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Hand me my travelin" shoes

Gray, Michael

Hand me my travelin" shoes

in search of Blind Willie McTell

by Gray, Michael

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  • 5 Currently reading

Published by Bloomsbury in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • McTell, Blind Willie,
  • Blues musicians -- United States -- Biography,
  • Blind musicians -- United States -- Biography

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Other titlesHand me my traveling shoes
    StatementMichael Gray.
    GenreBiography
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML420.M34187 G73 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23397738M
    ISBN 109781556529757
    LC Control Number2009022329

      "Travellin' Shoes introduces the world of RJ Franklin, an Indiana police detective who returns from leave to look into the murder of his church's new choir director. RJ's investigation takes him--and us--into the places that serve as the backbone of the urban community--the churches, the hair salons and, perhaps most importantly, the dinner Pages: Tell others about this book. About Hand Me My Travelin' Shoes. Blind Willie McTell, , was one of the most gifted musical artists of his generation, with an exquisite voice and a sublime talent for the twelve-string guitar. As Bob Dylan wrote, 'nobody can sing the blues like Blind Willie McTell' - yet his repertoire was infinitely wider.

    In stark contrast to the Blind Willie Johnson book, “Hand Me Down My Travelin’ Shoes” is packed with information and it could be argued, dangerously so. At pages long (before appendix, index, etc.,), it is not until chapter seven at page that Willie comes into the picture and even then it is not for another three chapters after. Suggested reading from Chicago Review Press Presidents' Day Mother's Day Father's Day Veterans Day. The Voice Book Audio Downloads.

      Philip Lee Williams Athens resident Philip Lee Williams writes fiction with the authority of a historian, the ear of a poet, and the eye of a . Very Good: A book that has been read and does not look new, but is in excellent condition. No obvious damage to the book cover, with the dust jacket (if applicable) included for hard covers. No missing or damaged pages, no creases or tears, no underlining or highlighting of text, and no writing in the margins.


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by Michael Gray. Bloomsbury £25, pp In the sleeve notes to his album of blues and folk covers, World Gone Wrong, released in. Hand Me My Travelin' Shoes is a wonderful book about a spellbinding musician.

Gray's obsessions can be hard to plough through, but his understanding of the strange, contradictory forces that made Author: Will Hodgkinson. WELCOME TO BLOGGING ABOUT A BOOK ABOUT BLIND WILLIE BLOGGING ABOUT PRE-WAR BLUES IN GENERAL.

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This moving odyssey into a lost world of black music and white power is also an unprecedented portrait of the culture, language, and landscape of the deep South the violence, the leisurely pace of life and of the blues preservationists who ventured into its heart.

A long, thoughtful stare into the world of Blind Willie McTell is sure to find a place among the classics of American Author: Gray, Michael.

Chicago, IL: Chicago Rview Press, Hardcover. A superb meditation on a rare American figure, one who grows more mysterious and iconic the more Gray reveals of his facts and context; a brilliant exhibition of how musical study becomes cultural study; and an elegant and passionate book that expands until its subjects seem to be time and memory themselves.

Hand Me My Travelin' Shoes In Search of Blind Willie McTell (Book): Gray, Michael: By the time he died inBlind Willie McTell was almost forgotten. He had never had a hit record, and his days of playing on street corners for spare change were long gone.

But this masterful guitarist and exquisite singer has since become one of the most loved musicians of the prewar period. Traveling Shoes Lyrics: Hand me down / My travelin' shoes / I've got a long way to go, a long way to go / And I've no time, I've no time to lose / Well there's a road that I haven't seen so hand.

Travelin' Shoes Lyrics: Me and my old lady / Ain't been gettin' along / Things don't get better / I'll soon be long gone / This situation's driving me insane / Somebody fetch my coat and hat and. Evoking the turbulent past of the subject’s time and place, this odyssey to rural Georgia peels back the many layers of Blind Willie McTell’s compelling, occasionally shocking, but ultimately uplifting story.

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Evoking the turbulent past of the subject’s time and place, this odyssey to rural Georgia peels back the many layers of Brand: Chicago Review Press. But it is to Gray's enormous credit that this is much more than an itinerant bluesman's Life: Hand Me My Travelin' Shoes is a vivid social and cultural history of the American South, a colourful.

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