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Movies  >>  DVD  >>  Blues

Gunsmoke Blues

Gunsmoke Blues

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One weekend in September, 1971, blues aficianado Link Wyler and his buddies from the Gunsmoke TV production crew, gave in to temptation. On production hiatus, they bolted from Hollywood to go film Muddy Waters, Big Mama Thornton, Big Joe Turner and George "Harmonica" Smith who were then barnstorming the Pacific Northwest with their bands. Available here, at the height of their careers, is an amazing document of these legendary blues artists in intimate settings performing and speaking from their collective hearts.
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