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Calvin Newborn: New Born
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performed by Calvin Newborn, Charlie Wood, 1967-, Herman Green, fl. 1990, Scott Thompson, fl. 2004, Donald Brown, 1954-, Renardo Ward, fl. 2000 and Ekpe Obioto, fl. 2000 (Yellow Dog Records, 2005), 52 mins, 8 page(s)
performed by Calvin Newborn, Charlie Wood, 1967-, Herman Green, fl. 1990, Scott Thompson, fl. 2004, Donald Brown, 1954-, Renardo Ward, fl. 2000 and Ekpe Obioto, fl. 2000 (Yellow Dog Records, 2005), 52 mins, 8 page(s)
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Calvin Newborn: Up City
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performed by Calvin Newborn, Tony Thomas, Tom Lonardo, fl. 1960, Charles Thomas, 1935-1999, Jamil Nasser, 1932-2010, Bill Easley, 1946-, Bill Mobley, 1953- and Tony Reedus, 1959-2008 (Yellow Dog Records, 2005), 1 hour 11 mins, 10 page(s)
performed by Calvin Newborn, Tony Thomas, Tom Lonardo, fl. 1960, Charles Thomas, 1935-1999, Jamil Nasser, 1932-2010, Bill Easley, 1946-, Bill Mobley, 1953- and Tony Reedus, 1959-2008 (Yellow Dog Records, 2005), 1 hour 11 mins, 10 page(s)
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The 12-Bar Blues Form in South African Kwela and Its Reinterpretation
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written by Gerhard Kubik, 1934-; in Africa and the Blues (Jackson, MS: University Press of Mississippi, 1999), 174-198
written by Gerhard Kubik, 1934-; in Africa and the Blues (Jackson, MS: University Press of Mississippi, 1999), 174-198
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In View
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produced by Henry Bush, fl. 1970; performed by Albert King, 1923-1992, Chico Hamilton, 1921-2013 and Little Milton, 1934-2005; in Albert King, Chico Hamilton, Little Milton: Montreux Festival (Stax Records, 1991), 12 mins
produced by Henry Bush, fl. 1970; performed by Albert King, 1923-1992, Chico Hamilton, 1921-2013 and Little Milton, 1934-2005; in Albert King, Chico Hamilton, Little Milton: Montreux Festival (Stax Records, 1991), 12 mins
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Charlie Mingus: The Gargantua of Jazz
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written by Grover Sales, 1920-2004; in Jazz: America's Classical Music (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1984), 190-194
written by Grover Sales, 1920-2004; in Jazz: America's Classical Music (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1984), 190-194
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The Modern Scene
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written by Amiri Baraka, 1934-2014; in Blues People: The Negro Experience in White America and the Music that Developed from It. (New York, NY: William Morrow and Company, 1963), 187-248
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