Drifting Slim Drifting Slim
Introducing our major series on the Modern Records downhome blues sessions, these vibrant and historic juke joint recordings were made by Joe Bihari and Ike Turner in deep South locations between late 1951 and early 1952. by John Broven If the Coen brothers are looking for a follow-up to their phenomenally successful film, O Brother, Where Art Thou? then they need look no further than the story behind Modern Downhome blues field sessions of the early 1950s. The location would still be the Deep South, and so would the allusion to Homer's epic, 'The Odyssey'.

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