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by David L. Harrison

Download Blues: A Photographic Documentary eBook
ISBN:
0517141582
Author:
David L. Harrison
Category:
Music
Language:
English
Publisher:
Gramercy; First Edition, First Printing edition (July 7, 1997)
Pages:
144 pages
EPUB book:
1870 kb
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1454 kb
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1113 kb
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Rating:
4.4
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488


Collects photographs of such blues musicians as Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, Koko Taylor, Reverend Gary Davis, Otis Spann, and Albert King.

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This photography documentary runs through his life. W. Eugene Smith: Photography Made Difficultly. In 1950 the American photo-journalist W Eugene Smith came to Britain to cover the general election for Life Magazine. This video is one of the best documentaries of the famous WWII documentary photographer, W. Eugene Smith. Half Past Autumn: The Life and Work of Gordon Parks. Gordon Parks was a true modern renaissance man with achievements in many fields. Among his many accomplishments, he was a groundbreaking documentary photographer. His images had a deep impact on our culture. Alfred Stieglitz: The Eloquent Eye (1999).

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Collects photographs of such blues musicians as Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, Koko Taylor, Reverend Gary Davis, Otis Spann, and Albert King
  • Nahelm
This is not a new book, but I only just became aware of it. It's simply beautiful, a large format volume that allows the pin-sharp photos to be seen in all their glory by allocating most of them a whole page. Some of the best blues photographers have their work represented here, including Bill Greensmith, Sylvia Pitcher, Terry Cryer and Valerie Wilmer. These are not hackneyed, over published images; it's likely you'll not have seen most of them before, excepting some obvious prewar plates, but they too are about the best quality reproductions I have ever seen, and Dave Harrison's introduction is a model of good blues writing. It's a treasure.
No need for more words from me; just get it.
  • Pedar
Great book with amazing photos of some of the best
Highly recommend
  • Cerana
To truely enjoy the blues one must listen to it live, unfortunately, many of the legends of the blues have long since gone. This photo documentary helps the blues enthusiast to put faces to names and also provide an accurate history of this timeless form of music. This book depicts hard times and times of joy and celebration. The collection of photos is quite extensive and for those of us who enjoy viewing old black and whites, this book is a must have. Old time blues admirers can re-live their past experiences with these truely great men and women or new blues enthusiasts can learn more about those artists who were instrumental in creating the form of music from which Rock and Roll, Country and most modern forms are derived from. This collection really brings the blues to life.
  • Silly Dog
an excellent book of the major blues players of the 20th century. some you really never heard of, unless you are already an expert. a very well put together book