DIXON, Robert M. W., & John Godrich.

Recording the Blues.

New York: Stein and Day, 1970 Stock Code: 142999
£250.00
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First US edition, first printing, published simultaneously in the UK by Studio Vista; both soft and hardback versions were issued, the latter being decidedly uncommon.

Recording the Blues is a volume in the series the "Blues Paperbacks," edited by the doyen of British blues historians, Paul Oliver, each title written by acknowledged experts in the field, intended to help to set the blues in their musicological, sociological and folkloric context.

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Description

Octavo. Original brown boards, silver-lettered spine. With dust jacket

Illustrations

Illustrated throughout.

Condition

A few nicks and light surface wear to jacket. A very good copy, sharp and square.

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