Table of contents for Broadcasting the blues : black blues in the segregation era / Paul Oliver.

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Contents
Preface		A Trailer
Introduction	The Development of the Blues
I		Before the Blues
	1	Blues in Retrospect
	2	Echoes of Africa
	3	Go Down, Old Hannah
	4	Old Country Stomp
5	Ragtime Millionaire
	6	Doctor Medicine
	7	John Henry and the Boll Weevil
	8	Yonder Comes the Blues
II		Blues, How Do You Do?
	9	Anticipatin' Blues
	10	In the Field
	11	Playing the Boards
	12	Declassifying the Blues
	13	Blues as an Art Form, Part I: Playing the Blues
	14	The Blues and Black Society
	15	Singing the Blues
16	Blues as an Art Form, Part II: Expressing the Blues
III		Meaning in the Blues
	17	Blues and Trouble
	18	Down the Dirt Road
19	Black Cat's Bone
	20	Tricks Ain't Walkin' No More
	21	Jail House Moan
	22	Let's Have A New Deal
	23	High Water Everywhere
	24	This World Is in A Tangle
	25	Blues with A Feeling
	26	Three Ball Blues
IV		Documenting the Blues	
	27	Creating the Documents
	28	Still To Be Documented
Discography
Index
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Blues (Music) -- History and criticism.
African Americans -- Music -- History and criticism.
Blues (Music) -- Social aspects -- United States.