Way Down That Lonesome Road: Lonnie Johnson in Toronto, 1965-1970 (pdf e-book)

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"Mark Miller is probably the finest author of jazz books that this country has ever produced." - Jim Galloway, Wholenote Toronto was Lonnie Johnson’s last stop in a career of stops, at least the eighth city in which he lived for any length of time. The influential African-American singer and guitarist, a formative figure in the history of blues and jazz dating back to the 1920s, travelled north for a brief appearance at the New Gate of Cleve in May 1965 and returned for a longer engagement at the Penny Farthing in June. Over the next five years — the last five years of his life — he rarely left the city again. Way Down that Lonesome Road: Lonnie Johnson in Toronto, 1965-1970, the tenth book from noted Canadian jazz historian Mark Miller, reclaims Johnson from the realm of legend and brings him back to life. "My friend Mark Miller is a dauntless researcher and writer, and his 10 jazz books are accurate and valuable additions to anyone's... More > library." - Ted O'Reilly, organissimo< Less
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January 10, 2012
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