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LOGGER'S SHEET SI-FP-1987-CT-215 LOGGER: Greg Wood REEL NUMBER: 4A STAGE: Michigan Music DATE: 6-24-87 PRESENTOR: Horace Boyer GROUP NAME: I Eddie "Guitar" Burns II Isaiah Ross REGION/STYLE: Michigan Blues (Detroit/Flint) | PERFORMER(S) | INSTRUMENT/OCCUPATION | | I. Eddie Burns | guitar | | II. Isaiah Ross "the Harmonica Boss" | one-man band (harmonica, guitar, drums) | CONTENTS 1. Introduction: Horace Boyer - historical sketch of blues development 2. "Crawlin' King Snake" 3. "I've Got the Key to the Highway" (title? These are the first words) 4. "My Chauffeur" 5. "Just Nineteen Years Old" I 6. "[[strikethrough]] Another mul [[/strikethrough]] "Got Me Dizzy" [[line]] II 7. commentary: southern Blues translated to midwest Blues; motown = mixture of blues, jazz, church, rock 'n' roll traditions Introduction to Isaiah Ross by H. Boyer 8. "Good Morning Little Schoolgirl" (featuring harmonica) 9. "Lay Down Dreaming" (harmonica) 10. "Blues in the Night" (harmonica) 11. "Chicago Breakdown" (with guitar and harmonica) 12. 13. Next page *
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