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Author: Martin ScorseseSam PollardPeter GuralnickPaul AllenJody AllenAll authors
Publisher: New York : Sony Music Entertainment : Manufactured by Columbia Music Video, ©2003.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : NTSC color broadcast system : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Martin Scorsese traces the roots of the blues from the banks of the Niger River to the cotton fields and juke joints of Mississippi. Musician Corey Harris travels through Mississippi and West Africa, exploring the roots of blues music. The film celebrates the early Delta blues musicians through original performances (including Willie King, Taj Mahal, Otha Turner, and Ali Farka Toure), archival footage (featuring Son  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Documentary television programs
Documentary films
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Martin Scorsese; Sam Pollard; Peter Guralnick; Paul Allen; Jody Allen; Ulrich Felsberg; Keb' Mo', (Musician); Taj Mahal, (Musician).; Corey Harris; Willie King; Salif Keïta; Othar Turner; Cappa Productions.; Two Dollars and a Dream (Firm); Road Movies Filmproduktion.; Vulcan Productions.; Jigsaw Productions.; Sony Music Entertainment, Inc.; Columbia Music Video (Firm); Liberators (Musical group).
ISBN: 0738903752 9780738903750 0738903892 [set of 7] 9780738903897 [set of 7
OCLC Number: 54818647
Language Note: English.
Notes: Videodisc release of a 2003 television production.
Series produced by Vulcan Productions and Road Movies Production in association with Cappa Productions & Jigsaw Productions ; originally produced for PBS and The Corporation for Public Broadcasting ; presented by WGBH Boston to PBS.
Contains 6 new and extended performances not seen in the film: Taj Mahal & Corey Harris, "Sitting on top of the world"--Willie King & The Liberators, "Spoonful"--Keb' Mo' & Corey Harris, "Sweet home, Chicago"--Othar Turner, Corey Harris "Sitting on top of the world" -- Salif Keita, "Folon" -- Corey Harris, "Honeysuckle" ; on-camera interview with Martin Scorsese ; director biography and filmography, etc.
Credits: Director of photography, Arthur Jafa ; editor, David Tedeschi ; series producer, Alex Gibney ; executive producer Martin Scorsese, Paul G. Allen, Jody Patton and Ulrich Felsberg.
Cast: Featuring: Corey Harris, Willie King, Taj Mahal, Keb' Mo', Otha Turner & The Rising Star Fife and Drum Band, Sharde Thomas, Ali Farka Toure, Habib Koite, Salif Keita, Toumani Diabate ; archival performances by Son House, Muddy Waters, Johnny Shines, John Lee Hooker.
Description: 1 videodisc (76 min.) : sd., b&w with col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD, NTSC, region 1; 5.1 surround sound and stereo mixes.
Contents: Title (Performer): Traveling riverside blues (Robert Johnson) --
Dynaflow blues (Johnny Shines) --
Hellhound on my trail (Robert Johnson) --
Country blues (Muddy Waters) --
Celebrated walkin' blues (Taj Mahal) --
Rosalie (Muddy Waters with The Son Simms Four) --
My black mama, pt. II ; Government fleet blues (Son House) --
Gypsy woman (Muddy Waters) --
High water everywhere, pt. I (Charley Patton) --
C.C. Rider (Lead Belly) --
Terrorized (Willie King & the Liberators) --
Oh baby (Napoleon Strickland & the Como Drum Band with Otha Turner) --
Lay my burden down (Otha Turner & Corey Harris) --
Mali Dje (Ali Farka Toure) --
Tupelo blues (John Lee Hooker) --
Amandrai (Ali Farka Toure) --
Down child (John Lee Hooker) --
Ananamin (It's been so long)(Salif Keita) --
My babe (Otha Turner & the Rising Star Fife & Drum Band).
Other Titles: Martin Scorsese presents The blues (Television program).
Martin Scorsese presents The blues.
Blues.
Responsibility: Cappa Productions & Two Dollars and a Dream, Inc. ; produced by Sam Pollard ; written by Peter Guralnick ; directed by Martin Scorsese.
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Martin Scorsese traces the roots of the blues from the banks of the Niger River to the cotton fields and juke joints of Mississippi. Musician Corey Harris travels through Mississippi and West Africa, exploring the roots of blues music. The film celebrates the early Delta blues musicians through original performances (including Willie King, Taj Mahal, Otha Turner, and Ali Farka Toure), archival footage (featuring Son House, Muddy Waters, and John Lee Hooker), and interviews (including Corey Harris, Sam Carr, Toumani Diabate, Willie King, Dick Waterman, Taj Mahal, Johnny Shines, Otha Turner, Ali Farka Toure, Habib Koité, Salif Keita, and Keb' Mo').

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