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Blues File- Otis Taylor "Recapturing The Banjo"

From: WXPN
Series: Blues File
Length: 03:39

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Otistaylor_small Review of Otis Taylor "Recapturing The Banjo." WE WANT YOUR INPUT! If you have any interest in airing a weekly short feature on blues music, please listen to these "Blues File" programs and offer your response-- what you like or not, what you would like, and "basic issues" such as: do you prefer an exact fixed length or can it vary? What length do you prefer? Do you like them self-contained as they are now, or would you be happier if they need a local intro or outro? When would you air it? (it airs on WXPN Philadelphia Thursday mornings at 8:30.) Thanks! -Jonny Meister/WXPN-FM Otis Taylor calls attention to the banjo's African origins on his new album "Recapturing The Banjo"

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Piece Description

Review of Otis Taylor "Recapturing The Banjo." WE WANT YOUR INPUT! If you have any interest in airing a weekly short feature on blues music, please listen to these "Blues File" programs and offer your response-- what you like or not, what you would like, and "basic issues" such as: do you prefer an exact fixed length or can it vary? What length do you prefer? Do you like them self-contained as they are now, or would you be happier if they need a local intro or outro? When would you air it? (it airs on WXPN Philadelphia Thursday mornings at 8:30.) Thanks! -Jonny Meister/WXPN-FM Otis Taylor calls attention to the banjo's African origins on his new album "Recapturing The Banjo"

Transcript

format:
Artist Name "Song Title"
Label Name: Album Title

Otis Taylor "Ran So Hard The Sun Went Down"
Telarc: Recapturing The Banjo

Otis Taylor "Little Liza Jane"
Telarc: Recapturing The Banjo

Otis Taylor "BowLegged"
Telarc: Recapturing The Banjo

Otis Taylor "Hey Joe"
Telarc: Recapturing The Banjo

Otis Taylor "The Way It Goes"
Telarc: Recapturing The Banjo

Otis Taylor "Walk Right In"
Telarc: Recapturing The Banjo

Otis Taylor "Simple Mind"
Telarc: Recapturing The Banjo

Otis Taylor "Ten Million Slaves"
Telarc: Recapturing The Banjo
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Timing and Cues

3:38 - self-contained. Starts with opening theme and host intro, ends with music fade after host outro.

Related Website

http://www.xpn.org/blues