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James Blood Ulmer
JAMES BLOOD ULMER appearing in 10 shows and/or playlists

JAMES BLOOD ULMER

EPISODES OF AMERICAN ROUTES WITH JAMES BLOOD ULMER

FROM THE SHOW: EARTH AND BLOOD: JAMES BLOOD ULMER AND TRACY NELSON

From the show "Earth and Blood: James Blood Ulmer and Tracy Nelson" originally aired on June 15th, 2016

EARTH AND BLOOD: JAMES BLOOD ULMER AND TRACY NELSON

Elemental blues, jazz and country from two performers with deep roots and cosmic connections. In the '60s, young Tracy Nelson left the midwest for psychedelic San Francisco to front the R & B rock band, Mother Earth. Now deep in the Tennessee hills, she's looking back to country sounds. From South Carolina to deep space, guitarist James "Blood" Ulmer takes us on his journey from childhood gospel to free form harmolodic jazz with Ornette Coleman. Blood now brings it all to bear on a brutal, personal version of the blues.

EARTH & BLOOD: JAMES BLOOD ULMER & TRACY NELSON

Elemental blues, jazz and country from two performers with deep roots and cosmic connections. In the '60s, young Tracy Nelson left the midwest for psychedelic San Francisco to front the R & B rock band, Mother Earth. Now deep in the Tennessee hills, she's looking back to country sounds. From South Carolina to deep space, guitarist James "Blood" Ulmer takes us on his journey from childhood gospel to free form harmolodic jazz with Ornette Coleman. Blood now brings it all to bear on a brutal, personal version of the blues.

EARTH & BLOOD: JAMES BLOOD ULMER & TRACY NELSON

Elemental blues, jazz and country from two performers with deep roots and cosmic connections. In the '60s, young Tracy Nelson left the midwest for psychedelic San Francisco to front the R&B rock band Mother Earth. Now deep in the Tennessee hills, she's looking back to country sounds. From South Carolina to deep space, guitarist James "Blood" Ulmer takes us on his journey from childhood gospel to free-form harmolodic jazz with Ornette Coleman. Blood now brings it all to bear on a brutal, personal version of the blues.

EARTH & BLOOD: JAMES BLOOD ULMER & TRACY NELSON

Elemental blues, jazz and country from two performers with deep roots and cosmic connections. In the '60s, young Tracy Nelson left the midwest for psychedelic San Francisco to front the R & B rock band, Mother Earth. Now deep in the Tennessee hills, she's looking back to country sounds. From South Carolina to deep space, guitarist James "Blood" Ulmer takes us on his journey from childhood gospel to free form harmolodic jazz with Ornette Coleman. Blood now brings it all to bear on a brutal, personal version of the blues.

EARTH & BLOOD: JAMES BLOOD ULMER & TRACY NELSON

Elemental blues, jazz and country from two performers with deep roots and cosmic connections. In the '60s, young Tracy Nelson left the midwest for psychedelic San Francisco to front the R & B rock band, Mother Earth. Now deep in the Tennessee hills, she's looking back to country sounds. From South Carolina to deep space, guitarist James "Blood" Ulmer takes us on his journey from childhood gospel to free form harmolodic jazz with Ornette Coleman. Blood now brings it all to bear on a brutal, personal version of the blues.

FROM THE SHOW: JULY 4TH WITH PONDEROSA STOMP, DEL MCCOURY BAND & PRESERVATION HALL JAZZ BAND

From the show "July 4th with Ponderosa Stomp, Del McCoury Band & Preservation Hall Jazz Band" originally aired on June 30th, 2010

FROM THE SHOW: SAINTS ALIVE: AFTER THE STORM XI

From the show "Saints Alive: After the Storm XI" originally aired on August 26th, 2009

FROM THE SHOW: JULY 4TH WITH PONDEROSA STOMP, DEL MCCOURY BAND & PRESERVATION HALL JAZZ BAND

From the show "July 4th with Ponderosa Stomp, Del McCoury Band & Preservation Hall Jazz Band" originally aired on July 1st, 2009

FROM THE SHOW: SINGING AND SWINGING THE ELECTION 2008

From the show "Singing and Swinging the Election 2008" originally aired on October 29th, 2008

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