Echoes ‘Cross the Tracks – History of of the Blues which helped to heal the souls of African slaves in Mississippi.

Echoes ‘Cross the Tracks (2012)
Director: Scott A. Jennison
Writers: Scott A. Jennison
Stars: Morgan Freeman, Seasick Steve
Genre: Documentary
Country: United States
Language: English
Also Known As: Echoes ‘Cross The Tracks
Release Date: 1. March 2012
Filming Location: United States

The mighty Mississippi River bleeds muddy water into an alluvial plain. Thousands of slaves were brought in from West Africa to the Mississippi Delta. Music helped them endure and the dust rose from their feet as they danced. In fact, their pain became the source of a new sound, The Blues.

„Fascinating and intimate documentary on the Delta blues/Clarksdale, Mississippi blues impact around the world. The scenes featuring Other Turner and his fife making should be labeled as historical footage and preserved in a museum. The Morgan Freeman interviews are captivating and fun. As a music lover, a lot of great live blues performances throughout the film.”
– written by „7yearplan” on

Also Known As (AKA):
(Original Title) Echoes Cross the Tracks
United Kingdom Echoes Cross the Tracks


✘ Membership –

#documentaries #art #streetart


COPYRIGHT: All of the films published by us are legally licensed. We have acquired the rights (at least for specific territories) from the rightholders by contract. If you have questions please send an email to: info[at], Amogo Networx – The AVOD Channel Network,