Corey Harris' new album is titled Fulton Blues.
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February 24, 2013 The Richmond, Va., neighborhood of Fulton was once home to a large number of the city's middle class African-American families. But by the 1960s, it had fallen on hard times. A new album by bluesman Corey Harris pays tribute to the Southern neighborhood with a haunted past.
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September 3, 2003 Corey Harris believes that the blues are a blueprint for a kind of music that can reach around the world. Join NPR's Neal Conan and Corey Harris as we inaugurate an official Year of the Blues. Guest: Corey Harris *Blues artist *Appears in Martin Scorsese's blues documentary Feel Like Going Home, part of "The Blues" series that premieres on PBS Sept. 28 Bruce Iglauer *President and founder of Alligator Records
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August 5, 2002 Music Critic Milo Miles reviews Downhome Sophisticate the new CD by Corey Harris.
May 17, 2002 Host Steve Inskeep talks to musician Corey Harris about his "diaspora rock." On the singer's latest album he composes music influenced by Africans around the world — from the Caribbean and the American South to the hip hop clubs of Washington, D.C. Learn more about Corey Harris.
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