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Blinds Review





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    blinds
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blinds review - Hand Me




Hand Me My Travelin' Shoes: In Search of Blind Willie McTell


Hand Me My Travelin' Shoes: In Search of Blind Willie McTell



By the time he died in 1959, Blind Willie McTell was almost forgotten. He had never had a hit record, and his days of playing on street corners for spare change were long gone. But this masterful guitarist and exquisite singer has since become one of the most loved musicians of the prewar period, spurring Bob Dylan to write, ?Nobody can sing the blues like Blind Willie McTell.” Now this richly evocative and wide-ranging biography illuminates for the first time the world of this elusive and fascinating figure, a blind man who made light of his disability and a performer who exploded every stereotype about blues musicians.

Traveling the back roads of Georgia, interviewing relatives and acquaintances, and digging up fascinating archival material, author Michael Gray weaves together his discoveries to reveal an articulate and resourceful musician with a modest career but a mile-wide independent streak. Whether selling high-quality homemade bootleg whisky out of a suitcase, bragging about crowds of women chasing him, or suffering a stroke while eating barbecue under a tree, McTell emerges from this book a cheerful, outgoing, engaging individualist with seemingly limitless self-confidence.

This moving odyssey into a lost world of black music and white power is also an unprecedented portrait of the culture, language, and landscape of the deep South--the violence, the leisurely pace of life--and of the blues preservationists who ventured into its heart. A long, thoughtful stare into the world of Blind Willie McTell, Hand Me My Travelin’ Shoes is sure to find a place among the classics of American music history.

To learn more about the book, visit www.handmemytravelinshoes.blogspot.com










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Photography 2010 (Review + Passes)




Photography 2010 (Review + Passes)





This past year (2010) was easily my biggest year yet as a photographer. I just got my camera and first lens in the beginning of 2009 and spent most of that year getting building experience and a portfolio. The passes above more than quadruple the amount I had from the previous year. This due to the fact that I now do house photography for the local arena and club, and shoot for a national magazine.


There were some great shows in 2010, ranging from big huge productions to small club shows. Below are some of my favorites in no particular order (balancing production, photography and enjoyment):

Grace Potter & The Nocturnals (Variety Playhouse - Atlanta, GA)
Muse (US Bank Arena - Cincinnati, OH)
B.o.B & Jason Derulo (Memorial Coliseum - Lexington, KY)
Paramore (PNC Pavilion - Cincinnati, OH)
Mastodon (Buster's Billiards & Backroom - Lexington, KY)
My Morning Jacket (KFC Yum! Center - Louisville, KY)











Blinded by Boss Hogg




Blinded by Boss Hogg





Last night I came to the bout with only one memory card, so I was forced to do a little editing on the fly (instead of my usual, "shoot first, ask questions later, reload as needed" approach). MissQ caught me giggling as I reviewed photos on the camera's screen. I was amused by this one in particular.

Blinded by Boss Hogg's flash unit, this one is "straight from the camera." I really love the green flare fringes near Kiki's leg.









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