2 edition of original Doc Hokum medicine pitch found in the catalog.
original Doc Hokum medicine pitch
David B. Coleman
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Played by the British actress Jane Seymour, once queen of mini-series, Dr. These blue notes are produced by bending tones, and the need to produce these tones made certain instruments key to playing blues music: the guitar, the harmonica, and the human voice. Their roster of blues artists reads like a who's who of blues greats. She is uniformly governed by fixed principles and all her actions harmonize with the laws that govern these actions. Field notes include technical information about the tapes, as well as description of contents, including musician names, song titles, banjo tunings, and background information on the musicians recorded.
Jones, Leroy. Mike'' - Michaela, actually, because her dad wanted a son - who heads to post-Civil War Colorado territory to hang her shingle. Bethke, compiled the materials, along with undergraduate students enrolled in his folklore courses at the University of Delaware in Newark, Del. I checked bookstores constantly for the next instalment.
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The bulk of the collection is audio interviews conducted by Braasch with seventeen fishermen from Carteret County, N. The result is a show that might as well be called "Little Doctor on the Prairie. Quinn, Medicine Woman falls into the category of a show you kind of want to root for, even if you have no intention ever to watch it.
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I was totally lost in the 17th century. CBS, remember, is the network that has all but dumped "Brooklyn Bridge," a "family show," and a great one. Blues music originated within the African American community in the deep South. The irony of all this professional perfection?
Bethke Collection, I was hesitant because I was so burned out from all the reading I had to do on a daily basis for my heavy course load. Seymour walks with a stride that is never less than purposeful, pausing now and then to say "Trust me.
Carolina Twins Musical group Recording, circa s Abstract The undated recording on audio cassette tape contains old time music performed by the Carolina Twins, who were Gwen Foster ? Vincent de Paul under Louis XIV, the hospital has continued to accommodate patients each year more numerous, until the s.
Seymour's presence means that the show probably will get a substantial tune-in audience for the opener, though the veteran of nearly 30 TV movies and miniseries moves through it all as if she attended the Jaclyn Smith School of Facial Paralysis in Acting.
Process and serve. Quinn, Medicine Woman" is surprisingly easy to watch. Calin Coburn Collection of Bob Nolan Materials, ss Abstract The collection of Calin Coburn documents the performance career of his grandfather, the western singer-songwriter and film actor Bob Nolan, who was leader of the musical group Sons of the Pioneers and author of western song classics including "Tumblin' Tumbleweeds" and "Cool Water.
In fact, I wasn't really there. While each of these performers brought their unique approach to the blues to Chess Records, the label managed to produce a rather coherent sound. She's sharp in a pinch but tender when she can afford to be -- a woman who is as likely to weep or fall down as to solve an instant crisis.
Videos include footage of live rock music shows in North Carolina during the s and interviews with musicians and additional performances recorded between and Airy, N. Jane Seymour plays the liberated woman of the title, who arrives in Colorado Springs to become the town's new sawbones. Frank Clyde Brown Collection, bulk Abstract The Frank Clyde Brown Collection consists of dubbed field recordings of ballads, banjo music, fiddle tunes, dance music, singing games, songs, and stories, recorded in various locations in North Carolina by folklorist, Duke University professor, and founding member of the North Carolina Folklore Society, Frank Clyde Brown.
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He has authored several books on southern music traditions, African American music, string bands, shape note singing, Primitive Baptist music, banjo music, and other topics, many having to do with the western Piedmont of North Carolina.
These developments, both in playing in the blues style and in extending its range into rock musicwere important innovations in the history of blues music, and popular music more generally, in the s and early s. I was almost afraid to buy it, fearing that I might be disappointed, but I should have known better.
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Around he started working as a singer, dancer, and musician in medicine shows, playing dances and parties often with other local musicians such as Gus Cannon, Frank Stokes and Robert Wilkins.
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