto blues, and more, all.
  6. Buy The Story Of The Blues: The Making of Black Music (New Updated Edition) 2nd Revised edition by Oliver, Paul (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible pacrothocounttanwolfdastnetanryazarpay.xyzinfos:
  7. "This documentary history of the blues illustrates the book The story of the blues, by Paul Oliver" (Philadelphia: Chilton Book Co., ). Program notes by Paul Oliver on container. Performer(s): Blues; various performers. Description: 2 audio discs (95 min.): analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono ; 12 in. Contents.
  8. The author deftly traces the evolution of the blues from the work songs of slaves, to acoustic country ballads, to urban sounds, to electric rhythm and blues bands. Oliver vividly re-creates the economic, social, and regional forces that shaped the unique blues tradition, and superbly details every facet of the music, including themes and Reviews:
  9. "A documentary history of the blues on record compiled by Paul Oliver" Laminated gatefold, unlaminated (black text print only) inner spread. Printed & made by Ernest J. .

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