Mississippi Juke Joint Blues
Clarksdale, Mississippi: birthplace of Ike Turner, Sam Cooke, John Lee Hooker and Son House and home to five taverns visited by Library of Congress researcher Lewis Wade Jones in 1941.
In each of these taverns a jukebox. In each jukebox, a choice of records, painstakingly listed by Jones, who figured it was worth it.
And now, sitting down in the comfort of your own home, you can pull yourself a beer and listen to the sounds that a 29 year-old Muddy Waters from nearby Stovall might have heard on a night out in Clarksdale, 1941
|Primary Format - Music||CD|
|Label||Rhythm & Blues|
|Music Genre Primary||Blues & Roots|
|Music Genre Secondary||Compilation|
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