History of British Blues

Further Research into British Blues

Here are a series of Articles/eBooks/eJournals relating to the History of British Blues. To access the material the reader is refered to the appropriate source organisation where abstracts and/or the full article may be obtained. The organisations currently referenced are:


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‘Feelin Bad This Morning: Why the British Blues’ by Dave Allen

Popular Music Vol. 26, No. 1,
Special Issue on the Blues in Honour of Paul Oliver (Jan., 2007), pp. 141-156
Published by: Cambridge University Press
Source: JSTOR

‘”I’m a Monkey”: The Influence of the Black American Blues Argot on the Rolling Stones ‘ by John M. Hellmann, Jr.

The Journal of American Folklore
Vol. 86, No. 342 (Oct. – Dec., 1973), pp. 367-373
Published by: American Folklore Society
Source: JSTOR

‘Introduction: Not Necessarily “English Music”: Britain’s Second “Golden Age”‘ by Nicolas Collins

Leonardo Music Journal
Vol. 11, Not Necessarily “English Music”: Britain’s Second Golden Age (2001), pp. 1-3
Published by: The MIT Press
Source: JSTOR


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