Music critic Robert Palmer narrates the insightful story of Delta blues and North Mississippi hill country blues.

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Robert Palmer ...
Himself
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Himself
Abraham Schwab ...
Himself - A. Schwab's Dry Goods Store
Booker T. Laury
R.L. Burnside
Jessie Mae Hemphill ...
Herself - Jessie Mae's Fife and Drum Band
Abe Young ...
Himself - Jessie Mae's Fife and Drum Band
Napoleon Strickland ...
Himself - Jessie Mae's Fife and Drum Band
Junior Kimbrough ...
Himself - guitar
Joe Ayers ...
Himself - Junior Kimbrough's band
Calvin Jackson ...
Himself - Junior Kimbrough's band
Roosevelt Barnes
Frank Self ...
Himself - Greenville, TN mayor
Wade Walton ...
Himself
Big Jack Johnson
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Music critic Robert Palmer narrates the insightful story of Delta blues and North Mississippi hill country blues.

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A Musical Pilgrimage to The Crossroads

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21 June 1995 (France)  »

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Great !
20 January 2001 | by (Cap-de-la-Madeleine, Canada) – See all my reviews

This warm 90 minutes documentary shows us unknown blues musicians from Mississippi. They play everywhere : on the streets, in dirty little bars, in a barber shop, in big clubs. The film really captures the true faces of blues and shows us that this music had nothing to do with nostalgia or record company hypes. All the performers are absolutely great! One, Big Jack Johnson, have since strats a career of recording artist. He's very intense, like most of these great folks. Superb!


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