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. But on the whole he was playing the blues for me. Did you feel like he was covering black music the way a Pat Boone was or did he really have some of his own feeling? I think that was his own feeling, feeling to his music than artists that put it out. I think this was his own feeling, believe me. How did you feel about the white cover versions of other songs like things that Pat Boone would do, name is Johnnie Johnson and former Chuck Berry's piano player and quite a few other, Larry Kane, whatever. Now I'm out on my own. Hope to be successful as I was playing with them. Thank you for that. Tell me about
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Interview with Johnnie Johnson [Part 2 of 3]
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Rock and Roll / Renegades
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On the first day of school host Barbara Barrow visits the students and faculty of the William Monroe Trotter School in Roxbury's District 9 to explore the intent of Judge Garrity's altered desegregation plan.
Date Created
10/15/1976
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Video
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Say Brother / Modification of Phase Two : What Does It Really Mean ?
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10/15/1976
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Say Brother / Modification of Phase Two : What Does It Really Mean ?
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Date Created
08/03/1979
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Say Brother / Solar Visions
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Excerpt from the band Solar Visions performing live in Say Brother studio.
Date Created
08/03/1979
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Video
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Say Brother / Solar Visions
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Date Created
08/23/1976
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Say Brother / Dream Deferred, A
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How the tranquility of Buddhist sculpture masked an artistic struggle for equality with imported culture from China is explained by Russell Connor.
Date Created
5/31/1965
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Museum Open House / Japanese Temple Sculpture
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Russell Connor tours the Museum of Fine Arts, where some of Toulouse-Lautrec’s most brilliant prints and posters are on display.
Date Created
11/16/1964
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Video
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Museum Open House / Lautrec in Paris
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Program hosted by Russell Connor of Boston's Museum of Fine Arts. Each half hour program was devoted to a period of artists and showed works of art with Connor giving the background on the works. In this episode, Connor focuses on Japanese Ukiyo-e Prints.
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Museum Open House / Made in Japan: Ukiyo-e Prints
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Russell Connor explores the importance of time in the creation of a painting, both for the artist and for the man who looks at the completed work.
Date Created
11/2/1964
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Video
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Museum Open House / Of Time and The Artist