Ann Arbor Blues & Jazz Festival 1974 AOR 4.199 Event Poster w/James Brown
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Original 1st printing 16&3/4 x 21&3/4" concert/event poster for the 1974 Ann Arbor Blues & Jazz Festival (*"In Exile"), held at Griffin Hollow Amphitheater on the campus of St. Clair College in Windsor, Ontario (Canada) from 9/6-8/1974.
The lineup included: the James Brown Revue, Sun Ra & His Arkestra, the Persuasions, John Nicholas Blues All-Stars with Hubert Sumlin and S.P. Leary (9/6), "New Jazz of Detroit", with Charles Moore's Shattering Effect, Lyman Woodard Organization, Eddie Nucilli Big Band, Kenn Cox and Mixed Bag (9/7, afternoon),Luther Allison, the Cecil Taylor Unit, Jimmy Dawkins Blues Band, Hound Dog Taylor & the Houserockers and Ursula Walker (9/7, evening), "Detroit Blues" with John Lee Hooker, Juniopr Walker & the All-Stars, Johnnie Mae Matthews, Boogie-Woogie Red, Little Junior Cannady, One String Sam (9/8, afternoon) and B.B. King, the Gil Evans Orchestra, Albert Collins, Sunnyland Slim & the Blue Spirit Band and Robert Junior Lockwood (9/8, evening).
Design by Gary Kell (Rainbow Graphics), image is featured in the Art of Rock on page 397 (plate 4.199).
Medium glossy stock poster is in near mint to excellent (A-/B+ to B+) condition; aside from a few stray tiny edge dings scattered around the outer margin area and a couple of minor handling dings here and there, it is a GREAT-looking example of the '74 Ann Arbor Blues & Jazz Festival poster, the first one held over the border in Canada.