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Ramblin' on my mind: New perspectives on the blues

D. author Evans. African American music in global perspective University of Illinois Press, Urbana, IL, USA, (2008)

Abstract

The following contributions are cited separately in RILM: Lynn ABBOTT, Doug SEROFF, "They cert'ly sound good to me": Sheet music, Southern vaudeville, and the commercial ascendancy of the blues (RILM 2008-435); James BENNIGHOF, Some ramblings on Robert Johnson's mind: Critical analysis and aesthetic value in Delta blues (RILM 2008-444); Katharine CARTWRIGHT, "Guess these people wonder what I'm singing": Quotation and reference in Ella Fitzgerald's "St. Louis blues" (RILM 2008-445); Andrew M. COHEN, The hands of blues guitarists (RILM 2008-441); David EVANS, From Bumble Bee Slim to Black Boy Shine: Nicknames of blues singers (RILM 2008-442); Bob GROOM, Beyond the mushroom cloud: A decade of disillusion in black blues and gospel song (RILM 2008-446); Elliott S. HURWITT, Abbe Niles, blues advocate (RILM 2008-440); Gerhard KUBIK, Bourdon, blue notes, and pentatonism in the blues: An Africanist perspective (RILM 2008-433); John MINTON, Houston creoles and zydeco: The emergence of an African American urban popular style (RILM 2008-447); Luigi MONGE, Preachin' the blues: A textual linguistic analysis of Son House's "Dry spell blues" (RILM 2008-443).

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