Hellhound on My Trail: The Life and Legend of Robert Johnson

Stephen Calt

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Darren and his bands went on to open for the likes of Larry Carlton, Grover Washington, Jr., Tower of Power, Tom Grant, Stanley Jordan, Ce Ce Penniston, Ray Charles, Denise Williams, Paul Taylor, Keiko Matsui and Boney James. In his lifetime, the most successful of his operas, large or small, was the half-hour Le pauvre matelot (The Poor Sailor, 1927, in version for both full orchestra and a reduced instrumental ensemble), to a Cocteau text, that mixes the music-hall with sea shanties (including Blow the man down as the wife kills her sailor husband).

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Publisher: Grove Pr (October 2001)

ISBN: 0802116930

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