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  1. Blues Old & New: The Black Keys, Robert Finley & Luke Winslow King (hour 2) | American Routes

    We trace the musical DNA and psychic aura of the blues from its Delta roots to Chicago’s electric pioneers, across a patchwork of regional styles and modern day innovators. In an archival interview we talk with blues rockers the Black Keys of Akron, Ohio, about defying genre, eschewing nostalgia, and the blues progenitors who blurred labels like primitive and avant-garde. Age Don’t Mean a Thing for 65-year-old Louisiana bluesman Robert Finley, who caught a big break in the last couple years and is now rocking the mic and hitting the road harder than ever. From Cadillac, Michigan to the Crescent City, Luke Winslow-King recalls the bad times and breakups that gave him a deeper understanding of the blues and inspired him to make I’m Glad Trouble Don’t Last Always. Plus, we load up the jukebox with our favorites from Howlin’ Wolf and Buddy Guy, Johnny Burnette and Buddy Holly, Willie Nelson and Bonnie Raitt.

    http://americanroutes.wwno.org/archives/show/1090/Blues-Old-New-The-Black-Keys-Robert-Finley-Luke-Winslow-King

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  2. Blues Old & New: The Black Keys, Robert Finley & Luke Winslow King (hour 1) | American Routes

    We trace the musical DNA and psychic aura of the blues from its Delta roots to Chicago’s electric pioneers, across a patchwork of regional styles and modern day innovators. In an archival interview we talk with blues rockers the Black Keys of Akron, Ohio, about defying genre, eschewing nostalgia, and the blues progenitors who blurred labels like primitive and avant-garde. Age Don’t Mean a Thing for 65-year-old Louisiana bluesman Robert Finley, who caught a big break in the last couple years and is now rocking the mic and hitting the road harder than ever. From Cadillac, Michigan to the Crescent City, Luke Winslow-King recalls the bad times and breakups that gave him a deeper understanding of the blues and inspired him to make I’m Glad Trouble Don’t Last Always. Plus, we load up the jukebox with our favorites from Howlin’ Wolf and Buddy Guy, Johnny Burnette and Buddy Holly, Willie Nelson and Bonnie Raitt.

    http://americanroutes.wwno.org/archives/show/1090/Blues-Old-New-The-Black-Keys-Robert-Finley-Luke-Winslow-King?fbclid=IwAR1-SGbneDEBsyGGzIQPWKlPKwMvsMqskIlMvsbYQFJUZTe4FNXdXI6-enQ

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  3. Remembering Groundbreaking Television Producer Steven Bochco : NPR

    Bochco, who died Sunday, created numerous series, including Hill Street Blues and NYPD Blue. TV Critic David Bianculli looks back on Bochco’s impact, then we listen to his 1989 Fresh Air interview.

    https://www.npr.org/2018/04/02/598811490/remembering-groundbreaking-television-producer-steven-bochco

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  4. Nadie canta blues como los ciegos | El Planeador (21 septiembre 2017)

    En los años 20 del siglo pasado, aparecieron unos extraordinarios cantantes y guitarristas invidentes que dieron esplendor al blues rural

    https://elpais.com/cultura/2017/09/21/actualidad/1506006590_499272.html

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  5. Paramount Records: The Label Inadvertently Crucial To The Blues : The Record : NPR

    A furniture company recorded all of the top African-American blues and jazz performers of the 1920s. Despite its roster’s firepower, the label folded after just 15 years in business. A new reissue project tries to recapture some of the Paramount Records magic.

    http://www.npr.org/sections/therecord/2013/11/02/242428973/paramount-records-the-label-inadvertently-crucial-to-the-blues

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  6. How Bonnie Raitt’s pursuit of the blues led her to world music | Public Radio International

    Bonnie Raitt loves blues music, whether it’s from Chicago, the Mississippi Delta or West Africa.

    https://www.pri.org/stories/2017-05-25/how-bonnie-raitts-pursuit-blues-led-her-world-music

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  7. Is Texas, not Mississippi, the true home of the blues? - RN - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

    Everyone knows birthplace of blues music is on the Mississippi Delta. There’s just one problem: it might not be.

    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-03-20/is-texas-not-mississippi-the-true-home-of-the-blues/8368830

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  8. A Night At Red’s Juke Joint In The Mississippi Delta Is A True Blues Experience : NPR

    A visit to a classic, hole-in-the-wall blues bar in Clarksdale, Miss., where owner Red Paden enlightens us about the blues and the Delta.

    http://www.npr.org/2017/02/26/515756975/a-night-at-reds-juke-joint-in-the-mississippi-delta-is-a-true-blues-experience

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  9. El Nashville negro | El planeador (Diego Manrique)

    El Nashville negroUn repaso por aquellos músicos de blues y soul que trabajaron o grabaron en la capital del country

    https://www.m21radio.es/podcast/el-planeador/el-planeador-31012017

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  10. Dylan, hombre del blues en EL MAPA SECRETO | Gladys Palmera

    Bob Dylan es un bluesman. No se piensa en Dylan como hombre del blues pero esa música está presente en prácticamente toda su carrera.

    http://gladyspalmera.com/dylan-hombre-del-blues-en-el-mapa-secreto/

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