Josh White - Free and Equal Blues: Rare Performances Trailer

Josh White - Free and Equal Blues: Rare Performances Trailer (2001)

06 November 2001 Factual, Music 58 mins

This video begins with a rare filmed snippet from the 1940's, then includes a range of European performances from the 1960's, showing the breath and variety of Josh's repertoire, from traditional blues and gospel to folk revival standards and cabaret material. It captures the intimate, sophisticated style, swing and power that made Josh the most influential guitarist on the early folk scene and on of America's defining entertainers.

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Josh White

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United States 06 November 2001

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