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Blues Music Award and Living Blues Award winner. A week-long road-trip through the birthplace of the blues, M for Mississippi follows a handful of music fanatics on the road as they capture the proverbial 'real deal' in its home where it is most comfortable and authentic - the juke joints, house parties, front yards and cotton fields of the Mississippi Delta. More than just a collection of concert performances, M for Mississippi collects the sounds, the images and the feel of both the performers and their native landscape. Features a dozen artists like T-Model Ford, Duck Holmes and more. NTSC all region, widescreen. 94 minutes plus bonus features including deleted & extended scenes, artist/filmmaker biographies, the original trailer, and 'behind-the-scenes' footage. Two CDs of the music from the film (and extra material) are also available.
Easily one of the best documentary films made about the blues in years. --Blues & Rhythm Magazine
M for Mississippi has to rank high among the most important blues events of [the year]. --Living Blues
A documentary that is realistic in how a real blues musician lives...not very glamorous. Contains good music and I recommend for the hardcore blues aficionado.Published 21 months ago by Sticksmagoo
Miss. may be the home of the blues, but I traveled up and down the Delta for a few weeks in 2000 and saw mainly a series of ghost towns. Read morePublished on June 20, 2011 by Amazon Customer