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Fri Mar 21 17:04:51 2014 UTClccn-n831532190.00Postcard [Left to right], Sonny Boy Williamson, [Sam Anderson] announcer, Robert Junior Lockwood0.301.00Robert Neff and Anthony Connor blues collection : [oral history],12491934Robert_Lockwood,_Jr.n 83153219979606Lockwood, Robert, 1915-2006Lockwood, Robert Jr. 1915-2006Lockwood, Robert jun. 1915-2006Lockwood, Robert Junior, 1915-2006Robert Jr 1915-2006Robert Jr.LockwoodRobert Junior LockwoodRobert LockwoodRobert Lockwood JrRovert Jr. Lockwoodlccn-n87119483Spann, Otis1930-1970sngprfitrcmplccn-nr89010866Magic Sam1937-1969prflccn-no2001023566Five Gallons of Fun (Musical group)prflccn-n83153220Shines, Johnnyarrprfitrlccn-n85034859Cotton, James1935-prfitrlccn-n82066786Rush, Otisprflccn-n83125288Dixon, Willie1915-1992sngprfitrlccn-n92097729Boyd, Eddie1914-1994sngprfitrlccn-n91094385Perkins, Pinetopprflccn-n81033547Hooker, John LeeprfLockwood, Robert Jr1915-2006MusicBiographyCriticism, interpretation, etcInterviewsAnecdotesBlues (Music)United StatesIllinois--ChicagoJazzFolk musicPopular musicGuitar music (Blues)African AmericansWork songsMusic--Instruction and studyBlues musiciansJohnson, Robert,Mississippi--Delta RegionAmerican poetry--African American authorsMusiciansGospel musicMississippi River ValleyRockabilly musicRock musicSoul musicMuddy Waters,Live sound recordingsPiano music (Blues)Lockwood, Robert Jr.,Frizzell, Lefty,Joplin, Scott,Taylor, KokoWilliams, LucindaDixon, Willie,En Vogue (Musical group)Reeves, JimHayes, IsaacRockin' Dopsie,Hendricks, BarbaraYearwood, TrishaValli, Frankie,Shannon, DelWilliams, Vanessa,Burton, GaryGraham, Bill,Jesus & Mary Chain (Musical group)Sugarcubes (Musical group)Ertegun, Ahmet MFrancis, ConnieChilton, AlexBiz Markie,Iron Maiden (Musical group)Jolson, Al,Laine, CleoCaruso, Enrico,19152006194219511960196519661970197219731974197519771978198019811985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082010201120122674374486781.643M1630.18ocn027743840ocn042630312ocn047153731ocn044855012ocn051443362ocn043924033ocn593862134ocn041928543ocn028083318ocn028144204ocn062383643ocn661784315ocn762022354ocn766437982ocn765434032ocn765639977ocn658551358ocn690795573ocn766096267ocn765994386ocn320670088ocn762022354ocn762749832ocn659285048ocn658406533ocn659289132ocn659034021ocn765411625ocn659233388ocn658551358ocn742995994ocn743164036ocn0623836431812ocn042630312rcrd19990.59Blues routesMusic1778ocn039142258rcrd19970.23Lockwood, Robert JrI got to find me a woman17014ocn044855012rcrd19600.25Spann, OtisOtis Spann is the blues1491ocn027743840rcrd19920.24Blues masters the essential blues collection1201ocn028656399rcrd19930.39Folk masters1162ocn052927526rcrd20030.28Young, JohnnyChicago bluesChicago took blues music from the south and the Delta and gave it its own Windy City spin. This collection spans nearly 40 years of the Chicago Blues scene and includes tracks from Buddy Guy, Elmore James, Muddy Waters, and more+-+8857808936324961ocn047153731rcrd20010.20Johnson, RobertHellhound on my trail songs of Robert Johnson : all-star blues tribute958ocn045078674rcrd20000.20Lockwood, Robert JrDelta crossroads892ocn180082180rcrd20060.22Last of the great Mississippi Delta bluesmen live in Dallas791ocn027266852book19930.33The blues line : a collection of blues lyrics781ocn051443362rcrd20020.21That's all right7310ocn042548947rcrd19720.27Spann, OtisWalking the blues731ocn043924033visu19990.23Johnson, RobertHellhounds on my trail the afterlife of Robert JohnsonBiographyHeartfelt tribute to the influential and legendary bluesman Robert Johnson. Includes commentary about the man and his music, along with musical performances which took place in Cleveland, Ohio during a weeklong group of events dedicated to the artist713ocn697953343file19990.66Lockwood, Robert JrJust the blues512ocn054958493rcrd20030.14Lockwood, Robert JrThe legend live501ocn041478641visu19990.21Southern fusionCriticism, interpretation, etcInterviewsJoin folk-rock musician Ani DiFranco in a four part film series filmed live along the Mississippi River, highlighting the richness and vitality of American music at the close of the 20th century. In this third segment from from La Center, Kentucky to Jackson, Mississippi, the music gets louder as the river flows South. Memphis forged the sounds of rockabilly and soul. In the Mississippi Delta, music is still deeply rooted in the soil. Secular music styles come back to the blues, and gospel is at its most heartfelt and powerful+-+9247384106324503ocn041441895rcrd19990.22Lockwood, Robert JrThe complete Trix recordings497ocn027697984rcrd19730.32Lockwood, Robert JrSteady rollin' man471ocn041928543rcrd19990.18A tribute to Muddy Waters king of the bluesAnecdotes442ocn028083318rcrd19920.18Lockwood, Robert JrRobert "Jr." Lockwood plays Robert & Robert151ocn527365966book19940.20Contemporary musicians. profiles of the people in musicBiographyProvides comprehensive information on musicians and groups from around the world. Entries include a detailed biographical essay, selected discographies, contact information, and a list of sources22ocn030882302book19930.47Buckalew, Terrence HalaireBlues music in ArkansasHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography21ocn433669814visu20040.18Lockwood, Robert JrThe blues of Robert Lockwood, Jr11ocn672406084mix1.00Rayburn Moore collectionMusicThe Rayburn Moore collection consists of footage related to the Moore family. Also included are two reels of film showing touring performances of KFFA Radio's "King Biscuit Time," and one reel showing a walking tour around Ralston Purina's Research Farm outside of St. Louis, Missouri. One of the King Biscuit Time reels is a circa 1943 country store performance by blues artists Sonny Boy Williamson and Robert Junior Lockwood. The second King Biscuit Time reel is a 1952 bus performing tour of various Arkansas locations by Sonny Boy Williamson and other African-American performers11ocn317358716visu19781.00Junior Lockwood: the Robert Johnson legacyMusic11ocn702165442mix1.00Robert Neff and Anthony Connor blues collection : [oral history]InterviewsBetween June 1973 and Oct. 1974, Robert Neff and Anthony Connor interviewed leading blues artists for a book, Blues (Boston: David R. Godine, 1975). After the book was published, the unedited tapes were donated to Oral History, American Music11ocn607073862mix1.00Interstate Grocer CompanyKing Biscuit papersPhotographsRecords and correspondenceThe collection consists of correspondence, radio scripts, printed material, photographs, and artifacts11ocn073509554file20040.47Send you back to Arkansas our own sweet sounds II : interactive CD and audio CD11ocn047210702visu1942Postcard [Left to right], Sonny Boy Williamson, [Sam Anderson] announcer, Robert Junior LockwoodSonny Boy Williamson was a famous blues musician during the 1940s and 1950s. He was born between 1899 and 1910 under the name Aleck Ford and was also known as Rice Miller or Aleck Miller and grew up in Mississippi and taught himself how to play the harmonica. In the 1930s, he played with Sunny and Slim in Missouri and probably toured other southern states by himself. Beginning in 1941, he performed on KFFA Radio Station in Helena, Arkansas on the "King Biscuit Flour Time" radio program. He left the radio station in 1944 but returned often to perform. In 1951, he began his recording career. He was based in the Memphis area until 1954 when he moved to Detroit. From there he moved to Milwaukee and Cleveland. He spent several years touring the country and went to Europe to perform. In 1965, he returned to Helena and appeared again on "King Biscuit Time" and died May 25, 196511ocn772312594mixPantsios, AnastasiaAnastasia Pantsios PhotographsPhotographsThe Anastasia Pantsios Photographs collection spans the years 1979 to 1993. The collection consists of twenty black and white photographs taken by Pantsios, organized alphabetically by performer. The collection provides visual evidence of performers who have appeared in Cleveland, Ohio over the course of nearly two decades, on and off stage. Seen in a broader context, the collection provides documentation of performers who have appeared in Cleveland over the years, as well as their public persona and dress. The collection also provides insight into the performers who allowed themselves and their performances to be photographed by female rock photographers, as women were finally gaining a foothold in the ranks, led by <title render="italics">Rolling Stone's</title> Annie Leibovitz. As women became more numerous and prominent on rock and roll stages in the 1980s and beyond, Pantsios developed a special interest in the visual study of the changing and diverse ways rock musicians presented themselves while making music+-+8857808936324+-+8857808936324Fri Mar 21 15:26:03 EDT 2014batch23698