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por falcao, em 11.08.03
BLUES

There’s only one way for a young man to learn true blues: from older men. This sort of teacher-student relationship is rather common today, or at least it has been since the blues gained such popularity with the seemingly ever-fickle young white audience. One of the most popular of the young blues men is Paul Butterfield. But Butterfield is old hand at the blues, having drunk from the deep well on Chicago’s South Side several years ago. This spring, he and guitarist Michael Bloomfield were reunited with one of their main teachers – singer/guitarist Muddy Waters and pianist Otis Spann. The reunion took place in the Ter-Mar Recording Studio at Chess Records, and for three nights, a rather remarkable recording session rolled from one artistic peak to another. Following the last night, Butterfield, Waters, and, later, Spann discussed the session and the ways they learned the blues. What follows is an edited version of that conversation with Don DeMichael. . Para ler a entrevista, que me deixa cheio de água na boca para o disco que se espara aconteça rápido, podem ir à Down Beat.

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