Professor Brown Shoes Teaches the Blues David Mutti Clark

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Professor Brown Shoes Teaches the Blues  by  David Mutti Clark

Professor Brown Shoes Teaches the Blues by David Mutti Clark
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Professor Browns Shoes, Purveyor of the Blues, is an ancient black man who teaches piano. He whispers to his students, . . . listen for the melody, that tune way deep inside. The Professor is mythical and magical- he represents the bluesmen whoMoreProfessor Browns Shoes, Purveyor of the Blues, is an ancient black man who teaches piano. He whispers to his students, . . . listen for the melody, that tune way deep inside.

The Professor is mythical and magical- he represents the bluesmen who came before rock and roll, the ones who enriched our musical heritage and died in the poor house.As a modern-day griot, as a troubadour for troubled times, Professor Brown Shoes travels a circuit in the West, teaching the blues. In a small, white Idaho town, he meets a suicidal man, Robert Workman, who cant shake his funk. Robert has never recovered from that fateful day when he was downsized- the day he lost his wife, his daughter, his home, and his job in California.

Robert relocated to Idaho to work for a government laboratory. He thought hed be able to return home in a year. But he never did. Its been ten years. So he thinks he might as well kill the pain by killing himself. Robert makes a final, desperate cry for help and meets Professor Brown Shoes.

With the helps of the Professor, Robert attempts to regain his life.



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