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  • A city in northeastern Illinois, on Lake Michigan; pop. 2,896,016. Chicago developed during the 19th century as a major grain market and food-processing center
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A CHICAGO UN HARMONICA SANGLOTE LE BLUES (THE BLUES COLLECTION VOL2) (French Edition)
A CHICAGO UN HARMONICA SANGLOTE LE BLUES (THE BLUES COLLECTION VOL2) (French Edition)
A Chicago un harmonica snaglote le blues est la suite de Catfish blues. Le jeune Amos ,qui n'a plus qu'un vague souvenir de son Mississippi natal, vit a Chicago avec son pere alcoolique depuis que sa mere est morte peu apres leur arrivee dans le Nord. Amos vend des journaux a la criee mais reve de devenir un grand harmoniciste comme Slender Bill, le roi vieillissant du Chicago blues de ces annees 1947-48. Grace au cousin Steve qui est de tous les trafics du ghetto, Amos a l'occasion de penetrer dans le monde du Chicago blues. Il rencontre Catfish, un musicien qui commence a compter, et il reussit aussi a attendrir Slender Bill et sa femme qui le prennent sous leur aile protectrice.
Mais les chemins de la gloire sont tortueux: Slender Bill qui n'a plus les faveurs que des auditrices agees est un bon professeur mais est-il l'avenir d'Amos? Lorsque les freres Silverberg qui sont passes d'un ghetto a l'autre en emigrant d'Europe Centrale en Amerique decident de lancer un nouveau label de blues aux dents longues, ils choisissent de faire la promotion de Catfish qui, justement, cherche un jeune harmoniciste. 184 pages.

"A Chicago, un harmonica sanglote le blues" est en partie la suite de "Catfish blues". Il n'est pas seulement un autre roman sur le blues. Gerard Herzhaft decrit les personnages, les dialogues, les situations du Chicago blues tel qu'il a ete avec des mots bleus qui ont la couleur, la saveur et la consistance des blue notes.

A Chicago un harmonica snaglote le blues est la suite de Catfish blues. Le jeune Amos ,qui n'a plus qu'un vague souvenir de son Mississippi natal, vit a Chicago avec son pere alcoolique depuis que sa mere est morte peu apres leur arrivee dans le Nord. Amos vend des journaux a la criee mais reve de devenir un grand harmoniciste comme Slender Bill, le roi vieillissant du Chicago blues de ces annees 1947-48. Grace au cousin Steve qui est de tous les trafics du ghetto, Amos a l'occasion de penetrer dans le monde du Chicago blues. Il rencontre Catfish, un musicien qui commence a compter, et il reussit aussi a attendrir Slender Bill et sa femme qui le prennent sous leur aile protectrice.
Mais les chemins de la gloire sont tortueux: Slender Bill qui n'a plus les faveurs que des auditrices agees est un bon professeur mais est-il l'avenir d'Amos? Lorsque les freres Silverberg qui sont passes d'un ghetto a l'autre en emigrant d'Europe Centrale en Amerique decident de lancer un nouveau label de blues aux dents longues, ils choisissent de faire la promotion de Catfish qui, justement, cherche un jeune harmoniciste. 184 pages.

"A Chicago, un harmonica sanglote le blues" est en partie la suite de "Catfish blues". Il n'est pas seulement un autre roman sur le blues. Gerard Herzhaft decrit les personnages, les dialogues, les situations du Chicago blues tel qu'il a ete avec des mots bleus qui ont la couleur, la saveur et la consistance des blue notes.

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Gibson CMI SG212 Amp 1974 Front
Gibson CMI SG212 Amp 1974 Front
The SG212's were generaly made in 1974 by CMI (Chicago Musical Instruments) in El Monte California. Although there is no actual ref to the Gibson name on this amp, both CMI and Gibson were owned by the Norlin company in 1974. Today Gibson holds the documentation for these amps. The amp is a HYBRID ie both tubes and trasistors are utilised. Tubes are used in th phase splitter and final output. Tubes used are a 12ax7 and two 6139's pushing 100watts into two 12inch speakers.
De Motte Bros. Music & Musical Instruments
De Motte Bros. Music & Musical Instruments
"Music & Musical Instruments, De Motte Bros., 91 Washington St., Chicago, Ill. A full assortment of new music constantly on hand, together with a large and entirely new stock of instruments. Sole agents for Weber's celebrated piano fortes. A. Huyler De Motte. Thos. G. De Motte."

chicago musical instruments
chicago musical instruments
The Right Place, The Right Time!: Tales of Chicago Symphony Days
From Yakima, Washington, to the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Donald Peck's journey as a flutist has been extraordinary. Here, Peck offers an insider's view of the inner workings of one of the most prestigious orchestras in the country. Peck, like many artists, did not select his path voluntarily, but rather let fate lead him to a career in music. In 1957, he secured a seat with the orchestra as a flutist. Beginning in 1958, Peck garnered the title of principal which he kept until his retirement in 1999.
A memoir filled with stories about life on the road, making recordings, and working with the best musicians and singers in the business, The Right Place,The Right Time! is a joy for anyone interested in the life of a dedicated, devoted, and talented artist.

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