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"The one think I miss most in the Blues of today, is the feel. That is the one thing, you cannot learn. It MUST be experienced."
Daryl Davis: Ulysses of Blues
The son of a Foreign Service officer, Daryl Davis is a native of Chicago, but was raised in Europe and Africa. He earned a bachelor of music degree from Howard University, where he was a member of the Howard University Choir and Jazz Voca…
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