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Endnotes for The Schwartz-Fox Blues Crusade’s "Sunday Morning Revival"


ii Georgia White. “The Blues Ain’t Nothin’ But...???” By G. White and J.M. Williams. Decca Records, Inc.: New York, 1938.

vi Gordon, Robert. (2002). Can’t Be Satisfied: The Life and Times of Muddy Waters. London: Pimlico. P. 221. viii Harris, C. (2015, May 10).

xi “Woman, Ex-Teacher Held In Dope Raids” (1967, November 3). The Plain Dealer, p. 8.
xii Banks, Kenneth E. Jr. “Fugitive Cleveland Hippie Seeks Renaissance Man”. (1968, January 21). The Plain Dealer, p. 21.

xiv Scott, Jane. “FEEDBACK – from you”. (1967, May 5). The Plain Dealer. p. 21.
xv Halasa, Joyce. (1991, November 7). “Mr. Stress Blues Band Part I: The Beginning of 25 Years of The Blues.” Scene, p. 8.
xvi Ibid.
xvii Stainer, Harry. “Coffee House Is Ordered Closed”. (1966, December 21). The Plain Dealer. p. 9.
xviii “Bookseller Jailed After Police Raid” (1966, December 2). The Plain Dealer. p. 3.
xix Ibid.
xx Ibid.
xxi Maeroff, Gene I. “89-Cent-a-Day Poet Raps Filth Charge” (1967, January 11). The Plain Dealer. pg. 11.
xxii Ibid.
xxiii “D.A. Levy Faces New Charges”. (1967, March 29). The Plain Dealer. p. 11.
xxiv Feagler, Dick. “Police: You’re A Criminal. Levy: I’m Civilizing Planet” (1967, March 30). Cleveland Press. Retrieved from: http://images.ulib.csuohio.edu/cdm/search/field/identi/searchterm/19670330b.pdf
xxv Halasa, p. 8.
xxvi Ibid.
xxvii Ibid.
xxviii Stevenson. p. 56-57.
xxix Ibid.
xxx Stevenson. p. 55.
xxxi Halasa, p.8.
xxxii “Joyful Wisdom Interview With Dave Griggs” (1968, November). The Buddhist Third Class Junkmail Oracle, p. 6.

i Fulldefinition2ofCrusade.(n.d.).RetrievedMarch1,2016,fromMerriam-WebsterDictionarywebsite: http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/crusade

iii Segrest, James and Mark Hoffman. (2005) Moanin’ At Midnight: The Life and Times of Howlin’ Wolf (Revised ed.) New York: Thunder’s Mouth Press. p. 231.
iv Harris,C.(2015,May10).“CanWhitePeoplePlaytheBlues?”RetrievedMarch1,2016,fromBluesisBlack music! website: http://bluesisblackmusic.blogspot.com/2015/05/can-white-people-play-blues.html

v “JohnnyWinterInCleveland”.(1969,August).TheBuddhistThirdClassJunkmailOracle,p.11.

vii Wasserzieher, B. (2008). The Return of Jeremy Spencer. Retrieved March 1, 2016, from Blues Revue Extra website (archived): http://web.archive.org/web/20080303120321/http://www.bluesrevue.com/jeremyspencer.html

ix Murray, Charles Shaar. (1989). Crosstown Traffic: Jimi Hendrix and the Post-War Rock ‘n’ Roll Revolution. New York: St. Martin’s Press. p. 129.
x Cohodas, Nadin. (2000). Spinning Blues Into Gold: The Chess Brothers and the Legendary Chess Records. New York: St. Martin’s Press. p. 244.

xiii Stevenson, Jeff C. (2015). Fortney Road: Life, Death, and Deception in a Christian Cult. Minneapolis-St. Paul: Freethought House. P. 54.

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