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    1972 documentary with genre history and music from Muddy Waters, Buddy Guy & Junior Wells, J.B. Hutto, & others. Filmed by professionals with a love & understanding of the music, this faithfully reflects the structure of Chicago blues of the late '60s from unknown amateur to world famous stars, from house to small bar, from traditional downhome to modern city style. Includes interviews with a few political figures, like Dick Gregory. Color. 50 min.
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1972 documentary with genre history and music from Muddy Waters, Buddy Guy & Junior Wells, J.B. Hutto, & others. Filmed by professionals with a love & understanding of the music, this faithfully reflects the structure of Chicago blues of the late '60s from unknown amateur to world famous stars, from house to small bar, from traditional downhome to modern city style. Includes interviews with a few political figures, like Dick Gregory. Color. 50 min.

DVD - Chicago Blues

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directed by Harley Cokliss Various Artists

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1972 documentary with genre history and music from Muddy Waters, Buddy Guy & Junior Wells, J.B. Hutto, & others. Filmed by professionals with a love & understanding of the music, this faithfully reflects the structure of Chicago blues of the late '60s from unknown amateur to world famous stars, from house to small bar, from traditional downhome to modern city style. Includes interviews with a few political figures, like Dick Gregory. Color. 50 min.
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1972 documentary with genre history and music from Muddy Waters, Buddy Guy & Junior Wells, J.B. Hutto, & others. Filmed by professionals with a love & understanding of the music, this faithfully reflects the structure of Chicago blues of the late '60s from unknown amateur to world famous stars, from house to small bar, from traditional downhome to modern city style. Includes interviews with a few political figures, like Dick Gregory. Color. 50 min.