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America's Blues (2015)

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Genres:
Documentary | History
Quality:
1080p
Size:
1.33 GB
Runtime:
83 min
Language:
English
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IMDB Rating:
8.5
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3205
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Directors: Patrick Branson,


Movie Description:
America's Blues is a feature length documentary that explores the tremendous impact that Blues Music has had on our society, popular culture, and the entertainment industry. This film not only honors Blues Music and Musicians by showing how it has impacted every form of popular American Music, but also the influence it has had on art, literature, film, fashion, sexuality and more. Through interviews with musicians, historians, professionals and activists, a compelling story of the music's significant historical contribution unfolds. If music were a color, it would be Blue!

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