A father and son take a road trip along Highway 61--the legendary road of the blues--and through some of the most musically fertile and diverse landscapes in America. 10 photos.A father and son take a road trip along Highway 61--the legendary road of the blues--and through some of the most musically fertile and diverse landscapes in America. 10 photos.Read Less
Very Good in Fine jacket. Book. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. First printing. Lt. shelf wear. Pages fine. Dj lt. edge wear. Along with his son Graham, William McKeen traveled across America visiting places that interested them (including Bob Dylan's home town and the best juke box in the country). McKeen's observations on the journey range from a summary of Mark Twain's life to an awareness of the persistence of racial tensions in contemporary America. 281 pages. Few bookstore marks.
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