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CHARACTERS æ Between Midnight and Day: The Last Unpublished Blues Archive Ü Between Midnight and Day The Last Unpublished Blues Archive celebrates the rich heritage of one of America's greatest cultural legacies the blues Dick Waterman has been representing and photographing blues artists for over fifty yearHeritage of one of America's greatest cultural legacies the blues Dick Waterman. Good photographs of and good well told stories about Mississippi John Hurt Lightnin' Hopkins Joseph Spence Mance Lipscomb Arthur Crudup and a host of othersI have one minor disagreement with Mr Waterman In the section on Chuck Berry he writes about speaking with Mose Allison about his appearance with The Muddy Waters Band Otis Spann Mississippi John Hurt and Chuck Berry at a New York City Folk Festival concert in 1965 Mose remarks that he still remembers that Chuck and the accompanying band members of Muddy's band played out of time with each other Nitpicking I was there that night still have the flyer tickets ranged from 2 to 495 and no one in the audience noticed or cared Chuck tore the place up that night out of time or not Perhaps my disagreement should be with Mr Allison

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Has been representing and photographing blues artists for over fifty years and i. There is a folk style to Waterman's storytelling an unexpected and possibly unrivaled example of the unreliable narrator approach that allows the text not only to accompany these photographs comfortably but to actually communicate with them To most listeners there is an aura of mystery around many of these performers; Waterman's stories play with and build on that sense of wonder

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Between Midnight and Day The Last Unpublished Blues ArchiveBetween Midnight and Day The Last Unpublished Blues Archive celebrates the rich. For some reason Goodreads credits this book to Bonnie Raitt Raitt wrote the foreword but the text and photos are actually by the famed blues producer and publicist Dick WatermanThis book probably comes as close as any set of photos can to the meat and feel of the blues in its richly darkly luminescent prints and nearly otherworldly feel Virtually every page has a magnificent photo on it and the personal anecdotes that Waterman relates are funny poignant and sharp often all three together If there's a flaw it's that Waterman clearly has some scores to settle and is not above the occasional bit of rapier waving but the honesty behind it makes it all worthwhile Highly recommended