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Fri Mar 21 17:10:53 2014 UTClccn-n831722970.00Hurt, Mississippi John0.351.00Avalon blues : Mississippi John Hurt remembered /42025537Mississippi_John_Hurtn 83172297992536Hurt, JohnHurt, John, 1894-1966Hurt John Smith 1893-1966Hurt, John Smith 1894-1966Hurt, Mississippi J. 1894-1966Hurt, Mississippi John 1894-1966Hurt, Mississippi John SmithHurt, Mississippi John Smith 1894-1966John HurtMissippi John HurtMississipi John HurtMississippi Johh Hurtlccn-n97880620Ratcliffe, Philip R.lccn-no92005753House, Sonsngprflccn-no88003463Broonzy, Big Bill1893-1958prflccn-n81072535White, Bukkaprfcmplccn-n90724280Memphis Minnie1897-1973cmpsngprfitrvoclccn-n81149279Watson, Docprflccn-n82234801McGhee, Brownie1915-1996prflccn-n81140140Williams, Big Joe1903-1982prflccn-n91109838Fuller, Blind Boy1907-1941prflccn-n87823750James, Skip1902-1969prfHurt, Mississippi John1892-1966Blues (Music)Guitar music (Blues)MethodsFolk songsMusicCriticism, interpretation, etcInterviewsBlues (Music)United StatesHurt, Mississippi John,Blues musiciansPopular musicFolk songs, EnglishGuitar music (Blues)Folk musicGospel musicCountry musicBluegrass musicOld-time musicGuitarFolk-rock musicMississippi--Delta RegionLouisianaRhythm and blues musicFolk dance musicBallads, EnglishMotion picture music--ExcerptsFolk songsTelevision music--ExcerptsJames, Skip,MississippiMuddy Waters,Howlin' Wolf,Live sound recordingsAfrican AmericansTelevision musicMusiciansMalmsteen, Yngwie JSly & the Family Stone (Musical group)Davies, Dennis RussellHodges, JohnnyRabbitt, EddieBass, RalphVandross, LutherCrosby, Stills & NashTeenagers (Musical group)Charles, Ray,Vaughan, JimmieMcKennitt, Loreena,Rangell, AndrewHunter, Charlie,Rogers, Roy,Des'reeGriffin, Patty,Ian, JanisCarpenter, Richard,Gibson, Deborah,1893196619521960196119631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019821984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220136750338510781.643M1630.18ocn035802779ocn062216435ocn020239230ocn022689480ocn023350601ocn003128118ocn017307200ocn017304808ocn052715302ocn058480338ocn036056113ocn036061984ocn658774660ocn766465028ocn766778116ocn658434079ocn659042836ocn766464800ocn661554518ocn658532728ocn036056113ocn036061984ocn041983995ocn658774660ocn766465028ocn766778116ocn658434079ocn659042836ocn766464800ocn661554518ocn659222009ocn658415870ocn662031851ocn044559463ocn742978938ocn742987541ocn659108743ocn74298754124223ocn017304808rcrd19710.24Hurt, Mississippi JohnThe best of Mississippi John Hurt2374ocn075256799rcrd19640.53Friends of Old-Time MusicFriends of Old Time Music2142ocn047144146rcrd20010.18Williams, LucindaAvalon blues a tribute to the music of Mississippi John Hurt2124ocn035802779rcrd19960.22Hurt, Mississippi JohnAvalon blues the complete 1928 OKeh recordingsBlues (Music)Guitar music (Blues)1691ocn062216435visu20050.24Baez, JoanFestival filmed at the Newport Folk FestivalA cinematic synthesis of four Newport folk Festivals that depicts the crucial years of transition for the art of folk music 1963-19661599ocn023350601rcrd19880.32Hurt, Mississippi John1928 sessions1531ocn020239230rcrd19870.20Greatest folksingers of the sixties1521ocn022689480rcrd19900.24Legends of the blues1472ocn050190621rcrd20020.25House, SonDelta blues13410ocn026537147rcrd19820.32Hurt, Mississippi JohnAvalon blues1216ocn045321675rcrd20000.23Hurt, Mississippi JohnThe complete studio recordings1121ocn003128118rcrd19700.70The story of the blues1121ocn040861516rcrd19930.27Blues revival1129ocn017307200rcrd19860.27Hurt, Mississippi JohnToday1125ocn031705207visu19920.33Legends of country blues guitarCriticism, interpretation, etc"The rare footage presented in this video is a treasure beyond imagining, drawn from a myriad of sources, depicting some of the greatest blues musicians who ever lived."--Container+-+24645942063241011ocn026889352rcrd19920.25Roots 'n blues the retrospective: 1925-1950Music972ocn053174695rcrd20030.18Warming by the Devil's fire a film by Charles Burnett942ocn058480338rcrd20050.16Deadwood music from the HBO original series911ocn008989508score19660.23Traum, HappyFinger-picking styles for guitarMethodsFolk songs906ocn697953645file19970.47Hurt, Mississippi JohnLegendThese songs are from an informal, late-night recording session10705ocn744561428com20110.47Ratcliffe, Philip RMississippi John Hurt his life, his times, his bluesBiographyWhen Mississippi John Hurt (1892-1966) was "rediscovered" by blues revivalists in 1963, his musicianship and recordings transformed popular notions of prewar country blues. At seventy-one he moved to Washington, D.C., from Avalon, Mississippi, and became alive-wire connection to a powerful, authentic past. His intricate and lively style made him the most sought-after musician among the many talents the revival brought to light+-+7355852616881ocn010255174book19700.84A Brief list of material relating to Mississippi John HurtBibliography354ocn045272802visu19980.59See you in hell, blind boy a tale of the Mississippi Delta bluesWriter-artist George Pratt tours the Mississippi Delta Region, discussing and sketching the roots of Blues music with surviving itinerant performers. With archival footage of Mississippi John Hurt, Muddy Waters, Skip James and Howlin' Wolf171ocn027321760book19680.24Grossman, StefanThe country blues guitarMethodsMusicStudies and exercises Blues101ocn051491403visu20020.24The guitar of Mississippi John HurtGuitarskole101ocn775376036rcrd20110.24Hurt, Mississippi JohnDiscovery the rebirth of Mississippi John Hurt, March 3, 1963Interviews91ocn527366055book19990.33Contemporary musicians. profiles of the people in musicBiographyProvides comprehensive information on musicians and groups from around the world. Entries include a detailed biographical essay, selected discographies, contact information, and a list of sources11ocn054620163art1999Hurt, Mississippi John11ocn677827782rcrd20010.23Hurt, Mississippi JohnAvalon Blues 196311ocn834148711book20090.47Fleck, Daniel ShaiMississippi John Hurt : a repertorial studyDiscography11ocn027189072mix1.00Seeger, MikeMike Seeger collectionMusicBluegrass musicBlues (Music)The collection consists of open reel tape and DAT audio recordings from 1955 to 2002, along with supporting logs and films. The audio recordings include both live performances and Seeger's interviews with many notable bluegrass and old-time musicians; master tapes from various LP recording projects; and recordings of Seeger's own band, the New Lost City Ramblers. Of particular interest are live concert recordings featuring such musicians as Tony Alderman, E.C. Ball, Dock Boggs, Buzz Busby, Alex Campbell and Ola Belle Reed, Maybelle Carter, Elizabeth Cotten, Sady Courville, Cousin Emmy, Hazel Dickens, Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs, Roscoe Holcomb, Mississippi John Hurt, Tommy Jarrell, the Jim Kweskin Jug Band, Grandpa Jones, the Lilly Brothers, the Louvin Brothers, Carl Martin and Ted Bogan, Dennis McGee, Sam McGee and Kirk McGee (the McGee Brothers), Bill Monroe and Charlie Monroe (the Monroe Brothers), the Osborne Brothers, Don Reno, Marc Savoy, Red Smiley, Kilby Snow, the Stanley Brothers, Ernest V. Stoneman, J.C. Sutphin, Merle Travis, Wade Ward, Mac Wiseman, and the New Lost City Ramblers. Also includied are recordings of various performances and workshops at festivals, including the American Old-Time Music Festival, the Bean Blossom Music Festival, and the Culpeper Music Festival. There are also recordings from the New Lost City Ramblers' European tour with Adam Landrenau and Cyp Landrenau, Cousin Emmy, and the Stanley Brothers. Performances were recorded at large and small venues, including New River Ranch near Rising Sun, Md.; Sunset Park, Pa.; and the Union Grove Fiddlers Convention in North Carolina. Seeger recorded in-depth interviews with many musicians, including Clarence Tom Ashley, the Benfield Family, Dock Boggs, Charlie Bowman, Maybelle Carter, Tommy Jarrell, Kirk McGee, Sam McGee, Eck Robertson, Leslie Riddle, Kilby Snow, Ernest V. Stoneman, and Wade Ward. Of particular interest is Seeger's interview with Columbia Records talent scout Frank Walker. Other New Lost City Ramblers recordings include raw tracks and master tapes for the group's albums; live recordings at folk festivals, colleges, and other venues; and band meetings. Supporting documentation includes Seeger's logs for all of the audio recordings and an artist index11ocn026610013book19921.00Gotham, Danny JAvalon blues : Mississippi John Hurt rememberedCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography11ocn153322002art19690.10Stambler, IrwinHurt, Mississippi John11ocn607284447rcrd19970.27Hurt, Mississippi JohnMemorial anthologyInterviews01ocn045346599mixSeeger, MikeMike Seeger collectionMusicians significant in the collection with last names A-M01ocn122605162mixBerkeley Folk FestivalPhotographs, budget and publicity files, general files, programs, posters and audio tapes from the Berkeley Folk Festivals, 1958-1971+-+0864594206324+-+0864594206324Fri Mar 21 15:14:08 EDT 2014batch25890