The intimate story of one man's journey through blues music to spiritual redemption. Richard Trice was one of the last survivors of the heyday of the blues in Durham, North Carolina in the 1930s. Through his memory and the memory of others, a world of African American music, family, and blues playing emerges. The film celebrates the Piedmont blues and the moving story of Trice's attempt to look back and give meaning to his life.
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