SP29 Brother John

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Show notes:

Blues music originated in the difficult social conditions that poor people spent their lives in from the earliest times in the USA. Most musicians attracted to the blues also have a well-developed sense of social justice but my guest this week, Brother John from The Blues Preachers, has more than many. It unashamedly informs the music he creates.

A keen student of the history of music and an observer of the social issues facing us all today, he addresses these from a firm spiritual base and the results make compelling listening in this podcast.

Tweetables:

“We’re all on this train together and we’ve got to stop turfing people off because they’re different”

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“It starts on an inner level by owning your own shadow”

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“When we let go of that fear that’s when we find God”

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