Blues Masters – The Essential History of the Blues

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Blues Masters – The Essential History of the Blues

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  1. This DVD and the Howlin’ Wolf Story are second only to the DVD, “The Blues.” It is almost impossible to rank them because they are unique and very special in their own way. Should be in every one’s collection.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. the dvd is a fairly good description of the plight of the black americian in the amount of time allotted by a dvd but as a history of the blues i believe that it comes up short. the musical performances are definitely geared toward the jazzier side of blues as is the focus of the majority of the film. folk blues, chicago, new orleans, texas, apilachian, ect, either barely get a mention or no mention at all. also cronologically it seemed to jump around a bit they didnt seem to be consistently foloing a time line
    Rating: 2 / 5

  3. Id really thought it would be more of a history of Ledbetter than a broad history of the blues but it was still adequate.
    Rating: 3 / 5

  4. the best thing about any Documentary is when it goes the extra mile to fully capture not only the subject matter but also the time period&this Dvd collection hides nothing&comes correct on the time period&the creative people behind the music&the powerful element it took.the Music is a Heaven for the Oppression that was happening at the time.you feel the Notes&the strength all rolled into one here.the Blues means different things to people but this Dvd gets it right from start to finish.School is in Session here&it’s time to take notes.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. If you have a real interest in blues music and those who created it, this DVD can be a jaw dropper. It’s well worth the price.
    Rating: 5 / 5

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