Broadcast on the National Public Radio program entitled Options, Washington D.C., 1978. Produced at WBFO radio, Buffalo, N.Y. Eubie Blake, interviewee and performer ; John Hunt, producer, host and interviewer ; Ed Smith, interviewer.
Interview with Eubie Blake who talks about his work, collaboration with Noble Sissle, anecdotes from his life, and more. Recordings include Kitchen Tom; He's a cousin of mine; Tricky fingers; Chevy Chase; The Brittwood rag; Broadway blues; Medley from Shuffle along (sung by Noble Sissle): Bandana days, In Honesuckle time, Gypsy, Love will find a way, I'm just wild about Harry; Memories of you.
Interview and music. Radio program. AV003521 and AV003251: same content. Undated.
A Conversation with Eubie Blake, Anacostia Community Museum Archives, Smithsonian Institution
African Americans in the performing arts
African American musicians
African American composers
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