Issue 27/28: 3rd Annual Double Music Issue - SOLD OUT

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“The South seems always ready to rise again, bringing with it the best of the fused forces that made it the first place where jazz came into being.” — Stanley Crouch in “Crescent City” 

Steve Martin praises the banjo. Greil Marcus asks “Who was Geechie Wiley?” and Tom Freeland wonders “Where the Blues Was Born.” 

Featuring John Jeremiah Sullivan, William Gay, Larry Brown, Willie Morris, and Karen A. Mann. Fiction by Madison Smartt Bell. Poetry by Michael Chitwood and Anthony Martin.

CD Tracks:
1.  Nobody Better Than Us / Lead Belly
2.  Oxford Town / Bob Dylan
3.  Make a Little Love / Alex Chilton
4.  Don’t Tell Your Mama, Don’t Tell Your Papa / Beau Jocque
5.  Shake Your Hips / Lou Ann Barton
6.  Georgia on a Fast Train / Billy Joe Shaver
7.  Do Right Woman, Do Right Man / Flying Burrito Brothers
8.  Breakfast in Bed / Dusty Springfield
9.  Turn on Your Love Light / Bobby Blue Bland
10. Chief Sitting in the Rain / Mark O’Connor, Yo-Yo Ma, Edgar Meyer
11. Last Kind Word Blues / Geechie Wiley
12. Ain’t Leavin’ Your Love / Townes Van Zandt
13. Swanee River Rock / The Red Tops
14. Matchbox / Ike Turner
15. Doctor Jazz / Jelly Roll Morton
16. The Back Door / D.L. Menard
17. The Sins of Memphisto / John Prine
18. Ninety-Nine and a Half / Dorothy Love Coates
19. Locomotive / Terri Binion
20. I Want a Little Sugar in My Bowl / Nina Simone
21. Do Your Own Thing / Issac Hayes
22. The L&N Don’t Stop Here Anymore / June Carter Cash
23. Badass with a Heart of Gold / Jason Morphew
24. Shine on Harvest Moon / Laurel & Hardy
25. Somewhere over the Rainbow / Jerry Lee Lewis


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