Zuzu and Marchel, Together Again

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We are now taking your requests: A Friend of Unfair Park who would like to see more blues and jazz coverage in the paper also asks me to post the following video of Marchel Ivery performing in 1990 with Dallas' late blues great Zuzu Bollin at the original Poor David's Pub, during the Benson & Hedges Blues Festival. (Ivery, incidentally, can be heard on Bollin's 1989 Dallas Blues Society release Texas Bluesman, which is still available for $20 -- a steal.) So, it's our pleasure to post. Oh, and lines are now open. Lemme hear from ya. --Robert Wilonsky

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