Deep Blues Trailer

Deep Blues Trailer (1992)

"A Musical Pilgrimage to The Crossroads" 01 April 1992 Factual, Music 91 mins

This warm 90 minutes documentary shows us unknown blues musicians from Mississippi. They play everywhere : on the streets, in dirty little bars, in a barber shop, in big clubs. The film really captures the true faces of blues and shows us that this music had nothing to do with nostalgia or record company hypes. Documentary on the Delta blues.

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Cast

R. L. Burnside

as Himself

Robert Palmer

as Himself

International Releases Dates

United States 01 April 1992

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