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It embraces a wide range of guitar and musical styles including folk, the songster traddition, slide, fingerpicking, ragtime, and all of the myriad regional strains (Chicago, Delta, Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas, Piedmont, etc.) that thrived in the early days of the music's gestation. Lage has a new trio album called "Arclight." It has a lighter, more subtle sound that is more restrained than bebop. They would soon prefer a night in front of the black-and-white television set to a night dancing to black or white Swing bands.

Pages: 224

Publisher: University Press of Mississippi; 1 edition (March 19, 2014)

ISBN: 1617039918

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