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The Librarian and The Banjo now streaming at Amazon

Tuesday, March 3, 2015

For the price of a decent cup of coffee, you can now watch the acclaimed documentary, The Librarian and The Banjo, in the comfort of your home.

Amazon Video Stream now offers the film for rent ($1.99) or purchase ($10). This is the 57-minute feature.

The full DVD, with extra chapters on banjo history and research, is available at www.jimcarrier.com/librarian.

 

 

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www.jimcarrier.com
Playing Since: 1971
Experience Level: Purty Good

Interests:
[Jamming] [Socializing]

Occupation: writer/filmmaker

Gender: Male
My Instruments:
Stelling Bellflower. No. 34, August 29, 1975
Handmade by Geoff Stelling -- neck by Greg Deering -- for a banjo contest.

Favorite Bands/Musicians:
J.D. Crowe and the New South, Bill Emerson, Sammy Shelor.

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Duelin' Banjos got me going - in Connecticut. Played in various bands/jams as I moved to South Dakota, Minnesota, Colorado, Alabama, New Orleans (28 days before Katrina), Wisconsin and now Vermont. I produced the documentary, THE LIBRARIAN AND THE BANJO, about Dena Epstein, the music librarian who "wrote the book" on slave music. She proved, beyond doubt, that the banjo was originated by African slaves.

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