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Join us as we aim the spotlight on the legendary field recordings of David Evans. An intrepid researcher, most of what he captured in the mid 60s and early 70s are fascinating documents of a time and place that otherwise might’ve been lost to history. It’s the field recordings of David Evans, on this episode of Blues Unlimited.

Pictured: Napoleon Strickland playing the fife while Othar Turner dances. Near Senatobia, Mississippi, 1970. Photo by David Evans. Background: Some of the LPs featuring field recordings made by David Evans. Courtesy of Stefan Wirz's American Music.

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