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Fri Mar 21 17:06:42 2014 UTClccn-n868573630.00Download some Honeyboy0.331.00Robert Neff and Anthony Connor blues collection : [oral history],14963589David_"Honeyboy"_Edwardsn 868573631696231Dave "Honeyboy" EdwardsDavid Honeyboy EdwardsEdwards, Dave HoneyboyEdwards, David, 1915-Edwards, David, 1915-2011Edwards, David H. 1915-2011Edwards, David HoneyboyEdwards, David "Honeyboy", 1915-Edwards, David Honeyboy 1915-2011Edwards, Honey Boy 1915-2011Edwards Honeyboy 1915-2011Honey EddieHoney Eddie 1915-2011Honeyboy EdwardsHoneyboy Edwards, 1915-Honeyboy Edwards 1915-2011Mr. HoneyMr. Honey 1915-2011lccn-n98047338Herbert, Janis1956-lccn-n97042490Frank, Michael Robert1949-lccn-n82061739Brown, Clarence1924-2005prflccn-n82234802Hopkins, Lightnin'1912-1982prflccn-n88613448Sykes, Rooseveltprflccn-n81050379Scorsese, Martinlccn-no2002079083Fuqua, Antoineviaf-38361468Burke, Solomonlccn-no98057185Kortchmar, Dannylccn-n94112803Perry, Joe1950-Edwards, HoneyboyBiographyMusicBlues-rock musicBlues (Music)HistoryRock musicBlues (Music)Blues musiciansUnited StatesEdwards, HoneyboyAfrican AmericansBlues-rock musicFolk musicFolk songs, EnglishPopular instrumental musicMississippi--Delta RegionCantatas, SecularMississippiArkansasJohnson, Robert,Rock musicPopular musicRadio programsRadio musicJazzMusic--PerformanceAfrican Americans--MusicSouthern StatesRhythm and blues musicMississippi--ClarksdaleGordon, RobertWar songsPhotographersWallace, SippieGuy, BuddyLord, Linda,Manners and customsEstes, Sleepy John,Montgomery, Little Brother,North CarolinaMuddy Waters,Slaughtering and slaughter-housesKing, Freddy,House, SonWells, Junior,Perkins, PinetopTucker, LutherLau, Barbara--(Barbara A.)MaineChatterley, Cedric N.,Thornton, Big MamaSeals, SonImmigrantsHutto, J. BBrooks, LonnieNorth Carolina--Durham1915201119381967196919701978197919801981198519891990199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020114573127182BML420.E28ocn038087572ocn051936278ocn034259641ocn004648880ocn042843034ocn053298570ocn047153731ocn043924033ocn698169814ocn698169776ocn046361030ocn689541724ocn045274880ocn766594885ocn765664294ocn659191746ocn765397159ocn661678362ocn766807335ocn658729464ocn046361030ocn689541724ocn045274880ocn181364100ocn181364528ocn766594885ocn765664294ocn659191746ocn765397159ocn661578627ocn765319857ocn766807335ocn658517535ocn661146772ocn662141171ocn016718321ocn815510246ocn7429678884542ocn057369803visu20050.19Lightning in a bottleBlues (Music)Blues-rock musicMore than 50 musicians gather in New York City to celebrate 100 years of the blues in this Blues Music Foundation benefit concert2881ocn038087572rcrd19970.27A treasury of Library of Congress field recordingsSelected, annotated and produced by Stephen Wade, the 30 tracks on this release were all recorded during 1933 and 1946. There are recordings from Kentucky, Arkansas, Virginia, Mississippi, Tennessee, Alabama, Kansas, Ohio, Texas, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania and New York2581ocn051936278rcrd20030.23Classic blues from Smithsonian Folkways RecordingsMusic2537ocn034259641rcrd19950.23Peterson, Marvin HannibalAfrican portraitsHistoryMusic1826ocn046361030rcrd19790.39Edwards, HoneyboyMississippi Delta bluesman1822ocn053298570rcrd20030.47Classic blues from Smithsonian Folkways Recordings1822ocn042843034rcrd19990.50Mississippi, the blues lineage musical geniuses of the fields, levees, and jukes1542ocn004648880rcrd19780.70Spottswood, Richard KSongs of war & history1222ocn693822584rcrd20110.14Johnson, Robert100 years of Robert JohnsonTodd Park Mohr from Big Head Todd and the Monsters is joined by some of the greatest musicians in blues for a tribute to the late blues icon Robert Johnson1042ocn698169776file20030.88Classic blues from Smithsonian Folkways RecordingsMusic961ocn047153731rcrd20010.20Johnson, RobertHellhound on my trail songs of Robert Johnson : all-star blues tribute901ocn665174411visu20100.18Honeyboy the history of the bluesBiographyA legendary musician, and a performer at the inauguration of President Barack Obama, David 'Honeyboy' Edwards was born on a plantation, hopped trains playing guitar around the country at age 16, and became an early pioneer of the musical phenomenon known as the blues. Featuring interviews with Edwards, B.B. King, and other Blues greats, presented here is a biographical journey that is as much the story of the man as it is about the music that he helped to create903ocn180082180rcrd20060.22Last of the great Mississippi Delta bluesmen live in Dallas731ocn043924033visu19990.23Johnson, RobertHellhounds on my trail the afterlife of Robert JohnsonBiographyHeartfelt tribute to the influential and legendary bluesman Robert Johnson. Includes commentary about the man and his music, along with musical performances which took place in Cleveland, Ohio during a weeklong group of events dedicated to the artist632ocn697954454file19970.66Edwards, HoneyboyCrawling kingsnake552ocn697953447file20050.86Edwards, HoneyboyBlues, blues523ocn191960996rcrd20070.17Edwards, HoneyboyRoamin' and ramblin'422ocn030676555rcrd19940.15Fleetwood Mac (Musical group)Fleetwood Mac in Chicago 1969Blues-rock musicRock music392ocn030461722rcrd19920.25Edwards, HoneyboyDelta bluesman381ocn027760107rcrd19920.20The best of Mountain Stage. live12503ocn312403302file19970.31Edwards, HoneyboyThe world don't owe me nothing the life and times of Delta bluesman Honeyboy EdwardsBiographyThis vivid oral snapshot of an America that planted the blues is full of rhythmic grace. From the son of a sharecropper to an itinerant bluesman, Honeyboy's stories of good friends Charlie Patton, Big Walter Horton, Little Walter Jacobs, and Robert Johnson are a godsend to blues fans. History buffs will marvel at his unique perspective and firsthand accounts of the 1927 Mississippi River flood, vagrancy laws, makeshift courts in the back of seed stores, plantation life, and the Depression+-+9027701006241ocn057665111visu20020.21HoneyboyBiography"Honeyboy is the lively biography of octogenarian delta bluesman and 2002 NEA Heritage Fellowship recipient David "Honeyboy" Edwards. This film delivers the blues, its roots, personal accounts of the deep south before the civil rights movement, heartfelt stories of Edwards' missed recording opportunities and life on the road."--Back of container31ocn460185599visu20060.10The Blues11ocn702165442mix1.00Robert Neff and Anthony Connor blues collection : [oral history]InterviewsBetween June 1973 and Oct. 1974, Robert Neff and Anthony Connor interviewed leading blues artists for a book, Blues (Boston: David R. Godine, 1975). After the book was published, the unedited tapes were donated to Oral History, American Music11ocn233539999book20080.47Urgo, GeorgeRe-imagining heaven through a cave blues music as institutional & ideological criticism in the lives & artistry of Son House & Honeyboy EdwardsBiographyDissertations, AcademicThis thesis explores two twentieth century blues artists, Son House and Honeyboy Edwards, and the confessional and critical voices in their art and lives. House (b. 1902), grew up and became musically competent in the black Baptist church in the American south during a period after reconstruction but before civil rights. When House reached adulthood in the 1920s the blues was prohibited and denounced by the Baptist church. House wrote and recorded "Preachin' the Blues" in 1930 in order to work through his anxiety regarding church ordinances that branded blues music as sinful and evil. In this text, House confesses the reality of his desire for whiskey, many devoted women, and a heaven of his own. In describing his fantasies House effectively criticized and resisted church efforts to promote temperance, chastity, and collective homogeneity. Honeyboy Edwards (b. 1915) aims his critical gaze at other institutions and ideologies. For Honeyboy, the blues is both an outlet for confession and a means of resisting the interpellative call of sharecropping, prison, police, and the draft; all these institutions view black males as anonymous and exchangeable and seek to collect and co-opt black male individuality for laborious and deathly purposes. Honeyboy's autobiography contains overwhelming evidence of the limited options available to black men from the nineteen-twenties to the nineteen-sixties as well as the brutal nature of work farms and white-operated prisons. Honeyboy's blues allows him to avoid and subvert such systems and, by playing the blues, reassert and recast his own personhood and agency. His song, "Build Myself a Cave," challenges the call of Uncle Sam's World War II draft by depicting the life Honeyboy will be forced to give up: freedom of movement, drinking and partying, and his lover's affection. Though House and Honeyboy criticize different institutions and each bear different apprehensions, their ultimate goal is very much the same. The two artists use their blues to candidly express desire and fantasy--the way things ought to be--and both men reconfigure their own place and purpose in the world through the blues. In doing this work of reorientation, both men reveal a deep and emotive understanding of the realities and limitations of the institutions and ideologies at work in their lives11ocn618755439mix1.00Chatterley, Cedric NCedric N. Chatterley photographsInterviewsPictorial worksThe collection's photographs are primarily gelatin silver black-and-white prints ranging in size from 8x10 to 18x24 inches. Although Chatterley's areas of interest are broad, the most prominent themes in his work are community, labor, and religious expression. The collection is comprised of eight photographic works series titled thematically: Career Retrospective, with nine sub-series including Social Events, Religious Iconography, Labor, Southern Landscapes, Travel, Family, Maine Folklife, TROSA, and Downeast North Carolina; Holy Land, USA, an abandoned religious theme park in Connecticut; MFA Thesis, consisting of the body of work for Chatterley's Fine Arts thesis, "Ambivalent Ecstasies/Converging Energies" ; Penobscot Poultry, a project during which Chatterley also interviewed Maine poultry worker Linda Lord; David "Honeyboy" Edwards, images of an African-American blues musician from Mississippi; Spencer, South Dakota, on a small town devastated by a tornado and then rebuilt; Triangle Residential Options for Substance Abusers (TROSA), a project documenting communities in Durham, North Carolina, undertaken with Barbara Lau of the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University; and Other Images, several miscellaneous black and white prints, some of which were shot with Chatterley's home-built cameras01ocn045107385comDownload some HoneyboyA bit of Honeyboy Edwards' performance of "Catfish" can be downloaded from this Web page. For more of his performance, come to the Chicago Blues Archives at the Chicago Public Library+-+9027701006+-+9027701006Fri Mar 21 15:29:11 EDT 2014batch21314