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Steve Cheseborough's book took on a magical quality as it guided us through some of the most rural back-roads of the Mississippi Delta. My son and I spent a week in the Delta seeking out the origins of the great American Music Revolution that spawned Rock & Roll, Rhythm & Blues, Soul, Funk, modern Jazz and modern Country music. I challenge anyone to try and locate the graves of Mississippi John Hurt and Sonny Boy Williamson II or even Poor Monkey's Jook Joint, without this book. The book is both accurate and informative and you should not even consider this trip without it.
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