In 1991, Matthew Johnson was an on-and-off college student who in his spare time wrote record reviews for Living Blues magazine. Johnson liked the raw, primitive sound of rural Mississippi blues, but was disappointed that so little of it was being committed to record; after discovering a juke joint in Holly Springs, MS, where proprietor Junior Kimbrough and his friend R.L. Burnside played, Johnson decided the music should be committed to tape. Johnson started Fat Possum Records, and began recording deep Southern blues artists such as Kimbrough, Burnside, T-Model Ford, Cedell Davis, and Johnny Farmer. The film includes interviews with Iggy Pop, Bono, and The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion.
Join KRCL at MovieGrille in Ogden, May 13th for this special screening of “You See Me Laughin’.”
- Tickets go on-sale at 6pm
- Showtimes are at 7pm & 9pm
- Ticket prices are $7 dollars or buy one get one
with your KRCL Membercard.
click here to view the trailer
KRCL’s Good Morning Show is searching for our listener’s most essential albums for a new daily feature called Desert Island Picks. Every weekday at 10:20 am, we will feature an “essential” album suggested by a listener. What albums can you not live without?
Send your Desert Island Picks to firstname.lastname@example.org,
or post it to The Good Morning Show on KRCL’s Facebook page.
Messages in a bottle always accepted.