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No. 48

Winter 2002
Our Last Issue; Michael Burks, Earl King, Maria Muldaur, Harry Hypolite, The Soul Stirrers, more of The Illustrated History of the Blues, and the usual great columns and reviews from our illustrious staff, now scattered to the blue wind…
No. 47

Fall 2001
Marcia Ball, Hubert Sumlin, Trudy Lynn, Super Chikan, Jody Williams, Tutu Jones, Big Joe Williams, and a taste of Belgian photographer Jerome de Perlinghi blues photos for Liberation...
No. 46

Summer 2001
Buckwheat Zydeco, Howlin' Wolf, Chris Thomas King (you know him from the Coen Brothers' "O Brother, Where Art Thou?"), Ruby Johnson, Eddy Clearwater, South Side Slim...
No. 45

Spring 2001
Son Seals: Dues-Paying Bluesman Perseveres; Bettye Lavette, Guy Davis, Sam Lay, Johnny Burgin, Jimmie Lee Robinson, Eddie Shaw, Henry Gray and the last of the Rooster Music series.
No. 44

Winter 2001
Life-Long Legends; Honeyboy Edwards, Homesick James, Robert Lockwood Jr., Henry Townsend; Curtis Salgado, Barbara Lynn, Lonnie Brooks, Willie Kent, Dane Gillebrand, Wes Race and Rooster Music Part V!
No. 43

Fall 2000
Wild Indians Down in New Orleans; Paul Pena's Genghis Blues, the 2000 Handy Awards, Dick Waterman, T-99, Toni Lynn Washington, Jon Cleary and still more great Rooster Picks.
No. 42

Summer 2000
Smokin' Joe Kubek & Bnois King's Texas Tag Team Blues; Screamin' Jay Hawkins, Jimmy Reed, Jesse Fuller's Last Concert, Walter Trout, Asian Blues, still more great Rooster Picks.
No. 41

Spring 2000
Irma Thomas (cover); Little Milton; Debbie Davies; Little Freddie King; CeDell Davis; acoustic Chicago; Jimmie Lee and Johnnie Mae on Maxwell Street; Doug Sahm; more great Rooster Picks.
No. 40

Winter 2000
John Mooney deals with his demons; Maxwell Street Blues, Davell Crawford, Part I of Red Rooster's Rooster Music Picks and more.
No. 39

Fall 1999
The Rising Son of Muddy Waters; R.L. Burnside, Fat Possum, Howlin' Wolf, Sleepy John Estes, and more.
No. 38

Summer 1999
The elusive Snooks Eaglin; Mighty Sam McClain, Eddy Clearwater,Chris Thomas King, and filmmaker Robert Mugge and more.
No. 37

Spring 1999
B.B. King at 73; Luther Allison's Last Studio Session, Deborah Coleman, Ron Levy, Coco Robicheaux, Peter Guralnick, and more.
No. 36

Winter 1999
The Chess Story: Inside the Halls & Rooms of Recording History; Peter Green, Snooky Pryor, Jimmy Vaughan, an excerpt from Adam Gussow's book.
No. 35

Fall 1998
Blue Kids on the Block; Raeburn Flerlage in words and pictures; How Al Wilson Mentored Son House, Chris Duarte, "Louie Bluie".
No. 34

Summer 1998
Bobby Rush One-on-One; Honeyboy Edwards; Leni Sinclair's classic Ann Arbor Festival photos; Dave Specter.
No. 33

Spring 1998
Mose Allison: The "Young Man" at 70; Big Joe Williams, Sam Myers, Robert Palmer, Ted Hawkins, Twist Turner at the Delta Fish Market.
No. 32

Winter 1998
Road Warriors: The Holmes Brothers; Clara McDaniel; Lonnie Johnson; the Jazz-Blues Connection.
No. 31

Fall 1997
Sonny Boy II (cover art by Francis X. Pavy); Paul Butterfield finale; tribute to Luther and Johnny; Gary Primich; Israeli blues; Chris Cain.
No. 30

Summer 1997
The Neals, Baton Rouge's first family of the blues; Delmark's Bob Koester, 40 years blue; Wild Women of the Blues: the photos of David Horwitz.
No. 29

Spring 1997
Part four of Tom Ellis' bio of Paul Butterfield; King Ernest's second chance; RIP Johhny Heartsman; stunning blues pix from Stephen Green.
No. 28

Winter 1997
An interview with Charlie Musselwhite, Mississippi through the lens of David Stevens, William Clarke, and Fat Possum Records' rocky road.
No. 27

Fall 1996
Paul Butterfield: Part III of Tom Ellis' exceptional series; Frank Frost and Sam Carr; some great onstage photos by Joe Rosen; W.C. Clark.
No. 26

Summer 1996
black cat bone: A killer short story by David Fulmer. Taj Mahal's Hindustani Blues; Brownie McGhee's lost interview; Stan Lewis, the original record man; Johnny Copeland's longest wait.
No. 25

Spring 1996
Luther Allison: The Prodigal Triumphant. Cover art by David Horwitz; Paul Butterfield, the glory years; Big Al Dupree; Blues on the web; Dr. Buzz; B.B. King's electronic tour bus.
No. 24

Winter 1996
Eye on Louisiana: The riveting photos of Michael Smith, Ironing Board Sam, Sonny Landreth, Roomful of Blues and Niche Busters who stretch the boundaries of the blues.


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