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Satan and Adam - New York profile (WNYC-TV, 1992)




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Published on Mar 10, 2007

Produced and directed by Patricia Zur, first appearing on WNYC-TV in New York, this video portrait shows Sterling Magee (Mister Satan) on the streets of Harlem, at work in Dan Lynch on 10th (a short-lived NY bar) with harmonica player Adam Gussow, and in Bobby Robinson's "Happy House Records," a Harlem institution, where Sterling tells the story of learning the blues from a bird down in Mississippi.

Also here: priceless footage of Sterling at home in his Harlem apartment, talking about what the blues are (and aren't) and demonstrating his unique "three-octave sound" on acoustic guitar.


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