This film was last shown on 24 July 2016
James Carroll Booker III was born in Charity Hospital in 1939 and he
died there in 1983. In between, Booker’s life was an odyssey of brilliance and self-sabotage,
a perfect-pitch voice saddled with broken dentures. He was an R&B child
prodigy, a Dew Drop Inn stuffer, an open homosexual, a magnificent wordsmith
and interpreter, a life-changing blessing and train wreck for countless friends
and associates. Technically, his work confounds classification but continues to
fascinate fellow musicians. If there were a New Orleans piano player Mt. Rushmore,
be on it.
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