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Southern Cultures: Special Roots Music Issue

Fall 2010

Harry L. Watson

Publisher: University of North Carolina Press
Imprint: The University of North Carolina Press
Published: 08/2010
Pages: 160
Subject: History, Music | University of North Carolina
Print ISBN: 9.78E+12
eBook ISBN: 9780807899748


The Special Roots Music Issue features:

B.B. King on Bukka White's legacy;

The Top Ten Folk Singers of All Time;

Bob Dylan backstage in '63 and other rare photographic gems;

Swamp bluesman Jimmy Anderson's first published interview in the U.S.;

Lynyrd Skynyrd vs. the Allman Brothers;

Pete, Peggy, & Mike--and all the rest that Charles Seeger gave to the world of music;

Willie Lowery--musician, songwriting sensation, and humanitarian;

Saxie Dowell, the great saxophonist and war hero;

a sneak peek at NASHVILLE CHROME, the sizzling new novel from Rick Bass; and much more.

The Roots Music Issue comes with a classic FREE CD full of great roots musicians, including BUKKA WHITE, ETTA BAKER, THE BYRDS' ROGER MCGUINN, WILLIE LOWERY, IDYLL SWORDS, ALABAMA SLIM & LITTLE FREDDIE KING, JIMMY ANDERSON & THE MOJO BLUES BAND, MICHAEL HURLEY, FILTHYBIRD, MEGAFAUN, PRESTON FULP, JOE BROWN, AND MORE OF THE SOUTH'S BEST ROOTS MUSICIANS—old and new. We'll mail the CD separately to our Roots Music e-book customers at no extra charge.

Southern Cultures is published quarterly (spring, summer, fall, winter) by the University of North Carolina Press. The journal is sponsored by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's Center for the Study of the American South.