Coen Bros: Inside Llewyn Davis part 2 by Todd Alcott (spoilers abound)
Presumbaly Alcott is referring to this Book Review Essay from 2004 that notes:
Johnson himself, when Wald analyzed his recordings, was at least as concerned to quote and rework the jukebox hits of his day as to up the ante on weirder characters like Skip James… blues emerges as a variant of show business: performers worked different circuits, from vaudeville to tent shows, stealing moves and sounds to make sure that audiences got what they wanted to hear.
I Read You Loud and Clear
- Elderly Woman (in a loud voice):
- You look just like the author
- Kevin Baker:
- Yes, I get that all the time.
don’t let the door hit you on the way out.