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by Jon Michael Spencer
Author: Jon Michael Spencer
Publisher: Univ Tennessee Press; 1 edition (April 30, 1993)
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The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion was an American rock band from New York City, formed in 1991. The group consisted of Judah Bauer on guitar, backing vocals, harmonica and occasional lead vocals, Russell Simins on drums and Jon Spencer on vocals, guitar and theremin.
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'This book functions like the blues to which it introduces us: as a wake-up call to the cries of lament that stir in the hearts of people all around us. In this informative, moving, and convicting book, Gary Burnett reminds us that the gospel comes as a divine promise of justice and peace in answer to those cries. 'Gary Burnett's office is shelved with theological books, guitars fill the floor, and the drawers are crammed with CDs. In The Gospel According to the Blues, Gary brings his vocation as a New Testament teacher together with his passion for the blues and gives the reader scholarly knowledge and wise insight.
Spencer, Jon Michael. University of Tennessee Press.
Robert Sacre (Liege: Belgium, 1996), 47; Jon Michael Spencer, Blues and Evil (Chattanooga: University of Tennessee Press, 1993)
Robert Sacre (Liege: Belgium, 1996), 47; Jon Michael Spencer, Blues and Evil (Chattanooga: University of Tennessee Press, 1993). 6. Brian Ward, Just My Soul Responding: Rhythm and Blues, Black Consciousness and Race Relations (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1998), 4. 7. Andrew Kellett uses Edward Said’s concept of affiliation to describe the sense of associa- tion young disillusioned Brits felt with the world of the blues to compensate for the sterile nature.