Back in the summer of 1994, every so often, college radio stations played a song that sounded old but also kind of new. It started with a drumbeat, followed by a guitar and bass riff. Then came a voice. A lazy drawl somewhere between rap and song. This was the era before Shazam and even the internet, really. It didn't take detective skills to figure the song was called "Blues Music," since those were the two words uttered most often. But it took an eternity before tuning in at that exact moment when a DJ... More >>>