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The Land Where the Blues Began (1979)

TV Movie | 58 min | Documentary

An exploration of the musical and social origins of the blues, shot on location in Mississippi in 1978 by Alan Lomax, John Bishop, and Worth Long in association with the Mississippi Authority for Educational Television and broadcast on PBS...See moreAn exploration of the musical and social origins of the blues, shot on location in Mississippi in 1978 by Alan Lomax, John Bishop, and Worth Long in association with the Mississippi Authority for Educational Television and broadcast on PBS in 1980. This re-release in 2009 includes two hours of additional music. Written by Bishop, John (II) See less
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John Melville Bishop (as John Bishop)
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John Melville Bishop (as John Bishop)
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Dec 1, 2009 (United States)

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8.2 / 10 | 12 votes