Differences Between Blues And Country Music

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The chapter Blues and country music, starts off by pointing out the differences between jazz and country music. Although despite the differences between them, they are both intertwined. The connection being the blues, and how different artists took a different approach, The author continues on with explanations and examples of artists. Blues and country music, even though it was looked at with segregation, the two were intertwined. Country created artists that influenced, and spawned imitators both black and white. Blues gained its popularity by being both modern and southern. Recording companies, all with different agendas, had a tendency to create an image of the separation of blacks and whites. Its an undeniable fact that segregation

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