Just read in the Sept 2003 issue of Conde Nast Traveler magazine that PBS will have a new six-part blues series to run from Septemeber 28 until October 4. This is not Ken Burns, but six different directors, each of whom makes a film about blues musicians from the 1920s and 1930s. One of these is Blind Willie Johnson. Two Cds reccomended to help your enjoyment of this series is Skip James 'Hardtime Killing Floor Blues" and and J.B. Lenoir's "The Parrot Sessions." I don't have either of these CDs in my blues collection, though I have a box set that has a some of their music. Any blues fans here might want to check out the PBS series and maybe give a lsien to the CDs above or CDs of Blind Willie Johnson.