A Blues Bibliography (2nd Edition) by Robert Ford

By Robert Ford

A Blues Bibliography, moment variation is a revised and enlarged model of the definitive blues bibliography first released in 1999. fabric formerly passed over from the 1st variation has now been integrated, and the bibliography has been increased to incorporate works released given that then. as well as biographical references, this paintings contains entries at the background and historical past of the blues, tools, list labels, reference resources, nearby diversifications and lyric transcriptions and musical research.

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