Feel Like Being Home





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Uploaded on Feb 10, 2009

The Quavering Ones is happy to share this take out from "Feel Like Going Home", a documentary (from the Martin Scorsese's ...Presents The Blues series), that investigate the african roots concealed behind the traditional american blues. Blues artist Corey Harris traveling from the American South to West Africa and back again, deliver us a remarkable collection that spotlights the past, present, and future of this historically important musical genre.
In this excerpt the african-american blues Artist interview the Legendary african bluesman Ali Farka Toure, who go back in time and retrace the historical connection and the common spiritual approach that characterise and tie together the two cultures.
The fine soundtrack through original performances (including Willie King, Taj Mahal, Otha Turner) and rare archival footage that knocks the dust off of the blues and exposes its vital and creative center. Highlights include the wild and eerie sound of Othar Turner and Napoleon Strickland's fife and drum ensembles and the up-to-the-minute trance-inducing blues of Willie King & the Liberators. On "Terrorized," King sings: "You talk about terror/I've been terrorized all my life.

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