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Thu Oct 16 18:01:55 2014 UTClccn-n871012600.07Yank Rachell Tennessee tornado /0.411.00"I play my own style and I play it on the mandolin" : Yank Rachell carrying on an individualistic blues heritage /66655174Yank_Rachelln 871012601869634Poor Jim 1910-1997Rachel, JamesRachel, James 1908-1997Rachel, James, 1910-1997Rachel, YankRachel, Yank 1908-1997Rachel, Yank, 1910-1997Rachell, JamesRachell, James 1908-1997Rachell, James, 1910-1997Rachell James "Yank" 1910-199lccn-n88035250Congress, Richardlccn-nr89010894Williamson, Sonny Boy1914-1948sngprfitrnc-tyus and tyus musical groupTyus and Tyus (Musical group)prflccn-n84143180McCrary, Jamesprflccn-no2002087118Monarch Jazz Quartet of Norfolkprflccn-n85174272Recorded Anthology of American Music, Inclccn-n84143177Quillian, Rufus1900-1946prflccn-n92098138O'Connor, George1874-1946prflccn-n90708905Smith, Claraprflccn-no98011837Five BreezesprfRachell, YankMusicBiographyBlues (Music)United StatesAfrican American musiciansRachell, YankBlues musiciansFolk musicAfrican AmericansAfrican American artistsArmstrong, Howard,Country musicAmerican poetry--African American authorsGospel musicOld-time musicIllinois--ChicagoInterviewsTennesseeArtMusic videosDixieland musicTennessee--MemphisMandolin musicTopical songsProtest songsDepressionsIndianaMusiciansNational Black Political ConventionIndiana--IndianapolisIndiana--GaryMusic191019971944194819621965196619701971197319741978198019831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200120022003200420062007200820092010201120122700147191781.643092M1630.18ocn004244425ocn051443361ocn068924128ocn162126536ocn025827783ocn007753929ocn724913744ocn004108642ocn008121917ocn003585879ocn645667357ocn038204630ocn732367358ocn766898460ocn766898489ocn661010272ocn766898464ocn658676880ocn766898445ocn765641910ocn765642106ocn038204630ocn661596584ocn761587337ocn658676880ocn661781797ocn765460673ocn765524663ocn766898469ocn766898489ocn766898471ocn661010272ocn660962804ocn812704298ocn7323588265244ocn004244425rcrd19780.39Let's get loose folk and popular blues styles from the beginning to the early 1940sFolk and popular blues styles from the beginnings to the early 1940's3033ocn645667357visu19860.24Louie BluieBiographyMusicDocuments the obscure country blues musician and idiosyncratic visual artist, Howard 'Louie Bluie' Armstrong, member of the last known black string band in America. Director Terry Zwigoff honors him with an unsentimental but endlessly affectionate tribute. Full of infectious music and comedy, this is a humane evocation of the kind of pop-cultural marginalia that Zwigoff would continue to make in the coming years821ocn051443361rcrd20020.20That's Chicago's South SideMusic811ocn027266852book19930.33The blues line : a collection of blues lyrics801ocn068924128rcrd20060.23The stuff that dreams are made of632ocn697954439file19970.82Mandolin blues374ocn041483843rcrd19620.24Rachell, YankMandolin blues294ocn030658441rcrd19650.31Estes, Sleepy JohnBrownsville blues281ocn025827783rcrd19900.26Prime chops Blind Pig sampler235ocn031053524rcrd19870.56Rachell, YankChicago style221ocn724913744rcrd19910.70Sonny Boy Williamson221ocn007753929rcrd19710.74Memphis jamboree, 1927-1936216ocn016712223rcrd19860.47Rachell, YankBlues mandolin man161ocn008121917rcrd19800.30Townsend, HenryMule161ocn276174137rcrd20080.47Ain't times hard political & social comment in the bluesMusic152ocn294334616rcrd20070.28Williamson, Sonny BoyThe original Sonny Boy Williamson141ocn003585879rcrd0.86The blues in Memphis131ocn030558653rcrd19930.21Delmark 40th anniversary, blues121ocn294889449rcrd20090.35Williamson, Sonny BoyThe original Sonny Boy Williamson101ocn031441445rcrd19900.26American folk blues festival10823ocn773827015file20010.47Congress, RichardBlues mandolin man the life and music of Yank RachellCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyYank Rachell and his mandolin playing style moved every musician lucky enough to hear him perform in the early sixties. When he died in April 1997, he left behind a stack of unanswered requests to tour Europe and to play blues festivals in the United States. In Blues Mandolin Man: The Life and Music of Yank Rachell, Richard Congress delivers the first biography of a family man whose playing inspired and energized the likes of David Honeyboy Edwards, Sleepy John Estes, and Henry Townsend. No other biography discusses the mandolin's influence and role in the blues. Guitar great Ry Cooder said, "+-+288815320661ocn022700790visu19890.07Yank Rachell Tennessee tornadoDiscusses the life and music of blues musician Yank Rachell11ocn030839788visu19930.10Across IndianaHistoryBiographyLooks at the 1972 National Black Political Convention held in Gary; examines the life of turn-of-the-century Indianapolis bicycle racer Marshall "Major" Taylor; and discusses the life and music of blues mandolin player James "Yank" Rachell11ocn012868334mix19841.00Roller, Peter"I play my own style and I play it on the mandolin" : Yank Rachell carrying on an individualistic blues heritage+-+2888153206Thu Oct 16 16:04:35 EDT 2014batch14188