Beginner's Guide To The Blues, A

Paul Jones presents a six-part series exploring the blues and featuring records by or about the major legends who moulded post-war blues.

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01Muddy Waters *2002031320090519Paul Jones presents a six-part series exploring the blues and featuring records by or about the major legends who moulded post-war blues.|Paul Jones presents a profile of the blues singer and guitarist.
02John Lee Hooker *2002032020090520Paul Jones presents a profile of the blues singer and guitarist.
03B B King *2002032720090521Paul Jones presents a profile of the blues singer and guitarist.
04Bessie Smith2002040320090522Paul Jones presents a profile of the blues singer.
05Robert Johnson *2002041020090526
06 LASTLouis Jordan2002041720090527
6M01Muddy Waters And John Lee Hooker2011090320120913Paul Jones presents a six-part series exploring the blues and featuring records by or about the major legends who moulded post-war blues. Tonight he assesses the contributions of Muddy Waters and John Lee Hooker.|Paul Jones presents a six-part series exploring the blues and featuring records by or about the major legends who moulded post-war blues.|Tonight he assesses the contributions of Muddy Waters and John Lee Hooker.|Paul Jones presents a series exploring the blues.|
6M02Bb King And Bessie Smith2011090420120914Paul Jones continues his series exploring the blues and featuring records by or about the major legends who moulded post-war blues. Tonight: B B King and Bessie Smith.|Paul Jones presents a series exploring the blues.|Paul Jones continues his series exploring the blues and featuring records by or about the major legends who moulded post-war blues.|Tonight: B B King and Bessie Smith.
6M03 LASTRobert Johnson And Louis Jordan20110905Paul Jones presents a series exploring the blues.|Paul Jones continues his six-part series exploring the blues and featuring records by or about the major legends who moulded post-war blues.|Tonight he assesses the contributions of Robert Johnson and Louis Jordan.