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The Bluegrass Reader

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This is a guide to bluegrass music that traces the development of this musical genre, since its origin in Anglo-American folk tradition. Featuring writers such as Marty Stuart, David Gates, and Hunter Thompson, the selection includes classics in the history of writing about bluegrass.
Paperback, 376 pages
Published February 22nd 2006 by University of Illinois Press (first published April 28th 2004)
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It was good but not outstanding. The book is a gathering of magazine articles and interviews. Some of them are fluff, others are outstanding. It's a mixed bag.
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