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Chicago Blues (1970)

 -  Documentary  -  1972 (USA)
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CHICAGO BLUES (1972, 59 mins, 16mm, color) explores the hard lives of bluesmen in the Windy City narrated by an insightful and incendiary commentary from comedian turned political activist ... See full summary »

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CHICAGO BLUES (1972, 59 mins, 16mm, color) explores the hard lives of bluesmen in the Windy City narrated by an insightful and incendiary commentary from comedian turned political activist Dick Gregory. CHICAGO BLUES is a riveting and beautiful document of a generation of great musicians trying to make a living in a racially divided America. Written by Mark Rance

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