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Film, Video SON SEALS HIS JOURNEY THROUGH THE BLUES

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Title

  • SON SEALS HIS JOURNEY THROUGH THE BLUES

Names

  • Jennifer Gerber, Peter S. Carlson (director)

Created / Published

  • USA.

Notes

  • -  Information from: "Jazz on the Screen" by David Meeker. Used with permission. (Source)
  • -  Short film (under 30 minutes).
  • -  "Bad axe", "Osceola rock", "Help me somebody", "Hot sauce", "No, no, baby", "Funky bitch", "My life" by Son Seals; "I believe" by Ray Charles; "She's fine" by Jimmy Reed; "Call my job" by Williams and Perkins; "Dear son" by Hahn, Son Seals, Jimmy Vivino; "Can't hear nothing but the blues" by Clark and Bush. (Songs)
  • -  Frank "Son" Seals, electric guitar, vocal, profiled through an extensive interview and comments from family and friends, including KoKo Taylor and Lonnie Brooks, plus performance clips of him playing at:- Denver Blues Festival (1998) with Malcolm Martin, trumpet; Red Davis, horn; Red Groetzinger, tenor sax; Ed Wooten, electric guitar; Ron Jamison, acoustic double bass. Rooster Blues (2001) with John Christy, keyboards; Robert Fetzer, electric guitar; Johnny B. Gayden, acoustic double bass; Billy Reyna, drums. Chicago Blues Festival (2001) with Dan Rabinovitz, trumpet; Michael Young, tenor sax; John Christy, keyboards; Jimmy Vivino, Robert Fetzer, electric guitar. House of Blues (1998) with The Junior Wells Band:- Pasquale Salerno, trumpet; Johnny Cotton, trombone; Garrick Patton, tenor sax; Steve Utting, keyboards; Luke Strong, electric guitar; Dave Miller, electric acoustic double bass; Vernal Taylor, drums. King Biscuit Blues Festival (1999) with Eddie Shaw, tenor sax. (Personnel on Camera)
  • -  Jazz on the Screen is a reference work of filmographic information and does not point to digitized versions of the items described. The Library of Congress may or may not own a copy of a particular film or video. To request additional information Ask a Librarian (https://www.loc.gov/rr/askalib/ask-record.html).

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Chicago citation style:

Jennifer Gerber, Peter S. Carlson. SON SEALSHIS JOURNEY THROUGH THE BLUES. USA, 2007.

APA citation style:

Jennifer Gerber, P. S. C. (2007) SON SEALSHIS JOURNEY THROUGH THE BLUES. USA.

MLA citation style:

Jennifer Gerber, Peter S. Carlson. SON SEALSHIS JOURNEY THROUGH THE BLUES. USA, 2007.