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Remembering Mack McCormick

Robert ‘Mack’ McCormick, the musicologist, historian and folklorist whose massive private home archive of notes, photographs and interviews—collected on field researching expeditions in the deep South—has tantalized blues historians for decades, died last week in his Houston home. 1,215 more words

[REPORT] LTW: Chris Salewicz – Dead Gods – The 27 Club (In conversation with Chris Madden)

November 13th-15th saw the Louder Than Words Festival take place at the prestige of Manchester’s Palace Hotel. The annual music conference saw an array of speakers and content on the music business to writing and performing, as a weekend of artistic appreciation and celebration. 366 more words


A Musical Portrait

Ludovico’s Band

Salon, Melbourne Recital Centre

November 17, 2015

In this final 2015 recital given by a consort notable for the high calibre of its members, the five contributing composers were producing work during England’s Caroline Era, the reign of Charles I which tore the country apart and, in the process, put much of its cultural heritage in peril; not just music, although we tend to slide past these particular decades between the brilliant ferment of Tudor composition and the brief-lived glory of British music that is Henry Purcell.   694 more words

Chamber Music

Stock Watch: Grading the Hoosiers after a week (plus AP ballot)

Welcome to Stock Watch!

What is Stock Watch? Well, it’s fashioned after our weekly football postgame feature, Thumbs Up/Thumbs Down.

But there are only 12 games in a football regular season, and 31 in a basketball regular season. 525 more words


ROBERT JOHNSON | Negocios con el diablo

Publicado en Evaristo Cultural el 9 de noviembre de 2015

“Fui hasta la encrucijada y caí de rodillas, le pedí piedad al Señor, por favor, salva al pobre Bob” 2,363 more words

Marcelo Sonaglioni

What About the Blues

It was dark, probably about half past 12:00, but sleep was not an option. At times like these, there is only one thing to do: play some music. 770 more words