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January 14, 2009 Midway through "Booker," Milton lets pianist Frank Campbell step in and bring the essence of New Orleans legend James Booker to the proceedings. Campbell's interlude captures the sweet side of Booker's syncopated style, while demonstrating how men like Booker used their music to drive the blues away.
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